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Teresa Palmer
Teresa Palmer

Teresa Palmer Biography

Teresa Palmer (born Teresa Mary Palmer) is an actress, model, and film producer from Australia. She is best known for her role in the film “2:37,” for which she received an Australian Film Institute Award nomination for Best Lead Actress. She is best known for her role in the film “2:37,” for which she received an Australian Film Institute Award nomination for Best Lead Actress. Bedtime Stories (2008), The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (2010), and Take Me Home Tonight was among her first film roles (2011). Warm Bodies (2013), Lights Out (2016), Hacksaw Ridge (2016), and Berlin Syndrome (2016) earned her additional accolades (2017). With her husband Mark Webber, she also appeared in, co-wrote, and co-produced the drama film The Ever After (2014).

Teresa Palmer Career

Palmer first gained attention when she starred in the film “2:37” at the age of 18 and was nominated for an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Lead Actress for her portrayal of a high school girl pushed to suicidal thoughts.
Her fame earned her roles in films such as ‘Wolf Creek,’ a horror film, and ‘Restraint,’ a psychological thriller. Her performance was well-received, and she was awarded a ‘Star of Tomorrow’ by Screen International in 2006.
Her next project was the coming-of-age love film ‘December Boys,’ which was released in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia in 2007, but was a box office flop. Teresa Palmer’s career was boosted at the same time when her film “2:37” was presented at the Cannes Film Festival and garnered a standing ovation, which proved to be a watershed moment in her career.

She and Australian actresses Tahyna Tozzi and Nathalie Kelley formed Avakea Productions, which they co-founded. She was also a judge in the MTV Australia talent show in Sydney. Her Hollywood career continued with her participation in Michael Dowse’s American retro comedy ‘Take Me Home,’ which was released in 2011. The film was yet another flop at the box office. In an attempt to save her career, she starred in the music video for Eskimo Joe’s hit “Breaking Up.” She also became a brand ambassador for Sydney jeweler Jan Logan’s ‘Modern Darling’ range. She starred in the Just Jeans campaign and then became a spokesperson for Jurlique cosmetics. Her mother had a brief role in Walt Disney’s film ‘Bedtime Stories,’ in which she also appeared. With her role in the action-adventure picture ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,’ she resumed her affiliation with Walt Disney.

She honed her martial arts and stunt skills in order to land roles in the films “I Am Number Four” and “The Matrix Reloaded.” Despite the fact that her performances were praised, the films did not perform well at the box office. Her subsequent picture, ‘Bear,’ fared better and was presented at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. She became the global face of Artistry cosmetics in 2013 and acted in a number of films during that time, including ‘Wish You Were Here,’ ‘Warm Bodies,’ and ‘Love and Honour.’ She also starred in the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival premieres of ‘Cut Bank’ and ‘Kill Me Three Times.’

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‘Berlin Syndrome,’ an Australian-French psychological horror thriller, and ‘2:22,’ a science fiction film, are two of her most recent films. She also starred in the 2018 television series ‘A Discovery of Witches,’ which aired on the Sky One network.

Teresa Palmer Age

How old is Palmer? Palmer is 35 years old as of 2021. She was born on 26 February 1986 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

Teresa Palmer Education

She completed her high school at a private Catholic day school called Mercedes College, After high school, she joined the university to attend a course on teaching and journalism. However, she dropped out of college to pursue a career in acting.

Teresa Palmer Nationality | Ethnicity

What ethnicity is Teresa? she belongs to a mixed ethnicity/heritage. Teresa was born and raised, in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, she holds Australian nationality and citizenship by birth.

Teresa Palmer Height

Palmer stands at a height of  5’6″ (approx 168 cm) however, details regarding his other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We are keeping updating this information once it is out.

Teresa Palmer Family | Siblings | Parents

Teresa Mary Palmer was born to Paula Sanders and Kevin Palmer in Adelaide, South Australia. Her father was a businessman, and her mother was a missionary who had previously worked as a nurse. Her parents split in 1989 when she was three years old, and she was raised in a public housing project by her mother. Due to her mother’s financial situation and bouts of melancholy, she had a humble and difficult childhood. She has a stepmother, Kaaren Palmer, as well as two half-sisters and two stepbrothers, who lived with her father.

Teresa Palmer Husband | Married

In late 2012, Palmer began dating actor and director Mark Webber. They got engaged in August 2013 and married in Mexico on December 21, 2013. She and webbers are the parents of two sons and two girls. She is also a stepmother to Webber’s son from his previous relationship with actress Frankie Shaw. The family lives in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Beachwood Canyon.

Teresa Palmer Children

The Australian actress together with her husband Mark Webber is a proud parent to five children, two sons and two girls from them and a son from Webber’s previous relationship with actress Frankie Shaw.

Teresa Palmer Salary

Apparently, her estimated salary is still under review.

Teresa Palmer Net Worth

Teresa has a $3 million dollar estimated net worth. She has amassed a little wealth from her career as an actress and dancer.

Teresa Palmer upcoming Movies

Palmer will play the lead in the upcoming horror movie The Twin. Known for her role as Diana Bishop in A Discovery of Witches, Screen Daily reports that the Aussie actress is onboard the project as a young mother of the Scandinavian countryside who’s plagued by the violent death of one of her twins.

Teresa Palmer A Discovery of Witches

Palmer starred in the film portraying Diana Bishop with the role of a witch and tenured historian at Yale University, studying alchemy and science at the University of Oxford. The film follows Diana Bishop, a historian, and reluctant witch, who unexpectedly discovers a bewitched manuscript in Oxford’s Bodleian Library. This discovery forces her back into the world of magic in order to unravel the secrets it holds about magical beings. She is offered help by a mysterious geneticist and vampire Matthew Clairmont. Despite a long-held mistrust between witches and vampires, they form an alliance and set out to protect the book and solve the mysteries hidden within while dodging threats from the creature world.

Teresa Palmer Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies is a 2013 American paranormal romantic zombie comedy film where she starred in playing the role of Julie. The film focuses on the development of the relationship between Julie (Palmer), a young woman, and “R” (Hoult), a zombie, and how their eventual romance develops, causing R to slowly return to human form. The film is noted for displaying human characteristics in zombie characters, and for being told from a zombie’s perspective.

Teresa Palmer Light Out

Lights Out is a 2016 American supernatural horror film where Teresa starred in portraying Rebecca. In the film, a young woman must confront her childhood fears to protect her brother from a vengeful supernatural entity holding a mysterious attachment to their mother. After the short film’s success, Sandberg announced a film adaptation based on his short film. Principal photography for the film began in June 2015 in Los Angeles. Filming wrapped on August 5, 2015.

Teresa Palmer Films

  • Warm Bodies
  • Hacksaw Ridge
  • The Choice
  • Lights Out
  • Point Break
  • Berlin Syndrome
  • I Am Number Four
  • The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
  • Ride Like a Girl
  • Take Me Home Tonight
  • Bedtime Stories
  • Cut Bank
  • Message from the King
  • Love and Honor
  • Restraint
  • The Grudge 2
  • Triple 9
  • Wish You Were Here
  • December Boys
  • Quirky Girl
  • The Ever After
  • Kill Me Three Times
  • Knight of Cups
  • The Place of No Words
  • Wolf Creek
  • Parts per Billion
  • Too Legit
  • Bear