Natalie is a British actress and Drama and Creative Writing graduate with a passion for performance, film and creative storytelling.
Throughout her career she has played lead roles in several award-winning feature films, TV commercials, music videos and an array of award-winning short films.
Some of which include:
Miracle Grow (2013) [FEATURE LENGTH]
(dir. Emma Kinni)
Best Actress, London Independent Film Festival 2013
The Better Man (2014) [FEATURE LENGTH]
(dir. Matthew Tindall/Joshua Bennett)
Welsh Dragon Award, Newport International Film Festival 2013
Cruel Summer (2016) [FEATURE LENGTH]
(dir. Phillip Escott/Craig Newman)
Sky Premiere Release | Official Selection: FrightFest 2016
Missing Edge (2017) [SHORT]
(dir. Joshua Bennett/Matt Tindall)
1st Prize Winner: Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge 2017
The Corpse Series (2017) [SHORT]
(dir. James Button)
BAFTA Cymru 2017 Nominated: Best Short Film | Best Writer
Time is a Gift (2018) [COMMERCIAL]
(dir. Phil Beastall)
Good Morning Britain, ITV
Get Gone (2019) [FEATURE LENGTH]
(dir. Gurmit Samra)
5* - BBC "A true original" 4* - ITV "Makes you want to keep watching" - COMING SOON.
The Barge People (2019) [FEATURE LENGTH]
(dir. Charlie Steeds)
WORLD PREMIERE: FrightFest 2019
Currently filming After Dark (2020), a vampire feature film directed by Charlie Steeds.
In addition to the above December 2018 saw the success of short film Love Is A Gift (dir. Phil Beastall) - Natalie played the voice over role of 'Mum' in this heart felt film. The film went viral (10,000,000+ views over facebook and youtube combined) and was aired across the Nation on channels such as Sky, BBC, LadBible and ITV. Due to the incredible reaction the film received Natalie and the team were invited on ITV's This Morning to chat with Phillip Schofield and Rochelle Humes about the film. You can catch the full interview on the portfolio page.
In 2017 she played the lead role in short film Missing Edge (dir. Josh Bennett and Matt Tindall) as part of the Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Challenge 2017. With over 160 filmmaking teams taking part they were fortunate enough to take home the 1st Prize! The films were judged by American Producer, Thomas Schnauz [The X-Files, The Lone Gunmen, Night Stalker, Reaper, Breaking Bad, and Better Call Saul] and the Commissioner for the Syfy Channel and Head of TV for Twitter (to name a couple).
The following year in 2018 Natalie co-directed a film for the Sci-Fi 48 Hour Film Challenge Flying Visit (Previously 'Let's Trade') which made the Special Mentions list and more recently her 2019 competition entry Melting Point, judged by a fantastic panel including Kate Crowe [Producer, Misfits] and Nicola Pearcey [President, Lionsgate UK], was placed 3rd out of over 100 entries.
Natalie's latest short films Shear (dir. Riyadh Haque), The Case of Katelyn Burns (dir. Toyah Frantzen), Pop Down (dir. James Button) and Love Thy Neighbour (dir. Stan Mackrell), Karen (Aram Atkinson) are Coming 2019/20.
As well as acting Natalie has also produced and directed a number of short films so is no stranger to
collaboration, hard work and a life both in front and behind the lens.
Blink, Out of Reach, Shedding Skin, Flying Visit (previously titled - Let's Trade), Melting Point, The Event and Aurora.
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