Do you know Who is Caitlin Stasey?
Caitlin Jean Stasey was born on May 1, 1990, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She is an actress best known for her role in the soap opera “Neighbours,” in which she played the character Rachel Kinski. She is particularly well-known for her appearance in the 2010 film “Tomorrow, When the War Began,” which was based on a novel of the same name.
Caitlin Stasey: Early Life and Family
Caitlin grew up in Melbourne with her younger sister. She was also a member of the Australian Girls Choir, which allowed her to travel the world, and she participated in a re-recording of the song “I Still Call Australia Home,” which was used in a Qantas commercial.
She attended Star of the Sea College after graduating from high school.
Caitlin Stasey Dating Life (Relationship)
For her personal life, she resides in Los Angeles, where it is known that Stasey is in a relationship, though she has not shared many details about the man she is with, only saying that he is the love of her life, despite her relationship, and despite her relationship, many people refer to her as a lesbian. She then stated that she does not want to be categorized and prefers to be fluid. She even referred to herself as a pansexual at one time, implying that her choice of partner is not restricted by gender and that she is in a somewhat open relationship.
Caitlin Stasey, like many other actors, is active online, with accounts on major social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook. She shares a lot of personal photos on the former, as well as pictures from her childhood performing projects. Her Facebook profile has been dormant for almost a year. She also used to have a Twitter account, but it is no longer active. Aside from them, she has a website, which she shares with two of her friends, to showcase her feminist viewpoint.
Caitlin Stasey Net worth, Earnings
Caitlin Stasey’s net worth is unknown. According to sources, her net worth is $3 million as of early 2019, gained from a successful career as an actor, including work on other popular television shows and films. It is projected that her wealth would increase as she advances in her job.
She made her debut in the entertainment industry at a young age, when she was cast in the children’s television series “The Sleepover Club” in 2003, playing the club’s self-appointed leader, Francesca “Frankie” Thomas, for two seasons, before resuming her role in 2006. She attended further auditions while studying, which led to her casting as Rachel Kinski in “Neighbours.” The soap opera featured the professional and personal lives of characters who lived and worked in a fictitious Melbourne neighborhood.
Additional Acting Work
Stacey completed her study while working on the aforementioned soap opera via a distance education program, but after three years on the show, she decided to leave and focus on finishing her school. To offer her an opportunity to return, the filmmakers chose not to kill off her character.
In 2008, she was cast as the primary character Ellie Linton in the film adaption of “Tomorrow, When the War Began.” Her character recounts her time battling with a group of friends during an invasion of Australia and is based on John Marsden’s first book in the “Tomorrow” series.
Caitlin Stasey was also scheduled to work on a live-action adaptation of the video game “Wonder Boy” when it was canceled, and although it was later revived, she chose not to complete her project, with only her face maintained in CGI. Caitlin Stasey worked in the pantomime “Snow White” at the Norwich Theatre Royal the same year, and in 2013, she was cast in the television series “Reign,” playing the character Kenna, a lady-in-waiting to Mary, Queen of Scots. She also appeared in “Please Like Me” on several occasions.
A career in Music and Recent Projects
Caitlin has been recognized for her musical abilities, and she was even given a recording contract during her time on “Neighbors,” but she declined since her true interest is acting, and she wanted to focus on that. She has covered several popular songs, including Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours,” and performed a duet with fellow “Neighbours” cast member Dean Geyer. In 2013, she also played Maddy in the independent film “All Cheerleaders Die.”
The following year, she appears as the gargoyle order member Keziah in the film “I, Frankenstein.” The film stars Aaron Eckhart and Yvonne Strahovski and is based on the graphic novel of the same name. Caitlin was cast in the 2016 series “APB,” which ran for one season before being canceled. One of her most recent projects is the two-season run of the show “For the People,” in which she plays ATF Agent Anya Ooms.