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It was the kind of story that just begs to be made into a movie.
Two years ago, at Flemington, on the first Tuesday in November, jockey Michelle Payne stormed home on a 100-1 outsider to win the nation’s greatest horse race.
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The Oscar-nominated star is about to make her directorial debut telling Michelle’s story in a feature film,.
Cast in the coveted starring role as the battler jockey, whose mother died when she was a baby and grew up one of 10 siblings in central Victoria, is fellow Aussie Teresa Palmer. “Michelle was always warned she could never be a world-class jockey. She was not a man,” Teresa said on announcing her part in the film.
Even on the press tour to promote earlier this year, there were no nannies in sight as she breastfed her five-week-old baby boy Forest, while her husband, American actor Mark Webber, watched their eldest son Bodhi, 3.
She is popular for her roles in movies like Grudge 2, Take Me Home Tonight, December Boys and the recent hit Warm Bodies. Palmer started acting from a young age while she was just in elementary school.“Now that I’m older and also a mother, I’m a lot more selective in terms of projects,” she says.