Margot Robbie to 'Vanity Fair': I Didn't Grow Up Feeling Particularly Attractive
Here’s what the 24-year-old Wolf of Wall Street actress had to share with the mag:
On her level of beauty: “In my big group of girlfriends at home, I am definitely not the best-looking. I did not grow up feeling like I was particularly attractive. You should have seen me at 14, with braces and glasses, gangly and doing ballet! If I looked good in Wolf of Wall Street I cannot take full credit; it was because of the hair extensions and makeup.”
On her family: “We had farming on both sides. My mother’s family raised grains and crops. My father’s grew sugarcane and mangos. So I knew more about the basics of farming than of acting.”
On Australia’s biggest stars: “People ask me all the time what it is about Australia that produces so many big stars. Honestly, I believe it is a combination of things. Our education standards are quite high, but our industry is very limited. Yet we’re very aware of the industry—everyone goes to the theater, sees TV shows. The logical step is to make a move to America—America is getting the best of the best of us.”
For more from Margot, visit VanityFair.com.