Margot Robbie

Margot Elise Robertbie, born 2 July 1990, is an Australian actress. She is well-known for her roles in blockbuster films and independent films. She has been nominated for five British Academy Film Awards, three Golden Globe Awards and two Academy Awards. Time magazine named her one the 100 most influential people worldwide in 2017, and Forbes ranked her as one the highest-paid actresses in the world in 2019.

Robbie was born and raised in Queensland. She began her career on the television series Neighbours in 2008. From 2008, Robbie was a regular on the show until 2011. After moving to America, Robbie led the television series Pan Am (2011)-2012. She made her debut in 2013 with The Wolf of Wall Street, a black comedy. Her roles in The Legend of Tarzan (2016) and Harley Quinn (2020 DC superhero film) made her more well-known.

Education and early life

Margot Elise Robbie was a daughter of Doug Robbie (a former farmer and sugarcane tycoon) and Sarie Kessler (a physiotherapist). She is the second-youngest of four siblings, with older brothers Cameron and Lachlan as well as her older siblings. When she was five years old, her parents divorced. Robbie, her siblings and their mother raised them by themselves. They had little contact with their father. Her family lived on a farm in the Gold Coast Hinterland that belonged to her grandparents. Robbie was an energetic child who put on shows at her house.

Her mother enrolled her in a circus school, where she was an outstanding trapeze performer. She received a certificate in this discipline at the age of eight. Robbie attended Somerset College for drama in high school. She worked in three different jobs as a teenager: she cleaned houses and worked at Subway. [8][9] She graduated with just a handful of commercials and independent thriller movies on her resume. Robbie moved to Melbourne to start acting professionally.

Career/ Early work and breakthrough

Robbie was only 16 years old when her first acting role came about. Two low-budget thriller films called Vigilante (and I.C.U.) were her first acting roles. They were both released many years later. It was a “dream come true” for her to be on a film set. In 2008, she made her TV debut as Caitlin Brentford, a guest star in the drama series City Homicide. She then starred in two episodes of The Elephant Princess for children.

Robbie auditioned to the television soap opera Neighbours with the support of her agent. She began her role as Donna Freedman in June 2008. This was a guest role, but Robbie was promoted to the main cast shortly after making her debut. She received two Logie Award nominations during her three-year tenure on the soap. Robbie was soon after her arrival in America, landing the role as Laura Cameron, a newly-trained flight attendant on the period drama Pan Am (2011). The series received positive reviews and high ratings, but it was cancelled after just one season due to falling ratings.

Personal life

Robbie moved to Brooklyn from Melbourne in the early 2010s. She also played right wing in an amateur hockey league. Robbie is not known for her private life, despite being the subject of a lot of media attention.

Robbie met British assistant Director Tom Ackerley while filming Suite Francaise 2013. She moved to London in 2014 with Ackerley, LuckyChap Entertainment cofounders Sophia Kerr und Josey McNamara. Ackerley and Robbie began a relationship later that year. They were married in December 2016, in Australia . They now reside in Venice Beach.

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