Date of birth
2nd July, 1990
1st January, 1970
Margot Robbie (born Margot Elise Robbie 02.07.90) is an Australian actress known for her work on 'Neighbours', 'The Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Focus'.
Net Worth: According to Celebrity Net Worth in 2013, Margot Robbie has a net worth of 8 million USD.
Childhood: Margot Robbie was born and grew up in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, to Sarie Kessler. As both her parents came from farming backgrounds, she spent time at her grandparents' farm in Dalby, Queensland. Robbie studied at Somerset College, graduating in 2007, and moving to Melbourne to being working professionally on acting.
Career: In 2008, Margot Robbie appeared in and episode of 'City Homicide', and 'Review with Myles Barlow', and two episodes of 'The Elephant Princess'. Later in the year, Robbie appeared in the film 'Vigilante' - her debut film performance. She also began appearing in the Australian television series, 'Neighbours'. The following year, she had the starring role in the film 'I.C.U.'. In 2011, Robbie left 'Neighbours', while gaining one of the lead roles in 'Pan Am'.
In 2013, Robbie had a small part in the film 'About Time', before having the lead female role in 'The Wolf of Wall Street', opposite Leonardo DiCaprio. The following year, Robbie worked on the film, 'Suite Française', before working in the film 'Z for Zachariah' in 2015. In the same year, she stared opposite Will Smith in the film 'Focus'.
Personal Life: Margot Robbie began living with her 'Neighbours' co-star Ashleigh Brewer in 2009. When she left 'Neighbours' in 2011, she moved in with former co-star Caitlin Stasey in Los Angeles, California. In the same year, she moved to New York City, New York, while filming 'Pan Am'. She later began a relationship with British director, Tom Ackerly. In May, 2014, Robbie moved to live in London.
The actress has the funniest story about her husband and meeting Ellen.
Margot Robbie has just delivered what is perhaps the most hilarious 'When I met Ellen' story ever told during her appearance on 'The Ellen Show' last week. On the other hand, it's safe to say that her husband Tom Ackerley found the whole thing less amusing.
The 'I, Tonya' star and her new husband were on a delayed honeymoon following the completion of her movie. After four days spent on a remote island in Tahiti without electricity or even mirrors, they ended the week with a stay at a luxury hotel.
Before she found fame with 'The Wolf of Wall Street', Margot Robbie's parents regularly pressed her to find a normal job as they had no connections in the film industry.
She’s been one of the most celebrated and high-profile new movie stars of the last couple of years, but Margot Robbie has revealed that her parents were initially highly sceptical of her choice of career path before she made her breakthrough – frequently imploring her to “get a real job”.
The 27 year old Australian star of such films as Suicide Squad, The Legend of Tarzan and The Wolf of Wall Street has rocketed to superstardom in recent years.
However, after making her acting debut in long-running Australian soap ‘Neighbours’, her parents apparently could not take her career choice seriously as none of them or their extended family worked in the film or television industry, as Robbie told Vogue magazine, on the new cover of which she features alongside fellow Aussie actor Nicole Kidman.
The actress saw 'End Of Watch' "about four times at the cinema".
Though 'Suicide Squad' didn't exactly make the best impression on critics and viewers, the DC Extended Universe entry did manage to introduce one of DC comics' most infamous villains in Harley Quinn, allowing Margot Robbie to shine in the role and prove that she was the best actress suited to take on the character. Starring alongside the likes of Will Smith and Viola Davis, Robbie had her work cut out for her if she was to stand out, but did everything she could have and more to make a success of her role.
With 'Gotham City Sirens' in the works as well as the planned 'Harley Quinn and The Joker' film and a solo Harley movie, we should be seeing a lot of Robbie in the next few years, and we can't wait to get more of her unique take on the Clown Princess.
Continue reading: Margot Robbie Joined 'Suicide Squad' Because Of David Ayer's Past Work
She reveals there's a lot of dark comedy within the story.
Australian actress Margot Robbie is getting the best reviews of her career for the biopic I, Tonya, which tells the tortured story of US figure skater Tonya Harding, who notoriously was involved in an attack on her rival in the run-up to the 1994 Winter Olympics. Robbie also produced the film, which costars Allison Janney and Sebastian Stan. And she loved screenwriter Steven Rogers' blackly comical tone.
"It's definitely dark," Robbie laughs. "Allison Janney puts it well. She's like, 'It's like laughing in church when you know that you shouldn't, and then you're thinking what kind of person am I to find this funny?' It does have those moments in it."
Continue reading: Margot Robbie Wants To Surprise Audiences With 'I, Tonya'
The actress shared her craziest story during an interview with The Hollywood Reporter.
Margot Robbie has described the time she once found a human foot on a beach in Nicaragua.
During a joint interview with Octavia Spencer, Armie Hammer, Robert Pattinson, Diane Kruger, and Bryan Cranston for The Hollywood Reporter's movie star summit, Robbie told the tale, that she first revealed when a director asked her to recount her ‘craziest story.’
Continue reading: Margot Robbie Once Found A Human Foot On The Beach!
Julianne Nicholson attends the Los Angeles premiere of 'I, Tonya' held at The Egyptian Theater. The film explores the rise to fame of figure skater Tonya Harding and her subsequently brutal fall from grace. Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 6th December 2017
The actress took on the role of Harley Quinn in 2016 release 'Suicide Squad'.
Margot Robbie is without a doubt one of the best talents of the modern day, taking a slew of hugely different roles and proving her acting chops in films all the way from Harley Quinn in 'Suicide Squad', to Daphne Milne in 'Goodbye Christopher Robin'.
Having made a huge name for herself, the Aussie actress looks set to continue riding a tremendous wave of success into the future, with a whole slew of announced film projects in pre-production, post-production, or filming.
Both Margot Robbie and Emma Stone have played sports stars this year.
With Margot Robbie set to portray disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in 'I, Tonya' this December - the trailer for which has now been released - we look at some of Hollywood's biggest stars in their roles as historical athletes. It takes a lot of physical training to play a top sportsman/woman, but these actors truly nailed their roles.
1. Robert De Niro as Jake LaMotta - 1980 boxing drama 'Raging Bull' detailed the life of a troubled middleweight boxer who turned his life upside down with a series of self-destructive actions which he detailed in the memoir 'Raging Bull: My Story'. The movie, shot in black and white, was directed by Martin Scorsese and won two Academy Awards.
It was also a nostalgic affair for both actors.
The film Goodbye Christopher Robin is a biopic about Winnie the Pooh author A.A. Milne and his wife Daphne, played by Domhnall Gleeson and Margot Robbie. And for both actors, playing these upper crust English characters was a challenge, especially as the story dips into some very dark emotions.
Robbie was drawn to the project because she grew up with the books. "One of the reasons I wanted to do this project was because my mum used to do voices for my Winnie the Pooh and my teddies," she says, "which is what Daphne does to Christopher Robin in this film."
The actress is reportedly in talks with the film with Jared Leto rumoured to be at the helm of the Playboy biopic
Hollywood A List actress, Margot Robbie, is reportedly in talks to play one of Playboy founder, Hugh Hefner’s wives in the upcoming biopic about the magazine tycoon’s life. The Wolf of Wall Street actress is believed to be in discussions with director, Brett Rayner.
After getting matching 'toe-mojis' with Cara Delevingne on the set of 'Suicide Squad' and showing them off on Instagram, the media has been fascinated with Margot Robbie's secret obsession. Of course, not everyone on the movie was up for getting a smiley face on their big toe.
Continue reading: Margot Robbie Tattoos A Fan On 'The Graham Norton Show'
Cara Delevingne and Margot Robbie pictured partying the night away together in London. The pair were seen hanging out of the sunroof of their vehicle as they headed out together. - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 3rd August 2016