She’s just like us! When Mar­got moved to Lon­don in 2014, in­stead of liv­ing in a ho­tel like most of those celeb types do, she opted to live in a shared house in Lon­don’s Clapham. Imag­ine an ac­tual Hol­ly­wood star re­ply­ing to your Spare­room ad. Amaz­ing! When she au­di­tioned for The Wolf Of Wolf Street, she re­ally wanted to stand out to di­rec­tor Martin Scors­ese. How did she man­age it? She hit old Mr Dicaprio around the face. She re­calls: ‘Marty and Leo just burst out laugh­ing. Marty says: “That was great!” Leo’s like: “Hit me again!”’ LOL. Be­fore be­com­ing an ac­tress, Mar­got worked in Sub­way – yep, the sand­wich chain – in Mel­bourne. Ac­cord­ing to the woman her­self, her spe­cial­ity was the BLT. She turned down Play­boy. Hugh Hefner tried to get Mar­got in his mag, say­ing she was ‘very, very pretty’ (he’s right). How­ever, she de­clined his in­vi­ta­tion as she’d al­ready ‘put my fam­ily through enough’. Her nick­name is Mag­got, some­thing she started be­ing called aged five at school. We can’t for the life of us work out how folk came up with that one…

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