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Alicia Banit is an Australian actress and dancer who is best known for her role as
Kat in the ABC television series Dance Academy.
Occupation Actress, dancer
Contents Years active 1998-present
4 External links
Banit first acting appearance was in the Australian film Dead Letter Office, playing a younger version of the main character
Alice. In 2006, she had a two episode minor role in the Network Ten soap opera Neighbours as Madison Sullivan, then in
2008 she returned to the soap for another two episode role, this time portraying Sharni Hillman. From 2007 to 2009 she
had two guest roles on the Australian version of the Disney Channel series As The Bell Rings playing Amber. In 2007, she
was cast in Chris Lilley's television series Summer Heights High as Kaitlyn for the duration of the first season.  In 2008,
Banit appeared in Rush as Gemma Rose Parker acting alongside former Neighbours actress Eliza Taylor-Cotter. In 2009,
she was Leah in season one of the Australian drama series Tangle. In late 2009, she was cast as one of the main
characters Katrina Karamakov in the ABC television series Dance Academy. From 23 August 2010 to 27 August 2010, she
acted as a co-host on the ABC3 wrapper program Studio 3 along-side Kayne Tremills and Amberly Lobo. 
Year Title Type Episodes Role
1998 Dead Letter Office Film Young Alice
2006 Neighbours  TV series 2 Madison Sullivan
2007–2011 As The Bell Rings TV series Amber
2007 Summer Heights High TV series 8 Kaitlyn
2008 Neighbours  TV series 4 Sharni Hillman
2008 Rush  TV series 1 Gemma Rose Parker
2009 Tangle TV series 6 Leah
2010–present Dance Academy  TV series 52 Katrina Karamakov
2010 Studio 3  TV series 5 Herself
1. ^ a b c "Dance Academy on ABC3" . Australian Broadcasting Corporation via Throng. 2010. Retrieved 11 July 2010.
2. ^ ab "Guest Character Profiles:Madison Sullivan-Alicia Banit" . perfectblend.net. Retrieved 11 July 2010.
3. ^ a b "Guest Character Profiles:Sharni Hillman-Alicia Banit" . perfectblend.net. Retrieved 11 July 2010.
4. ^ a b c d e f "Before Dance Academy" . australiantelevision.net. Retrieved 11 July 2010.
5. ^ a b "Studio 3 Homepage" . Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Archived from the original on 28 August 2010. Retrieved 23
Alicia Banit at the Internet Movie Database
via Alicia Banit