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Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie
Australian actress Margot Robbie was born in Dalby, Queensland, and was raised on the Gold Coast, spending much of her time at the farm belonging to her grandparents. Her mother, Sarie Kessler, is a physiotherapist. Robbie attended and graduated from Somerset College. In her late teens, she moved to Melbourne to pursue an acting career. Her first break came when she appeared in two films directed by Aash Aaron - Vigilante (2008) and I.C.U. (2009). In 2008, she began appearing as "Donna Freeman" in the soap opera, Vecinos (1985). The role and performance was popular and Robbie was nominated for several Logie Awards. She left the show in 2010 and set off to pursue Hollywood opportunities, quickly landing the role of "Laura Cameron" in the ABC drama, Pan Am(2011).
 - IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous






Trade Mark 
Striking blue eyes







Trivia
Featured in Inside Film Magazine's 2012 Rising Talent issue. The special feature profiled 25 rising young Australian actors including Jai Courtney, Alex Russell, Adelaide Clemens, and David Ludlow.

Appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair's 20th Anniversary Hollywood Edition, alongside George Clooney, Julia Roberts and Jared Leto, LΓ©a Seydoux, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Lupita Nyong'o, Idris Elba and Naomie Harris.

Older sister of Cameron Robbie.

Ranked #22 on Maxim's "Hot 100" of 2014 list.

Auditioned for Susan Storm/The Invisble Woman in Fantastic Four (2015) which went to Kate Mara.

A fan of the hockey team, the New York Rangers and is plays right wing for a amateur hockey team.







Personal Quotes
When you look at movies, the lead girl is always gorgeous and thin. There is a stereotype that you need to look a certain way and when you get in the business you really feel the pressure.

I was always very dramatic - my family would probably use the word 'dramatic' - as a child; always putting on performances, making everyone come watch, and pay to watch. I was very business-savvy as a child.

I love flying so much. I even like airplane food. No one bothers you and your phone never goes off and you can't have emails go through. It's undisturbed.

Certainly there's a huge appeal to the '60s, because it was such a big turning point to everyone. It was the era of change, the boiling point. People rebelled against things - the hippies, the feminists, the protesters. All these things just built up and boiled over. I think people can relate to that today.

The '60s are my favorite decade - with the Cold War, the women's movement. And then there's the music, the fashion, the clothes, the hair.

New York is the coolest city. The place just never sleeps. It's amazing.

It's fascinating to see how versatile New York City is. It lends itself to being so many different places!

I kind of left everyone behind in Australia - all my friends and my family and I had to break up with my boyfriend.

I just try to keep healthy more so than trying to be thin.

Every time I see a piano, I have this urge to play it.

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