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Margot Elise Robbie (/ˈmɑːrɡ ˈrɒbi/ MAR-goh ROB-ee; born 2 July 1990)[1][2][3] is an Australian actress and film producer. In 2017, Time magazine named her as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, and Forbes featured her on its 30 Under 30 list.[4][5]

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Robbie at the 2016 San Diego Comic Con
Margot Elise Robbie

(1990-07-02) 2 July 1990 (age 28)
Dalby, Queensland, Australia
ResidenceLos Angeles County, California, U.S.
EducationSomerset College
OccupationActress, film producer
Years active2008–present
Tom Ackerley (m. 2016)

Born and raised on a farm in Dalby, Queensland, Robbie studied drama at Somerset College. She began her career in Australian independent films in the late 2000s, before working in the soap opera Neighbours (2008–2011), which earned her two Logie Award nominations. After moving to the United States, she starred in the short-lived ABC drama series Pan Am (2011–2012). In 2013, she had a supporting role in the romantic comedy About Time, and made her breakthrough later that year, by co-starring in Martin Scorsese's biographical black comedy The Wolf of Wall Street.

Robbie launched a production company, named LuckyChap Entertainment in 2014. Her profile continued to grow with leading roles in the romantic drama Focus (2015), as Jane Porter Clayton in the action-adventure film The Legend of Tarzan (2016), and as Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn in the superhero film Suicide Squad (2016). Robbie received critical acclaim in 2017 for her portrayal of the disgraced figure skater Tonya Harding in the biographical film I, Tonya, which she also produced, receiving a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress.


Early life

Margot Elise Robbie was born in Dalby, Queensland, and grew up in the Gold Coast hinterland.[6] Her parents are Sarie Kessler, a physiotherapist, and Doug Robbie, a former farm owner.[7][2][8] She has three siblings: an elder brother, Lachlan or "Lachie"; a younger brother, Cameron; and a sister, Anya.[8][9][10] Robbie grew up on a farm,[11] where she and her siblings were raised by their single mother; she has minimal contact with her father.[7][12] To make ends meet, Robbie worked three jobs simultaneously at the age of 16.[7] She studied drama at school,[7] graduating at Somerset College.[13] At the age of 17, Robbie moved to Melbourne to begin acting professionally.[14][15]


2007–2011: Career beginnings and Neighbours

Robbie has been acting professionally since 2007, when she starred in two feature films, I.C.U. and Vigilante. After impressing the director with her performance during an audition, she won the lead in I.C.U. without an agent at the time.[1] Robbie also acted in commercials and had guest roles in The Elephant Princess and City Homicide as Caitlin Brentford.[16] Robbie began appearing as Donna Freedman on Neighbours from June 2008.[1] The character was originally only a guest role, but she was soon promoted to a regular cast member.[17] In an interview with Digital Spy, Robbie said she had gone on a snowboarding holiday to Canada with her boyfriend soon after auditioning, but had to return after only two days when told that she had won the role.[18]

Robbie at the 2011 Logie Awards

In early 2009, Robbie appeared in various Network Ten promotions, featuring an ensemble of popular Australian faces on the network. In July 2009, she filled the "Generation Y" guest spot on the Network Ten show Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation. Robbie also became a Youth Ambassador for missing persons as part of National Youth Week.[19] In the same year, Robbie was nominated for Most Popular New Female Talent at the Australian Logie Awards.[20] She was also nominated for Favorite Hottie at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and was up against her Neighbours co-star Dean Geyer.[21] In September 2010, Robbie announced that she was to leave Neighbours after almost three years to pursue an acting career in Hollywood.[22] Her final scenes aired on 26 January 2011 and in April of that year, Robbie was nominated for Most Popular Actress at the Logie Awards.[23]

2011–2016: International recognition

After arriving in Los Angeles for pilot season, Robbie auditioned for the new series of Charlie's Angels.[24] However, the producers at Sony Pictures Television preferred her for a role in ABC drama series Pan Am alongside Christina Ricci.[24] Robbie landed the role of Laura Cameron, a newly trained flight attendant.[25] Pan Am was cancelled after one season due to falling ratings, despite receiving positive reviews from critics.[26] In May 2012, Robbie joined the cast of Richard Curtis' romantic comedy About Time (2013) alongside Domhnall Gleeson, Rachel McAdams and Bill Nighy.[26] About Time was released in the United Kingdom on 4 September 2013 and in the United States on 1 November 2013.[27] The film received positive reviews[28] and grossed $87 million on its $12 million budget.[29]

In August 2012, Robbie was cast in the role of Naomi Belfort, the wife of the film’s protagonist Jordan Belfort in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) with Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill.[30] [31] Garnering positive reviews it became a commercial success with a worldwide gross of $392 million, making it Scorsese's highest-grossing film.[32] The film was subsequently nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture.[33] For her performance as Jordan Belfort's second wife Naomi Lapaglia, Robbie was praised by critics for her Brooklyn accent.[34] Critic Sasha Stone wrote "She's Scorsese's best blonde bombshell discovery since Cathy Moriarty in Raging Bull. Robbie is funny, hard and kills every scene she's in".[35] She received a nomination for the MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance [36] and won the Empire Award for Best Newcomer.[37] In 2014, Robbie founded her own production company, LuckyChap Entertainment.[38]

Robbie at the San Diego Comic-Con in 2015

In 2015, Robbie starred opposite Will Smith in romantic comedy-drama film Focus. In the film, she plays an inexperienced grifter learning the craft from Smith's character.[39] The film was released on 27 February 2015 to generally mixed reviews.[40] However, Robbie's performance was praised. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone wrote "Robbie is a wow and then some. The Aussie actress who made us sit up and take notice as Leonardo DiCaprio's wife in The Wolf of Wall Street shows a comic flair backed up with beauty and steel. Even when Focus fumbles, Robbie deals a winning hand."[41] Focus grossed over $150 million worldwide.[42][43] In 2015, Robbie received a nomination for the BAFTA Rising Star Award.[44] Also in 2015, Robbie played the leading role of Ann Burden in the film adaptation of Z for Zachariah with Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor, which was shot in New Zealand.[45][46] The film premiered on 24 January 2015 at the Sundance Film Festival [47] and had its theatrical release on 28 August 2015, receiving positive reviews.[48][49] Robbie's performance was praised by critics. Drew McWeeny of HitFix wrote "Robbie's work here establishes her as one of the very best actresses in her age range today".[50]

Robbie appeared in a documentary special celebrating Neighbours' 30th anniversary titled Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite, which aired in Australia and the UK in March 2015.[51][52] She also appeared in Suite Française (2015) alongside Michelle Williams, Kristin Scott Thomas and Matthias Schoenaerts, an adaptation of Irène Némirovsky's novel.[53] The film received positive reviews.[54] Robbie made a cameo appearance in Adam McKay's comedy-drama The Big Short, released on 11 December 2015.[55]

Robbie co-starred with Tina Fey in Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, a film adaptation of The Taliban Shuffle.[56] She plays Tanya Vanderpoel, a British TV journalist.[57] The film also stars Martin Freeman and Alfred Molina[58] and was released on 4 March 2016 by Paramount Pictures.[59][60] Later that year, Robbie starred as Jane Porter in David Yates's The Legend of Tarzan, opposite Alexander Skarsgård, Samuel L. Jackson and Christoph Waltz. The film was released on 1 July.[45][61]

Robbie's third 2016 role was Harley Quinn in Warner Bros.' DC Comics supervillain film Suicide Squad,[62][63] as part of an ensemble cast that includes Will Smith, Jared Leto, Viola Davis and Joel Kinnaman. Principal photography commenced on 13 April 2015,[64] and the film was released on 5 August 2016.[65] Robbie hosted the season 42 premiere of Saturday Night Live on 1 October 2016, with musical guest The Weeknd.[66] She was scheduled to voice a character in the DreamWorks Animation Larrikins,[67] before the project was cancelled.[68]

2017–present: I, Tonya and beyond

Robbie in 2018

In 2017, Robbie starred alongside Domhnall Gleeson in Goodbye Christopher Robin as Daphne de Sélincourt, wife of author A. A. Milne.[69] The film was released on 29 September 2017.[70] She next portrayed the American figure skater Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, written by Steven Rogers and directed by Craig Gillespie.[71][72] Reviewing the film for The Boston Globe, Ty Burr wrote, "Robbie is taller, bigger than the tiny, fierce Harding, but she gets the athlete’s forward drive, and the anger that seemed to fuel the dynamo, and when life hands Tonya lemons, Robbie sets her jaw and bears down."[73] For her portrayal of Harding, Robbie was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical[74] and the Academy Award for Best Actress.[75] She was the first actress nominated for an Academy Award for playing a real-life athlete.[76]

In 2018, Robbie voiced the character of Flopsy Rabbit in the animated/live-action film Peter Rabbit, an adaptation of the Beatrix Potter book series.[77] She then starred in Vaughn Stein's thriller film Terminal as Annie.[78] Robbie makes a cameo appearance as Audrey in Slaughterhouse Rulez,[79] and portrays Queen Elizabeth I in Mary Queen of Scots, alongside Saoirse Ronan as Mary Stuart.[80] For her performance, Robbie received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the 23rd Satellite Awards.[81]

In July 2016, Robbie was confirmed to star in an adaptation of Matt Ruff's thriller novel Bad Monkeys as Jane Charlotte. She will also produce the film for LuckyChap Entertainment.[82] In 2017, she was cast as Maid Marian in Marian, which she will also co-produce for LuckyChap Entertainment.[83] She was also cast in independent film Dreamland, which she is co-producing.[84] In March 2018, Robbie confirmed that she would portray actress Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino's upcoming film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, starring alongside her The Wolf of Wall Street co-star Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.[85] Robbie is scheduled to reprise her role as Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad in various projects including Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn),[86] Gotham City Sirens, Suicide Squad 2, and an untitled Joker/Harley Quinn film. Robbie will also serve as co-producer on each of the films, excluding Suicide Squad 2.[87][88][89] Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) is scheduled to begin production in late 2018.[90] Robbie will star alongside Matthias Schoenaerts in the WWII thriller film Ruin, directed by Justin Kurzel.[91]

Personal life and other work

Robbie met British assistant director Tom Ackerley on the set of Suite Française in 2014,[7] and in December 2016, they married in a private ceremony in Byron Bay.[92][77] She and Ackerley previously lived in London with five other friends in a three-bedroom house.[93] They have since moved to Los Angeles.[94]

In May 2016, Calvin Klein announced Robbie would be the face of its Deep Euphoria fragrance.[95] In 2017, Robbie appeared in a commercial promoting Nissan electric vehicles.[96] In February 2018, Robbie was announced as an ambassador for the luxury fashion brand Chanel.[97]


Robbie at the Australian premiere of I, Tonya in 2018


Year Title Role Notes
2008 Vigilante Cassandra
2009 I.C.U. Tristan Waters
2013 About Time Charlotte
The Wolf of Wall Street Naomi Lapaglia
2015 Z for Zachariah Ann Burden
Focus Jess Barrett
Suite Française Celine
The Big Short Herself Cameo
2016 Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Tanya Vanderpoel
The Legend of Tarzan Jane Porter
Suicide Squad Dr. Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn
2017 Goodbye Christopher Robin Daphne de Sélincourt
I, Tonya Tonya Harding Also producer
2018 Peter Rabbit Flopsy (voice) Also narrator
Flopsy Turvy Short film
Terminal Annie/Bonnie Also producer
Slaughterhouse Rulez Audrey Cameo
Mary Queen of Scots Queen Elizabeth I
2019 The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Dr. Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn (voice) Post-production
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Sharon Tate Post-production
TBA Dreamland Allison Wells Post-production
Fair and Balanced Kayla Pospisil Filming


Year Title Role Notes
2008 Review with Myles Barlow Kelly Episode: "Stealing, Dickheads, Risk"
The Elephant Princess Butterfly 2 episodes (uncredited)[citation needed]
City Homicide Caitlin Brentford Episode: "Somersaulting Dogs"
2008–11 Neighbours Donna Freedman Series regular
2009 Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation Herself Generation Y Guest
2011–12 Pan Am Laura Cameron 14 episodes
2015 Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite Herself Documentary
Top Gear Herself Series 22, Episode 4
2016 Saturday Night Live Herself/host Episode: "Margot Robbie / The Weeknd"

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Work / nominee Result Ref
2009 Logie Awards Most Popular New Female Talent Neighbours Nominated [20]
2011 Most Popular Actress Nominated [23]
2013 Boston Society of Film Critics Best Cast The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated [98]
Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Acting Ensemble Nominated [99]
Detroit Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Nominated [100]
2014 Empire Awards Best Female Newcomer Won [101]
MTV Movie Awards Best Breakthrough Performance Nominated [36]
Young Hollywood Awards Breakthrough Actress Margot Robbie Nominated [102]
2015 British Academy Film Awards BAFTA Rising Star Award Margot Robbie Nominated [44]
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: AnTEENcipated Suicide Squad Nominated [103]
Critics' Choice Awards Best Actress in an Action Movie Won [104]
2017 People's Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Nominated [105]
Favorite Action Movie Actress Won [105]
Alliance of Women Film Journalists Hall of Shame (with David Ayer) Nominated [106]
Actress Most in Need of a New Agent Nominated [106]
Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [107]
Gotham Awards Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated [108]
Hollywood Film Awards Hollywood Ensemble Award Won [109]
Chicago Film Critics Association Best Actress Nominated [110]
Detroit Film Critics Society Best Actress Nominated [111]
Florida Film Critics Circle Best Actress Won [112]
New York Film Critics Online Best Actress Won [114]
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Actress Nominated [115]
San Francisco Film Critics Circle Best Actress Won [116]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Actress Nominated [117]
2018 AACTA International Awards Best Actress Won [118]
Academy Awards Best Actress Nominated [119]
BAFTA Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [120]
Critics' Choice Awards Best Actress Nominated [121]
Best Actress in a Comedy Won
Dorian Award Best Performance of the Year – Actress Nominated [123]
Golden Globes Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical Nominated [74]
Screen Actors Guild Award Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role Nominated [124]
Satellite Awards Best Actress Nominated [125]
Independent Spirit Awards Best Female Lead Nominated [126]
2019 Satellite Awards Best Supporting Actress Mary Queen of Scots Pending [81]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Pending [127]


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Further reading

  • Peary, Danny (Mar–Apr 2015). "In conversation with : Margot Robbie". Local Focus. Actor Spotlight. Filmink. 10 (1): 42–43.

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