Caitlin Stasey
Australian actor-singer
Caitlin Stasey
Caitlin Jean Stasey is an Australian actress from Melbourne, who is best known for her previous role as Rachel Kinski in Neighbours. Previously she played Francesca Thomas in The Sleepover Club. Her breakthrough movie role came in with Tomorrow, when the War Began, a 2010 movie adaption of the popular teen novel (of the same name) where she acts the leading protagonist Ellie Linton, a girl who fought against invaders of Australia with a group of her teenager friends.
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Caitlin Stasey Breaks Down Why Hollywood Sexism Is Just 'F**king Lazy'
Huffington Post - over 1 year
In the latest video from StyleLikeU's "What's Underneath Project," actress Caitlin Stasey shares some powerful truths about navigating the sexism in Hollywood. The ongoing video series captures diverse people stripping down to their underwear while candidly answering questions about identity, body image and self love.  In the video above, published on Monday, the 25-year-old Stasey reveals that sometimes being the "pretty girl" isn't so pretty.  “I wore high-waisted jeans to an audition once," Stasey said. "I then got a phone call from my manager saying, 'The director doesn’t think you’re sexy anymore, he thinks you’re just a mouthy girl next door.'” The actress went on to explain that while, as a white woman, she sees herself represented in media, the representations are nearly always based on the sexualization and objectification of women.  "Some of the greatest female heroines have been born in the hearts and minds of men. That's my difficulty -- watching old ...
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The CW Previews 'Tomorrow People,' 'Reign' And 'The 100'
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The CW unveiled an ambitious line-up for its 2013-2014 season at the network's recent upfronts presentation, including effects-laden sci-fi dramas "The 100" and "Star-Crossed," period drama "Reign" and the high concept, "X-Men"-esque "The Tomorrow People," a remake of a British series from the '70s. The young-skewing network has unveiled full-length promos for all of its new shows (including "Vampire Diaries" spin-off "The Originals"), which give viewers an introduction to the plot of each series. Naturally, they're replete with unnaturally attractive people, a generous scoop of teenage angst and more than a few mysteries -- check them out below. "The Tomorrow People" Stars Robbie Amell ("Arrow" lead Stephen Amell's cousin), Peyton List, Luke Mitchell, Mark Pellegrino and Madeleine Mantock. "The 100" Stars Henry Ian Cusick, Isaiah Washington, Kelly Hu, Eliza Taylor, Eli Goree and Bob Morley. "Reign" Stars Adelaide Kane, Toby Regbo, Torrance Combs, Celina Sind ...
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Stephen Moyer interprete di un nuovo film - Paperblog
Google News - over 5 years
Diretto da Olatunde Osunsanmi e scritto da John Swetnam, "Evidence" ha tra i suoi interpreti anche Dale Dickey, Caitlin Stasey, Torrey DeVitto, Nolan Gerard Funk, Albert Kuo, e Harry Lennix. "Evidence" narra la storia di un massacro successo nel mezzo
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Massive Cast Revealed for Found Footage Detective Thriller 'Evidence' - Bloody Disgusting
Google News - over 5 years
We're being told exclusively by an tipster that Torrey DeVitto (The Rite, Killer Movie, I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer), Caitlin Stasey, John Cothren, Svetlana Metinka (Trackman), Albert Kuo and Dale Dickey (Super 8) will join Nolan Gerard
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Aussie soaps a proving ground for thesps - Variety
Google News - over 5 years
... dramas but also the dedication they have to training and growing stars like Margot Robbie, soon to be seen on the Alphabet's retro skein "Pan Am," and Caitlin Stasey ("Tomorrow, When the War Began"), joining names like Pearce, Crowe and Alan Dale
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Tomorrow, When the War Began (2010) - OutNow.ch
Google News - over 5 years
Ellie (Caitlin Stasey) ist gerade dabei, einen Camping-Trip zu organisieren, bei dem ihre langjährige Freundin Corrie (Rachel Hurd-Wood) sowie diverse andere Freunde dabei sein werden, die sie aus der Schule oder sonst schon lange kennt
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Il poster italiano di Il Domani che Verrà - Bad Taste (Comunicati Stampa) (Blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
Nel cast i giovani Caitlin Stasey, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Lincoln Lewis, Deniz Akdeniz, Phoebe Tonkin, Chris Pang, Ashley Cummings e Andy Ryan. Trovate la locandina italiana cliccando sull'immagine appena sotto la sinossi ufficiale
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Lincoln Lewis on hold as sequel talks continue - Herald Sun
Google News - almost 6 years
Lewis starred in the first film -- hailed as Australia's answer to the Twilight and Harry Potter series -- alongside young Aussie up-and-comers Caitlin Stasey and Phoebe Tonkin and was put on hold for the film's sequel to start filming in September
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Film: Tomorrow, When the War Began, Regi: Stuart Beattie - Tidningen Kulturen
Google News - almost 6 years
När det gäller huvudrollsinnehaverskan Caitlin Stasey som spelar rollen som Ellie Linton skulle hon kunna se ut som Sandra Bullocks dotter, men hon är mer bildskön och hennes karaktär skulle kunna vara ganska intressant
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Tomorrow, When The War Began - Biggleswade Today
Google News - almost 6 years
Well, take seven 'average' teenagers – namely Ellie 'the heroine' (Caitlin Stasey), Corrie 'the best friend' (Rachel Hurd-Wood), Kevin 'the cowardly boyfriend' (Lincoln Lewis Holmes), Homer 'wild boy' (Deniz Akdeniz), Fiona 'hot blonde' (Phoebe Tonkin)
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ActionFest Review: Tomorrow When The War Began - Screen Junkies
Google News - almost 6 years
There's Ellie (Caitlin Stasey) the leader of the camping trip, Robyn (Ashleigh Cummings) the young good girl, Homer (Deniz Akdeniz) the showoff, Fiona (Phoebe Tonkin) the insecure beauty, Kevin (Lincoln Lewis) the coward, Lee (Chris Pang) the quiet one
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Caitlin Stasey
    TWENTIES
  • 2016
    Age 25
    On February 22, 2016, Stasey was cast in the Fox pilot APB as Ada Hamilton.
    More Details Hide Details The pilot received a series order on May 10. In 2007, Stasey reportedly turned down a recording contract offered to her by Tom Nichols, who did the same for ex-Neighbours star Stephanie McIntosh. About it she said "acting is my main passion and I wanted to concentrate my efforts on that, although most actors have that triple threat of being able to sing, dance and act." In 2008, she covered the song "I'm Yours", originally by Jason Mraz, for her TV show. On 19 May 2008, Stasey sang a duet with fellow Neighbours cast member Dean Geyer (Ty Harper), performed at the Erinsborough High School Formal. Released to the Australian iTunes store, it peaked at number 40 on the ARIA Digital Tracks chart. Stasey says of her sexuality, "I know it troubles many people for me to refer to myself as a lesbian considering I have a male partner. I'm trying to steer as far from labeling as possible. Compartmentalizing myself only leads to condemnation & contradiction. I'm happier being fluid and I'm happier being honest." In an interview for her website, Herself.com, Caitlin stated that she is in a "somewhat open relationship with the love of my life".
  • 2013
    Age 22
    In 2013, she was in the independent comedy-horror film All Cheerleaders Die as Maddy.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, she appeared in the movie I, Frankenstein as Keziah from the gargoyle order.
    From 2013–15, Stasey appeared in the American television series Reign as Kenna, a lady-in-waiting to Mary, Queen of Scots.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 2008
    Age 17
    In December 2008, she appeared in the Christmas pantomime Snow White at Norwich Theatre Royal.
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    During 2008, Stasey was linked to the live action film of video game/comic series Wonder Boy.
    More Details Hide Details However, it was shut down by Sega. Robin Morningstar revived the project as a CGI movie, but Stasey withdrew to be in the film adaptation Tomorrow, When the War Began. Her CGI character, although with a new voice, retains her face.
    In 2008, Stasey was chosen to star in the movie adaption of the teen novel, Tomorrow, When the War Began as the lead character Ellie Linton, a teenage girl who documents her time with a group of friends fighting the invasion of Australia.
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    In September 2008, Stasey announced in an interview to the Herald Sun that she would be leaving Neighbours in the coming weeks, primarily to concentrate on her end of year VCE exams.
    More Details Hide Details The producers stated that her character would not be 'killed-off', allowing Stasey the chance to return. Stasey said "I want to know that when I finish my exams and get my score, it is representative of my abilities, my exams start in November and I want to be able to give them my full concentration."
  • 2005
    Age 14
    After a year studying and attending auditions, in April 2005 Neighbours casting director Jan Russ cast her as Rachel Kinski.
    More Details Hide Details Her first episode was aired on 18 August. Stasey left Star of the Sea College after landing the part of Rachel, but continued to study on a distance education programme.
  • 2003
    Age 12
    Stasey made a career breakthrough in September 2003 when she was cast in the children's TV series The Sleepover Club, playing Francesca 'Frankie' Thomas, the self-appointed leader of the club.
    More Details Hide Details Stasey made a brief return to the character of Frankie, in the second series of The Sleepover Club in 2006.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 2000
    Age 9
    Stasey attended Star of the Sea College. In 2000, at the age of 10, she travelled the world as a member of the Australian Girls Choir, and took part in a re-recording of Peter Allen's "I Still Call Australia Home", for a Qantas commercial.
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  • 1990
    Born
    Born on May 1, 1990.
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