Sarah Margaret Qualley is a famous Hollywood American actress. She was born on 23 October 1994. Her mother is a famous actress Andy McDowell and his father Paul Qualley is also ex. model. Qualley began her career as a model in her youth, trained as a ballerina. Qualley made her acting debut with a small role in the drama film Palo Alto (2013). She rose to fame with the role of a troubled teenager she played in the famous television series The Leftovers (HBO Television 2014–2017).
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Fosse/Verdon starred as a dancer in 2019 miniseries (FX biographical) that was also praised by critics, who were nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for the role.
- The Nice Guys-2016
- Death Note – 2017
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) and
Starred in the video game Death Stranding.
In 2021, he starred in the acclaimed Netflix miniseries Made, for which he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.
Margaret Qualley early life and education
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Sarah Margaret Qualley was born on 23 October 1994 in Montana. Her parents are Andie McDowell (model and actress)- the eldest daughter of Paul Qualley(former model). Justin (older brother) and Rainey (older) are sisters.
Qualey’s family spent some of their early years on a farm in Montana. Her family moved to Asheville, North Carolina when Margaret Qualley was only 4 years old. When Qualley was 5 years old, her parents divorced. But Qualley parents lived only 5 kilometers away. So Qualley went to both equally. Her family home with McDowell is located in North Carolina, where she has a full-fledged family.
As a teenager growing up in Asheville, North Carolina, she and her sister were both budding, and Qualley made her debut at the Bal des Debutantes in Paris. She left home at the age of 14 to attend the North Carolina School of the Arts, where she studied dance. She trained as a ballerina, earned an apprenticeship at the American Ballet Theater, and studied at the Professional Children’s School in New York. However, at the age of 16, after being offered an apprenticeship with the North Carolina Dance Theater Company, Qualley decided to give up dancing. To live in New York, she began working as a model. During this period, Qualley says: “I texted my mom saying: ‘Look, I don’t think I want to be a dancer anymore so I’m going to leave ballet and stay here. I have this and this’ Income will be there next week.’ I put it in a way that she couldn’t refuse because I was too organized.” Qualley later turned his attention to acting and attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Summer Program in London. Qualley attended New York University but left after one semester for acting roles.
In 2011, Qualley made her modeling debut at the age of 16 by walking for Alberta Ferretti during New York Fashion Week.  She modeled for Valentino and Chanel during Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012. She walked for the channel again during the Fall/Winter 2012 show. Qualley has posed for publications such as Vogue, W, Teen Vogue, Interview, Vanity Fair, and Nylon. Qualley appeared in the Ralph Lauren Fall/Winter 2016 print campaign, shot by Steven Meisel.
Qualley first appeared on screen in 2013, playing a small role in Gia Coppola’s film Palo Alto. She got the part because she had gone to meet her then-boyfriend, Nat Wolff, on the sets.
In June 2013, Qualley has cast as a series regular on the HBO television series The Leftovers. Qualley reprised her role as Jill Garvey for the second and third seasons after The Leftovers in 2015 and 2017, respectively.
In April 2016, Kweli was announced to join the cast of Shawn Christensen’s The Vanishing of Sydney Hall. The film premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival along with another of her films, Novelette. In the novelette, Qualley stars as Sister Kathleen, a young woman who begins to question her faith while training to be a nun. The film was released on October 27, 2017. That same year, Qualleystarred in Death Note, directed by Adam Wingard.
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In 2018, Qualley appeared in Donnybrook, directed by Tim Sutton and co-starring Jamie Bell and Frank Grillo. The film premiered at the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival.
In 2019, Qualy starred in the Netflix science-fiction film Io. The film was directed by Jonathan Halpert and was released on January 18, 2019. She played Sam Walden, an abandoned post-cataclysmic teenager on Earth as one of the last survivors on the run to find a cure for her poisoned home. The world leaves him stranded before the final shuttles to a faraway human space colony from the planet.
Also in 2019, Kweli played Mary Dalton in the HBO adaptation of Rashid Johnson’s Native Son. In 2019, Qualy also portrayed actress and dancer Ann Rinking in the FX miniseries Fosse/Verdon, for which she received Primetime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie and in a Critics’ Choice Movie/Miniseries. Television Award for Best Supporting Actress. She then appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as a member of the Manson family named Pussycat. For the film, Qualy was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, along with the rest of the cast. She starred alongside Kristen Stewart and Jack O’Connell in Seberg. Directed by Benedict Andrews.
In 2020, Qualy starred in Wake Up, a short film directed by Olivia Wilde, and in the feature My Salinger Year, opposite Sigourney Weaver and directed by Philippe Falardo, which had its world premiere at the Berlin International Film Festival 2020 in February.
In 2021, Qualy starred in the mini-series Made for Netflix based on Stephanie Land’s memoir.
Qualley next in the psychological thriller A Head Full of Ghosts, directed by Scott Cooper; and will star in The Stars at Noon alongside Joe Alwyn, directed by Claire Dennis.
In other media
In 2015, Kwali appeared in the short promotional film L’American for the American fashion label Tory Burch. In 2016, Kweli appeared as the central character in an advertisement for Kenzo World directed by Spike Jonze; Choreographed by Ryan Heffington, Qualy used his training in classical ballet to greatly improvise the dance routine. Kwali and her sister Rainey appeared in the music video for Soko’s 2017 single “Sweet Sound of Ignorance”.
On May 29, 2019, it was revealed that Kwali would play “Mama” in Hideo Kojima’s PlayStation 4 game Death Stranding. She also played Mama’s twin sister Locke in the game.
As of November 2019, Kweli lives in New York. Kwali formerly lived in Los Angeles with her sister, Renee, with whom she shares a dog named Bux. Kweli describes her sister as “my idol, my best friend in the whole world”. In August 2019, she began dating Pete Davidson. The couple broke up on October 17, 2019. She began dating actor Shia LaBeouf in 2020, after she co-starred in her sister Renee’s short film music video “Love Me Like You Hate Me”. Qualy received criticism in December 2020 when they went public as a couple shortly after LaBeouf’s ex-girlfriend FKA Twigs filed a sexual battery and assault lawsuit against him. The relationship reportedly ended in January 2021, and in September Qualy told Harper’s Bazaar that she believed the FKA Twigs allegations.