Margot Elise Robbie is an actress who was born in Gold Coast, Australia. Her mother, Sarie Kessler, is a physiotherapist, and her father owned a farm. She has two brothers and a sister. Margot’s mother, Sarie Kessler, raised the three of them as a single parent. She rarely keeps in touch with her father. To support herself and her family, Robbie began working when she was 16. She worked hard and juggled three jobs simultaneously. She was interested in drama at school and completed her graduation from Somerset College.

At the age of 17 years, she went to Melbourne where she began acting professionally. Robbie began her career by starring in two Australian independent films in the year 2007, ICU and Vigilante. She managed to clinch the lead role in the feature film ICU solely by her spectacular audition. Commercials and guest roles became part of Robbie’s repertoire. In June 2008, Robbie played the role of Donna Freedman on a show called ' Neighbours Click to look into! >> Read More... '. Soon she became a regular cast member on the show.

In 2009, Robbie made many appearances to promote Network Ten. In the same year, she secured the "Generation Y" spot on the Network Ten show Talking ‘Bout Your Generation. At the Australian Logie Awards, she was nominated for The Most Popular New Female Talent. Robbie also became a Youth Ambassador for missing persons as part of the National Youth Week. After about three years of starring in ‘Neighbours’, In September 2010, Robbie made an announcement that she was to quit starring in the show to fulfill her dream of pursuing a career in Hollywood. At the Logie Awards that year, she was nominated for Most Popular Actress. (The nest paragraph shows a long and continuous sentence, so I have to cut it to two sentences.)

She made an appearance on a documentary special, which celebrated 'Neighbours' 30th anniversary and it was titled as Neighbours 30th: The Stars Reunite. It was aired in Australia and the UK in March 2015. Robbie's life then began a new chapter when she moved to Hollywood. She gave an audition for the series of Charlie's Angels in Los Angeles but was chosen to play the role of a flight attendant by the name of Laura Cameron in a TV drama called Pan Am. Unfortunately, due to falling ratings, Pan Am was not aired after one season. In May 2012, Robbie was cast in Richard Curtis' romantic comedy ‘ About Time Click to look into! >> Read More... ’. In 2013, she starred in The Wolf of Wall Street by Martin Scorsese.

Her movies did extremely well at the box office and received positive reviews. She starred as Naomi Lapaglia, the second wife of Jordan Belfort and was praised by critics. At the MTV Movie Awards that year, she was nominated for Best Breakthrough Performance and won the Empire Award for Best Newcomer. In 2015, Robbie starred in a romantic comedy-drama film Focus. In the movie adaptation of Z for Zachariah, Robbie portrayed the character of Ann Burden. The film got good reviews, and her performance was praiseworthy. Robbie has several upcoming movies such as The Legend of Tarzan, Suicide Squad Click to look into! >> Read More... , and Harley Quinn to name a few, which are to release in 2016.

She will also star in ‘Dangerous Odds’, the film adaptation of Marisa Lankester's memoir and ‘Violent Talent by ’Matthew Michael Carnahan's. As far as her personal life is concerned, Robbie resided in New York Click to look into! >> Read More... for many years and had been living with five of her friends in London since May 2014. Robbie met her English boyfriend, Tom Ackerley, on the set of Suite Francaise Click to look into! >> Read More... and had been in a relationship with him since 2014. He is an assistant director.

Mandy Moore English Actress

Mandy Moore

Amanda Leigh Moore was born on 10th of April in New Hampshire, USA. Her mother Stacy Moore was a news reporter who worked for Orlando Sentinel. Her father, Donald Moore was a pilot in American Airlines. Apart from her parents in the family, she has two more brothers. The elder brother named Scott and younger brother, Kyle. She became interested in cinema and singing at a very young age. Her grandmother was a dancer and Mandy at a very tender age got greatly inspired by her. Moore was 13 years old when she began working on music on her own. Later, she signed with ‘Epic records’. Moore is an American actress, singer and lyricist. Moore first came to light was with her first single debut “Candy” which was out in 1999. Her first album, “so real” received a Platinum certification from RIAA. In the year 2000, she launched her new album ‘I wanna be with you’ and she released her self-named album ‘Mandy Moore’ in the year 2001. Besides her musical career, Moore made her way into acting as well. With the film, Dr. Dolittle2, which came in 2001, she made her film debut. Although it was a minor voice role. ‘A walk to remember’ based on the novel of Nicholas Sparks came in 2002 and Moore bagged herself her first starring role in it. Nicholas Sparks is a writer and novelist from America. Moore made her way into acting with ‘Princess Diaries’. The movie was a big hit at the box office. In 2004, she played the role of Hilary Faye in the drama ‘Saved!’. The film revolves around the topics such as religion, fear of humans (homophobia), teen pregnancy, etc. In 2009, she released her latest album ‘Amanda Leigh’. It has folk style music with a taste of country and pop music. Mandy’s most successful album ever was ‘Mandy Moore’. When this album was released, Moore was 17, and the album was awarded Gold in US and Multi-Platinum in the Philippines. Moore got married to the famous musician Ryan Adams in the year 2009.


Maria Bello

Maria Bello is an American actress, producer and writer, who was born in Pennsylvania. Her parents are Kathy and Joe Bello. While her mother, Kathy, was a school nurse and teacher of Polish American origin, her father was an Italian American contractor from Italy. Bello was born in a Roman Catholic family. She graduated from Archbishop John Carroll High School in Pennsylvania and majored in Political Science at Villanova University. Post graduation, Bello polished and improved her acting skills in some New York theater productions. Various episodes of TV shows such The Commish, Due South, Nowhere Man, Misery Loves Company and ER featured Bello making early TV appearances through the years of 1991 to 1998. Being cast in the TV spy series Mr. and Mrs. Smith was her breakthrough on the small (Silver screen is for films) screen. Then she appeared as Dr. Anna Del Amico, a pediatrician, in the final few episodes of the third season of the medical drama show ER and was a regular cast member during its fourth season. In the year 2000, Bello moved on to movies. She starred in a hit movie titled Coyote Ugly, where she delivered a spectacular performance. She was a nominee for the Golden Globe Awards twice; in the category of Best Supporting Actress in The Cooler (2003) as well as for the category of Best Actress in the movie, 'A History of Violence' (2005). In 2007, she starred in The Jane Austen Book Club as Jocelyn. In 2008, she played the character of Evelyn O'Connell in The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. In the year 2009, she starred in a movie by Samuel Goldwyn Films entitled 'The Yellow Handkerchief'. In 2010, Bello guest starred in 2 episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit; and the next year she starred in the TV series, Prime Suspect. In 2014, she co-starred in the James Wan-produced thriller 'Demonic'. Bello is a wonderful human being and a true humanitarian. Her compassion and helpful nature was brought to light in 2010 during the Haiti earthquake, where she founded an organization by the name of 'We Advance', which encouraged Haitian women to make health a priority. It also focused on ending domestic violence within communities. Bello is also an active board member of Darfur Women Action Group (DWAG), an NGO that undertakes activism on behalf of genocide victims of the Darfur Conflict. Bello has a son with her former boyfriend Dan McDermott. She has also written about having a same-sex relationship with her partner and friend Clare Munn. She also published a book, Whatever Love Is Love: Questioning the Labels We Give Ourselves (Dey Street Books, April 28, 2015).

Maria Bello English Actress