Welcome to Elizabeth Debicki Online, your only fansite dedicated to the up and coming Australian actress. Elizabeth has starred in movies such as The Great Gatsby, The Man From U.N.C.L.E and Everest. You can also catch her in TV shows such as Rake and The Kettering Incident. Currently, she is appeared as Jed Marshall in the AMC/BBC series, The Night Manager, as well as upcoming movies Guardians of the Galaxy Vol II and The Tale. Please bookmark our site and visit often!


A small review of Elizabeth’s new play, The Red Barn, was featured in the UK newspaper, Metro. Elizabeth’s character also appeared on the front cover. I have added PDF’s of this newspaper to the gallery. Please give credit if uploaded elsewhere.

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Elizabeth appeared on the UK show, This Morning today to discuss her new play The Red Barn and also spoke about her role in The Night Manager and the small controversy Tom Hiddleston’s bottom caused. It makes for a fun interview! Watch the interview below:

I have screencaps, stills and a backstage picture to the gallery. I hope to have UHQ images in the next few days!

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Elizabeth is currently starring alongside Mark Strong in the UK play ‘The Red Barn’ and images have been released. Reviews have also been released, and I’m so happy that Elizabeth is getting very positive reviews! Below I have included links to the images (hope to have UHQ versions in the coming days):

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The following are snippets of reviews posted online.

The Australian actor has won warm praise for her “enigmatic” performance in David Hare’s new play The Red Barn.

Elizabeth Debicki, the exciting young Australian actor who first came to prominence as Jordan Baker in Baz Luhrmann’s 2013 film The Great Gatsby, has won critical praise for her performance in David Hare’s new play The Red Barn at the Lyttelton Theatre, Royal National Theatre in London.

Limelight Magazine

The acting is also brilliantly sophisticated. The cast give subtle, chilling performances which constantly have you guessing their motives, unsure of what they might do next. Mark Strong plays Donald Dodd, a Connecticut lawyer, whose old friend, Ray Sanders, died after the two men and their wives were caught in a snow storm on the way back from a New Year’s Eve party.

Radio Times

A fan was also lucky enough to meet Elizabeth at the afterparty:



Thanks to Ben King who posted these pictures on his Instagram, I have added new promotionals and stills from The Kettering Manager. Check out the gallery to view them:

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Elizabeth recently did an interview with The Guardian newspaper, which also included a photoshoot. I have added the images to the gallery, and below is a snippet of the interview.

number of competing bars have been built into the outer bulwark of the National Theatre in London, and when she emerges from rehearsals one night in September the Australian actor Elizabeth Debicki – animated, adamant, 6ft 3in – hesitates. Which bar? We circle the building together, scouting options, dismissing one place for being too quiet, another too busy. Debicki has heard a rumour about a secret actors’ drinking den hidden deep within the theatre complex. Finally, we wind up back at the quiet place, where she orders a glass of red wine. “I love that in England the choice is only ever ‘medium’ or ‘large’,” the 26-year-old says, taking a swig. Then again, she adds, who is she to talk. “In Australia, we fill swimming pools with this stuff.”

Chatting at the bar, I can understand why, whenever Debicki does a job (playing a warlord’s mistress in The Night Manager, opposite Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston, a party girl in Baz Luhrmann’s 2013 adaptation of The Great Gatsby, or an alien in the upcoming superhero sequel, Guardians Of The Galaxy) she is affectionately known as “Debicki” on set. “My first name never lasts longer than five minutes.” There is an unstuffy and clownish energy to this actor, who doesn’t like to let a sentence rest if there’s a quip to be added and who, when she talks, waves her hands about as if she’s drowning. She chews gum and fiddles constantly with her short, bleached hair, now tugging it upright, now flattening it sideways. Her exuberance might be amplified by the fact that she’s only just been let loose from a rehearsal room after nine hours’ work on a new play, but Debicki says she’s always had “an ingrained intensity, a little bit of madness”, and she puts this down to her ancestry: Polish on her father’s side, Irish on her mother’s. When I ask about the most tiring part of rehearsing, Debicki flattens her hair to one side and says, “It’s a David Hare play. The words.”

There’s not a lot more she can say about the production, she says, beyond the fact that it’s called The Red Barn, is set in 1960s New England and co-stars Mark Strong – a “psychological thriller with Hitchcockian elements”. I ask if she can give me a little preview of her New England accent. “No. Noooo. No way.” The hair gets dragged into clown-like puffs. “No.” Debicki has signed a number of non-disclosure agreements recently, she explains, mostly related to her work on Guardians Of The Galaxy, and this has made her paranoid about saying anything about anything. “You start to worry there are snipers on the tops of nearby buildings.”

Read the rest of the article here. It makes for a very interesting read, especially learning more about Elizabeth herself!


Elizabeth shall be starring in an upcoming Theatre production titled ‘The Red Barn’ in the Lyttelton Theatre, London. The play itself also stars Mark Strong,  Hope Davis, Michael Elwyn, Stuart Milligan, Anna Skellern, Oliver Wilson, Nigel Whitmey and Jade Yourell.

The synopsis is as follows:

The great detective writer Georges Simenon escaped France at the end of World War Two, and arrived in the USA to start again. With his American wife, he settled at Shadow Rock Farm in Lakeville, Connecticut. Years later, he wrote La Main, a psychological thriller set in a New England farmhouse.

David Hare has taken this novel and forged from it a startling new play that unfolds in Connecticut in 1969. On their way back from a party, two couples struggle home through the snow. Not everyone arrives safely.


The Red Barn opens on the 6th October and continues through until the 17th January. General booking sales begin on the 29th September, and you can follow this link to bookmark tickets now, however most days are already sold out!

I have added HQ images to the gallery of Elizabeth rehearsing with her co-stars:

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More great casting news for Elizabeth and her fans!

According to Variety, Elizabeth has been cast alongside Daisy Ridley in the new movie based on Peter Rabbit. Their article is as follows:

Daisy Ridley and Elizabeth Debicki have joined the cast of Sony’s live-action/animated hybrid “Peter Rabbit,” starring Rose Byrne and James Corden.

The film will be directed by Will Gluck from a screenplay by Rob Lieber with revisions by Gluck. The adaptation will be made at Animal Logic, the Sydney-based animation and visual effects production studio behind the global blockbuster “The Lego Movie.”

Gluck and Zareh Nalbandian are both attached to produce the feature, with Doug Belgrad serving as executive producer. Jodi Hildebrand of Olive Bridge and Jason Lust will also serve as executive producers.

Corden will voice Peter and Byrne will star in the live-action female lead role of Bea.

With this film, Columbia and Frederick Warne will bring Beatrix Potter’s beloved character Peter Rabbit to a new family audience. Warne has been Beatrix Potter’s publisher since its publication of “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” in 1902, and is home to the Peter Rabbit and Beatrix Potter brands.

“We at Penguin Random House UK are delighted to be working with Columbia Pictures,” said Tom Weldon, CEO of Penguin Random House UK. “As custodians of Beatrix Potter’s brand and legacy, we are excited about the opportunity this production will bring to engage a whole new audience with the world of Beatrix Potter and one of her best-loved characters, the mischievous Peter Rabbit.”

Sony Pictures Entertainment will create and execute a worldwide licensing and merchandising program for the new “Peter Rabbit,” in association with Warne.

Production on “Peter Rabbit” is due to commence in January 2017, and is set for worldwide release in April 2018. The film will be made with the support of the Australian Government through Screen Australia and Screen NSW, and in collaboration with Sony Pictures Animation. Lauren Abrahams will oversee the project for the studio.

After breaking out in “Star Wars: the Force Awakens,” Ridley has quickly begun building her resume. Besides the upcoming “Star Wars: Episode VIII,” she’s also attached to star in the YA adaptation “Chaos Walking” at Lionsgate and the supernatural drama “Kolma” at Paramount, which reteams her with J.J. Abrams. She is also set to topline “The Lost Wife” for producer Robbie Brenner.

Debicki is coming off the highly acclaimed “The Night Manager,” which recently won an Emmy for best directing for a limited series for helmer Susanne Bier, and can be seen next in Paramount’s “God Particle,” which Abrams is also producing.

Both are repped by CAA. Debicki is also being repped by United Agents.

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I have added a variety of HQ and MQ images of Elizabeth attending different events through the years. As there were so many, I have just linked the complete events gallery for you to peruse!

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I have added HQ screencaps of all episodes of The Kettering Incident. You can find them following the links below:

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This post is extremely late, but due to real life I had no time to post it. I just wanted to take the time to wish Elizabeth a very happy 26th birthday! I’m so excited for where she is in her career and I just know that she is going to be going places in the future!

Have a great day!


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