May. 1st, 1990
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Caitlin Stasey's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2014 - I, Frankenstein
2014 - Lust for Love
2014 - Lust for Love
2013 - All Cheerleaders Die
2013 - Evidence
2010 - Tomorrow, When the War Began
2009 - Spring Breakdown
Guest TV Roles
Caitlin Jean Stasey (born May 1, 1990) is an Australian actress who is well known for her roles as Francesca Thomas in The Sleepover Club and Rachel Kinski in Neighbours.
Stasey and her younger sister Victoria were raised in Melbourne, Victoria. Their parents, David and Sally, are originally from Norwich, England. Sally is a primary school drama teacher at Sandringham Primary School in Melbourne. At age seven Caitlin spent almost a year living in Norwich, and her grandparents were still living in the city in 2008. Stasey attended Star of the Sea College.
Stasey began taking an interest in acting/performing when she was about six years of age. She enjoys surfing, basketball and skateboarding.
Stasey is not a new face to the Australian and International Television industry she has performed hit starring role through her early years.
Stasey appeared as part of the Australian Girls Choir in a Qantas commercial, singing "I Still Call Australia Home" and traveled the world as a member of the choir to film the commercial in 2000 before the Sydney Olympics. This commercial was named the "Greatest Australian Commercial" on 20 to 1.
But Stasey wasn't going to turn her back from her passion
In Stasey's early years she played the role of Francrsca "Frankie" Thomas which made a hit in both Australia, UK and Americas Nikolodean TV.
Stasey scored the role Australia's soap opera Neighbours on August 18, 2005. By playing the role of Rachel 'Rach' Kinski and is still continuing the role.
In 2006 Stasey appeared in the Channel 10 special "Australia's Brainiest Neighbour" and came second overall.
Her role in Tomorrow When the War Began was highly praised by critics and won her an IF (inside film) award in 2010 for best actress. one of the most prestigious film awards in Australia
She moved to Los Angeles in 2010.
On March 3, 2012, Stasey and her sister were attacked by a group of teenage females near Mentone. Conflicting reports from news outlets place the location of the incident either aboard a Melbourne train or in Mentone Village. Stasey said that the incident was terrifying but she was fine. She called for harsher punishments for young people who commit violent crimes.
- Was attached to the film adaptation of Sega video game series Wonder Boy, helmed by Uwe Boll and written by Robin Morningstar, until Sega decided to leave the character for all intents and purposes dead. It made the main news story in issue 51 of Retro Gamer Magazine.
- Studied Film/TV at St. Martins Drama Youth School in Melbourne, Australia - Which found her the audition role of Rachel Kinski, in _"Neighbours" (1985)_ (qv).
- Performed a duet on Neighbours with fellow Neighbours cast member Dean Geyer who plays the role of Ty Harper. They performed a song called Unforgettable which has become quite popular.
- Was chosen to travel the world to film the Qantas TV commercial 'I still call Australia home' in the choir.
- Attends weekly movie premieres in Melbourne, Australia invited by the cast of Neighbours.
- Was ranked #15 on Girlfriend Magazines '20 Hottest Under 20'.
- Her dad is a music manager for The Big Day Out, which is a massive music festival held in the show ground in Melbourne, Australia.
- Worked with 'Eliza Taylor-Cotter' (qv) (aka Janae Timmins on Neighbours) In both _"The Sleepover Club" (2003)_ (qv) and Neighbours. Ironically, Caitlin's character is dating Eliza's character's brother Scott, 'Ben Nicholas (II)' (qv).
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