Natasha trained at the Royal Central School for Speech and Drama and London School of Dramatic Art.
Screen credits include; Al in award-winning ‘My Boy’ (Georgio Serafini, 2015), Serena in ‘Heart of Love’ (Sunshine Production, 2014) and Alex in ‘Johnny is Gone’ (Giorgio Serafini, 2011).
Natasha’s theatre credits include; ‘Huis Clos’ at the Soho Theatre, ‘Three Sisters’ at the Battersea Arts Centre. Natasha proves her versatility in roles such as Maggie in Tennesse Williams’ ‘Cat on a hot tin roof’, Alma in ‘Summer and Smoke’, Blanche Dubois in ‘Streetcar named desire’ and Emma in Harold Pinter’s ‘Betrayal’.
Natasha has featured in numerous commercial campaigns for Bailey’s, Nespresso, Pampers, Dixons, HSBC and most recently Sensodyne.