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Margot Robbie’s career in pictures

Margot Robbie’s career in pictures: A born performer, Neighbours, Pan Am, About Time, The Wolf of Wall Street, Z for Zachariah, Focus, Suite Française, The Big Short, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
A born performer
Raised in Dalby, Queensland, Australia, Margot Robbie took to performing at a young age, getting enrolled in circus school, receiving a certificate in trapeze and studying drama in high school while working a number of jobs.
Having done some commercial work and community theatre earlier in her life, Robbie landed her first television spot on the Australian soap opera Neighbours.
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Pan Am
After arriving in the United States in her early twenties, Margot Robbie was quickly cast in the series Pan Am where she played a stewardess for 14 episodes alongside Christina Ricci and David Harbour.
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About Time
In 2013, Robbie appeared in the British sci-fi rom-com About Time, starring Rachel McAdams. Written and directed by Richard Curtis,
The Wolf of Wall Street
Margot Robbie’s breakout role—and perhaps the one that many people still best know her for—was in The Wolf of Wall Street, a Martin Scorsese-directed masterpiece that put the Australian actress on the map.
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Z for Zachariah
This thriller about the end of civilization starred only three actors, who represented the last remaining survivors of the apocalypse.
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Margot Robbie and Will Smith would go on to work together again in their career, but Focus was where it all started between the two.
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Suite Française
Margot Robbie starred alongside Michelle Williams and Kristin Scott Thomas in this romantic period piece set in 1940s France.
The Big Short
By the time Margot Robbie’s sixth film was released, merely two years after The Wolf of Wall Street made a splash,
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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot
This biographical war comedy-drama film had a who’s who of a cast. Alongside Margot Robbie were the likes of Tina Fey,
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The Legend of Tarzan
Now a Hollywood star, Margot Robbie put her influence at work during The Legend of Tarzan, insisting she wouldn’t be losing weight for the movie,
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The Harley Quinn Era
The role that may have usurped Margot Robbie’s breakthrough in The Wolf of Wall Street as the character she’s most known for may be Harley Quinn,
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Robbie’s second foray into producing, Terminal is a neo-noir thriller about the lives of several people who become intertwined in a murder plan.
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Mary Queen of Scots
Margot Robbie was initially reluctant to take on the role of Queen Elizabeth I in Mary Queen of Scots after the movie had been stuck in development for several years,
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
As one of the biggest names in Hollywood by 2019, it only made sense for Margot Robbie to join one of the most star-studded casts of all time.
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Margot Robbie’s second-ever Oscar nomination came thanks to her supporting role in Bombshell, a re-telling of a Fox News scandal that shook the world of media broadcasting.
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Promising Young Woman
Promising Young Woman marks the first time that Margot Robbie produced a film without also appearing in it.
The future looks bright
Robbie’s career momentum shows no signs of slowing down. From starring in the 2022 comedy mystery Amsterdam alongside one of the greatest ensembles ever put together,
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