Eliza Jane Taylor-Cotter was born on October 24, 1989 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Eliza’s first roles were on the Australian children’s shows’ “Pirate Islands” and “The Sleepover Club”. In 2005, Eliza became a series regular on the Australian soap “Neighbours” where she portrayed Janae Timmins. Eliza left the show in 2008 to pursue other acting projects. Eliza has guest starred in many TV shows and had roles in multiple films since the start of her career. Eliza’s first big role in the United States was playing Clarke Griffin in the hit CW series “The 100” in 2014. In 2017, Eliza starred in the Netflix film “Christmas Inheritance” and in the indie film “Thumper”.