Born In: Dalby, Australia
Margot Robbie is an Australian actress, who started with roles in a few Australian independent films and television series, and later moved to the U.S. to pursue her Hollywood dream. She relocated to Los Angeles after working on the successful Australian TV series 'Neighbours' for three years. Within a few years in Hollywood, she has managed to work with prominent Hollywood actors and directors, and has earned praise from the audience as well as critics. Starting with the film 'About Time', she went on to star in Martin Scorsese's biographical crime drama 'The Wolf of Wall Street', and attracted attention from film critics. She soon played lead roles in a number of successful movies like 'Focus', 'Suite Française', 'Z for Zachariah' and 'The Legend of Tarzan'. She won the hearts of the audience with her portrayal of Harley Quinn, an infamous DC Comics villain, in her latest movie 'Suicide Squad'. She soon got to host the 42nd season premiere of 'Saturday Night Live', along with musical guest The Weeknd. She was selected as the face of the brand Calvin Klein for its women's fragrance Deep Euphoria.
Also Known As: Margot Elise Robbie
Born Country: Australia
Ancestry: German Australian
Notable Alumni: Somerset College
education: Somerset College
Margot Robbie started her acting career in 2007, with two independent Australian films directed by Aash Aaron. While the action feature film 'Vigilante' was released in 2008, the thriller film 'I.C.U.' was not released until 2009.
Her first big break also came in the form of a guest role initially. In June 2008, she appeared as Donna Freedman on the Australian soap opera 'Neighbours'. However, her performance impressed the producers enough to make her role a regular one. She appeared on the show till January 2011. She returned to the series in 2015 for a special documentary celebrating the 30th anniversary of the show.
In June 2012, Margot Robbie was cast opposite Leonardo DiCaprio by iconic American director Martin Scorsese in the movie 'The Wolf of Wall Street'. The film, which released the next year, was a box-office hit and received five Academy Award nominations.
Her next movie, 'Focus', a romantic crime comedy, came in 2015. She acted opposite Will Smith in the movie and received accolades from the critics. The same year, she was cast in the lead role of Ann Burden in the science fiction movie 'Z for Zachariah'.
Seeing the positive reaction that her portrayal of the character of Harley Quinn received, Warner Bros. booked her to reprise her role in the spin-off movie, 'Gotham City Sirens'.
She was cast in the thriller film 'Terminal.' She played the lead in the biographical sports drama 'I, Tonya'. She also starred in 'Mary Queen of Scots,' where she portrayed Queen Elizabeth.
Margot Robbie Movies
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(Comedy, Drama, Biography, Sport)
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(Biography, History, Drama, Comedy)
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