Margot Robbie has revealed that Neighbours producers thought she was a tad too Australian when she first joined the show.
During a chat with news.com.au to promote her latest movie, Peter Rabbit, the Oscar nominated actor recalled how she used to have a "bogan" accent and said the producers did not love it.
"When I was on Neighbours they hired a dialect coach to make me sound less Australian even though I was still playing an Australian character," Robbie said.
Robbie landed a role on Neighbours in 2008 despite the fact she felt her audition was terrible.
Convinced she'd blown her big chance, the actor took off overseas right after the audition.
"I went to Canada to go snowboarding with my boyfriend," she told the Herald Sun.
"I didn't give it a moment's thought. I thought I'd done a really bad audition, so I just walked out and thought, 'Oh well'.
"But you know, you get one phone call and it changes your life.
"We'd been in Canada for two days and I got that call and I sort of said, 'Bye, I guess I'm leaving for home'.
"But I did manage one day of snowboarding."
Robbie, who grew up on the Gold Coast hinterland, played Donna Freedman on Neighbours until 2011 and was nominated for two Logies for her work on the soap.
She left the show to pursue stardom in America and in case you've been living under a rock for the past few years, she absolutely achieved her goal.