Elizabeth Debicki — Australian Actress born on December 29, 1990,

Elizabeth Debicki is an Australian stage and film actress. After making her feature film debut in A Few Best Men, she appeared in The Great Gatsby and starred in Sydney Theatre Company production of The Maids, for which she received a nomination for the Helpmann Award. In 2015, Debicki starred as the villain in Guy Ritchie's film adaptation of The Man from U.N.C.L.E.... (wikipedia)

I guess the bigger you dream, the further you have to fall if you don't get it, so it can be a bit of a scary thing to be that ambitious.
I was a dancer from a young age. My parents were dancers; we were taken to a lot of ballet as children. It occurred to me that what I liked more than dancing the steps was acting the story of whatever particular performance I was taking part in.
Kissing in films, it's just another thing you have to do. It kind of becomes as technical as how to open a door, really.
Every time I see a good play or watch a good movie, I have the same feeling I had as a child of wanting to be that person on stage or wanting to run through the forest with a big dress on.
I don't have a story about an epiphany in which I suddenly realised I wanted to be an actor. It was much more a case of the idea dawning on me gradually.

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