Robbie took the opportunity and ran with it, though, turning an initially intended short stint into an impressive three-year run. Then, in 2011, she announced that she was leaving the show to try her hand at a career in America. And while her first Hollywood project, Pan Am, may have flopped, her next one did anything but.
That project, of course, was the Martin Scorsese-directed black comedy The Wolf of Wall Street. Apparently, the cinema great had wanted to hire an unknown actress for the part of Naomi Lapaglia – the wife of Jordan Belfort, played by Leonardo DiCaprio.