Margot Robbie
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Australia
2019

LuckyChap Entertainment

Margot
Robbie

Actor

“The Wolf of Wall Street” made Hollywood notice Robbie, then she powered into superhero fare with a standout performance as the unhinged Harley Quinn in DC’s 2016 “Suicide Squad,” which has birthed her own spinoff, DC’s 2020 “Birds of Prey,” and a 2021 James Gunn-directed sequel. But it was her 2017 Oscar-nominated turn in “I, Tonya” that cemented her cred. The actress has high-profile roles upcoming — as a Fox News producer in December’s Roger Ailes drama “Bombshell” and living doll Barbie in 2020’s live-action take, written by Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach — but will surely feel the awards-season spotlight for playing Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood.” She’s also producing Hulu’s 10-episode “Dollface” through her Luckychap banner.

Career

  • THE WOLF OF WALL STREET
  • SUICIDE SQUAD
  • I, TONYA

Education

  • Somerset College (Australia)

Variety Honors

  • 2018 Variety500 Honoree
  • Variety Power of Women
  • Women's Impact
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Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie make for a powerful trio on-screen. With their latest film "Bombshell," the award-winning actors recognize the potential for the film to make real social change off-screen."The response to the film has been incredible. I was hoping that it would be impactful in that way," Robbie told Variety at the film's Los Angeles premiere. "I really wasn't expecting it to hit home so closely with a lot of men, which has been amazing, really...

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