Buzz·Posted on 21 Dec 201638 Australians Who Made Hollywood Their Bitch In 2016More like Aussiewood. Wait, that doesn't sound right.by Mat WhiteheadBuzzFeed Staff, AustraliaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Margot Robbie Warner Bros. Pictures Highlights: Robbie had a massive year in 2016, with roles in major blockbusters like Suicide Squad, The Legend of Tarzan, and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot with Tina Fey. 2. Ben Mendelsohn Disney Highlights: After winning the Golden Globe for his role on Netflix's Bloodline, Mendo managed to star in one of the year's biggest hits, Rogue One. 3. Devon Terrell Netflix Highlights: Terrell had his big break in 2016, starring as Barack Obama in the Netflix original film Barry. 4. Jai Courtney Warner Bros. Pictures Highlights: Took larrikinism to new heights as Captain Boomerang in Suicide Squad. 5. Kodi Smit-McPhee 20th Century Fox Highlights: Traded his Aussie accent for a German one as Nightcrawler in X-Men: Apocalypse. 6. Alex Russell Transmission Films Highlights: As well as starring in the Aussie flick Goldstone, Alex also stared in Blood in the Water with Willa Holland. 7. Sullivan Stapleton NBC Highlights: Stapleton continues to star in the NBC series Blindspot as Special Agent Kurt Weller. 8. Josh Helman 20th Century Fox Highlights: Reprising his role as Col. William Stryker in X-Men: Apocalypse, Helman also shot Season 2 of Wayward Pines this year. 9. Xavier Samuel Roadside Attractions Highlights: As well as starring in some Aussie films like Spin Out and The Death and Life of Otto Bloom, Samuel was the incredibly dapper Reginald DeCourcy in Love & Friendship with Kate Beckinsale. 10. Hugh Jackman instagram.com Highlights: While shooting his final Wolverine film (Logan) he managed to sneak in another cameo during X-Men: Apocalypse and starred in Eddie the Eagle. 11. Cate Blanchett The Weinstein Company Highlights: Starred in the incredible film Carol, was nominated for an Academy Award, and started filming Thor: Ragnarok and Ocean's Eight. 12. Russell Crowe Warner Bros. Pictures Highlights: Starred in the hilarious The Nice Guys alongside Ryan Gosling while shooting The Mummy. 13. Ruby Rose Paramount Pictures Highlights: While directing and starring in a music video, Rose also appeared in Resident Evil: The Final Chapter and will be starring in xXx: The Return of Xander Cage next year! 14. Isla Fisher 20th Century Fox Highlights: Fisher stayed busy in 2016 starring alongside Zach Galifianakis, Gal Gadot, and Jon Hamm in Keeping Up with the Joneses, while also starring in Tom Ford's Nocturnal Animals. 15. Brenton Thwaites Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Summit Entertainment Highlights: Starred in Gods of Egypt alongside Gerard Butler and Geoffrey Rush! 16. Phoebe Tonkin The CW Highlights: Tonkin continued her role as Hayley Marshall-Kenner in The Originals. 17. Chris Hemsworth View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Highlights: With major blockbusters like Ghostbusters and The Huntsman: Winter's War released this year, it's amazing this Hemsworth found time to shoot Thor: Ragnarok which will be released next year. 18. Liam Hemsworth 20th Century Fox Highlights: The youngest Hemsworth had a great 2016, helping to save the earth from aliens in Independence Day: Resurgence. 19. Luke Hemsworth HBO Highlights: YEAH, you heard me right. The third Hemsworth had a brilliant year breaking onto the small screen with one of 2016's most-watched shows of the year, Westworld. 20. Luke Bracey Warner Bros. Pictures Highlights: After Point Break crashed into cinemas, Bracey went on to star in Hacksaw Ridge with Andrew Garfield. 21. Alex O'Loughlin CBS Highlights: O'Loughlin continues to star as Lieutenant Commander Steve McGarrett in the remake of Hawaii Five-0! 22. Mia Wasikowska Disney Highlights: Wasikowska returned to Wonderland in Alice Through the Looking Glass and reunited with co-stars Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter. 23. James Wan View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Highlights: The writer/producer/director continued to dominate the horror word with The Conjuring 2, while also working on the upcoming super-flick Aquaman. 24. Rose Byrne Universal Pictures Highlights: Byrne returned to two roles, Moira Mactaggert in X-Men: Apocalypse, and Kelly Radner in Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising with Seth Rogan. 25. Joel Edgerton Warner Bros. Pictures Highlights: After a brilliant year last year, Edgerton starred in both Midnight Special and Loving in 2016. 26. Dominic Purcell The CW Highlights: Purcell continued to heat things up on The Legends of Tomorrow while also shooting Prison Break: Sequel which comes out next year! 27. Keiynan Lonsdale The CW Highlights: Lonsdale continues to star as Wally West on The Flash, but he also made time to star in both The Finest Hours and Allegiant! 28. Alycia Debnam-Carey FX Highlights: Debnam-Carey continued her roles on both The 100 and Fear the Walking Dead. 29. Dichen Lachman TNT Highlights: Lachman joined the cast of the TV show The Last Ship and also appeared on an episode of Supergirl. 30. Eliza Taylor The CW Highlights: Eliza Taylor continued to star as Clarke on The 100. 31. Rebel Wilson Warner Bros. Pictures Highlights: After starring in How to be Single alongside Dakota Johnson and Alison Brie, Wilson went on to cameo in the Absolutely Fabulous movie. 32. Claire Holt NBC Highlights: Holt returned to the 60's for the second season of Aquarius with David Duchovny, while also appearing in a few episodes of The Originals. 33. Yael Stone Netflix Highlights: Stone continued to slay on Orange is the New Black this year, while also finding time to appear in Deep Water and a few episodes of High Maintenance 34. Remy Hii Netflix Highlights: Hii continued his role of Prince Jingim in the Netflix epic series Marco Polo. 35. Robert Taylor Netflix Highlights: Taylor continues to star as Sheriff Walt Longmire in the series Longmire. An Aussie as a Sheriff from Wyoming, is there anything we can't do?! 36. Toby Leonard Moore Showtime Highlights: After starring in Netflix's Daredevil last year, Leonard Moore appeared in the Showtime series Billions with Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis. 37. Mahesh Jadu Netflix Highlights: Jadu continued his role of Ahmad on Netflix's Marco Polo while shooting Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. 38. Teresa Palmer Warner Bros. Entertainment Highlights: Palmer had a massive year, starring in the horror flick Lights Out, the romantic drama The Choice, the action-packed Point Break, and the period drama Hacksaw Ridge. We assume her 2017 will be full of naps. For more Best of 2016 content, click here! Want more proof that Australia is the greatest place on earth? Sign up for BuzzFeed's "Meanwhile in Australia" newsletter! If you can't see the signup box above, just go here to sign up for BuzzFeed's "Meanwhile in Australia" newsletter!