Australian actress Margot Robbie has undeniably risen to dominate Hollywood, showcasing her talent in various notable films such as “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “Birds of Prey,” and the upcoming “Barbie” movie. Like many fellow Australian actors, she kickstarted her career on the popular soap opera “Neighbours.” However, what sets Robbie apart is the meteoric speed with which she ascended the ranks of Hollywood. While some actors toil for years to achieve success, Robbie’s journey to stardom was remarkably swift. Her breakout moment came with a role in the highly anticipated ABC series “Pan Am,” which, unfortunately, faced a quick cancellation. Nonetheless, this setback didn’t deter her as she soon stole the spotlight in Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street.”

With the release of Barbie on July 21, 2023, Here are the Top 5 movies that made it Margot Robbie’s expressions of outstanding performances.

1. I, Tonya (2017)
Robbie earned her first Oscar nomination for her performance as notorious figure skater Tonya Harding. This was one of her most complex performances to date. She skillfully complicates the memory of a person who most people regard as the bad guy in a confusing debate by playing Harding.

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2. Barbie (2023)
Robbie seems ideally suited for the part, not just because she physically resembles a “Stereotypical Barbie,” but also because she has the talent to both embody and defy these characteristics.
It’s an easy thing for any performer to carry filmmaker Greta Gerwig’s recurring themes of girlhood, independence, and relocation while retaining the spirit of Barbie’s idealized doll, but Robbie once more succeeds.

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3. The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
Robbie’s American breakthrough came through playing Naomi, the clever young wife of Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) in Martin Scorsese’s tragicomedy. Her fancy Brooklyn accent suits the exaggerated nature of the character and makes her stand apart.

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4. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019).
In Quentin Tarantino’s fictional tribute to his youth in Hollywood, Robbie plays Sharon Tate, whose gentle beauty and grace signify a type of purity and innocence that the world lost when the actress was murdered in 1969.

5. Birds of Prey (2020)

Introducing Harley Quinn to live-action entertainment presented a unique challenge, given that the character originated in a children’s television show. However, Margot Robbie skillfully embraced this complex role, infusing it with just the right amount of charm without veering into excessive territory. Her portrayal struck a delicate balance, capturing the essence of Harley Quinn while still appealing to a broader audience.