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May 2017
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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

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May 2017
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What is it like to play a teenager preparing to kill herself? At just 20, Australian actress Katherine Langford flew across the Pacific to take on her first major acting job: starring as Hannah Baker in “13 Reasons Why.” The controversial Netflix drama, executive-produced by “Spotlight” director Tom McCarthy, inspired a disturbing Internet meme and provoked furious discussion of its many themes, among them bullying, sexual assault, depression, slut-shaming and

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May 2017
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We added 800+ HD screencaptures from Katherine’s guest appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon from May 12, 2017. It was a very funny interview! If you want to watch it head to our Facebook page or click on Watch the Interview below! You can also find the photos from the show in our Gallery! Enjoy! Watch the Interview | HQ Photos GALLERY LINKS: Screencaptures > Appearances > 2017

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May 2017
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We added high quality digital scans of the May 19, 2017 Issue of Entertainment Weekly with Katherine & Dylan Minnette on the cover. Head to the Gallery to read the whole interview! For the photoshoot, backstage photos & high definition screencaps from the video backstage & interview head to the Gallery or check the post below this one! Hannah Baker had a story to tell. And when 13 Reasons Why

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May 2017
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For a moment, the conversation is light. It’s a blustery spring day on the Paramount lot and Katherine Langford, who just turned 21, and Dylan Minnette, 20, are talking about some of the Internet’s more playful obsessions — the face-transforming software FaceApp and unicorn frappuccinos. “It looks disgusting,” Langford says, her Australian accent undisguised, of the vibrant, multi-colored Starbucks concoction. Minnette chimes in: “It looks like the wet dream of

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May 2017
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Katherine and her 13 Reasons Why co-star Dylan Minnette visited The Ellen Show on April 26, 2017 to talk about the show and Ellen had an amazing birthday surprise for Katherine! Check out the photos we added in the Gallery and check the link below the thumbs to watch the whole interview! We’ll add high definition screencaptures soon! Watch Interview GALLERY LINKS: Appearances > 2017 > APRIL 26TH – The

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Apr 2017
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Take note because Katherine Langford is officially one to watch. The 20-year-old Australian actress doesn’t do things by halves, diving head first into her first proper acting role as Hannah Baker, the lead character in Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why”. Langford was accepted into the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2016 – but moved to LA to start auditioning in the general chaos of “pilot season” before she

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Apr 2017
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Katherine Langford isn’t like most twenty-year-old actresses. For one thing, her career path has been a very untraditional one to date. For another, she has only just “gone public” on Instagram. “It was a bit of a big decision for me actually, because I wanted to be an actor purely for the acting work,” Langford explains. “I have never been attracted to increasing my popularity or hireability by being on

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Apr 2017
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Netflix’s unflinching new drama 13 Reasons Why made some major changes from its source material, Jay Asher’s 2007 novel of the same name, but one of the most significant was the ending. Whereas the novel ends with 17-year-old Clay Jensen reaching out to a fellow student he thinks may be suicidal, the series takes a different approach by leaving viewers with several cliffhangers. Executive producer Brian Yorkey has already expressed

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