Margot Robbie reveals husband Tom Ackerley’s secret past in the Harry Potter films


Hollywood star Margot Robbie reveals husband Tom Ackerley’s secret past in the Harry Potter films


Hollywood actress Margot Robbie has revealed her husband Tom Ackerley was in 2004’s Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.   

The I, Tonya star made the admission on The Graham Norton Show, where she revealed he was in the film.    

‘My husband is in the Harry Potter movies,’ she told the veteran host Norton.

Past: Hollywood star Margot Robbie has reveals husband Tom Ackerley’s secret past in the Harry Potter films where he was an extra in Prisoner of Azkaban. Here: Beverly Hills, 2018

‘I know, I was like, ‘Had you told me sooner we would’ve been married very quickly.’

Tom starred as an extra in the film with him a student at beloved Hogwarts. He was ruthlessly pushed out of the way by Draco in blink-and-you’ll-miss-it-scenes.  

Margot went on to explain: ‘He was an extra. When he was a little kid, he was one of the Slytherin extras. When Draco pushes some kids out of the way to see Buckbeak in the third book, he pushes my husband out of the way.’   

That's him! Tom was pushed aside by Draco Malfoy, played by Tom Felton, during one scene, with the UK star just a kid in the film

That’s him! Tom was pushed aside by Draco Malfoy, played by Tom Felton, during one scene, with the UK star just a kid in the film

Margot has been open about her obsession with the Harry Potter franchise.

In 2016, the two-time Oscar nominee revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! she once got a pair of glasses to look like The Boy Who Lived.

She shared an old photo of herself as a 13-year-old, tucked into bed while reading Harry Potter, and admitted she’d lied about her vision to get the spectacles.  

Super fan: In 2016, the two-time Oscar nominee revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! she once got a pair of glasses to look like The Boy Who Lived

Super fan: In 2016, the two-time Oscar nominee revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! she once got a pair of glasses to look like The Boy Who Lived

‘I’m drinking a cup of tea, I’m in bed, I’m really enjoying myself reading Harry Potter, I have braces, which I had for two years, I was really into slicking my hair back – God knows why – and I’m wearing glasses, which I didn’t actually need.’

‘I have 20/20 vision, and I lied to get glasses!’ she added.

‘Really, why?’ Jimmy asked in amazement, to which Margot replied: ‘So I could look like Harry Potter!’ 

That's dedication! Margot wore glasses when she was a child, even though she isn't short-sighted, simply because she wanted to look like Harry Potter

That’s dedication! Margot wore glasses when she was a child, even though she isn’t short-sighted, simply because she wanted to look like Harry Potter

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