She's had six-figure sum roles in The Wolf of Wall Street, The Legend of Tarzan, Suicide Squad and I, Tonya, her first acting gig in Australian soap Neighbours, and access to the most covetable haute couture fashions and jewellery money can buy.
So, you'd be forgiven for thinking Margot Robbie might have lost sight of what it means to count the pennies when your salary comes in at the end of the month.
However, the 27-year-old (and ELLE US February cover star) has just revealed her fondest memory of her career isn't the star-studded parties and award nominations, but dates back to when she was just a teenager.
In an exclusive interview with ELLE, the actress admits: 'When I got to New York for the first time, I took my first paycheck, walked straight into Tiffany's on Fifth Avenue, and bought an airplane charm that goes on my bracelet. It was the best feeling ever. I got my little blue box, and I got it for myself.'
With a career spanning almost a decade, the Australian - who got married to her long-term boyfriend, director Tom Ackerley last year in Byron Bay - admitted that she's finally ready to make a career change.
'I still love acting. But I've spent the last 10 years on a film set, and I realised that if I am pouring my heart and soul into a film, I want to be one of those voices in the conversation making decisions,' she says.
This might explain why the star launched her own production company LuckyChap Entertainment with her British beau.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the company has already sold a two-year-old deal with Warner Bros and sold her first project, a drama about Wall Street called Shattered Glass, to NBC. LuckyChap also recently sold to Hulu a comedy starring Kat Dennings called Dollface.
And while Robbie might not have any intention on leaving the film industry just yet, she does have her eyes firmly fixed on picking up a new - and rather bizarre - skill.
'I recently bought fire-twirling poles, because I really want to get good at it,' she reveals. 'When I was backpacking in the Philippines, there were heaps of fire twirlers on the beach, and it was so cool. I was like, Wow, I really want to do that!'
Well, for someone who is known to spend her time tattooing cast and crew members on film sets with Cara Delevingne, we think fire-twirling might be a safer pastime.
On second thoughts...