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Thank you @mrscleanandlean for letting me rope you in to doing interviews to talk about @Lovewellearth! I know it’s not your favourite thing being on camera but you do it SO well!! How lovely to get to work with one…

Yesterday from Teresa Palmer's Twitter

"I have to not take myself too seriously and I have to realise that if it is meant to be, it will be."
Facts and Trivia

  • Birth Name: Teresa Mary Palmer
    Date of Birth: February 26, 1986
    Place of Birth: Adelaide, Australia
    Nicknames: Tez, Tezza, Fresh
    Height: 5’5 (1.67m)
    Hair Color: Blonde
    Eye Color: Blue
    Zodiac Sign: Pisces
    Parents: Kevin Palmer, Paula Sanders
    Spouse: Mark Webber (m. 2013)
    Children: Bodhi Rain Palmer (b. February 17, 2014), Forest Sage Palmer (b. December, 2016)
  • Teresa is an only child, she has two half-sisters and two stepbrothers on her father’s side.

    Named after Mother Teresa by her mother.

    Father Kevin Palmer is a former investor and her mother, Paula, was once a nurse and missionary. They divorced before Teresa’s third birthday.

    Teresa’s mother is a strict catholic, whilst her father is an atheist. She was raised a catholic and attended private catholic school, Mercedes College in her hometown of Adelaide.

    Before her acting breakthrough in 2:37, Teresa worked at fast food establishment Hungry Jack’s (Rundle Mall), and clothing retailers Supré, Mambo Australia, and Cotton On.

    Before 2:37 director Murali K. Thalluri discovered Teresa’s headshot on an acting agency website, she was working weekends for them dressed as various characters including Bugs Bunny, Strawberry Shortcake, a Christmas fairy and one of Santa’s little helpers. Teresa met with the 18-year-old director and she was cast in the film. Filming took place in her hometown of Adelaide in 2004 and the low budget production meant that she did her own hair and make-up during the shoot and also had a large input over her character’s scenes. The project screened at Cannes Film Festival in 2006 to critical acclaim, and Teresa has continually credited Thalluri and the film for kick-starting her career. She was nominated by the Australian Film Institute for Best Lead Actress for her role as Melody, a troubled teenager who falls pregnant after being raped by her own brother.

    In the opening titles of Take Me Home Tonight, Tori Frederking is seen playing volleyball in photos from a high school yearbook. Teresa played softball and netball and volleyball, as well as horse riding during her school days.

    Shortly after moving to Los Angeles, she was cast in Jumper alongside Tom Sturridge. Then, just two weeks before production was set to begin, their roles were rewritten for older, more high-profile actors. They were replaced by Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson. Teresa has admitted she was so distraught that she returned home to Adelaide to pursue a different career. She was later convinced to give Hollywood another shot by her agent

    Was previously in relationships with her Bedtime Stories and Take Me Home Tonight co-stars Russell Brand and Topher Grace.

    Confessed in a 2012 interview with Collider that her go-to karaoke song is Bill Withers’ Lean on Me.

    Is self-confessed type ENFJ in the Myers-Briggs personality test.

    A longtime fan of Port Adelaide Football Club–and is the club’s number one ticket holder. She also dated former player Stuart Dew.

    Was initially turned down for the role of Violet Nottingham in Bedtime Stories, being told she wasn’t “Paris Hilton enough” in her audition. Several weeks later, she received a call asking her to meet with Adam Sandler, who was convinced she was right for the part.

    Shortly before the release of The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Teresa returned to her former high school, Mercedes College to teach a drama class. She ran scenes from the film with students, and three weeks later, they attended a screening of the film.

    Favorite books include The Baby Book (Dr William Sears), By Myself and Then Some (Lauren Bacall autobiography), The Glass Castle (Jeanette Walls), A New Earth (Eckhart Tolle) Anatomy of The Spirit (Caroline Myss).

    In 2015, Teresa became an ambassador for Adelaide Kids Film Festival.

    Was in contention for roles later filled by Blake Lively, Alice Eve, Emma Stone and Emily VanCamp in Savages, Star Trek: Into Darkness, The Amazing Spider-Man and Captain America: Winter Soldier.

    Alongside Marin Ireland, Krysten Ritter, Alexandra Daddario, and Jessica De Gouw, Teresa was by Marvel invited to test for the title role in Netlix series Jessica Jones. The role ultimately went to Krysten Ritter.

    First met her close friend and self-confessed “soul sister” Phoebe Tonkin in 2009 at a screening in Bondi. The pair later drove to Coachella in 2011 and their friendship has grown ever since. They launched their health and wellness website, Your Zen Life in November 2012.

    Was attached to the role of Luvlee in The Lookout, the critically acclaimed film starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

    Met her now husband, Mark Webber over Twitter in 2012. They communicated about his directorial project, The End of Love and began exchanging emails and direct messages shortly after. The pair have both since stated that they believed they had found their soulmate, before even meeting each other in person. They became engaged and later married in Mexico on December 21, 2013. Their first child, Bodhi Rain was born on February 17, 2014.

    To promote her role in Nicholas Sparks adaptation The Choice, Teresa created a Spotify playlist of her favorite love songs. Tracks consisted of Beauty by The Shivers, Wicked Game by Chris Isaak, 10 Mile Stereo by Beach House, Hold U by Masta Ace Jean Grae, The Blower’s Daughter by Damien Rice, Can’t Help Falling In Love by Ingrid Michaelson, Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover by Sophie B. Hawkins, Cosmic Love by Florence + The Machine, Into Dust by Mazzy Star, Angels by The xx, All Day and All of the Night by The Kinks, Perfect Day by Lou Reed, Into My Arms by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Campfire by Jon Hopkins and This Year’s Love by David Gray.