Margot Robbie Reveals Neighbours Co-stars Taught Her Life Skills And Let Her Sleep On Their Couches

Margot Robbie Reveals Neighbours Co-stars Taught Her Life Skills And Let Her Sleep On Their Couches

Margot Robbie has revealed her Neighbours co-stars all pitched in to train her life skills when she joined the cleaning soap as a hapless teenager. 

The Hollywood actress, 32, bagged the role of Donna Freedman on the Australian present when she was simply 17 and moved to Melbourne the place she had no friends or family.   

Yet her colleagues quickly took her under their wing, with Margot explaining that they gave her the instruments she wanted to pursue performing full-time. 

Starting out: Margot Robbie has revealed her Neighbours co-stars all pitched in to train her life skills when she joined the cleaning soap as a hapless teenager

Speaking at the BAFTA: A Life in Pictures occasion in London on Tuesday night, she recalled: ‘Everyone on that present I used to be actually, actually shut with… 

‘Toadie [Ryan Moloney] taught me how to do my taxes and Dr Karl [Alan Fletcher] helped me out with a facet gig as a result of I wanted money to pay lease.

‘Susan Kennedy [Jackie Woodburne] showed me how to roast a chicken… I slept on everyone’s couches! Everyone pitches in to help you out.’

She added: ‘I attribute so much of who I am now and what I can do now to being on Neighbours. I didn’t go to film or drama school, I learnt on the job. It was a number of the biggest years of my life and like my college years.’ 

Peas in a pod: Speaking at the BAFTA: A Life in Pictures occasion in London on Tuesday, she recalled, ‘Toadie [Ryan Moloney] taught me how to do my taxes’ (pictured collectively in 2010) 

Having signed on for a contract, Margot revealed she at all times deliberate to attempt to crack America when her time on the cleaning soap got here to an finish. 

She revealed: ‘I asked Neighbours to kill me off in a big spectacular death and they didn’t as a result of they needed to be certain that I may have my job again if it didn’t work out in America – that gave me all of the drive I wanted.’  

Margot, who performed Donna between 2008 and 2011, made a rapid cameo within the closing TV episode of the cleaning soap, which she discovered ‘very emotional.’ 

While the present has since been saved and will be revived digitally, Margot was one of many many stars who returned for the star-studded finale. 

She explained: ‘When it was ending it was a very emotional thing. I wrote everyone a big letter with all my memories and sent 37 bottles of champagne for the years it had been on air – and of course I did a video they could play.’ 

After transferring to Hollywood, Margot landed a role in TV collection Pan Am and two years later in 2013 she bagged her first characteristic film role in Richard Curtis’ romantic comedy About Time.

First gig: The Hollywood actress, 32, bagged the role of Donna Freedman on the Australian present when she was simply 17 and moved to Melbourne the place she had no friends or family

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