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Jun 2017
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Just three short months ago, the world had no idea who Katherine Langford was. But playing the lead role in the controversial Netflix drama, 13 Reasons Why, which tells the story of teenager Hannah Baker, who takes her own life after sustained bullying at her northern California high school, has propelled Katherine to international stardom. In the wake of her critically acclaimed performance, the 21-year-old from Perth has garnered 6

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Jun 2017
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Katherine was recently photographed by Shayan Asgharnia at the Variety’s Actors on Actors Portrait Studio. We added the first photo, as soon as more are released we’ll add them so stay tuned! There’s a real privilege in doing this show. We were able to do things that normal teenagers do, but previously wasn’t able to be shown on TV. GALLERY LINKS: Photoshoots > Pictorials & Portraits > 2017 S Asgharnia

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May 2017
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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! GALLERY LINKS: Photoshoots > Pictorials & Portraits > 2017 M Melcon Photoshoots > Pictorials & Portraits > 2017 K McKoy

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May 2017
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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

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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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New high quality outtakes from the 13 Reasons Why promotional shoot were added to the Gallery, thanks to the wonderful & talented photographer Drew Herrmann who shared these photos with KatherineLangford.net. Click on the photos below for full size! If you haven’t seen 13 Reasons Why yet check the link below! Watch 13 Reasons Why on Netflix GALLERY LINKS: Television > 2017: 13 Reasons Why > Season 1 > Promotional

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May 2017
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Katherine and Dylan are gracing the May 19 Issue of Entertainment Weekly! It features a brand new gorgeous photoshoot taken by Zoey Grossman! You can check out the photos below! We also added screencaptures from the backstage video so check those too! We’ll have high quality scans as soon as we can get the magazine! Hannah Baker had a story to tell. And when 13 Reasons Why hit Netflix in March,

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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