Margot Robbie’s hidden talent revealed in a surprising throwback video: ‘She’s a Barbie star with many skills’

Fans are once again impressed by Margot Robbie’s versatility and kindness. A recently re-emerged video from last year’s Amsterdam premiere shows the 33-year-old actress conversing in sign language with a deaf fan. Robbie was attending the red carpet event, where she greeted and took photos with members of the public. In the heartwarming clip, she can be seen using Auslan to communicate with the fan, even saying “nice to meet you” before taking a photo together. It’s clear that Robbie’s talent extends beyond her acting skills, as she continuously makes efforts to connect with her fans and make them feel seen and appreciated.

Wow! Margot Robbie is continuing to wow fans with her impressive talents. In a resurfaced video shared to social media, the Barbie star, 33, is seen talking in sign language to a fan while at a premiere

It’s incredible how Margot Robbie continues to impress her followers with her remarkable skills. A recently shared video on social media shows the Barbie star, who is 33 years old, conversing in sign language with a fan while attending a premiere. Fans were quick to express their admiration for the actress, with one user commenting “She’s amazing I love her,” and another adding “This woman is literally perfect.” People also praised Robbie for taking the time to communicate with the fan using sign language. The release of Robbie’s highly anticipated summer movie Barbie took place last week, which was met with excitement from her fans.

Talent: The video, which was taken at the red carpet event, shows the actress using Auslan to communicate with a deaf fan

Skill: At the event’s red carpet, the actress showcased her amazing talent by using Auslan to converse with a deaf fan. The heart-warming video of this interaction was captured and shared widely.

Sweet: Robbie attended the UK premiere for her film Amsterdam in September last year, where she happily greeted members of the public and posed for photos

Communication: The video, which was taken at the red carpet event, shows the actress using Auslan to communicate with a deaf fan

Robbie graced the UK premiere of her film Amsterdam in September last year, where she happily interacted with her fans and posed for photographs. The 33-year-old actress is set to play the titular character in the live-action movie of Mattel wonder alongside Ryan Gosling as Ken, directed by Greta Gerwig. Recently, has discovered rare pictures of Robbie from her childhood days when most girls collect Barbie dolls with all her accessories such as her dreamy Malibu beach house, pink convertible, pets, and bicycle. The pictures, which have been scarcely published before, portray a sweet young Robbie with thick bangs and a beaming smile, ready for adventure. Born on July 2, 1990, Robbie had an ordinary upbringing in Australia.

Barbie star Margot Robbie looks adorable in resurfaced childhood snaps - the star is seen aged four attending Somerset College Primary School in Queensland in 1994

The summer blockbuster in which Robbie plays the iconic doll - has received rave reviews

Margot Robbie, the famous Barbie star, appears absolutely charming in recently surfaced childhood photos. One image captures her at the age of four, attending Somerset College Primary School in Queensland back in 1994.

In photos that have hardly ever been published, Margot appears to be a sweet young kid with a wide smile who is ready for adventure

Margot’s unseen photos portray her as a cheerful and optimistic child with an infectious smile, evidently excited to explore the world around her. These images have rarely been shared before.

Here the actress is seen in her Western look from the movie directed by Greta Gerwig

In this photo, the actress can be seen dressed in her Western attire for a movie directed by Greta Gerwig. Despite her successful career in Hollywood, she did not grow up in a bustling city. Instead, she spent her childhood in the rural town of Dalby, Queensland located in the Western Downs Region of Australia. The town’s population is approximately 15,000 people. Margot’s father, Doug Robbie, was a sugarcane tycoon and farm-owner while her mother, Sarie Kessler, was a physiotherapist with a degree. Margot was not an only child as she had siblings- Anya, Lachlan, and Cameron. Unfortunately, the family underwent a crisis when Margot was just a five-year-old as her parents separated.

The plucky actress seemed to have a very normal upbringing in Australia. She did not grow up in a big city but rather in the country in Dalby, Queensland - she has three siblings, Anya, Lachlan and Cameron

The courageous performer appeared to have a typical childhood in Australia. She was raised in a rural area called Dalby, located in Queensland, instead of a bustling metropolis. Additionally, she has three siblings: Anya, Lachlan, and Cameron.

The star is seen with her sister Anya as a toddler in Australia

As a young child in Australia, Margot was often seen alongside her sister Anya. After her parents’ marriage ended, Margot and her siblings went to live with their mother on their grandparent’s farm, Currumbin Valley, located on the Gold Coast. Her father wasn’t around much after the separation. However, despite these changes, Margot found her passion for gymnastics and excelled in it. It has been suggested that her mother even enrolled her in a circus school at the young age of eight, where she learned the art of being a trapeze artist.

Margot did not see much of her dad after the split. Robbie thrived anyhow as she became athletic,  learning gymnastics - she is seen as a young teenager with braces

After Margot’s parents separated, she didn’t spend much time with her dad. However, Robbie managed to flourish during this difficult period as she devoted herself to athletics, specifically gymnastics. As a result, she was often seen as a teenager with braces, determined and focused on her sport.

Margot with (L-R) her father Doug Robbie, her mother Sarie Kessler and husband Tom Ackerley

Margot is seen in a photo alongside her spouse Tom Ackerley, father Doug Robbie, and mother Sarie Kessler.

The bubbly blonde was soon drawn to the world of acting. During her high school years, she landed roles in two low-budget movies: Vigilante and I.C.U. Her passion for the craft led her to pursue a degree in drama at Somerset College, where she polished her skills. However, finances were tight during her college days, so she had to take on odd jobs to make ends meet. She worked as a bartender and relied on tips to survive, while also cleaning houses to earn extra cash. She even reportedly worked at a Subway sandwich chain at some point.

Dalby is a rural town in the Western Downs Region, Queensland, Australia. The population of Dalby is about 15,000 people

Located in the Western Downs Region of Queensland, Australia, Dalby is a charming rural town that boasts a population of approximately 15,000 residents.

She was only 19-years-old in this photo taken in 2009. She was at the Australian Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2009 at Hisense Arena in Melbourne

Back in 2009, this photo captured a young 19-year-old attending the Australian Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards at the Hisense Arena in Melbourne. After graduating from Somerset, she pursued her passion for acting in Melbourne and started with commercials to make ends meet. Her debut on television was in 2008, as Caitlin Brentford in the drama series City Homicide, and also played a part in The Elephant Princess alongside Liam Hemsworth. However, it was her role in Neighbours that really put her on the map, which she was a part of until 2011. Soon after, Hollywood came calling, and she landed a small gig on Pan Am in 2011 and also appeared in About Time in 2013. However, it was her big break in Martin Scorsese’s 2013 film The Wolf of Wall Street that truly propelled her to stardom.

At the Black Eyed Peas Wrap Party at the Palms at Crown in 2009 in Melbourne

Back in 2009, the Black Eyed Peas threw a wrap party at the Palms at Crown in Melbourne.

Seen at the 51st TV Week Logie Awards at the Crown Towers Hotel and Casino in 2009 in Melbourne

During the 51st TV Week Logie Awards held in Melbourne at the Crown Towers Hotel and Casino in 2009, Margot, while promoting her new Barbie movie, shared that playing with dolls wasn’t really her thing when she was a child. She preferred being outdoors, rolling around in the mud, instead of playing with toys indoors. Although her sister and cousins had dolls, she never really had any memorable experiences playing with them. However, when she did play with dolls, they weren’t perfect, as they were often janky and poorly cared for. In her own words, “They were all weird Barbies.”

Scroll to Top