Thalía Olvino

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Thalía Olvino
Lulyana Thalía Olvino Torres

(1999-05-19) 19 May 1999 (age 22)
  • Model
  • beauty pageant titleholder
  • Swimmer
  • Science Administration Student
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[1]
TitleMiss Delta Amacuro 2019
Miss Venezuela 2019
Beauty pageant titleholder
Hair colorBlack
Eye colorBrown
Miss Venezuela 2019
Miss Universe 2019
(Top 20)

Lulyana Thalía Olvino Torres (born 19 May 1999) is a Venezuelan actress, model and beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Venezuela 2019. She represented the state of Delta Amacuro at the pageant and represented Venezuela at the Miss Universe 2019 competition where she placed as Top 20.[2][3]

Life and career[edit]

Early life[edit]

Olvino was born in Valencia, Carabobo. She is a Graduate in Management and Administrative Sciences with a mention in Marketing obtained at Universidad Tecnológica del Centro in Valencia.[4]

She participated in the Reinado del Festival de Nuestra Señora del Socorro in his city, winning it, and thus initiating achievements in the world of modeling.[5] Likewise, she participated in the Miss Earth Carabobo contest where she was a finalist.[6] Also she has excelled in synchronized swimming, winning medals in national and international youth competitions.[7] while she also likes to meditate and teach methodology classes as a hobby.[8] She manages his native Spanish language and English.

In 2019, she entered Miss Venezuela, where she was assigned the Delta Amacuro state band.[9]


Miss Venezuela 2019[edit]

At the end of Miss Venezuela 2019 held on August 1, 2019, Olvino was crowned Miss Venezuela 2019. She represented Venezuela in Miss Universe 2019. Olvino succeeded Miss Venezuela 2018 Isabella Rodríguez and was crowned by her at the final event. Her court included Miss Venezuela International 2019, Melissa Jiménez from Zulia.[10] Since her crowning, Olvino has attended many events with her fellow Miss Venezuela and Mister Venezuela titleholders. She has advocated and has taken her social project into the empower of women and girls seeking to highlight the beauty that moves away from measures and stereotypes.[11]

Miss Universe 2019[edit]

In December 2019, she represented Venezuela at the Miss Universe 2019 pageant hosted in Atlanta, Georgia. For her national costume, she chose to represent a futuristic design with a kinetic profile of the plastic artist Carlos Cruz-Diez.[12] At the 2019 Miss Universe pageant, Olvino placed as Top 20. This is the third consecutive placement for Venezuela since Keysi Sayago in 2017.


  1. ^ "MV Candidata: THALIA OLVINO - Miss Venezuela".
  2. ^ "Thalía Olvino es la nueva Miss Venezuela". 1 August 2019.
  3. ^ Estevez, Jillianina (9 December 2019). "Venezuela's Thalía Olvino finishes in Miss Universe 2019 Top 20 in Atlanta, Georgia". Conandaily.
  4. ^ "Thalía Olvino recibió su título universitario". 22 January 2020.
  5. ^ Rojas, Beatriz (10 November 2018). "Thalia Olivo se coronó como Reina del Festival Nuestra Señora del Socorro".
  6. ^ Rojas, Beatriz (23 June 2018). "Katherine Rodríguez resultó electa Miss Earth Carabobo 2018".
  7. ^ "Thalía Olvino, la nadadora que representará a Venezuela en el Miss Universo 2019". Telemundo.
  8. ^ Iriarte, Aranza (2 August 2019). "Lo que no sabes de Thalía Olvino, Miss Venezuela 2019 (Fotos)".
  9. ^ "Aspirantes al Miss Venezuela 2019 recibieron bandas en Portada's". 14 June 2019.
  10. ^ Obelmejías, Yolimer (1 August 2019). "Thalía Olvino es Miss Venezuela 2019".
  11. ^ Campos, Zaida (25 August 2019). "Thalía Olvino: "Estoy muy orgullosa de mí"".
  12. ^ "HABEMUS TRAJE TÍPICO – Thalía Olvino, Miss Venezuela 2019, se presenta como la "Diosa de la Venezuela del futuro" (+FOTOS)". Gossipvzla. 4 December 2019.

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Venezuela Sthefany Gutiérrez
Miss Universe Venezuela
Succeeded by
Venezuela Mariángel Villasmil
Preceded by
Portuguesa (Venezuela) Isabella Rodríguez
Miss Venezuela
Succeeded by
Zulia Mariángel Villasmil
Preceded by
Ana Karina Noguera
Miss Delta Amacuro
Succeeded by