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Teresa Palmer Wiki Biography
Teresa Mary Palmer, born on the 26th of February 1986, is an Australian actress, producer, and writer, who became famous for her movies “2:37”, “Warm Bodies” and “Love and Honor”.
So how much is Palmer’s net worth? As of early 2017, based on authoritative sources it is reported to be $1.5 million, acquired from her years working as an actress in Australia and US which began in 2005.
Born in Adelaide, South Australia, Palmer is the daughter of Kevin Palmer, who worked as an investor, and Paula Sanders, who is missionary. Her parents divorced when she was only three, and she lived with her mother in public housing, while her father remarried. During her younger years, Palmer studied at Mercedes College, a private Catholic school in Adelaide. Later, she also took acting classes while working as a service crew at fast food outlet Hungry Jacks, and also at clothing stores such as Cotton On and Supre.
Palmer’s career in movies started right after high school, when her agent called her saying that she had been cast in the movie “2:37”. She was supposed to pursue a degree in teaching, but decided to forego university and focus on the movie. In the film, she played the role of Melody, a girl who is impregnated by her own brother, and became suicidal. Her performance in the film garnered a nomination in the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Lead Actress, and the success of the film at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival in 2006 opened the doors of opportunity in her career, as well as being the basis of her net worth.
After the success of “2:37”, Palmer starred in other Australian movies including “Restraint” and “December Boys”, and appeared in a minor role in “Wolf Creek” She later made her debut in Hollywood when she became part of the horror movie “The Grudge 2”. Despite the movie receiving negative reviews, it became the start of her career in Hollywood.
Other prominent films that Palmer made in Hollywood also included “Bedtime Stories”, “I Am Number Four”, “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”, “Love and Honor”, “Take Me Home Tonight”, “Cut Banks”, Kill Me Three Times”, “Knight of Cups” and “Warm Bodies”. Her movies might not all be successes, but they all helped her career and rising net worth.
Aside from acting, Palmer is also partnered with various brands to be their ambassador. Some of the companies she has worked with include Just Jeans and Artistry cosmetics.
Today, Palmer is still active in acting, with her most recent films including “Lights Out”, “Point Break”, “Message from the King” and “Hacksaw Ridge”.
In terms of her personal life, Palmer has been married to actor and director Mark Webber since 2013, and together they have two children, Bodhu Rain and Forest Sage. The two also worked together in the movie “The Ever After”, in which she starred and wrote the film, while Webber directed it. Her future appears very bright.
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Teresa Palmer Quick Info
|Full Name||Teresa Palmer|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||February 26, 1986|
|Place Of Birth||Adelaide, South Australia, Australia|
|Height||5 ft 5 in (1.67 m)|
|Profession||Actress, Model, Film Producer, Writer|
|Education||Mercedes College, Catholic school in Adelaide|
|Spouse||Mark Webber (m. 2013)|
|Children||Bodhi Rain Webber, Forest Sage Palmer|
|Parents||Paula Sanders, Kevin Palmer|
|Nicknames||Teresa Edwina Palmer , Tezza , Teresa Mary Palmer , Tez|
|Awards||Australian in Film – Breakthrough Award (2011), Maui Film Festival – Rising Star (2015)|
|Nominations||AACTA Award for Best Lead Actress, AACTA International Award for Best Supporting Actress (2017), BloodGuts UK Horror Awards (2016), Australian Film Institute Awards (2006)|
|Movies||“2:37”, “Warm Bodies”, “Love and Honor”, “Restraint”, “December Boys”, “The Grudge 2”, “The Ever After”, “Wolf Creek” (2005)|
|TV Shows||“A Discovery of Witches” (2018)|
Teresa Palmer Quotes
- I always thought I wouldn’t want to be pregnant at my wedding. But I love it. It’s beautiful to know our baby was there with us. And I’ve never really been that traditional.
- [on Mel Gibson] He is really a special person. He is such a huge talent, he is a genius, an eccentric genius who knows exactly what he wants and what his vision is. I’m so inspired working with him because he is definitely getting the best out of everyone, and that is exciting.
- Adelaide, it’s now called Radelaide, because it’s so ‘Rad’!
- There seems to be a real movement towards gender equality in our industry. It’s about time, it’s really exciting and it’s very much needed. I have noticed it personally. I have a child, many moons back that could hinder your career and now I feel like it has just added to my career. I have never worked so much since I have had my son. They just embrace the fact that I am a mother now and they just write it into all of my roles, it’s really just an amazing climate right now. (December 2015)
- [on filming Hacksaw Ridge (2016) and Berlin Syndrome (2017) at the same time] They are different characters. And I feel like that is easier. I’m glad they’re not too similar. I play a woman, taken captive dealing with Stockholm syndrome in Cate Shortlands movie. It’s a dark sexual role and then I go into this very innocent character, who is just falling in love with her man in Hacksaw. They are opposite experiences but equally wonderful.
- [on Kristen Stewart] I have been recognized as her on the street, and I’ve just gone ahead and signed her name. I’ve been like “You know what, whatever, I’m just gonna sign her name”, because the person was so crazy excited and so I decided to just go along with it. I’ve only done it once [though]. Usually I’ll be like, “Oh, I’m sorry to disappoint you! You actually wouldn’t know who I am”, but whatever, I can totally pretend to be her!
- [on collaborating with Terrence Malick] It really just changed the way I saw film. I could understand there are boundless possibilities in this world.
- [on the differences between working in the US and Australia] It’s almost more competitive in Australia because there are far fewer projects and many, many, many talented actors all vying for these rolls. We maybe only make 10 movies a year–and five of them are decent. It’s quite sad, so when we run out of roles in Australia, we flock over [to] the United States, but luckily for us Aussies we’ve had amazing Aussie actors come before and sort of pave the way, like Naomi Watts and Nicole Kidman.
- [on fellow Australian Nicole Kidman] She was just lovely, and really endearing, and offered me some words of wisdom. She told me to be picky. She was like, “Oh, you do one big film. Don’t get too carried away. Take your time. Be selective with the roles that you take.” And she said, “Your career’s defined by the things you say no to.” Which is really interesting, and I’m really trying to do that at the moment.
- [on why she turned down her original plans of becoming a journalist] I always wanted to be a TV presenter. There’s a show back home called “Getaway”, which is all these beautiful girls, and they go to all these incredible places around the world, and they report from these places. They get to go on holidays, and also get to be a TV presenter. So I thought it looked like glamorous work, and I started studying journalism to try to get into that area. But it was maybe three or four months into the journalism that I got a call–this director said, “I want you to be in my movie”. It kind of went from there. I’ve been in whirlwind ever since, and I never got to doing journalism.
- [on I Am Number Four (2011) not getting a sequel] It was really disappointing because I poured my heart into that character and I was so excited by the sequel–“The Power Of Six”–in which I had so much more to do.
- [on returning to the Australian film industry for the first time in six years] I’ve carved my path in America doing these big movies and I was switching it up by moving between genres. But I was missing that sense of collaboration you get on these smaller, local movies.
- [on not starring in Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)] I have made my peace with letting that opportunity go. The character I was to play in “Fury Road” is very similar to Six (I Am Number Four (2011)) in a way, so I feel like I have played her before.
- [on working with Terrence Malick] It was definitely guerrilla-style filmmaking and I don’t know if I can touch having that experience ever again. And by the way, I don’t even know if I am going to make the final film, but being around Malick was absolutely enough for me.
- You never know when the next up-and-comers will be in the spotlight so people forget you. There’s no guarantees.
- I was earning like $100 a week a year ago, so this is money I never expected to earn! But I am trying not to listen to the hype or listen to my own media because you can’t go through it like that.
Teresa Palmer Important Facts
- Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 30, a son named Forest Sage Palmer on December 12, 2016. Child’s father is her husband, Mark Webber.
- She is a vegan.
- Has stated that she had a tough upbringing due to her mother suffering from Bipolar disorder.
- She is the only child of her parents’ marriage although she has two half-sisters and two stepbrothers from her father’s second marriage.
- Lived in public housing with her mother and on her father’s farm throughout her childhood.
- Her first acting job was dressing up as Strawberry Shortcake and Santa’s Little Helper on weekends for promotions in shopping centers near Adelaide.
- Has three credits on The Ever After (2014); She starred in it and the film marked her debut as a screenwriter as well as a producer.
- Her religious mother named her after Mother Teresa, the Albanian Roman Catholic religious sister and missionary.
- She was cast as “Talia Al Ghul” in George Miller’s “Justice League: Mortal” film in 2007, but it was eventually canceled.
- One of her life goals is to own her own organic farm.
- Hosted the premiere of her film The Ever After (2014) in her hometown of Adelaide, Australia.
- Has a fear of being in the ocean. She had to overcome it while filming an underwater scene for Point Break (2015) that required her to stay below the surface for hours.
- She was set to appear in “Skum Rocks!” a rock musical starring Kevin Bacon and Matthew Broderick, but the film was shelved. It would have marked her first time starring in a musical.
- Her wedding dress was a custom Pallas Couture lace gown.
- Christian Bale mistook her for a real-life stripper on the set of Knight of Cups (2015). During filming, director Terrence Malick would spontaneously pair Bale up with anything from actual actors to random people on the street. Palmer portrays a stripper in the film and the two of them first met at the strip club where filming took place. Here Palmer spontaneously told him a convincing back-story for her character. Admittedly, Bale didn’t realize she was an actress, and not a professional stripper, until he recognized her face on a movie billboard a week after he filmed the scene with her.
- Keeps her native accent in I Am Number Four (2011) to emphasize the global scope of the movie.
- Worked on Hacksaw Ridge (2016) and Berlin Syndrome (2017) at the same time, in the city of Melbourne, Australia.
- Campaigned for a part in The Dark Knight Rises (2012).
- Her step-son is a school classmate of Casey Affleck’s child. Affleck and Palmer co-stars in Triple 9 (2016) and hereby knew each other well before they worked together.
- Two of her films went through an excessive post-production. First, Take Me Home Tonight (2011) began filming in 2007, but was released four years later. Secondly, she began filming Knight of Cups (2015) in 2012, but was withheld from a US release until 2016.
- Grew up in the same city as Sia.
- Was pregnant while filming Kill Me Three Times (2014). However, her character was not meant to be expecting, so the camera and her wardrobe had to be installed to cover the bump.
- Her father is a passionate collector of model trains. Because of this, the biggest train-set in Australia was located in her childhood home.
- Good friends with fellow Australian Luke Hemsworth, whom she co-starred with in two films; Love and Honor (2013) and Cut Bank (2014).
- Has a remarkable total of 10 movies set to be released in the US, within 9 months of each other; From December 2015 to September 2016. Two of the films are set to open the same month; The Choice (2016) and Triple 9 (2016).
- In 2015, she was named Patron of the Kid’s Film Festival of Adelaide, the city in which she was raised. The event is primarily aimed at filmmakers 18 years and under, with submissions of films under 10 minutes accepted.
- Was considered for the part of ‘O’ in Savages (2012), eventually played by Blake Lively.
- Worked as an extra on Deck Dogz (2005).
- Her mom made a cameo appearance in Bedtime Stories (2008), by Adam Sandler’s request.
- Provided the first on-screen kiss for Daniel Radcliffe when they co-starred in December Boys (2007). It was the last scene filmed on the production, which wrapped at 4am in the morning on Christmas Eve.
- She and future husband got engaged on the set of The Ever After (2014), in which they portray a conflicted married couple.
- Her first post-pregnancy part was the psychically demanding role in Point Break (2015), filmed in 10 countries across 4 continents.
- Received her first award, “The Rising Star Award”, at 2015 Maui Film Festival.
- Gave birth to her 1st child at age 27, a son named Bodhi Rain Palmer on February 17, 2014. Child’s father is her husband, Mark Webber.
- She has twice missed out on working with fellow Australian George Miller. First, she was cast in his doomed “Justice League” project, and later she was cast in Mad Max: Fury Road (2015), but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.
- Has a stepson – Isaac Love Shaw (born 2008).
- (December 21, 2013) Married her boyfriend of 15 months Mark Webber, following a four-month-long engagement.
- Friends with Phoebe Tonkin.
- Auditioned for the role of Dr. Carol Marcus in Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), which went to Alice Eve.
- She was considered for a role in Nash Edgerton’s The Square (2008), but the role was written out before casting began. She did eventually work with Edgerton on the short film Bear (2011).
- Her favorite movie is the fantasy film A Little Princess (1995).
- Is often confused with Kristen Stewart.
- Had pet kangaroos back home in Australia. Her father raised kangaroos. The names of her three kangaroos were Charlie, Radar and Tippi.
- She went through three months, four hours a day, six days a week of exercises prior to filming I Am Number Four (2011). It included training for sword work, flips, sword fighting, wire work. She also learned to ride a Ducati motorbike.
- Is a longtime fan of the Port Adelaide Football Club.
- Was considered for roles in two superhero films; Emma Stone’s role as Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012), and Emily VanCamp’s part as Kate in Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014).
- Was discovered on the street and cast in 2:37 (2006) without an audition and without ever having acted before.
- Has the same publicist as Nicole Kidman.
- When she first auditioned for Bedtime Stories (2008), she was told she wasn’t “Paris Hilton” enough to play the role, but Adam Sandler felt she was right for the role.
- Described her character in The Grudge 2 (2006) as the “bitchy” school girl.
- Used to work at Cotton On retail store.
- Her role in The Grudge 2 (2006) was originally written for Vanessa Lengies, who turned it down to work on another movie.
- Was originally cast in Jumper (2008) but the director and producers later decided they wanted to cast a famous actress in the part and the role was given to Rachel Bilson.
Teresa Palmer Filmography
|Triple 9||2016||Michelle Allen||Actress|
|Knight of Cups||2015||Karen||Actress|
|Kill Me Three Times||2014||Lucy Webb||Actress|
|Cut Bank||2014||Cassandra Steeley||Actress|
|The Ever After||2014||Ava||Actress|
|Parts Per Billion||2014||Anna||Actress|
|Love and Honor||2013||Candace||Actress|
|Wish You Were Here||2012/I||Steph McKinney||Actress|
|Take Me Home Tonight||2011||Tori Frederking||Actress|
|I Am Number Four||2011||Number 6||Actress|
|The Sorcerer’s Apprentice||2010||Becky||Actress|
|Bedtime Stories||2008||Violet Nottingham||Actress|
|The Grudge 2||2006||Vanessa||Actress|
|Wolf Creek||2005||Pool Party People||Actress|
|Message from the King||2016||Kelly||Actress|
|Hacksaw Ridge||2016||Dorothy Schutte||Actress|
|Untitled Happiness Documentary||Documentary producer post-production||Producer|
|The Ever After||2014||producer||Producer|
|The Ever After||2014||Writer|
|The Motivation||2013||Documentary special thanks||Thanks|
|Made in Hollywood||2010-2016||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|MTV Fandom Awards||2016||TV Movie||Herself – Presenter||Self|
|The Talk||2016||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Today||2016||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Conan||2013-2016||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Access Hollywood Live||2015||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Last Call with Carson Daly||2015||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson||2011-2013||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|The Screen Junkies Show||2013||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Metacafe Unfiltered||2013||TV Series short||Herself||Self|
|El hormiguero||2011||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Attack of the Show!||2011||TV Series||Herself / Herself – Actor, I Am Number Four / Herself – Actor||Self|
|Up Close with Carrie Keagan||2007-2011||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Rotten Tomatoes Show||2010||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The Movie Loft||2009||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Australia Unites: The Victorian Bushfire Appeal||2009||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|The Grudge 2: Ready When You Are Mr Shimizu||2007||Video documentary short||Herself||Self|
|The 2006 Australian Film Institute Awards||2006||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Extra||2016||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
Teresa Palmer Awards
|2017||AACTA International Award||AACTA International Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Hacksaw Ridge (2016)||Won|
|2017||AACTA Award||Australian Film Institute||Best Lead Actress||Hacksaw Ridge (2016)||Won|
|2016||AACTA Award||Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards||Best Lead Actress||Hacksaw Ridge (2016)||Won|
|2013||FCCA Award||Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Wish You Were Here (2012)||Won|
|2006||AFI Award||Australian Film Institute||Best Lead Actress||2:37 (2006)||Won|
|2017||AACTA International Award||AACTA International Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Hacksaw Ridge (2016)||Nominated|
|2017||AACTA Award||Australian Film Institute||Best Lead Actress||Hacksaw Ridge (2016)||Nominated|
|2016||AACTA Award||Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards||Best Lead Actress||Hacksaw Ridge (2016)||Nominated|
|2013||FCCA Award||Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Wish You Were Here (2012)||Nominated|
|2006||AFI Award||Australian Film Institute||Best Lead Actress||2:37 (2006)||Nominated|