Natalie Lisinska burst onto the Canadian acting scene soon after graduating from Toronto Metropolitan University Theatre School, when she was cast as the lead in "At the Hotel", a series directed by Ken Finkleman for the CBC. Other leading roles soon followed. Adept at both comedy and drama, Natalie was the series lead of "Insecurity" (CBC) for two seasons and won a Canadian Screen Award for her recurring role in the acclaimed dramatic series "Orphan Black" (BBC America). Natalie has worked extensively in Canadian film and television including leading roles on "The Lake" (Prime Video), "Northern Rescue" (Netflix/CBC), "The Expanse" (SyFy), "Mary Kills People" (Global) and "Young People F*cking" (Maple Pictures). A bright light wherever she goes, Natalie is energized and grounded by the live wires at home, her always hilarious son and actor/writer husband, Matthew MacFadzean.
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