|Height||5' 7½" (1.71 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Natasha Bassett was born in Sydney, Australia. She spent three years honing her craft working on productions at both the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) and the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), participating in both the performing and collective writing of shows. She has a Diploma in Communications and is the recipient of the prestigious Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award. Natasha attended the Atlantic Acting School in New York City in 2012.
Recent credits include NBC's CAMP, starring Rachel Griffiths, where she played 'Chloe'. Natasha also appeared in PJ Hogan's Mental, starring Toni Collette and Liev Schreiber, as well as the lead role in Samantha Rebillet's The Last Goodbye, shot in Paris. Her Australian television credits include MTV's TV Movie Dungoona, in which she played the lead, ABC's Laid and I Rock, Nine's Cops LAC, Seven's Wild Boys, In Your Dreams and ABC's Rake.
Natasha's stage credits include her performance as 'Juliet' in Romeo and Juliet, a child soldier in an ensemble-written play, Battlegrounds, and Citizenship. The play Bookends brought her to the Sydney Theatre Company's stage, under the artistic direction of Cate Blanchett, during the Sydney Writer's Festival. She has represented ATYP at theater festivals across Sydney, in her ensemble-written short play. Natasha won the New South Wales Shakespeare Festival with a short play she also wrote and performed in. Natasha wrote the play House on Fire with renowned Australian playwright Debra Oswald as part of an ensemble, and then played the lead role at the NIDA Parade Playhouse in Sydney.
She was awarded a scholarship in the screenwriting program in the ArtStart MetroScreen Young Screenwriters Program, in which she developed her short film Kite, which she wrote and directed. Natasha is represented by 3 Arts Entertainment in the US and Shanahan Management in Australia.
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