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Margot Robbie

Oscar-nominated actress Margot Robbie talks about growing up in Australia with a single mother, supporting other women and her role in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

“If you tell me something is impossible, I’m going to do everything in my power to prove you wrong”

Margot Robbie delights in throwing herself into her performances. She famously smacked Leonardo DiCaprio in the face while auditioning for The Wolf Of Wall Street, she revelled in her character Harley Quinn’s wicked behaviour on the set of Suicide Squad, and she got so overwrought while shooting a scene in I, Tonya, the biopic about notorious American figure skater, Tonya Harding, that she stormed off the set screaming at co-star Sebastian Stan. ‘I forgot I was acting and nothing makes me more exhilarated than when I genuinely forget where I am,’ Robbie recalled of the incident.

Following her role in the recent historical drama, Mary, Queen of Scots, Robbie will once again be playing a real-life figure in Quentin Tarantino’s highly anticipated Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which made its world premiere at this year’s Cannes Film Festival in May. Robbie will be playing late Hollywood actress Sharon Tate, who was savagely murdered on 9 August 1969 by members of the notorious Manson family cult on orders from their psychotic leader, Charles Manson. The film also co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio in the role of fading western TV star Rick Dalton and Brad Pitt as his long-time stuntman and best friend, Cliff Booth. The DiCaprio and Pitt characters happen to live next door to the Benedict Canyon home of Tate – pregnant with her first child – and her husband, director Roman Polanski, who was out of town at the time of his wife’s murder.

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