1. One of Margot Robbie's lowest points, she claims, was being well-known following "Wolf of Wall Street": "Everything was very bad.

One of Margot Robbie's lowest points, she claims, was being well-known following "Wolf of Wall Street": "Everything was very bad.


  • One of Margot Robbie's lowest points, she claims, was being well-known following "Wolf of Wall Street": "Everything was very bad.

  • Margot Elise Robbie, an actress and producer from Australia, was born on July 2nd, 1990. In addition to receiving numerous honors, she has been nominated for two Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and five British Academy Film Awards. She is renowned for both her mainstream and indie acting roles. One of the 100 most influential people in the world, according to Time magazine, in 2017. She was one of the highest-paid actors in the world in 2019, according to Forbes. Robbie began her acting career with the Queensland-born actress' roles on the television programs Neighbors (2008-2011) as well as Pan Am (2011–2012). After the 2013 release of the sardonic comedy The Wolf of Wall Street, she became successful. Her standout roles as Jane Porter in The Legend of Tarzan (2016) and Harley Quinn in the DC superhero movies Suicide Squad (2016), Birds of Prey (2020), and The Suicide Squad helped her gain notoriety. Tonya Harding plays the infamous figure skater in the film I, Tonya. Robbie earned positive reviews and was nominated for the Best Actress Oscar. She was nominated for a BAFTA Award for her roles as Queen Elizabeth I in the historical drama Mary Queen of Scots (2018) and Sharon Tate in the comedy-drama Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), as well as an imagined Fox News employee in the drama Bombshell (2019). She was nominated for a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for the latter performance. Tom Akeley, a filmmaker, is Robbie's husband. In addition to the movies I, Tonya and Promising Young Woman (2020), they also worked together to create the television series Doll Face (2019–2022) and the miniseries Maid. A production company called Lucky Chap Entertainment was established by them.
  • After becoming famous, Margot Robbie admitted to Vanity Fair that she thought about giving up acting.
  • One of Robbie's lowest points, she claimed, was the time following the triumph of "The Wolf of Wall Street."
  • Her mother also assisted her in moving "forward," she said.
  • Each weekday, top editors send the stories you want straight to your inbox.
  •  Margot Robbie
  • admitted that after appearing in "The Wolf of Wall Street," celebrity was difficult for her to handle.
  • After co-starring with Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese's crime drama as Naomi LaPaglia, Robbie saw a meteoric rise to fame in 2013. Robbie stated that she wasn't prepared for the amount of popularity and the sudden loss of her privacy in a new profile for Vanity Fair. I recall telling my mother, "I don't think I want to do this," at one point when something awful was happening. Robbie remarked that it was one of her lowest points at the time.
  • She went on:
  • "And [my mother] simply stared at me with a blank expression and said, "Darling, I think it's too late not to." Then I understood that moving forward was my only option." Robbie claimed that while she has learned how to handle fame, she still has trouble dealing with media attention, particularly tabloid articles and being chased by photographers.
  • "Even though you wish to refute [fake stories], you simply cannot. You have to, I dunno, turn your head away "he said. "If you run my nephew off a bike or cause my mum to pass away in a vehicle accident for what reason? You wanted a picture of me heading into the grocery store. for a picture? Even though it's risky, strangely nothing seems to have changed." Robbie added that she finds the press conferences for her movies to be stressful, stating: "They only want sound bites, which I don't mind because I understand; they have three minutes, but it's like tap dancing through a minefield because you've been doing it for hours on end and you have to be constantly on guard. You can say something correctly a thousand times, but once you say it incorrectly, you're screwed."
  • Robbie is not the only famous person who struggled with the transition to fame.
  • Milly Alcock, the star of "House of the Dragon," admitted to finding her sudden fame after the show's debut to be "straining" to Nylon magazine in September. The actor stated, "I'm trying not to look at it and try not to engage with it because it doesn't benefit me. "Simply put, it gives me severe anxiety. It's difficult for me to continually see my face. That shouldn't be required of anyone. It's terrible, man. I don't understand how the world's socialites manage to do that. I'm kind of going crazy over it. It's a very challenging environment to maneuver through."
  • Margot Robbie 

Post a Comment


Your feedback is valuable to us.

Post a Comment (0)