Caitlin Stasey Biography
Caitlin Jean Stasey (born 1 May 1990) is an Australian performing artist from Melbourne who is best referred to for her part as Rachel Kinski in Neighbors. Beforehand she played Francesca Thomas in The Sleepover Club, despite the fact that her leap forward motion picture part came in Tomorrow, When the War Began, a 2010 film adaption of the high schooler novel of the same name in which she played lead hero Ellie Linton.
Caitlin was born in Melbourne, Victoria, where she was raised with her more youthful sister Natalia. Their guardians, David and Sally, are initially from Norwich, England. Sally is a grade school dramatization instructor at Sandringham Primary School in Melbourne. At age seven Caitlin spent just about a year living in Norwich, and her grandparents were all the while living in the city in 2008.
Stasey went to Star of the Sea College. In 2000, at 10 years old, she ventured to the far corners of the planet as an individual from the Australian Girls Choir, and participated in a re-recording of Peter Allen’s “I Still Call Australia Home”, for a Qantas business.
Stasey made a profession achievement in September 2003 when she was thrown in the kids’ TV arrangement The Sleepover Club, playing Francesca “Frankie” Thomas, the self-named pioneer of the club. Stasey made a brief come back to the character of Frankie, in the second arrangement of The Sleepover Club in 2006.
Following a year considering and going to tryouts, in April 2005 Neighbors throwing chief Jan Russ give her a role as Rachel Kinski. Her first scene was disclosed on 18 August. Stasey left Star of the Sea College in the wake of finding the piece of Rachel, yet kept on contemplating on a separation training system. In September 2008, Stasey declared in a meeting to the Herald Sun that she would be leaving Neighbors in the impending weeks, principally to focus on her end of year VCE exams. The makers expressed that her character would not be ‘murdered off’, permitting Stasey the opportunity to return. Stasey said “I need to realize that when I complete my exams and get my score, it is illustrative of my capacities, my exams begin in November and I need to have the capacity to give them my full fixation.”
In 2008, Stasey was decided to star in the motion picture adaption of the teenager novel, Tomorrow, When the War Began as the lead character Ellie Linton, a high school young lady who reports her time with a gathering of companions battling the intrusion of Australia (Stewart Jones). Amid 2008, Stasey was connected to the real life film of computer game/comic arrangement Wonder Boy. Be that as it may, it was closed around Sega. Robin Morningstar resuscitated the undertaking as a CGI motion picture, yet Stasey withdrew to be in the film adjustment Tomorrow, When the War Began. Her CGI character, despite the fact that with another voice, holds her face. In December 2008, she showed up in the Christmas mime Snow White at Norwich Theater Royal.
In 2009, Stasey showed up in a 5-moment short, “Numerous Australians One Nation”, some piece of a project keep running by Panasonic. She showed up as herself, in a court scene, expressing that a certain “Jasminda Goupta” wasn’t Australian. Her proof of this was that, “[Jasminda] [didn’t] listen to Men at Work”, “Watch Hamish and Andy” and “[didn’t] even watch Neighbors”. Stasey showed up in the film, by Sandringham Primary School understudies as her mom was a dramatization educator at the school.
Starting 2013, she shows up in the American TV arrangement Reign as Kenna, a woman in-holding up to Mary, Queen of Scots.
Caitlin Stasey Profile
Born Name ; Caitlin Jean Stasey
Nick Name ; Cat, Catty, Caitz
Birth Date ; May 01, 1990
Age ; 25
Sun Sign ; Taurus
Born Place ; Melbourne, Victoria, Australia