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This page is important because it deals with a relatively well known actress, who deserves some recognition. It will help people who are looking for more information about her, after watching shows such as Noah and Saskia and Neighbours. Neptunenobody 07:35, 30 October 2006 (UTC)
Absolutely agreed. Mind if I do you the favour of citing these sources for you? I'm sure I can reference most of this information for you ; ) Nervousbreakdance 23:21, 28 November 2006 (UTC)
Ok, I added some external links, and sourced most of the information in her bio. Would you mind citing your sources for her school? Also, if anyone's up for adding an image, I have a nice screencap from Noah and Saskia that we could use ; ) Nervousbreakdance 00:39, 29 November 2006 (UTC)
These are just quotes from the articles to give people a sense of them. These are not the whole articles. PanydThe muffin is not subtle 16:59, 3 December 2009 (UTC)
THE Australian star of the ABC's youth series Noah and Saskia , Hannah Greenwood, says she has had a fascination with acting since she was a child.
Greenwood, 17, recalls sitting in front of the television at a young age wondering if the people "inside the box" were real.
"I was watching TV and I asked mum 'Is that real?' She told me it was and I love imaginary games and pretending things so I just knew straight away it was what I wanted to do."
— Saskia star's an old trouper at 17, Courier Mail
Edgar, former director of the Australian Children's Television Foundation, is pleased with the way the series, a co-production between the ACTF and the BBC, scrubbed up. The episodes are set alternately in Australia and Britain and follow the fortunes of 14-year-old Saskia Litras (Hannah Greenwood) in Melbourne and her British contemporary, Noah, who meet in an internet chat room. Saskia's tag is Indy and Noah casts himself as uber groover Max Hammer.