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Nominated for the Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best Leading Actress for the acclaimed horror film The Loved Ones as the character Lola Stone, she is an actress of the stage and screen whose other film credits include 48 Shades, The Code, and Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. She landed a starring role as Eva in AMC’s Hell on Wheels in 2011.
She graduated from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 2004.
She won the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Supporting Performer for her role as Stella Kowalski in the Sydney Theatre Company production of A Streetcar Named Desire. She was nominated for for Best Supporting Actress at the Sydney Theatre Awards for her portrayal of Honey in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.
She was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
She starred alongside Cate Blanchett and Joel Edgerton in the production of A Streetcar Named Desire.
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What appealed to me about ‘The Loved Ones’ script was that it had this really theatrical element to it. I thought that the scope of this character is so broad, and there is so much fun to be had playing a crazy teenage loner. It was a great way to explore the delusions a mind can create.Robin McLeavy
I didn’t actually have a prom. In Australia, we call them ‘socials,’ which is hilarious. I did always find them pretty awkward, because I went to an all-girls school.Robin McLeavy
I love period dramas and language, but I love comedy as well.Robin McLeavy
I have a background in theater. At the time I read ‘The Loved Ones’ script, I was playing Catherine the Great of Russia onstage. Straight after that, I played Stella in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ and Isabella in ‘Measure for Measure.’Robin McLeavy
When you take a character seriously, there’s more room for comedy because you’re not aware of how absurd you are.Robin McLeavy