Mia Wasikowska hot young
October 14, 1989
5 ft 4 in | 163 cm
33-24-34 in | 84-61-86 cm
52 kg | 115 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Mia Wasikowska was born and raised in Canberra, Australia, on October 14, 1989, is an Australian hot actress. Young Mia Wasikowska began her acting career in the Australian soap medical drama All Saints in 2004. She made her big screen debut in the Australian movie Suburban Mayhem (2006) in role as Lilya. Her breakthrough performance came as Alice Kingsleigh in fantasy movie Alice in Wonderland (2010) opposite Johnny Depp, she played same role in sequel Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016).
She received Hollywood Awards Breakthrough Actress Award for her role as Joni Allgood in comedy drama film The Kids Are All Right (2010).
Defiance (2008) thriller drama opposite Daniel Craig and Liev Schreiber
Madame Bovary (2014) drama in role as Emma Bovary
Jane Eyre (2011) romantic drama with Michael Fassbender
Albert Nobbs (2011) drama romance opposite Glenn Close
Lawless (2012) crime drama opposite Tom Hardy and Shia LaBeouf
Stoker (2013) psychological thriller drama opposite Nicole Kidman
Only Lovers Left Alive (2013) drama fantasy opposite Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton
Tracks (2013) drama adventure opposite Adam Driver
The Double (2013) black comedy thriller opposite Jesse Eisenberg
Maps to the Stars (2014) satirical drama opposite Julianne Moore and Robert Pattinson
Crimson Peak (2015) gothic romance directed by Guillermo del Toro
The Man with the Iron Heart (2017) thriller action with Rosamund Pike and Jason Clarke
Damsel (2018) western comedy opposite Robert Pattinson
She is an avid photographer.
She started training as a ballerina at the age of nine.
Dated actor Jesse Eisenberg (2013-2015).
Lives in Sydney, Australia.
I think I have a reputation for being quite shy, but I don't think I'm too shy. I guess I lived in a bit of a fantasy space in my mind.
I don't consider myself a starlet or a Hollywood person.
As an actor you have to wait for someone to cast you, so you're relying on the business.
I've been honoured to portray such intelligent and sophisticated roles.
Fame is useful in certain ways, because it helps you get more roles.
Often, if I read a story and I'm moved, I have an understanding for a character and I don't really know why.
All the time that I'm acting with an animated character, I'm looking at a tennis ball or sticky tape or an eyeline or a man in a green suit. There's no real environment, just this electric green that's blaring into your brain.
It's never been about the blockbusters and making a huge ton of money. It's always been about wanting to do projects about the things that I think are important to be out there, because there's a lot of stuff that probably doesn't need to be.