|Date of Birth||29 June 1983, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|Height||5' 4¼" (1.63 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Having trained at the Arts Academy, in Victoria, Australia and with an impressive list of credits including features films, theatre, commercial television,and short films, (her debut appearance was in "Irresistible" alongside Susan Sarandon and Emily Blunt), Natalie's first association with the award winning Australian feature film "Birthday" began when she appeared in both the Melbourne and Adelaide seasons of the acclaimed theatrical play. Natalie's portrayal of the leading role of 'M' received rave reviews, and led to her invitation to reprise the role on screen, her first lead in a feature, alongside a stellar Australian cast. Working as collaborator with Writer/Director J. Harkness from the film's conception, Natalie took on the role of both lead actress and co-producer expanding her expertise and resulting in invitations to adjudicate at international film festivals, guest lecture at universities and landed her feature articles in major national and international film publications. Natalie's portrayal of sex-worker 'M' has been touted as "Mesmeric"-Susie Lindeman Eastside FM, "Brilliant"- Erich Schultz Cannes IFF Director, and won her the prestigious 'Best Actor' award at the Cannes Independent Film Festival and a nomination for 'Best Actress' in the 12th Melbourne Underground Film Festival. Natalie also appeared on Australian Network Ten's morning talk show 'The Circle' to discuss the film, her ambitious work on the production and her historic win. Natalie's contribution to the Australian film industry was also recognized by Crown Content's Who's Who of Australian Women. In addition to her film achievements, Natalie is also an accomplished singer and musician, works as an International Film Festival Features Programmer and has studied as a Life/Creativity Coach. Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Natalie is now based in Los Angeles and is managed by Emery Entertainment.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Emery Entertainment