Natalie Medlock is a British-born New Zealand actress and writer best known for her role in Shortland Street as nurse Jill Kingsbury which she played from 3 February 2011 to 16 January 2012. She was born in 1986 on the 15th of October in Plymouth, England with her sister Kate Medlock, until her parents moved to New Zealand in 1999. A committed student, Natalie developed a love for stage work through her school teacher. Living in New Zealand, Natalie attended Wellington's best drama school Toi Whaakari. Beginning her career in the mid-2000s, Natalie received her breakthrough in 2011 with her role on the New Zealand soap opera Shortland Street. Her work in New Zealand television also includes roles on the fantasy drama The Almighty Johnsons (2012) and the sitcom Auckland Daze (2012-2013). In 2018, she joined the second season of Netflix's biographical drama series Roman Empire (2018) starring Aaron Jakubenko as the Roman Emperor Commodus. In 2015, Natalie directed the charitable stage production "Christ Almighty". Two years later in 2017, Natalie directed two film shorts including Goodness Grows Here (2017) and The Pact (2017).
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