Breakout project of 2013: The 23 year-old blonde from Down Under, who cut her teeth on long-running Australian soap "Neighbors" (an institution whose graduates range from Guy Pearce to Kylie Minogue), made a brief impression in Richard Curtis's time-travel romcom "About Time." Her real arrival, however, came shortly afterwards in Martin Scorsese's "The Wolf of Wall Street," in which she plays Leonardo DiCaprio's fuming trophy wife -- in a film so male-ruled that it has attracted charges of misogyny in some quarters, hers is the most flavorful female character, and her performance has drawn comparisons to Sharon Stone's Oscar-nominated work in "Casino."
What to look forward to in 2014: Well, the talk about "The Wolf of Wall Street" is only getting started, but once that dies down, we can look ahead to her sparring with Will Smith -- they play lovers in the crime comedy "Focus." On the prestige front, she has a supporting role in WWII romance "Suite Francaise," with Michelle Williams and Matthias Schoenaerts, plus crime drama "Violent Talent" with Garrett Hedlund.
- Guy Lodge