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In September 2008, Stasey announced in an interview to the Herald Sun that she would be leaving Neighbours in the coming weeks, primarily to concentrate on her end of year VCE exams.
The producers stated that her character would not be 'killed-off', allowing Stasey the chance to return.
In 2004, Geyer formed a band called "Third Edge" and recorded his original music at Studio 52.
Studio 52 then permitted Geyer and his band to perform at the Kool Skools awards night, but they only received a nomination.
On February 22, 2016, Stasey was cast in the Fox drama APB as Ada Hamilton, In 2007, Stasey reportedly turned down a recording contract offered to her by Tom Nichols, who did the same for former Neighbours star Stephanie Mc Intosh.
About it she said "acting is my main passion and I wanted to concentrate my efforts on that, although most actors have that triple threat of being able to sing, dance and act." In 2008, she covered the song "I'm Yours", originally by Jason Mraz, for her TV show.
Geyer's interest in music started early in his childhood.
He learned to play the guitar, and wrote his first song entitled "Change" which was based on his move from South Africa to Australia.
Geyer survived the culling rounds in Sydney, where the Top 100 are reduced to the Top 24.Caitlin Jean Stasey (born ) is an Australian actress.She is known for her role as Rachel Kinski in Neighbours.In 2017 Stasey starred as Ada on the Fox television drama APB, which was cancelled after one season in May 2017. In 2000, at the age of 10, she travelled the world as a member of the Australian Girls Choir, and took part in a re-recording of Peter Allen's "I Still Call Australia Home", for a Qantas commercial.Caitlin was born in Melbourne, Victoria, where she was raised with her younger sister Victoria. Stasey made a career breakthrough in September 2003 when she was cast in the children's TV series The Sleepover Club, playing Francesca 'Frankie' Thomas, the self-appointed leader of the club.
Stasey said "I want to know that when I finish my exams and get my score, it is representative of my abilities, my exams start in November and I want to be able to give them my full concentration." In 2008, Stasey was chosen to star in the movie adaption of the teen novel, Tomorrow, When the War Began as the lead character Ellie Linton, a teenage girl who documents her time with a group of friends fighting the invasion of Australia.