Teresa Palmer hot young
February 26, 1986
5 ft 4.5 in | 164 cm
34-24-35 in | 87-61-89 cm
58 kg | 128 pounds
7 US | 37 EU
Teresa Mary Palmer was born in Adelaide, Australia, on February 26, 1986, is an Australian hot actress and model. Young Teresa Palmer made her big screen debut in the Australian horror movie Wolf Creek (2005) in role as Extra, at the age of 17. Her breakthrough performance came as Melody in the Australian drama film 2:37 (2006), for which she was nominated for Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress. She made her Hollywood debut in American supernatural horror film The Grudge 2 (2006) in role as Vanessa Cassidy.
December Boys (2007) drama opposite Daniel Radcliffe
The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010) action fantasy with Nicolas Cage
I Am Number Four (2011) teen science fiction action thriller in role as Number Six
Take Me Home Tonight (2011) comedy romance with Anna Faris and Chris Pratt
Wish You Were Here (2012) mystery drama with Joel Edgerton
Warm Bodies (2013) paranormal romantic zombie comedy with Nicholas Hoult and Dave Franco
Love and Honor (2013) romantic drama with Liam Hemsworth
Cut Bank (2014) thriller opposite Billy Bob Thornton and Liam Hemsworth
Knight of Cups (2015) experimental drama directed by Terrence Malick
The Choice (2016) romantic drama with Benjamin Walker and Alexandra Daddario
Hacksaw Ridge (2016) biographical war drama directed by Mel Gibson
Berlin Syndrome (2017) psychological thriller drama in role as Clare
She portrayed Dr Diana Bishop in British television series A Discovery of Witches (2018).
She is a vegan.
Big fan of port Adelaide Football Club.
She married American actor Mark Webber in 2013, they have two sons.
Lives in Beachwood Canyon community of Los Angeles.
I have to not take myself too seriously and I have to realise that if it is meant to be, it will be.
I love to challenge myself.
I think, for me anyway, music and film is where you can really transport yourself to another universe.
If you're being true to who you are, and the things you believe in, that is so attractive to me.
As actors we give so much of ourselves away so I like to keep my personal life to myself.
I always have those feelings - lucky and blessed - and I don't know if they'll ever go away. I really hope they don't, as I think it keeps you grounded. That's how I feel about every film I do.