Born on July 2, 1990, Margot Robbie is an Australian actor and producer. She began her career in 2008 as a regular character Donna Freedman on the popular Australian soap opera “Neighbours,” a role she held until 2011. Following her move to the US, Robbie had a brief stint as a cast member of the ABC sitcom “Pan Am” before landing her big break as Leonardo DiCaprio’s co-star in Martin Scorsese’s 2013 film “The Wolf of Wall Street.” The next year, Robbie established LuckyChap Entertainment, a production company dedicated to generating films featuring women. In 2015, Robbie added more films to her repertoire: “Suite Francaise,” “Focus,” costarring Will Smith, and a self-cameo in “The Big Short.”
Robbie was cast as Harley Quinn in the DC Comics film “Suicide Squad” in 2016. She also produced “I, Tonya,” the first movie Robbie made with her production firm, went on to get Robbie a nomination for best actress at the Academy Awards. As Robbie gained more notoriety in Hollywood, she was cast in films such as “Peter Rabbit” (2018), “Terminal” (2018), “Mary Queen of Scots” (2018), Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (2019), “Bombshell” (2019), and “Birds of Prey” (2020), in which she played Harley Quinn again and produced as well. Robbie experienced additional success in producing “Promising Young Woman,” a 2020 dark comedic thriller starring Carey Mulligan that was nominated for best picture and won best original screenplay at the Oscars. Robbie most recently appeared in James Gunn’s standalone film as Harley Quinn for the third time.sequel “The Suicide Squad” (2021), and starred in the time mystery “Amsterdam” (2022) directed by David O. Russell, the period drama comedy “Babylon” (2022) directed by Damien Chazelle, and the period film “Asteroid City” (2023) directed by Wes Anderson. Robbie played Barbie in Greta Gerwig’s film on the iconic Mattel doll, with Ryan Gosling as Ken.