Olivia Wilde stars with Meg Ryan’s son on hit HBO show Vinyl.
But the 32-year-old actress didn’t even notice the A-lister as she was just a few feet from her in New York City on Monday.
The When Harry Met Sally favourite was chatting on her phone when the former House actress walked right past.
Crossed paths: Olivia Wilde, 32, walked by Meg Ryan, 54, in New York City on Monday and didn’t even notice the Golden Globe noninee
Olivia had just finished enjoying lunch when she stepped out onto the busy street of the Big Apple in a monochrome ensemble.
She showed off her sculpted stems in black leggings and paired the look with a fitted satin jacket, black sweater and leather knee-high boots.
The award-winning actress went make-up free which highlighted her flawless complexion and natural beauty.
Unrecognised: Olivia stars in her hit HBO show Vinyl with Meg’s son Jack Quaid and still unknowingly passed by the famous movie star
Walking off her calories: Olivia had just finished enjoying lunch when she stepped out onto the busy streets of the Big Apple
She kept concealed behind mirrored frames as she held a small brown leather clutch in one hand and a rainbow-coloured umbrella in the other.
Golden Globe-winning star Meg, 54, kept warm from the brisk weather in a long, chic olive green wool coat.
Her signature wavy blonde tresses were styled in a short bob and fell just above her shoulders as she waited to cross through a busy intersection.
Wilde plays Devon Finestra in the 1970s period programme, who is the wife to a record exec struggling with a midlife crisis as he tries to resurrect his label.
Personal space: The award-winning actress was clearly keeping to herself and kept concealed behind dark shades
Bundled: Meg kept warm from the brisk weather in a long, chic olive green wool coat
Ryan’s son, Jack Quaid – who she shares with ex-husband Dennis Quaid – plays Clark Morelle, a young A&R executive at the record label.
The series was created and directed by Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese, and is set for 10 episodes which premiered on HBO last month.
Additionally, the Tron star recently completed work on Black Dog, Red Dog, a biopic about journalist turned poet Stephen Dobyns.
The movie stars James Franco, Chloë Sevigny and Whoopi Goldberg, with Logan Marshall-Green as the central character, and is due for release later this year.
Beautiful in black: Wilde opted for a monochrome ensemble in leggings and fitted satin jacket with leather knee-high boots
Costars: Wilde plays Devon Finestra in the 1970s HBO hit Vinyl, while Jack Quaid plays Clark Morelle, a young A&R executive