Hollywood star Margot Robbie met producer Tom Ackerley on the set of Suite Francaise in 2013, and the two married in 2016.
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Harry Potter fan Margot Robbie ended up marrying an extra of the famous wizard’s movie.
The Hollywood actress became a staple on our screens after appearing in Wolf of Wall Street and DC’s Suicide Squad.
Margot previously discussed how much she loved Harry Potter while growing up, and in 2016, she married Tom Ackerley.
Tom, 31, played a Hogwarts student and fans might recognize him as the kid pushed by Draco Malfoy (Tom Felton).
Draco makes his way in front of him in order to get a closer look at Buckbeak in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
He also played a student in the Philosopher’s Stone and the Chamber of Secrets.
Just last year, Margot appeared on The Graham Norton Show and revealed that she is a “huge geek” for books.
She told the host: “My husband is in the Harry Potter movies. I know, I was like: ‘If you had told me sooner we were going to get married very quickly.'”
“But it was an extra as a little kid that was one of Slytherin’s extras when Draco pushed some kids out of the way to see Buckbeak in the third book. He pushed my husband out of the way.”
The couple first met on the set of Suite Francaise in 2013 and then started dating a year later.
He was the third assistant director in the war romance drama.
Tom co-founded production company LuckyChap Entertainment with his other half, Margot.
Margot and Tom worked together on Anna, Tonya where she starred as snowboarder Tonya Harding.
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Tom was one of the producers in the movie.
He was also a producer on Terminal and Dreamland – both films starring his wife – as well as Promising Young Woman.
“The idea of relationships made me want to vomit – and then this crept up on me,” she said.
“We’ve been friends for a long time. I’ve always loved him, but I thought he’d never like me. Don’t make it weird, Margot. Don’t be stupid and tell him you like him.”
“Then it happened, and I was like, ‘Of course we are together.’ It makes so much sense, in the way that nothing made sense before.”
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