Natalia completed the Two-Year Acting Course at Drama Studio London after graduating in English and Drama at Goldsmiths, University of London.
She was a female wrestler in Wrestleandwrestle, directed by Tom Hughes at Shoreditch Town Hall, and the poised and feisty Kitty Stratton in Matthew Parker’s production of Thark at the Drayton Arms Theatre. Whilst training her Shakespearean roles included Isabella and Richard III. As Angelo and Balthazar in The Comedy of Errors, she did a high energy costume change onstage as they talked to each other!
Natalia has attended dance classes since she was two, and is confident in ballet, jazz, and contemporary dance. She is passionate about movement and whilst growing up performed in a variety of dance productions with youth groups around Cumbria, gaining several medals with the British Theatre Dance Association.
She is the co-founder of a new playwriting group. At the age of eight she founded and edited a children’s magazine which was picked up by a local Cumbrian newspaper and included as their centrefold for ten years.
She is also an adept tarot card reader!