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Natalie Paris Biography

 
Bio:
Natalie Paris is an actress known for playing the role of Jane Seymour in Six in London. Natalie began her training at the Finch Stage School at the age of 5 and at 16, won a Dance and Drama Award to study at The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. She continued her studies with Michael Xavier and ... (read complete bio)
 

Bio:
Natalie Paris is an actress known for playing the role of Jane Seymour in Six in London. Natalie began her training at the Finch Stage School at the age of 5 and at 16, won a Dance and Drama Award to study at The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. She continued her studies with Michael Xavier and ... (read complete bio)

Natalie Paris is an actress known for playing the role of Jane Seymour in Six in London. Natalie began her training at the Finch Stage School at the age of 5 and at 16, won a Dance and Drama Award to study at The Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. She continued her studies with Michael Xavier and Lindsey Wise at West End Masterclass and most recently at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Whilst at RADA she played Mrs Slammekin and Dolly Trull in The Beggar’s Opera at the Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre, directed by Eve Shapiro.



She was a member of the National Youth Music Theatre playing the lead in Mark Ravenhill and Craig Christie’s Totally Over You at the Lyric Theatre and was also a member of the Theatre Royal Haymarket Youth Academy, where she played Mrs Dungbeetle in Capek’s The Insect Play, Millie in Ayckbourn’s Confusions and Snout/Wall in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’ Dream. As a young performer, she appeared in the West End productions of Les Miserables (Palace & Queens Theatre), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (London Palladium), Joseph (New London Theatre) Sunday in the Park with George, also singing on the cast recording (Menier Chocolate Factory & Wyndham’s Theatre) and Billy Elliott (Victoria Palace). Natalie also performs regularly as part of a four- part harmony group Sorella (formerly The Stereoettes) and in the last year they have made appearances in venues across the UK including Winter wonderland, Hyde Park, Primo Bar, Westminster, a recent ‘A Capella’ Performance at The London Hippodrome, as well as charity events for the NSPCC and a performance for Sky Television. They have also toured Europe as well as visiting Miami in the USA.