Margot Robbie says becoming famous after 'Wolf of Wall Street' was one of her lowest moments: 'It was all pretty awful'
Margot Robbie told Vanity Fair that she considered quitting acting after finding fame.
Robbie said the period after the success of "The Wolf of Wall Street" was one of her lowest moments.
Margot Robbie said that she had a hard time dealing with fame after starring in "The Wolf of Wall Street."
After costarring with Leonardo DiCaprio in Martin Scorsese's criminal drama as Naomi Lapaglia, Robbie saw a meteoric rise to fame in 2013.
Robbie said to the magazine that she wasn't prepared for the degree of celebrity and sudden loss of her privacy.
And [my mother] just stared at me with her mouth open, saying, "Darling, I think it's too late not to."
Robbie claimed that while she has learned how to manage being a star, she still finds it difficult to deal with media attention.