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Lachlan Watson Biography

Lachlan Watson born Lachlan Watson is an American actress best known for appearing in on Chilling Adventures of Sabrina in 2018.

Lachlan Watson Age

She was born on April 12, 2001, in Raleigh, North Carolina, United States. She is 17 years old as of 2018.

Lachlan Watson Height

She stands at the height of 1.55 m (5 feet 1 inch)

Lachlan Watson Parents

Her parents are not known. She has kept her profile low. We will update this information as soon as we get to know them

Lachlan Watson Boyfriend

She is still single. She has kept her love relationship private and it is not known if she has ever dated or not

Lachlan Watson Gender

Her gender identity does not relate to their sexual orientation remotely. She is a non-binary.

Lachlan Watson Finn Wolfhard

She is the look-alike of Finn Wolfhard

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Lachlan Watson As Susie

She was cast as Susie Putnam on the Netflix fantasy horror series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

Lachlan Watson Sabrina

She was cast as Susie Putnam: Sabrina’s close friend at Baxter High in the American supernatural horror web television series Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

Lachlan Watson Drop Dead Diva

She was cast as Sam Simbler in the 1 episode of the American legal comedy-drama/fantasy television series Drop Dead Diva in 2014

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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Lachlan Watson on playing Susie as a non-binary character

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Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’s Lachlan Watson Talks Life Inside ‘The Gender Void’

And His Complete Gender Journey, From Lesbian To Trans To Non-Binary

Source: mtv.com

In one of her earliest scenes in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Susie Putnam is seen crying into her locker. “They pulled up my shirt,” she breathes when Sabrina Spellman, our star, asks what’s wrong. Enraged, Sabrina marches into the principal’s office and announces that the jocks violated her best friend “because they wanted to see if she had breasts to see if she was really a boy or a girl under there.”

But, oh, if only it could be so simple.

If gender was as easy as a quick anatomy check, it would have saved Lachlan Watson — the 17-year-old actor who plays Susie — from the emotional journey he endured throughout his teens — what he now refers to as a “three-part opera.”

As he tells it — and we’re using the/him at the request of his representatives, as Watson views pronouns as little more than syllables at this point in his journey, noting that the words “don’t really make me that uncomfortable anymore” — Act 1 began around the age of 13, when Watson “felt a little queer” and “wasn’t really sure what to do with that,” but recognized an attraction to girls and so, using that logic, identified as a cisgender lesbian.

That lasted about a year and a half until he realized that something was off with that label. “It wasn’t quite encapsulating the pain that I was really feeling. There was something body-related, there was something else there, and all I had to label that under was being trans,” he said, which led him to Act 2: “And so I came out as trans.”

The label accurately encompassed Watson’s rejection of his female form, and roughly two-and-a-half years into Act 2, Watson was preparing to take the next step in his transition and headed to Duke University’s gender clinic — the only gender-accepting clinic in his home state of North Carolina.

“For the entirety of puberty I ran into that, where every problem that I had with my body wasn’t that I wanted to be male; it was specifically that I didn’t want the world to look at my body and inherently deem me female and inherently decide just by looking at me what I can or cannot do, how I’m supposed to sound, what I’m supposed to say, what my career is going to look like, how I’m supposed to act, my mannerisms. Everything could have been deemed by taking one look at my body because society assumes that’s what we’re bred and born to do,” he said of the gender dysphoria — a psychology term to describe the emotional effects a person experiences when there’s a disconnect between their gender identity and biological sex — he endured throughout Acts 1 and 2. “Seeing myself as female every time I look in the mirror is painful in a way I will never be able to describe.”

Ultimately, Watson declined the testosterone prescription and opted to get top surgery, a procedure to remove his breasts (yes, the same ones Sabrina’s jocks were trying to expose on Susie), to achieve a look more consistent with his sense of self.

It took “a tizzy of introspection and poetry and Googling” before Watson reached “the turning point” — finding Jacob Tobia’s work, a writer and genderqueer activist within the non-binary and gender nonconforming space. “Seeing someone else being openly gender-free and being comfortable with that and being articulate about that and being proud that was huge.”