Teresa Palmer

Teresa Palmer

A portrait of Teresa Palmer

Palmer at the 2012 Australia premiere of Wish You Were Here
Born Teresa Mary Palmer
(1986-02-26) 26 February 1986
Adelaide, South Australia
Residence Beachwood Canyon, Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2005–present
Spouse(s) Mark Webber (m. 2013)
Children 2
Website www.yourzenlife.com

Teresa Mary Palmer[1] (born 26 February 1986) is an Australian actress, writer, producer and model who made her film debut in the suicide drama 2:37. She starred in the 2013 film Warm Bodies as a young woman who falls in love with a zombie, and as Rebecca in the 2016 horror film Lights Out. She has further appeared in films such as The Sorcerer's Apprentice, I Am Number Four, Take Me Home Tonight, Love and Honor, The Ever After (which she co-wrote and co-produced with her husband, Mark Webber), Kill Me Three Times, the 2015 remake of Point Break, Triple 9 and the Mel Gibson-directed war film Hacksaw Ridge.

Early life

Palmer was born and raised in Adelaide, South Australia. She is the only child of Kevin Palmer, an investor, and Paula Sanders, a former nurse and missionary. Her parents divorced in 1989 when she was three.[2] She has a stepmother, Karen Palmer, as well as two half-sisters and two stepbrothers, who lived with her father.[3][4] Palmer stated to Interview that she "came from rather humble beginnings";[5] she lived in public housing with her mother, and grew up on her father's farm in the Adelaide Hills.[2][6][7] Palmer was named after Mother Teresa by her mother, and has stated that she had a "tough upbringing" due to her mother's manic depression.[8][9]

Palmer was a student at Mercedes College, a private Catholic day school,[10] and won a local casting audition, "Search for a Movie Star", in 2003.[11] Her first acting job was dressing up as Strawberry Shortcake and Santa's Little Helper on weekends for promotions in shopping centres near Adelaide.[12][13] Palmer went to acting classes for a couple of years and appeared in a few television commercials.[9] She was a fast food attendant at Hungry Jack's in Rundle Mall in 2005, before working at clothing retailers Supré, Mambo Australia, and Cotton On.[14][15][16]

After graduating from high school, Palmer got a call from her local talent agent about appearing in a student film, 2:37.[5] The director had seen her head shot on the acting agency's website and wanted her to be in the movie. Palmer thought that she would work in an animal rescue service, and eventually open her own animal welfare agency.[17] She was accepted into university to study teaching and was taking a course on journalism, but had always dreamt of acting.[2][18] Palmer quit university to work on the film.[9]


Beginnings in Australia

Palmer had been an extra on Deck Dogz (2005), and other films shot in Adelaide.[3][19] At the age of 18, she was cast by filmmaker Murali K. Thalluri in the independent Australian film 2:37.[20] Palmer portrayed Melody in the film, a popular high school student who becomes suicidal after being impregnated by her brother.[5] She was nominated for the 2006 Australian Film Institute Award for Best/ ok Lead Actress for her performance.[21] She then signed with a talent agent in Sydney.[3] A role in Wolf Creek (2005) followed, in a pool party scene.

Palmer starred in the psychological thrillRestraint, with English actor Stephen Moyer and Calvin Klein model Travis Fimmel. Shot on location around New South Wales in mid-2005, the film was written by Dave Warner and directed by David Denneen.[22] Palmer was named an Australian "star of tomorrow" by Screen International that year.[23] She then starred in December Boys, a coming-of-age film set in the 1960s, based on a novel by Michael Noonan. She played Lucy, who has a romance with Daniel Radcliffe's character on a remote beach resort. Palmer studied Dominique Swain's performance in Lolita (1997) to capture her character's overt sexuality.[24] The film began shooting in November 2005 on the south coast of Australia.[25] It was released on 14 September 2007 in the UK and US and 20 September 2007 in Australia[26] and received mixed reviews [27] and failed at the box office.[28]

2:37 premiered at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival in Un Certain Regard selection. The film received a standing ovation, a turning point for Palmer, giving her confidence in acting as a career. The trip to Cannes lead her to meet her manager, David Seltzer, and American talent agents.[3][29] She signed with the William Morris Agency.[30]

Move to Hollywood

Palmer was cast to star with Tom Sturridge in her first American feature, Jumper, a science fiction film directed by Doug Liman. Her part was later recast when the lead characters were rewritten for older actors; her role went to Rachel Bilson.[30] Palmer was devastated from losing the role and returned to Adelaide for a few months.[9] She made her Hollywood feature film debut in The Grudge 2 in 2006, a horror sequel starring Amber Tamblyn and Sarah Michelle Gellar. Palmer described her character, Vanessa, as "the bitchy schoolgirl".[24] The Grudge 2 was released in North America on 13 October 2006 (Friday the 13th)[31] to negative reviews[32] and grossed $70 million worldwide against its $20 million budget.[33]

Palmer at The Hunger Games Sydney Premiere And Review

In early 2007, Palmer was cast as Tori Frederking in the comedy Take Me Home Tonight, starring Anna Faris, Dan Fogler and Topher Grace.[34] Set in the 1980s, the film was directed by Michael Dowse and released in March 2011.[24][35] Take Me Home Tonight received negative reviews from film critics[36] and was a box office flop, failing to recoup its $19 million budget.[37] Palmer starred in the film clip for the 2007 single "Breaking Up", by the band Eskimo Joe, shot in Newcastle. Palmer jumps into the sea with the band's singer, Kavyen Temperley.[38] Palmer relocated from Semaphore Beach in Adelaide to Los Angeles in May 2007 to further her career, and began auditioning for films. She stated that Los Angeles was "a big adjustment" and "very different" from her home in Australia.[24] She went through a period of loneliness and depression, and considered going back home until she made friends there.[9] In November 2007, Palmer was cast as the villain, Talia al Ghul, in the DC Comics superhero film, Justice League of America, alongside D.J. Cotrona, Adam Brody, Anton Yelchin, Common and Megan Gale. George Miller was set to direct the film, but it was cancelled by Warner Bros. due to script rewrite issues and the 2007–2008 Writers Guild of America strike.[39]

Palmer was the face of Sydney jeweller Jan Logan's "modern darling" collection in 2008.[15] She was picked that year by Adam Sandler from an audition tape to play his love interest in the Walt Disney Pictures children's film, Bedtime Stories.[9] She played an heiress, Violet Nottingham, starring alongside Guy Pearce and Courteney Cox. Sandler also put Palmer's mother and best friend in scenes in the film.[40] It was released on 25 December 2008 and received mixed to negative reviews[41] but grossed $212 million worldwide on its $80 million budget.[42]

Palmer won the romantic lead in Disney's The Sorcerer's Apprentice, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Jon Turteltaub. The film was based on the relevant section of the animated film Fantasia (1940), which was set to a short scherzo for orchestra by Paul Dukas, L'apprenti sorcier (The Sorcerer's Apprentice, published in 1897, and by far, the best known of Dukas' compositions), all of which were inspired by the eponymous poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.[43] Palmer stayed in Manhattan's West Village while filming for six months.[44] She played Becky Barnes, a college student who is pursued by Dave Stutler (Jay Baruchel), a physics student and apprentice to the wizard Balthazar (Nicolas Cage).[45] It was released on 14 July 2010 to mixed reviews,[46] and grossed $215 million worldwide on its big $150 million budget.[47] In July 2010, Parade Magazine listed the film #1 on its list of "Biggest Box Office Flops of 2010 (So Far)".[48]

In 2009, Palmer formed the film production company Avakea Productions, with Australian actresses Tahyna Tozzi and Nathalie Kelley. She was a guest judge on MTV Australia, for the Sydney filmmaking talent contest, Optus one80project.[49] She also filmed an ad campaign that year for the Australian jean store, Just Jeans, and became the face and spokesperson for the Jurlique cosmetics company.[2][50]

In 2011, Palmer starred in the sci-fi adventure film, I Am Number Four, alongside Alex Pettyfer and Dianna Agron. She played Number Six, one of nine aliens hiding out on Earth because her home planet was destroyed. Her character was skilled in martial arts, rode a Ducati motorcycle, and could "phase" her way through solid objects (a la The Matrix Reloaded). She went through stunt training for the role, learning to perform flips, sword fight, and do wirework. The film was adapted from a novel that was the first of a six-part series. Palmer signed on to do three movies, if the film became a franchise.[29] The film was released in theaters on 18 February 2011, and was also released in the IMAX format.[51][52] It received generally negative reviews from critics [53] and grossed $149 million worldwide.[54]

Palmer was going to star in Fury Road, a sequel to the Mad Max series by Australian filmmaker George Miller, but didn't join the cast due to scheduling conflicts.[55][56] The film was later postponed.[57] Palmer starred in the short film Bear, directed by Nash Edgerton, which competed at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival.[58]

She appeared opposite Joel Edgerton in the independent Australian drama-thriller, Wish You Were Here, directed by Kieran Darcy-Smith. The film began shooting in Sydney in November 2010, and premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.[19][59] Rotten Tomatoes has currently given this film an approval rating of 72%.[60]

She also starred in a comedic short, Quirky Girl, for the website Funny or Die, opposite Aaron Paul.[61]

Palmer starred in the 2013 zombie film, Warm Bodies, produced by Summit Entertainment, and based on a young adult novel by Isaac Marion.[62] She played Julie, a human who falls in love with a zombie (Nicholas Hoult).[63] It was released on 1 February 2013 in the United States and on 8 February 2013 in the United Kingdom. It opened to positive reviews[64] and grossed $116 million worldwide.[65] In February 2013, Palmer was announced as the "global face" of Artistry cosmetics.[66] Palmer then starred in Love and Honor with Liam Hemsworth, an independent romance filmed in mid-2011 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.[67] The film is set in the 1960s during the Vietnam War, and was released in March 2013.[68] It had a limited release on 22 March 2013, receiving negative reviews[69] and only grossed $19 thousand.[70]

In 2014, she co-starred alongside Josh Hartnett, Rosario Dawson and Penn Badgley in the romantic drama Parts per Billion. It was released on video on demand on 20 May 2014,[71] and on home video on 6 June 2014.[72] It received negative reviews from critics.[73][74] Palmer had two films that premiered at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival,[75] Cut Bank (2014) and Kill Me Three Times (2015). Both films received negative reviews from critics.[76][77] She played the love interest to Liam Hemsworth and Billy Bob Thornton's daughter in Cut Bank and an assassin in Kill Me Three Times opposite Simon Pegg, Alice Braga and Luke Hemsworth. The latter film is set to be released in 10 April 2015. She starred with Melissa Leo and Phoebe Tonkin in The Ever After, directed by her husband Mark Webber. Written by Palmer and Webber, it is a love story that explores the depths of marriage.

In 2015, she appeared in the Terrence Malick -directed film Knight of Cups, starring Christian Bale. The film premiered in the main competition section at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival in February 2015.[78] Knight of Cups has received mixed reviews from critics. It holds a 42% on Rotten Tomatoes based on twelve reviews.[79] The film is scheduled to be released on 4 March 2016, in the United States by Broad Green Pictures.[80] Palmer had a supporting role in the 2015 remake of Point Break. The film was released in the U.S. on 25 December 2015.[81] It was panned by critics.[82]

In October 2015, it was learned that Palmer would participate in a short film called Too Legit with Zoe Kravitz, Clark Gregg, Nate Corddry and Lauren Weedman.[83] This project was confirmed by the director of the film, Frankie Shaw via Twitter and Instagram and had its premiere on 23 January 2016 at the Sundance Film Festival.[84]

In 2016, she played the female lead role in the adaptation of the Nicholas Sparks novel The Choice, alongside Benjamin Walker, Tom Welling, Alexandra Daddario, and Tom Wilkinson.[85] The film premiered on 5 February 2016 and was panned by critics.[86] She appeared alongside Casey Affleck in the crime-drama heist film, Triple 9 (2016), directed by John Hillcoat. It was released nationwide on 26 February 2016.[87] It was met with mixed reviews and failed to impress at the box office.[88] Metacritic gives the film a score of 52 out of 100, based on 41 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[89] On CinemaScore, audiences gave the film an average grade of "C+" on an A+ to F scale.[90][91] Also that year, she portrayed Rebecca in the horror film Lights Out (2016).[92] She also co-starred in Hacksaw Ridge, both films received positive reviews with Palmer's performances being praised.

Upcoming roles

She will star alongside Michiel Huisman and Sam Reid in 2:22 (2016).[93]

She will also co-star in the upcoming film Message from the King opposite Chadwick Boseman, Luke Evans and Alfred Molina.[94]

Personal life

Palmer has been the co-number one ticketholder, since 2009, of the Port Adelaide Football Club, along with Australian television presenter David Koch. She is also the number one ticket holder for the Unley Mercedes Jets, a Division 1 Amateur team in the Adelaide Football League.[95] It is a tradition for clubs to recognize a prominent supporter as the number one ticketholder. Palmer went to games with the team, she spoke at functions, and performed a game-beginning coin toss.[29] Palmer began dating actor/director Mark Webber in late-2012 after contacting him via Twitter. They became engaged in August 2013,[96] and married on 21 December 2013 in Mexico.[97] They have one son together, Bodhi Rain, born on 17 February 2014.[98] In May 2016, the couple announced they are expecting their second child together.[99] Through her marriage, Palmer is also a stepmother to Webber's son Isaac Love (born circa 2008), from Webber's previous relationship with actress Frankie Shaw.[100] The family resides in the Beachwood Canyon community of Los Angeles.[101] In November 2012, Palmer and friend Phoebe Tonkin launched the health and wellness website Your Zen Life.[68]

In July 2016, Palmer was criticized for continuing to breastfeed her two-year-old son Bodhi.[102]


Palmer at the Wish You Were Here premiere at Entertainment Quarter Hoyts, Moore Park, Sydney, in March 2012
List of acting performances in film and television
Year Film Title Role Notes
2005 Wolf Creek Pool Party People
2006 2:37 Melody Nominated Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
2006 Grudge 2, TheThe Grudge 2 Vanessa Cassidy
2007 December Boys Lucy
2008 Restraint Dale
2008 Bedtime Stories Violet Nottingham
2010 Sorcerer's Apprentice, TheThe Sorcerer's Apprentice Becky Barnes Major role
2011 I Am Number Four Number Six
2011 Take Me Home Tonight Tori Frederking
2011 Bear Emelie Short
2011 Quirky Girl Claire Short
2012 Wish You Were Here Steph McKinney
2013 Warm Bodies Julie Grigio
2013 Love and Honor Candace
2014 Cut Bank Cassandra
2014 Parts per Billion Anna
2014 The Ever After Ava Producer/Writer
2014 Kill Me Three Times Lucy Webb
2015 Knight of Cups Karen
2015 Point Break Samsara
2016 Too Legit Kimmie Short
2016 The Choice Gabby Holland
2016 Triple 9 Michelle Allen
2016 Lights Out Rebecca
2016 Message from the King Kelly
2016 Hacksaw Ridge Dorothy Schutte Pending – AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role
2017 2:22 Sarah Post-production
2017 Berlin Syndrome Clare Post-production

Awards and nominations

Year Award Work Category Result Ref.
2006 Australian Film Institute Awards 2:37 Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated [21]
2011 Australian in Film Themselves Breakthrough Award (shared with Joel Edgerton and David Michôd) Won [103]
2013 Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards Wish You Were Here Best Supporting Actress Nominated [104]
2016 Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Hacksaw Ridge AACTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role Pending [105]


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