Following in the footsteps of Margot Robbie, Isla Fisher, and Melissa George, Adelaide Kane began her career in a long-running Australian soap opera before making the move to Hollywood where she landed high-profile roles in "The Purge" (2013), "Teen Wolf" (MTV, 2011-) and "Reign" (The CW, 2013-). Born in Claremont, Western Australia in 1990, but raised in Perth, Kane's first big break arrived in 2006 when she won a competition run by monthly teen magazine <i>Dolly</i>, which offered the prize of a three-month contract on iconic soap opera "Neighbours" (Network Ten, 1985- ). Kane played the rebellious teenager Lolly Allen for 42 episodes on the show, but after producers decided against extending her role, she left her homeland to pursue a career in America. Shortly after, she was cast as the ever-whistling Generation-7 cyborg Tenaya 7 in a new iteration of the children's TV phenomenon, "Power Rangers RPM" (ABC, 2009), and a year later appeared as Jade Ann James in the treasure-hunting family-friendly TV movie "Secrets of the Mountain" (NBC, 2010). After playing a soccer-loving Malibu girl in teen drama "Pretty Tough" (2011), Kane landed the role of the sexually-adventurous neighbour Aubrey in the adaptation of Mark Poirier's coming-of-age novel, "Goats" (2012), and made the first of many ventures into the horror genre as one of several teens terrorised by a mythical cannibal in "Donner Pass" (2012). Kane then played Ethan Hawke and Lena Headey's daughter Zoey in the futuristic home invasion thriller "The Purge," landed a recurring role as Beta werewolf Cora Hale in the third season of supernatural hit "Teen Wolf," and played one of three triplets coming to terms with their younger sister's death in emotive drama "Louder Than Words" (2013). Her prolific year continued when she was cast as Nabiki in twisty low-budget horror "Blood Punch" (2013) and bagged her most notable lead role as Mary, Queen of Scots, the young monarch sent to France to wed the next King, in the historical fiction drama "Reign" (The CW, 2013-). Kane then added to her body of horror-themed work when she played one of five Amish girls believed to be part of a Satanic prophecy in "The Devil's Hand" (2014).