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[Katherine in an interview]
I'm a big historical-fiction fan. Anything written in the French Revolution, that kind of era, is so poignant. I got into history when I was 11 years old, and it all started with the Titanic. I'd read books in the library about it. Of course I've seen the movie, too—I don't think I've ever cried that much.
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Katherine Langford is an Australian actress. She portrays Hannah Baker on Netflix's 13 Reasons Why.

It was announced on May 25, 2018 that Katherine Langford would not reprise her role as Hannah Baker for the third season of 13 Reasons Why.

Biography

Langford began studying acting after graduating from Perth Modern School, where she was a nationally ranked swimmer. She started acting and appeared in films such as Story of Miss Oxygen (2015), Imperfect Quadrant (2016) and Daughter (2016). In 2016, she landed the role of Hannah Baker in 13 Reasons Why, her first major role. She also starred in Love, Simon (2018) as Leah. Katherine was cast in Avengers: Endgame as Morgan, Tony Shark's daughter. However, the scene she appeared in was cut from the film. She currently stars in the new Netflix series Cursed (2020) as the lead character Nimue.

Trivia

  • Off-screen, she spends her downtime gleefully geeking out over history and sci-fi.
  • Hannah Baker is her first major role.
  • She auditioned for the role of Hannah Baker, over Skype.[1] She also auditioned for the role of Jessica Davis, which was later given to Alisha Boe.
  • After Season 2 was released, she confirmed she wouldn't be in the third season.[2]
  • She only has one form of social media: Instagram.[3]
  • Katherine Langford received a Golden Globe nod for her role in this series based on Jay Asher's best-selling novel.

Credits

Season 1

Season 2

Quotes

Season 1

In the scene we stay on Hannah's face, and it's actually in the script, where it says 'we stay on Hannah's face longer than is comfortable', and I think it's important that we did that because, it is uncomfortable.
— Katherine, on Hannah's rape scene[[src]]

Season 2

I think it's interesting, 'cause that scene was actually the last scene I shot for Season 2, and everyone was there and I think it was just a really beautiful kind of way, for me, put her to rest I think, as a character.
— on her last scene in "Bye".[src]
You know I feel so grateful to have had the opportunity to tell Hannah's story so fully in Season 1. But I think at the end of the day, like, overall this season for everyone, we notice, that it's not really the smae Hannah that you see this season as you do in Season 1. You know, every time you see her, it's fiultered though the lens of someone else. I think recovery and healing were such an important theme, particularly Clay's journey and Clay's healing.
— on how Hannah is percrieved in Season 2 and Clay's journey with her.[src]
The relationship between Clay and Justin is a really interesting and very complementary relationship to watch. Although their world are so far apart and so dissimiliar... Clay is able to help Justin and vice versa Justin helps Clay in his own way.
— on Justin and Clay's relationship.[src]

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External Links

References

  1. THE AUSSIE ACTRESS AUDITIONED VIA SKYPE - FANDOM (fandom.wikia.com)
  2. KATHERINE CONFIRMS SHE WON'T BE IN SEASON 3 - Instagram (@katherinelangford)
  3. Katherine Langford Updates via Twitter – "Katherine has only Instagram!", (Retrieved November 27, 2018)
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