Katherine was photographed arriving into Sydney International Airport earlier today on May 31, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. She was greeted with flowers by fans, she headed to Los Angeles where she will begin filming Season 2 of ’13 Reasons Why’. We added 67 high quality photos to the Gallery! Be sure to check them out!
We added new outtakes from both of the portrait sessions Katherine did with LA Times taken by photographers Mel Melcon & Kirk McKoy. Her co-star Dylan Minnette is featured in some of the photos as well. Check them out!
Katherine Langford has joined the fight to save her old school, Perth Modern, from being turned back into a regular high school. During a fleeting visit to Perth, the lead actor in the popular drama 13 Reasons Why teamed up with former and current students to protest against the State Government’s plan to strip the Subiaco school of its academically selective status and relocate gifted pupils to a high-rise building in the city. Katherine, who graduated in 2013, said she may not have considered a career in acting if she had not attended Perth Modern School.
“There was a lot of freedom given, and I think that kind of helped me to explore what I was passionate about,” she said. “It helped me develop, not just as a student but as a person, because I was able to explore different subjects but also pursue them in a way that suited me. During my study periods, because there wasn’t a teacher watching me, I would go into the auditorium and write music, or I would study out here on the lawn. I think that sense of freedom was really important.” Continue Reading
The toughest part of playing Hannah Baker on the first season of “13 Reasons Why” wasn’t the heavy source material or how far she had to go for the role of a suicidal high schooler, according to show star Katherine Langford. The young actress highlighted her last scene — the one in the bathtub — for Hannah in episode 13 as being one of the toughest things she had to do on set, but “not because of the reasons you probably think it is,” she told TheWrap. Watch the video below and check out the hd screencaps in the Gallery!
“At that point I had been playing her for six months and I had to let her go,” said Langford, an Australian who moved to Los Angeles to shoot the 13-episode series in her first major Hollywood role. She said she had gotten sick the night before they shot the bathtub scene. “I was sick and I had to let her go and I was crying in my trailer, because I’m like, ‘I don’t want to let her go,’” she said.
Class of 2013 alumna, Katherine Langford, has been in Perth this week and graciously took time out of her busy schedule today for a quick visit to Perth Modern School. The Netflix star has taken the acting world by storm and has millions of Instagram followers worldwide.
Katherine, 21, is also a singer and plays the piano. During her visit she made a beeline to the Music Department where she enjoyed a catch-up with her former music teacher, Celia Christmass. Katherine also spent time with our students taking some selfies and signing autographs.
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