TERESA PALMER (Julie) who was named in 2005 as one
of Australia's 'Stars of
Tomorrow' by Screen International, first caught the attention of
audiences worldwide with her
leading role in, 2:37, an Australian independent film that screened to
acclaim at both the Cannes
Film Festival in 'Un Certain Regard' and the Toronto Film Festival.
The Australian Film Institute
nominated Palmer as Best Actress for her complex portrayal of a high
school student with a dark
Palmer will next be seen in the 1960s period drama LOVE AND HONOR opposite Liam
Hemsworth. She was recently seen in the Australian thriller WISH YOU
WERE HERE starring
alongside Joel Edgerton. Additionally, she recently wrapped production
on Terence Malick’s
KNIGHT OF CUPS starring alongside Christian Bale as well as PARTS PER
BILLION starring alongside Josh
Hartnett and Rosario Dawson.
She also starred in Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg's I AM NUMBER
Dianna Agron and Alex Pettyfer; Relativity Media's 80's coming-of-age
comedy TAKE ME HOME TONIGHT opposite Topher Grace and Anna Faris; Jon
Turteltaub's THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE for
Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Walt Disney Pictures opposite Nicolas Cage
and in Adam
Shankman's comedy BEDTIME STORIES opposite Adam Sandler. Her
additional film credits
include DECEMBER BOYS starring opposite Daniel Radcliffe and RESTRAINT
opposite Stephen Moyer.
Palmer was awarded the 2011 Australians in Film Breakthrough Award, commending
the level of success she has already garnered in her young career.
Beyond her acting pursuits,
she has also segued into working behind the camera as a director,
writer and producer
developing both features and documentaries. She also started a health
and wellness blog called
YOURZENLIFE.com with her friend, actress Phoebe Tonkin.
Palmer was born in Adelaide,
Australia and currently resides in Los Angeles, California.