In 2019, Margaret Qualley emerged as the new Holywood 'It' girl.
That year, the 25-year-old received her first Emmy nomination for her role in the TV mini series Fosse/Verdon and worked alongside Quentin Tarantino in his hit film Once upon a time in Hollywood.
But while her acting career has only recently taken off, Qualley is no stranger to the spotlight.
As the daughter of Four Weddings and a Funeral star Andie MacDowell and Paul Qualley, the actress knows what it's like to grow up in the public eye.
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Most recently, she's making headlines because of her rumoured romance with Shia LaBeouf.
Here's everything we know about Margaret Qualley's life beside the spotlight.
Her transition from a ballet dancer to an actor.
Her mother may be a famous actor but Qualley wasn't always interested in a career on the big screen.
"I didn't want to act because my mum does that and… I think people often don't want to do what their parents did," she told The Hollywood Reporter last year.
Instead, Qualley began performing as a ballet dancer and attended the North Carolina School of the Arts. However, by the age of 16 she decided to quit and leave the dancing world behind.