Caitlin Stasey is an Australian actress. She is best known for her role as Rachel Kinski on the popular Australian soap opera, "Neighbors," as well as Kenna on The CW's "Reign."
Caitlin Jean Stasey was born on May 1, 1990 in the town of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She is the daughter of David and Sally Stasey, the latter of whom is a primary school drama teacher at Sandringham Primary School, also in Melbourne. As a child, Caitlin attended Star of the Sea College, a suburban day school for girls, before being selected at age 10 to travel around the world as part of the Australian Girls Choir. During the time she was a member, the group re-recorded the Peter Allen song, "I Still Call Australia Home," for a Quantas commercial.
As for her acting career, Caitlin got her big break in 2003, landing the role of Francesca "Frankie" Thomas on the children's TV series, "The Sleepover Club." While the series initial run only lasted one season, it did manage to return in 2006 for a second, which Caitlin also came back for, considering she was the lead character. Of course, by then, she had already started a fruitful new gig playing Rachel Kinski on the ever-popular Australian soap opera, "Neighbors," which she continued to play until 2009.
From there, Caitlin's career has continued to thrive, with her role in the film, "Tomorrow, When the War Began," even landing her the Inside Film Award for Best Actress in 2010. Since then, she's continued to act in both television and film, being cast as Kenna on The CW period drama, "Reign," and also starring in the film "I, Frankenstein" at the start of 2014. Big things are certainly in store for the talented young beauty.