Australia has always punched above its weight in delivering star-quality talent to the world & Australian Celebrity Feet are Top Quality as well. Shape of feet is genetically determined, and australia being mix of european and rest of the world, have famous celebrities with awesome feet.
Aussies such as Oscar-winner Nicole Kidman, singing and acting legend Olivia Newton-John and actor, singer, dancer and all-round good guy Hugh Jackman have long been household names worldwide for their talent, abilities and that affable, down-to-earth quality that comes from growing up down under.
Through launching pads like TV’s Home and Away and Neighbours, and revered drama institutions such as Sydney’s NIDA, Australia has a history of nurturing its talents before seeing them shoot to worldwide stardom in movies, tv, music, or on the catwalk.
Here, are the best of the best. From a long list, we’ve culled it down to 25 of the most successful and famous Australian celebrity feet in the fields of film, music, modelling and tv celebrities. Also check out Top 50 Hollywood Celebrity Feet
Portia de Rossi Feet
Dannii Minogue Feet
Alycia Debnam-Carey Feet
Gemma Ward Feet
Nicole Trunfio Feet
Lara Worthington Feet
Rebel Wilson Feet
She had people rolling in the aisles long before she was a movie star and just a tv celebrity. The former comedian played the memorable Toula on SBS’s Pizza and had other stints on Australian TV shows, before the western Sydney girl moved to the US and landed parts in films including Bridesmaids, What to Expect When You’re Expecting and the Pitch Perfect franchise. She lives in Hollywood.
Teresa Palmer Feet
Rachel Griffiths Feet
She was relatively unknown when she was cast as Muriel’s best friend Rhonda in the classic 1994 Australian comedy Muriel’s Wedding, and Rachel Griffiths hasn’t looked back since. Her film credits include My Best Friend’s Wedding, Saving Mr Banks and Hacksaw Ridge. And she starred in the wildly popular series Six Feet Under. Rachel lives in Melbourne, Australia with husband Andrew Taylor, with whom she has three children.
Rose Byrne Feet
The Sydney-raised female actress made her Australian film debut at the age of 13 in Dallas Doll. From 1999, she appeared in a number of films, including Gregor Jordan’s Two Hands, alongside Heath Ledger, before winning her first Hollywood as a background handmaiden in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. By 2007, she was being cast regularly in Hollywood studio films and in 2009 became a blockbuster star through her role in the Nicolas Cage vehicle Knowing. Since then, she’s starred in Insidious, Bridesmaids, X Men: First Class, Neighbours and Peter Rabbit. She has two children with husband, US actor Bobby Cannavale.
Isla Fisher Feet
TV shows: Home and Away, Arrested Development, Pilot Season, Bay City, Oliver Twist, Attila, The Great Gatsby
The former Home and Away star is one of the most recognizable Australian celebs in Hollywood, having appeared in such hits as Wedding Crashers, The Great Gatsby and Now You See Me. Born in Australia (Perth), the actress has three children with husband Sacha Baron Cohen. They have homes in London and L.A.
Naomi Watts Feet
She’s come a long way since rejecting Tom Cruise for a lamb roast in a TV ad in the ’80s. Moving to the US after some Australian TV stints, she featured in several films before getting her break in the critically acclaimed David Lynch film, Mulholland Drive. Since then Watts, who has two children with ex Liev Schreiber, has starred in 21 Grams, King Kong, The Wave and more.
Toni Collette Feet
Upcoming movies: Knives Out, I’m Thinking of Ending Things
Playing the title role in Muriel’s Wedding launched Collette into a career that included starring roles in About a Boy, The Hours and Little Miss Sunshine. In 2000, she was nominated for an Oscar for her role as the anguished mother in the box office smash The Sixth Sense. She has won multiple awards, including an Emmy and Golden Globe for her role as Tara Gregson in Showtime’s United States of Tara.
Spouse: Evan Spiegel (m. 2017), Orlando Bloom (m. 2010–2013)
After catching the world’s eye as a Victoria’s Secret Angel in 2007, Miranda Kerr has become one of the world’s most-recognisable models. She has a son, Flynn with her ex Orlando Bloom, and a son, Hart, with billionaire husband Evan Spiegal.
Margot Elise Robbie is an Australian actress and film producer. She has received nominations for an Academy Award and three BAFTA Awards. In 2017, Time magazine named her as one of the 100 most influential people in the world, and Forbes featured her on its 30 Under 30 list.
Spouse: Tom Ackerley (m. 2016)
Neighbors alum Margot Robbie from Dalby, QLD stunned audiences with her performance (and flawless Brooklyn accent) in Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street in 2013 and has been a Hollywood superstar since.
In 2018, she was nominated for an Oscar for her role as Tonya Harding in I, Tonya. She lives in L.A. with husband Tom Ackerley.
Albums: Golden, Fever, Aphrodite, Kiss Me Once, Light Years,
While many stars used Neighbours as a launching pad for their acting careers, Kylie had other things in mind. After releasing her debut single “Locomotion” in 1987, Minogue went on to become one of Australia’s most successful music acts, recording hits such as “I Should Be So Lucky”, “Better The Devil You Know” and “I Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”. The Londoner’s 2018 album Golden was the singer’s 14th.
Residence: Crowborough, East Sussex, England
One of Australia’s most successful and critically acclaimed actresses, the NIDA graduate began her acting career on the stage in 1992 opposite Geoffrey Rush in the Sydney Theatre Company production of Oleanna by David Mamet. Her first film role was in Paradise Road in 1997 and by the next year she was a worldwide sensation after portraying QE1 in Elizabeth, for which she was nominated an Oscar (many critics believe she should have won, with the gong handed to Gwyneth Paltrow for Shakespeare in Love).
She’s been nominated a total of seven times for an Oscar and won twice (Blue Jasmine and The Aviator). Cate is still living in Australia (Sydney) with husband, playwright and screenwriter Andrew Upton, and their four children.
Spouse: Jeffrey Soffer (m. 2013), Gilles Bensimon (m. 1986–1989)
What hasn’t Elle MacPherson done? Born in Australia (Sydney), the former super model is a businesswoman, television host and actress. First appearing in a Tab cola ad in 1982, MacPherson went on to become part of a new generation of supermodels that included Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista and Cindy Crawford. In 1989, she appeared on the cover of Time, which labelled her “The Body”—a nickname that stuck. MacPherson has two children and reportedly now lives in the US after living for years in London.
Children: Chloe Rose Lattanzi
One of Australia’s darlings, the singer enjoyed a successful music career in the 70s, but it wasn’t until starring in the film version of the Broadway hit Grease, that the world became hopelelly devoted to the young star. Now battling breast cancer the mother of one lives with husband John Easterling in the US.
Net worth: A$183 million (2015)
Who would have thought that the redhead from the “Bop Girl” music video would rise to such heights? Following her teenage roles (remember BMX Bandits?) Kidman stole the screen in Philip Noyce’s Dead Calm, before teaming up with her future husband Tom Cruise in Days of Thunder in 1990.
By 1995, she was one of the world’s biggest movie stars with roles in To Die For and Batman Forever. Throughout her eclectic career the talented actress has seemed as comfortable in dramatic roles (The Portrait of a Lady; Rabbit Hole) as she did in the fun stuff (Bewitched, Paddington). A four-time Oscar nominee, she picked up the gong for her portrayl of Virginia Woolf in The Hours in 2002.
In 2018, she won a Best Actress Golden Globe for her role in HBO’s Big Little Lies. She lives with husband Keith Urban and their two children in homes in Australia and the US. She also shares an adopted son and daughter with ex Cruise.