Margot Robbie nearly quit acting after struggling with ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ fame


Being famous is no easy feat – just ask Margot Robbie.

The 32-year-old Australian actress shot to global stardom after landing a role in the 2013 hit film ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ in which she starred alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill and Matthew McConaughey .

In the film, Robbie starred as Naomi Lapaglia, the second ex-wife of DiCaprio’s character Jordan Belfort.

And while her performance was widely acclaimed and made her one of Hollywood’s biggest stars, success came with a big pitfall: stardom.

“Something was happening in those early stages and it was all pretty awful,” Robbie told Vanity Fair.

Robbie on the set of The Wolf of Wall Street.
Robbie opened up about how dangerous and inconsiderate the paparazzi can be after his fame.
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“I remember saying to my mother, ‘I don’t think I want to do this.’ And she just looked at me, completely deadpan, and said, ‘Honey, I think it’s too late not to.’ It was then that I realized that the only way was to move forward.

The actress said she had to learn to adapt to intrusive paparazzi.

“I know how to get through airports, and now I know who’s trying to fuck me which way,” she said.

“If my mom dies in a car accident because you wanted a picture of me going to the grocery store, or if you knock my nephew off a bike – what for? For a picture? is dangerous, but strangely, nothing seems to change.

And although Robbie found ways to deal with the mega fame – like deleting all her social media – she admitted she still felt uneasy.

    Actress Margot Robbie attends the "The wolf of Wall Street" lunch at the Four Seasons restaurant
Robbie has learned to deal with fame and the annoyance of paparazzi.
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“The way I try to explain this job – and this world – to people is that the highs are really high and the lows are really, really low. And I guess if you’re lucky it all balances out in the middle,” she added.

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