Natalie is one of Australia’s most versatile entertainers, achieving success as an actress, musician, presenter and author.
Natalie was recently seen on Network Ten reprising her role as 'Izzy Hoyland' in the iconic television series NEIGHBOURS. Natalie also appeared in the second season of Network Ten's THE WRONG GIRL and was featured in Network Ten's biopic BROCK, alongside Matt Le Nevez. Her other acting credits include the third installment of the hit series UNDERBELLY: THE GOLDEN MILE, THE MYSTERY OF NATALIE WOOD, CONTERSTRIKE and THE LOST WORLD. She also won the Best Actress Award at Tropfest 2016 for her performance in the short film WHY WOULD I LIE?.
Natalie’s work as a presenter includes starring as a judge and mentor in the popular Channel Seven series THE X FACTOR AUSTRALIA and she led Beau Monga to victory on THE X FACTOR NEW ZEALAND. She co-hosted the 2010 ARIA AWARDS and won a Logie Award for her three year stint as host on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE. In early 2017, she appeared in Network Ten’s I’M A CELEBRITY: GET ME OUT OF HERE.
Natalie most recently performed on stage for the Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s FUNNY GIRL IN CONCERT and performed at the 2018 Helpmann Awards. Natalie began her stage career on Australian productions of GREASE, RENT, FOOTLOOSE and CHICAGO. She returned to stage at the iconic Sydney Opera House for the hugely successful extended season of the play LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE.
Natalie has received Logie nominations for Most Popular Actress and Most Popular Presenter, as well as two Gold Logie nominations.
Natalie’s music career has seen her achieve acclaim as one of only ten women to reach Number One on the ARIA Charts as a solo artist. Her solo album, 1000 STARS, debuted at number one in 2009. She has enjoyed international success as front woman of The Rogue Traders, achieving multi-platinum sales across two albums, as well as two APRA nominations, an MTV award win, and seven ARIA nominations.
In 2015 Natalie launched a children’s clothing line CHI KHI.
Natalie will next be seen as the host of Network Ten’s Changing Rooms.