Margot Robbie

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Margot Robbie Actress

Margot Elise Robbie, born on July 2, 1990, is an Australian actress and producer renowned for her versatile performances in both mainstream blockbusters and independent cinema. Her talent has garnered widespread acclaim, earning her nominations for three Academy Awards, six BAFTA Awards, and four Golden Globe Awards. In 2017, Time magazine recognized her as one of the 100 most influential people globally, while Forbes listed her among the highest-paid actresses in 2019.

Hailing from Queensland, Margot Robbie kickstarted her career in 2008 on the popular television series Neighbours, where she remained a fixture until 2011. Upon relocating to the United States, she headlined the television show Pan Am (2011–2012) before skyrocketing to fame in 2013 with her role in Martin Scorsese’s comedic masterpiece, The Wolf of Wall Street. She further solidified her presence with standout performances as Jane Porter in The Legend of Tarzan (2016) and as Harley Quinn in the DC Extended Universe, beginning with Suicide Squad (2016).

Margot Robbie’s portrayal of figure skater Tonya Harding in the biopic I, Tonya (2017) garnered widespread critical acclaim, earning her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Her success continued with notable roles as Queen Elizabeth I in Mary Queen of Scots (2018), Sharon Tate in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), and a Fox News employee in Bombshell (2019), the latter earning her an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Recent endeavors include starring as an aspiring actress in the period piece Babylon (2022) and portraying the titular character in the comedy Barbie (2023), which became her highest-grossing film and earned her a nomination for Best Picture as a producer.

In 2014, Margot Robbie and her husband, filmmaker Tom Ackerley, founded the production company LuckyChap Entertainment. Under this banner, they have produced several acclaimed projects, including I, Tonya, Promising Young Woman (2020), Barbie, and Saltburn (2023), along with the Hulu series Dollface (2019–2022) and the Netflix miniseries Maid (2021).

Dalby, Queensland, Australia

Dalby, Queensland, Australia

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Margot Elise Robbie

Margot Robbie Actress

2 July 1990

Dalby, Queensland, Australia

Somerset College

Actress , Producer

Australia

2008–present

LuckyChap Entertainment

 Tom Ackerley

Mari: 2016

Career

2008–2012: Early Career and Neighbours

Margot Robbie’s journey into acting began during her high school years. Her initial roles were in two low-budget independent thriller films titled Vigilante and I.C.U., although they weren’t released until later. Reflecting on her first experiences on set, she described it as “a dream come true.” She made her television debut with a guest role as Caitlin Brentford in the drama series City Homicide in 2008, followed by a two-episode stint in the children’s show The Elephant Princess, where she acted alongside Liam Hemsworth.

Encouraged by her agent and recalling on The Graham Norton Show, Margot Robbie persistently called FremantleMedia. Eventually, she got connected to the casting director for Neighbours by accident, mentioning she was in town for work. When asked her age, she replied “seventeen,” to which she was told they were seeking someone exactly that age. Margot Robbie auditioned and in June 2008, she began portraying Donna Freedman in Neighbours. Initially meant to be a guest role, she was later promoted to the regular cast during her three-year tenure, earning two Logie Award nominations.

Upon her move to the United States, Margot Robbie secured the role of Laura Cameron, a newly trained flight attendant, in the period drama series Pan Am (2011). While the series debuted strongly with high ratings and positive reviews, it was unfortunately canceled after just one season due to declining viewership.

2013–2015: Rise to Prominence

Margot Robbie’s career took a significant turn between 2013 and 2015, marked by notable achievements in film. Her first noteworthy appearance during this period was in Richard Curtis’ romantic comedy About Time (2013), alongside Domhnall Gleeson and Rachel McAdams. The film follows a young man with the extraordinary ability to manipulate time in his quest to alter his past for a better future. Margot Robbie, portraying Gleeson’s character’s elusive teenage love interest, adeptly adopted a British accent for the role. Despite its modest commercial success, About Time laid the groundwork for Margot Robbie breakthrough later that year.

Her breakthrough came with a pivotal role as Naomi Lapaglia, the wife of protagonist Jordan Belfort, in Martin Scorsese’s biographical black comedy The Wolf of Wall Street. Margot Robbie’s audition for the role left a lasting impression, particularly her improvisation of a slap on co-star Leonardo DiCaprio during a crucial scene, ultimately securing her the part. Both the film and Margot Robbie performance garnered widespread acclaim, with particular praise for her authentic portrayal of a Brooklyn accent. Critic Sasha Stone hailed Margot Robbie performance as one of Scorsese’s finest discoveries since Cathy Moriarty in Raging Bull, lauding her charisma and scene-stealing presence. The Wolf of Wall Street emerged as a box office sensation, becoming Scorsese’s highest-grossing film at the time, grossing $392 million worldwide. Margot Robbie performance earned her a nomination for the MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance and the Empire Award for Best Newcomer.

Despite the newfound fame and attention garnered by her role in The Wolf of Wall Street, Margot Robbie contemplated leaving acting altogether, overwhelmed by the sudden spotlight. However, her mother’s wise counsel persuaded her to persevere, reminding her that quitting would be a decision made in haste. Encouraged by her mother’s support, Robbie remained committed to her craft.

Driven by a desire to champion more female-centric narratives, Margot Robbie, along with her future husband Tom Ackerley, and close friends Sophia Kerr and Josey McNamara, founded their own production company, LuckyChap Entertainment, in 2014. The company’s name pays homage to the iconic Charlie Chaplin.

In 2015, Margot Robbie showcased her versatility with appearances in four diverse films. She starred opposite Will Smith in Glenn Ficarra and John Requa’s romantic comedy-drama Focus, portraying an inexperienced grifter under Smith’s tutelage. Despite mixed reviews for the film, Margot Robbie performance was universally praised for its charm and depth. Her portrayal earned her a nomination for the Rising Star Award at the 68th British Academy Film Awards.

Following Focus, Robbie delved into Saul Dibb’s war romantic drama Suite Française, where she played a woman entangled in a forbidden romance amidst the turmoil of World War II. Despite criticisms of her character’s depth, Robbie’s performance resonated with audiences and critics alike.

She then tackled the leading role in Craig Zobel’s post-apocalyptic drama Z for Zachariah, opposite Chris Pine and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Robbie’s portrayal of a young woman navigating a complex love triangle in the aftermath of a disaster earned widespread acclaim, solidifying her reputation as one of Hollywood’s most promising talents.

Rounding off her prolific year, Robbie made a memorable cameo in Adam McKay’s comedy-drama The Big Short, where she humorously broke the fourth wall to explain complex financial concepts. The film’s success, coupled with Margot Robbie’s standout cameo, resonated years later, serving as a reference point during the GameStop short squeeze.

Throughout this transformative period, Margot Robbie’s dedication to her craft and commitment to championing diverse narratives underscored her ascent as one of Hollywood’s most sought-after talents.

2016–2018: Global Recognition

In 2016, Margot Robbie joined forces with Ficarra and Requa once again, portraying a British war correspondent in the film adaptation of The Taliban Shuffle, titled Whiskey Tango Foxtrot. This film, co-starring Tina Fey and Martin Freeman, marked a significant step in her career. Additionally, Robbie assumed the role of Jane Porter in David Yates’s adventure film The Legend of Tarzan the same year. She made it clear that she wouldn’t conform to traditional standards, refusing to undergo weight loss for the role and ensuring that her character wasn’t portrayed as a typical damsel in distress, as seen in previous Tarzan adaptations. Despite mixed reviews for the film, Manohla Dargis of The New York Times praised Robbie for her strong performance alongside the predominantly male cast, which included Alexander Skarsgård and Samuel L. Jackson.

Margot Robbie made history in 2016 by becoming the first person to portray the DC Comics villain Harley Quinn in a live-action film, Suicide Squad, directed by David Ayer. Starring alongside Will Smith, Jared Leto, and Viola Davis, Robbie felt the weight of responsibility to do justice to the character, despite not having read the comics before. To prepare for the role, she dedicated six months to rigorous training, including gymnastics, boxing, aerial silk training, and mastering underwater breath control, performing most of her own stunts in the process. Suicide Squad emerged as a commercial success, with Robbie’s portrayal of Harley Quinn widely praised as one of the film’s highlights. She received accolades such as the Favorite Action Movie Actress at the People’s Choice Awards and the Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in an Action Movie.

In 2017, Margot Robbie starred in Goodbye Christopher Robin alongside Domhnall Gleeson, followed by her acclaimed performance as Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, a biographical sports black comedy directed by Craig Gillespie. Her portrayal of Harding garnered widespread critical acclaim, earning her nominations for several prestigious awards, including an Academy Award, a BAFTA Award, and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.

Continuing her successful streak into 2018, Margot Robbie lent her voice to the character Flopsy Rabbit in the computer-animated comedy Peter Rabbit, which proved to be a box office hit. However, her subsequent films that year, Terminal and Slaughterhouse Rulez, received negative reviews and underperformed commercially. Her final release of 2018, Mary Queen of Scots, directed by Josie Rourke, saw Robbie portraying Queen Elizabeth I opposite Saoirse Ronan’s Mary Stuart. Despite criticism directed at the film’s screenplay and historical accuracy, Margot Robbie performance received praise from critics, earning her nominations for a BAFTA Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

2019–2021: Thriving Career in Acting and Production

In 2019, Margot Robbie embarked on a multifaceted journey in the entertainment industry. She began with the release of Dreamland, a period crime thriller set during the 1930s Dust Bowl, produced by LuckyChap Entertainment. Despite mixed reviews, Robbie’s involvement showcased her versatility both on and off-screen. Concurrently, she delved into executive producing with the Hulu comedy series Dollface, showcasing her creative range.

Her portrayal of the late actress Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was a pivotal moment in her career. With meticulous preparation and a profound sense of responsibility, Margot Robbie brought Tate’s essence to life on the silver screen, earning critical acclaim and contributing to the film’s commercial success. Despite a limited dialogue, her presence resonated profoundly, particularly in a poignant cinema scene noted by critics.

Robbie’s commitment to compelling storytelling continued with her role as Kayla Pospisil in Bombshell, a poignant portrayal of sexual harassment in the media industry. Her dedication to authenticity, including adopting a distinct accent, added depth to her character, earning her widespread recognition and multiple award nominations.

Entering the new decade, Margot Robbie spearheaded the female-driven action film Birds of Prey, championing diverse representation both in front of and behind the camera. Her portrayal of Harley Quinn garnered praise for its complexity and charisma, further solidifying her status as a leading figure in Hollywood.

In addition to her acting endeavors, Margot Robbie ventured into production, backing critically acclaimed projects like Promising Young Woman and Maid, demonstrating her commitment to supporting diverse and impactful storytelling across various platforms.

Throughout this period, Margot Robbie contributions to cinema underscored her versatility, dedication, and unwavering commitment to her craft, establishing her as a formidable force in the entertainment industry.

2022–present: Continued Triumphs and Barbie

Margot Robbie returned as Donna Freedman for the final episode of Neighbours in 2022. She then featured in David O. Russell’s period comedy Amsterdam, alongside a talented ensemble cast. Despite high expectations, the film faced criticism and struggled at the box office. However, Robbie bounced back with her portrayal of Nellie LaRoy in Damien Chazelle’s comedy-drama Babylon. Immersing herself in the character, she delved into the life of silent movie star Clara Bow, delivering a performance that was both physically and emotionally demanding. While the film received mixed reviews, Robbie’s depiction of Nellie garnered widespread acclaim, earning her another Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress.

The following year saw Margot Robbie making a brief yet impactful appearance in Wes Anderson’s ensemble comedy, Asteroid City, impressing critics with her nuanced performance. Her most notable project, however, was the fantasy comedy Barbie, where she not only starred as the titular character but also served as a producer. Robbie’s involvement in bringing Barbie to life began in 2018 when she acquired the rights from Mattel. Teaming up with director Greta Gerwig, Robbie meticulously crafted the film, drawing inspiration from classic Technicolor musicals. Her portrayal of Barbie resonated with audiences worldwide, propelling the film to become her highest-grossing release to date, surpassing $1.4 billion in global earnings. Robbie’s performance garnered her nominations at prestigious award ceremonies, including BAFTA, Golden Globe, and even the Academy Awards for Best Picture.

Continuing her ventures in production, Margot Robbie produced Emerald Fennell’s Saltburn in 2023 and premiered Megan Park’s comedy film My Old Ass at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival. Up next, she is set to star alongside Colin Farrell in Kogonada’s A Big Bold Beautiful Journey.

Other work

Margot Robbie has consistently championed various causes such as human rights, women’s rights, gender equality, and LGBT rights. Through LuckyChap Entertainment, she prioritizes the promotion of female-centric stories crafted by female storytellers across different roles in the industry. Margot Robbie has actively participated in fundraising events supporting organizations like the Motion Picture & Television Fund and BGC Global Charity Day, where she helped raise significant amounts for charitable purposes.

In addition to her philanthropic efforts, Margot Robbie has used her platform to advocate for important social issues. She has publicly supported same-sex marriage in Australia, notably donning a T-shirt with a pro-marriage equality message during her hosting stint on Saturday Night Live. Alongside fellow actor Chris Hemsworth, she has lent her voice to campaigns advocating for marriage equality.

Margot Robbie has also been a vocal supporter of initiatives like Time’s Up, aimed at combating harassment and discrimination against women. Her dedication to philanthropy and social activism earned her recognition, including being honored with the inaugural RAD Impact Award in April 2021.

Furthermore, her influence and impact within the entertainment industry were underscored when she was included in The Hollywood Reporter’s prestigious Women in Entertainment Power 100 list for 2023.

Public Perception

Margot Robbie is recognized for her appearances in a diverse range of films, spanning from high-profile mainstream productions to low-budget independent films, where she showcases both her dramatic depth and comedic talent.

Her role in The Wolf of Wall Street earned her recognition as one of Vanity Fair’s breakthrough actors of 2013. Margot Robbie achievements have also been noted by Forbes, which included her in their 30 Under 30 list in 2017, highlighting her as one of the most promising young entrepreneurs and innovators globally. She was also featured in a similar list compiled by The Hollywood Reporter the same year. Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2017, with director Martin Scorsese praising her audacity and versatility in every role. Scorsese described her as stunning and predicted she would continue to amaze audiences.

Forbes ranked Margot Robbie among the highest-paid actresses in 2019, noting her annual earnings of $23.5 million. The Hollywood Reporter also recognized her as one of the 100 most powerful people in entertainment. In 2021, The Hollywood Reporter named her one of the 100 most influential women in entertainment.

Margot Robbie has been praised for her style, with Vogue describing her as one of the most glamorous starlets. She has also been consistently recognized for her fashion sense, being named one of the best-dressed women in 2018 and 2019 by luxury fashion retailer Net-a-Porter. AskMen included her in their Top 99 Women list in both 2014 and 2016, ranking her in the top ten each year. In 2016, FHM placed her at the top of their “100 Sexiest Women in the World” list.

Since 2016, Margot Robbie has served as the ambassador for several prominent brands, including Calvin Klein, Nissan, and Chanel. She was notably chosen as the last brand ambassador by Karl Lagerfeld before his passing in February 2019.

Filmography

Rotten Tomatoes lists Margot Robbie most praised films as “About Time” (2013), “The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013), “Z for Zachariah” (2015), “Suite Française” (2015), “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” (2016), “I, Tonya” (2017), “Mary Queen of Scots” (2019), “Bombshell” (2019), “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (2019), “Birds of Prey” (2020), “The Suicide Squad” (2021), and “Barbie” (2023).

Margot Robbie’s film work has garnered numerous accolades. Her portrayal of Donna Freedman earned her nominations for Logie Awards’ Most Popular New Female Talent and Most Popular Actress. After her role in “The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013), she was nominated for the BAFTA Rising Star Award in 2015. Her portrayal of Harley Quinn in “Suicide Squad” (2016) won her the Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actress in an Action Movie and the Critics’ Choice Super Award for Best Actress in a Superhero Movie.

Her breakthrough role as Tonya Harding in “I, Tonya” (2017) earned her the AACTA International Award and nominations for the Academy Award, BAFTA, Critics’ Choice, Golden Globe, Independent Spirit, and SAG Award for Best Actress. Her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth I in “Mary Queen of Scots” (2018) earned her nominations for the AACTA, BAFTA, and SAG Award for Best Supporting Actress. In 2019, her performances in “Bombshell” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” garnered nominations for the AACTA International, BAFTA, Academy Award, Critics’ Choice, and Golden Globe.

In 2022, Margot Robbie starred as an aspiring actress in Damien Chazelle’s “Babylon,” earning nominations for the Critics’ Choice and Golden Globe for Best Actress. The following year, she portrayed the titular character in Greta Gerwig’s “Barbie,” also serving as a producer. Her acclaimed performance won her the AACTA Award and nominations for the BAFTA, Critics’ Choice, Golden Globe, and SAG Award for Best Actress. As a producer, she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture. In the same year, she produced Emerald Fennell’s “Saltburn,” earning a BAFTA nomination for Outstanding British Film.

Margot Robbie was honored with the AACTA Trailblazer Award in 2024, becoming one of the few Australian actors to receive multiple Academy Award nominations for acting.

Personal life

Margot Elise Robbie, born on July 2, 1990, in Dalby, Queensland, hails from a diverse background. Her parents, Doug Robbie and Sarie Kessler, had divergent professions; her father, a former farm-owner and sugarcane tycoon, and her mother, a physiotherapist. Margot is the second youngest among four siblings, with older sisters Anya and Lachlan, and a younger brother, Cameron. The family faced separation when Margot was just five years old, leading to her and her siblings being primarily raised by their single mother, with minimal contact with their father. Growing up, they spent most of their time on their grandparents’ farm in Currumbin Valley, situated in the Gold Coast hinterland, where Margot, an energetic child, often entertained by putting on shows.

Her mother enrolled her in a circus school, where Margot displayed talent in trapeze, earning a certificate at the tender age of eight. During her high school years at Somerset College, she delved into drama. As a teenager, she juggled three jobs simultaneously – tending bar, cleaning houses, and working at Subway. After completing her schooling, Margot ventured into professional acting, starting with commercials and independent thriller films. Eventually, she made the move to Melbourne to pursue her acting career further.

Despite her rising fame, Margot prefers to keep her personal life private. In the early 2010s, she relocated from Melbourne to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where she developed a passion for ice hockey, supporting the New York Rangers and even playing right wing in an amateur league.

Margot met British assistant director Tom Ackerley on the set of Suite Française in 2013, leading to her eventual move to London with Ackerley and their colleagues from LuckyChap Entertainment, Sophia Kerr, and Josey McNamara. Their professional relationship blossomed into a romantic one, culminating in marriage in December 2016 in Australia. They currently reside in Venice Beach, California.

Beyond her acting career and personal life, Margot is also known for her love of heavy metal music, listing bands like Slipknot, Bullet for My Valentine, Silverstein, Metallica, Kiss, and Aerosmith among her favorites.

FAQ

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Most frequent questions and answers

Does Margot have a child?

As of my last update, Margot Robbie does not have any children. The Australian actress has been fairly open about her personal life through interviews and public appearances, but there has been no news or confirmation of her having a child. Robbie, known for her intense dedication to her roles, seems to be focusing on her flourishing career in Hollywood.

How many Oscars does Margot Robbie have?

Margot Robbie, despite her incredible talent and several nominations, has yet to win an Oscar. She has been nominated for her roles in films that showcase her versatility and dedication, such as “I, Tonya” and “Bombshell,” but the coveted statuette has eluded her so far. Robbie’s performances continue to garner critical acclaim, leaving fans hopeful for a win in the future.

What color eyes does Margot Robbie have?

Margot Robbie is known for her striking beauty, which is accentuated by her mesmerizing blue eyes. Her eye color is one of her most distinctive features, often highlighted in her various roles through the magic of cinematography. Robbie’s blue eyes have become a signature part of her look, contributing to her allure and on-screen presence.

Who is Margot Robbie married to in real life?

Margot Robbie is married to Tom Ackerley, a British assistant director whom she met on the set of the World War II drama “Suite Française” in 2014. The couple tied the knot in a private ceremony in December 2016 in Australia, surrounded by close friends and family. Their relationship has been characterized by mutual support and admiration, with Robbie often expressing gratitude for Ackerley’s unwavering encouragement and understanding of her demanding career in the film industry.

Who has 26 Oscars?

Walt Disney holds the record for the most Oscars won by an individual, with a total of 26 Academy Awards. Disney’s remarkable achievements span various categories, including Best Animated Feature, Best Short Subject (Cartoon), and several honorary awards for his contributions to the entertainment industry. His legacy continues to shape the world of animation and filmmaking, leaving an indelible mark on generations of audiences worldwide.

How does Margot Robbie pronounce her name?

Margot Robbie pronounces her name as “MAR-goh RAW-bee.” The Australian actress has clarified the pronunciation on multiple occasions to ensure accuracy, especially during interviews and public appearances. Robbie’s distinct accent and elegant enunciation contribute to her charm and charisma both on and off-screen, solidifying her status as one of Hollywood’s most recognizable talents.

What is Margot Robbie’s most famous role?

Margot Robbie’s most famous role to date is arguably her portrayal of Harley Quinn in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) films. She first brought the character to life in “Suicide Squad” (2016), earning widespread acclaim for her dynamic performance as the unpredictable and complex anti-heroine. Robbie’s interpretation of Harley Quinn resonated deeply with audiences, leading to her reprisal of the role in “Birds of Prey” (2020) and “The Suicide Squad” (2021). Her embodiment of the iconic comic book character has cemented her status as a fan-favorite and solidified her place in superhero film history.

Film and Television

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Year Title Role Ref.
2008 Vigilante Cassandra
2009 I.C.U. Tristen Waters
2013 About Time Charlotte
The Wolf of Wall Street Naomi Lapaglia
2015 Z for Zachariah Ann Burden
Focus Jess
Suite Française Celine Joseph
The Big Short Herself
2016 Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Tanya Vanderpoel
The Legend of Tarzan Jane Clayton
Australian Psycho Herself
Suicide Squad Harley Quinn
2017 I, Tonya Tonya Harding
Goodbye Christopher Robin Daphne Milne
2018 Peter Rabbit Flopsy / The Narrator
Flopsy Turvy Flopsy
Terminal Annie / Bonnie
Slaughterhouse Rulez Audrey
Mary Queen of Scots Queen Elizabeth I
2019 Dreamland Allison Wells
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Sharon Tate
Bombshell Kayla Pospisil
2020 Birds of Prey Harley Quinn
Promising Young Woman
2021 The Humming of the Beast
Flopsy / The Narrator
The Suicide Squad Harley Quinn
2022 Amsterdam Valerie Voze
Babylon Nellie LaRoy
2023 Asteroid City Actress / Wife
Barbie Barbie
Saltburn

Television / TV

Year Title Role Ref.
2008–2011, 2022 Neighbours Donna Freedman / Donna Brown
2008 City Homicide Caitlin Brentford
Review with Myles Barlow Kelly
2009 The Elephant Princess Juliet
Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation Herself
2011–2012 Pan Am Laura Cameron
2015 Top Gear Herself
2015 Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite Herself
2016 Saturday Night Live Host
2019–2022 Dollface Imelda
2021 Maid
2022 Mike

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Awards

Award Year Category Nomine/work Result
Academy Awards 2018 Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated
2020 Best Supporting Actress Bombshell Nominated
2024 Best Picture Barbie Pending
BAFTA Film Awards 2015 BAFTA Rising Star Award Nominated
2018 Best Actress in a Leading Role I, Tonya Nominated
2019 Best Actress in a Supporting Role Mary Queen of Scots Nominated
2020 Bombshell Nominated
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Nominated
2024 Best Actress in a Leading Role Barbie Nominated
Outstanding British Film Saltburn Nominated
Golden Globe Awards 2018 Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical I, Tonya Nominated
2020 Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Bombshell Nominated
2022 Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical Babylon Nominated
2023 Barbie Nominated
Screen Actors Guild Awards 2018 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture I, Tonya Nominated
2019 Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture Mary Queen of Scots Nominated
2020 Bombshell Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Nominated
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Nominated
2023 Babylon Nominated
2024 Barbie Nominated
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Motion Picture Nominated
AACTA Awards 2020 Audience Choice Award for Favourite Global Star of the Decade Nominated
2022 Audience Choice Best Actress Amsterdam Nominated
2024 Barbie Won
AACTA Trailblazer Award Honored
AACTA International Awards 2018 Best Actress I, Tonya Won
2019 Best Supporting Actress Mary Queen of Scots Nominated
Bombshell Won
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Nominated
2021 Best Film Promising Young Woman Won
2022 Best Actress Babylon Nominated
2023 Best Film Barbie Won
Best Actress Won
Alliance of Women Film Journalists 2017 Actress Most in Need of a New Agent The Legend of Tarzan Nominated
Suicide Squad Nominated
Hall of Shame (shared with David Ayer) Nominated
2018 Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated
Bravest Performance Won
2023 She Deserves a New Agent Babylon Nominated
Best Film Barbie Nominated
Best Actress Nominated
Outstanding Achievement by a Woman in the Film Industry Nominated
Astra Film Awards 2024 Best Film Barbie Won
Best Actress Won
Best Cast Ensemble Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics 2013 Best Cast The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated
Chicago Film Critics Association 2017 Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated
2023 Barbie Nominated
Critics’ Choice Movie Awards 2014 Best Acting Ensemble The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated
2017 Best Actress in an Action Movie Suicide Squad Won
2018 Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated
Won
Best Comedy Nominated
2020 Best Acting Ensemble Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Nominated
Bombshell Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2023 Best Actress Babylon Nominated
2024 Barbie Nominated
Best Comedy Won
Best Acting Ensemble Nominated
Best Picture Nominated
Saltburn Nominated
Critics’ Choice Super Awards 2021 Best Actress in a Superhero Movie Birds of Prey Won
2022 The Suicide Squad Nominated
Detroit Film Critics Society 2013 Best Ensemble The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated
Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated
2019 Best Ensemble Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Nominated
2018 Best Performance of the Year – Actress I, Tonya Nominated
Empire Awards 2014 Best Female Newcomer The Wolf of Wall Street Won
Florida Film Critics Circle 2017 Best Actress I, Tonya Won
Best Cast Runner-up
2019 Best Supporting Actress Bombshell Runner-up
Best Cast Babylon Runner-up
Gotham Awards November 27, 2017 Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated
Best Feature Nominated
Audience Award Nominated
Hollywood Critics Association 2019 Best Supporting Actress Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Nominated
2020 Best Actress Birds of Prey Runner-up
Hollywood Film Awards 2017 Hollywood Ensemble Award I, Tonya Won
Independent Spirit Awards 2018 Best Female Lead Nominated
Logie Awards 2009 Most Popular New Female Talent Neighbours Nominated
2011 Most Popular Actress Nominated
London Film Critics’ Circle 2019 Supporting Actress of the Year Bombshell Nominated
MTV Movie & TV Awards 2014 Best Breakthrough Performance The Wolf of Wall Street Nominated
2016 Best Kiss (shared with Will Smith) Focus Nominated
Best Fight Birds of Prey Nominated
New York Film Critics Online 2017 Best Actress I, Tonya Won
People’s Choice Awards 2017 Favorite Movie Actress Suicide Squad Nominated
Favorite Action Movie Actress Won
2020 Favorite Movie Actress Birds of Prey Nominated
Favorite Action Movie Actress Nominated
2021 Favorite Movie Actress The Suicide Squad Nominated
2024 The Female Movie Star of the Year Barbie Won
The Comedy Movie Star of the Year Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards 2017 Best Theatrical Motion Picture I, Tonya Nominated
Barbie Nominated
San Diego Film Critics Society 2017 Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated
San Francisco Bay Area Film Critics Circle 2017 Best Actress Won
2019 Best Supporting Actress Bombshell Nominated
Sant Jordi Awards 2020 Best Actress in a Foreign Film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Won
Satellite Awards 2018 Best Actress – Motion Picture I, Tonya Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Mary Queen of Scots Nominated
2020 Bombshell Nominated
2021 Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical Birds of Prey Nominated
2023 Babylon Nominated
2024 Barbie Pending
Saturn Awards 2017 Best Supporting Actress Suicide Squad Nominated
2021 Best Actress Birds of Prey Nominated
2024 Barbie Won
Seattle Film Critics Society 2023 Best Actress in a Leading Role Babylon Nominated
Teen Choice Awards 2016 Choice Movie Actress: AnTEENcipated Suicide Squad Nominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association 2017 Best Actress I, Tonya Nominated
2023 Barbie Nominated
2017 Best Comedic Actress I, Tonya Nominated
Women’s Image Network Awards 2019 Supporting Actress Feature Film Mary Queen of Scots Nominated
Young Hollywood Awards 2014 Breakthrough Actress Nominated

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Table of Contents Update : 5/1/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Corinne Marchand (Actress) Corinne Marchand, born on December 4, 1931, is a renowned French actress celebrated for her captivating performances on both stage and screen. Her most iconic role […]
Fūju Kamio 神尾 楓珠 (Actor)  – Biography Points
Table of Contents Update : 5/01/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Fūju Kamio 神尾 楓珠 (Actor) Fūju Kamio,  神尾 楓珠, born on January 21, 1999, is a prominent Japanese actor who embarked on his acting journey during his teenage years. […]
Marina Vlady (Actress) – Biography Point
Table of Contents Update : 5/1/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Marina Vlady (Actress) Marina Vlady, a distinguished French actress, was born on May 10, 1938, in Clichy, Hauts-de-Seine, to immigrant parents of White Russian descent. Her upbringing was steeped […]
Haruka Ayase 綾瀬 はるか (Actress)  – Biography Points
Table of Contents Update : 5/01/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Haruka Ayase 綾瀬 はるか (Actress) Haruka Ayase , 綾瀬 はるか , born on March 24, 1985, is a multi-talented Japanese individual renowned for her versatility as an actress, model, […]
Morgan Griffin (Actress)  – Biography Points
Table of Contents Update : 5/01/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Morgan Griffin (Actress) Morgan Griffin, an esteemed Australian actress, embarked on her remarkable career with a standout performance as Charlie in the children’s series “The Sleepover Club”. Since then, […]
Lee Se-mi 이세미 (Actress) – Biography Point
Table of Contents Update : 5/1/2024 × Dismiss this alert. Mobile Views Please Open Desktop View On Mobile Show All Information . × Dismiss this alert. Lee Se-mi 이세미 (Actress) Lee Se-mi, a versatile talent hailing from South Korea, embodies the essence of multi-faceted artistry, showcasing her prowess as an actress, model, singer, and host. […]