Like all great Australians, this blonde bombshell began her career on ‘everybody needs good’ Neighbours. Post-Ramsay Street has been a whirlwind for Margot Robbie and there’s no way any red-blooded male could forget her in The Wolf of Wall Street. Ballsy, witty and sexy as hell made her unforgettable. It also won her the Empire award for Best Female Newcomer.
While 2014 was quiet year for her, 2015 sees her on our big screens thrice with roles in Suite française, Z for Zachariah and a recent starring role opposite the Hollywood giant Will Smith in Focus. Call us “easy to please” but her appearance on Top Gear and ability to tear up the Top Gear track in the Reasonably Priced Car ticked a hell of a lot of boxes too.
If we take a peep even further forward into 2016, you notice Robbie has been penned down for David Yates’ (Harry Potter 5,6,7 and 8 director) Tarzan. Not only that she’s been cast opposite Will Smith, again, as well as Tom Hardy, Jared Leto and Jai Courtney and in the new Suicide Squad comic book film which is sure to propel her even further into megastardom.