Caitlin Jean Stasey is an Australian model/ actress who was born in Melbourne, Victoria. She was the eldest of two children who were born to David Stasey and Sally, who migrated originally from Norwich in England. Her mother used to work as a primary school teacher at Sandringham Primary School in Melbourne and her father was a stock broker, who also worked as interior designer.
Caitlin was featured 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.
In September 2003 she made a career breakthrough as she was cast in the TV series The Sleepover Club. She played as Francesca Frankie Thomas. In 2006 she made a brief return to the character of Frankie in the second series of The Sleepover Club. She attended auditions and was cast in Neighbours in April 2005 as Rachel Kinski. The film was directed by Jan Russ. On August 18 her first episode was aired. After landing the part of Rachel she left Star of the Sea College. She but continued to study on a distance education programme.