- 2 Jul 1990Age: 29
- Actress, Producer
Zodiac sign Cancer
Sexual orientation Straight
- Height: 5.6 ft
- Weight: 126 lb
34 23 34 in
- Hair Color: Blonde
- Eye Color: Blue
Margot Elise Robbie is an Australian actress and film producer. In 2007, she made her acting debut through I.C.U. as Tristan Waters. The same year, she also appeared in the movie Vigilante as Cassandra. She is famous for her role in Focus (2015), The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), Suicide Squad (2016) and I, Tonya (2017).
- Public speaking
- Tom Ackerley (2014) Husband
- Henry Aitken (2014)
- Alexander Skarsgård (2014 Rumor)
- Will Smith (2013 Rumor)
- Boo Radley, Mix Breed
- She took three shots of tequila prior to filming her sex scenes with Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street (2013).
- Robbie learned to hold her breath for up to five minutes while filming Suicide Squad (2016).
- Margot Robbie has the weirdest phobia ever. She is phobia of the colour red and pink touching.
- Is a fan of the New York Rangers hockey team. The first placed she lived when she moved to America was New York.
- She enjoys surfing and worked at a surf shop on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia prior to becoming an actress.
- Audi A6 (2016)
- Cadillac Escalade
- Hyundai Excel (1996)
- Ford Mondeo (2016)
- Ford Explorer (2014)
- Lexus LS (2014)
The Australian actress and her husband quietly closed on the 3,900-square-foot, four-bedroom home.
Location: Los Angeles
Price: $2.73 million
- Motorcycle riding
- I try to remind myself that all of this could be over tomorrow, because I could wake up and magically be 35 feet tall and not be able to act in movies anymore.
- There are those who build careers and companies just out of being popular on Instagram, but theres nothing behind them.
- My spirit animal is a monkey. Because I have really long arms and I like being up high.
- I feel much more comfortable either up in a tree, or underwater. That's where I feel the most zen.
- Everyone's like, 'overnight sensation.' It's not overnight. It's years of hard work.
- Playing a bad guy is always more fun than playing the good guy.