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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 17 March 1975Harris County, Texas, USA
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Natalie Zea was born on March 17, 1975 in Harris County, Texas, USA. She is an actress, known for Justified (2010), Passions (1999) and The Other Guys (2010). She has been married to Travis Schuldt since July 16, 2014. They have one child.

Spouse (1)

Travis Schuldt (16 July 2014 - present) (1 child)

Trivia (5)

A graduate of The American Music and Dramatic Academy in New York.
Born in Houston, Texas, raised in Monahans, Texas.
Ranked #80 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2008 list.
(July 16, 2014) Married her boyfriend of 11 years Travis Schuldt following a 13-month-long engagement.
Gave birth to her first child at age 40, a daughter named Reygan Zea Schuldt on October 25, 2015, in Los Angeles. Child's father is her husband, Travis Schuldt.

Personal Quotes (5)

I think television scripts have become really intriguing and well-done. And writers have stopped drawing any actual line between film and television they used to never cross.
About halfway through [the first season of Justified (2010)] I actually assumed I would be let go. So I approached the producers and said, "Listen, I understand if you're done, can I go ahead and go now because it's pilot season?" And they said, "Absolutely not."
[on Justified (2010) costar [Timothy Olyphant] Let me tell you about him, I have worked with some of the nicest people in Hollywood, he knocks all of them out of the water. When I first met him, I held my hand out to shake his hand, he pushed my hand away, he got up, he took his hat off, and he gave me a hug, and he said, "I'm so glad you're doing this, thank you so much for coming out." I've never worked with somebody who would upon first meeting do something like that.
I seem to always get in this role of sort of being either the estranged love interest or the forlorn love interest or the unrequited love interest of the main gentlemen and that's kind of my gig. So I would love to experience it differently at some point, but I think I do it pretty well, so maybe that's why it keeps coming up over and over again.
I've actually done a lot of comedy. I think especially when you're on TV, once you become associated with one genre or the other, it's near impossible to break into the other one, even if you have experience with both. I was in a meeting a couple years ago at CBS, and I expressed interest in comedy and everyone looked at me like I had two heads. And I couldn't understand why, and one of the guys said, "You know, you're everyone's go-to drama girl." And I said, "That's lovely and flattering, but I also went to acting school." I'm not a one-trick pony.

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