Margaret Qualley - Brad Pitt's new lover on screen
Margaret Qualley plays Cat - a member of the Manson family (a true sect that once operated in California in the 1960s).
Margaret is rated among the most impressive sub-characters of the film. Cat has both naive and tricky features. In the movie, the beauty (middle) repeatedly flirt with Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt).
Margaret was born in Montana state (USA) in the family with an artistic tradition. She is the daughter of Andie MacDowell - starring in “Sex, Lies, and Videotape” (1989), “Groundhog Day” (1993). Her father is Paul Qualley - a musician and model. Margaret has an older brother and an older sister working in the entertainment industry. At 14, Margaret left home to North Carolina to study ballet. After graduating, she was selected to dance at the Ballet Theater in New York and began her career as a professional dancer. In New York, Margaret fell in love with modeling, and she limited ballet to pursue a career in entertainment.
In 2011, the beauty joined the fashion week in New York, wearing the costumes of designer Alberta Ferretti. After that, Margaret was invited to collaborate with popular brands such as Chanel and Valentino. She appeared in top fashion magazines such as Vogue, W Magazine, and Nylon.
In parallel with fashion modeling, Margaret studied acting at New York University. In 2013, she first played in "Palo Alto" movie of director Gia Coppola with actor James Franco.
In June 2013, Margaret left an impression in "The Leftovers" series of HBO. In the movie, she played Jill Garvey - the unruly daughter of the two main characters. On Vogue, Margaret revealed her independent life since the age of 14 due to divorced parents to help her complete the role.
Margaret was invited by many directors in Hollywood to join action movies. She often played a beautiful, sharp role and helped the protagonists overcome difficulties. In 2016, she starred in "The Nice Guys" of Warner Bros., with stars such as Russell Crowe, Ryan Gosling, and Kim Basinger. The film was critically rated by the critics and grossed over $ 62.8 million. Margaret also starred in several Netflix film projects such as "Death Note" (2017) and "IO" (2019).
Margaret said she learned a lot when working with director Quentin Tarantino and her colleagues such as Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio. Her next project is "My Salinger Year" of director Philippe Falardeau. In September, Margaret has an opportunity to compete for the first Emmy with a supporting role in "Fosse/Verdon" series.
By: Jimmy Saunders