Teresa Palmer (born 26 February 1986 in Adelaide, Australia) is an Australian actress. Making her film debut in 2:37, Teresa has moved on to the American film industry with movies such as Bedtime Stories, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, and I Am Number Four. She gained prominence playing Julie in 2013's Warm Bodies, and acted alongside fellow Australian Liam Hemsworth in Love and Honor. She also starred in Lights Out and Hacksaw Ridge in 2016.
Teresa has been married to Mark Webber since 2013. They have three children.
- Wolf Creek (2005) as Pool Party People
- 2:37 (2006) as Melody
- The Grudge 2 (2006) as Vanessa
- December Boys (2007) as Lucy
- Restraint (2008) as Dale
- Bedtime Stories (2008) as Violet Nottingham
- The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010) as Becky Barnes
- I Am Number Four (2011) as Number 6
- Take Me Home Tonight (2011) as Tori Frederking
- Wish You Were Here (2012) as Steph Mc Kinney
- Warm Bodies (2013) as Julie Grigio
- Love and Honor (2013) as Candace
- Cut Bank (2014) as Cassandra Steeley
- Parts per Billion (2014) as Anna
- The Ever After (2014) as Ava (also wrote and produced)
- Kill Me Three Times (2014) as Lucy Webb
- Knight of Cups (2015) as Karen
- Point Break (2015) as Samsara Dietz
- The Choice (2016) as Gobby Holland
- Triple 9 (2016) as Michelle Allen
- Lights Out (2016) as Rebecca
- Message from the King (2016) as Kelly
- Hacksaw Ridge (2016) as Dorothy Schutte
- Berlin Syndrome (2017) as Clare Havel
- A Discovery of Witches (2018-) as Diana Bishop
Tropes associated with Teresa Palmer:
- Dyeing for Your Art: She got into great shape for I Am Number Four, working out four hours a day for three months, and learning how to fight with a sword.
- Fake American: In some of her roles.
- What Could Have Been: She was cast as Talia Al-Ghul in George Miller's Justice League: Mortal film before it was cancelled. However, she still wants to play the part and has campaigned for it in both The Dark Knight Rises and opposite Ben Affleck in the DC Extended Universe.