Natalie Loren was born beautiful; to an English mother and a Mauritian father, she has striking looks, as well as a body that any woman would die for and most men would kill for.
At 16 Natalie got scouted by a renowned modelling agency and moved from her native Liverpool to the bright lights of London. It was here that Natalie worked with famous photographers, including the late Bob Carlos-Clarke, becoming, along with her best friend Kelly Brook, one of his muse’s for the ‘Living Dolls’ exhibition and book.
After a successful modelling stint in England’s capital, Natalie decided to move stateside. In the late 2000's she took her career to the next level, being shot by renowned photographer Will Camden and becoming the face of Elizabeth Arden fragrance ‘Curve’.
During this time Natalie also developed her DJing skills - remixing Jared Leto’s single ‘Hurricane’ from his increasingly successful band ‘30 Seconds to Mars’. And then to make it a trifecta of creative achievements, Natalie used her skills to become the lead female role in Jared’s directorial debut in the short film of the same name.
After this it was clear Natalie had caught the acting bug, meaning a move to LA was necessary. Natalie enrolled at the Lee Strasbourg School to hone her drama skills, following which, Natalie quickly landed the role in the hip film ‘Hey Mr D.J’, various pop promo’s, short movies and TV commercials such as a Moët commercial, TK YU sake commercial, featuring Cee Lo Green; a Corona commercial and a short film; Across Time I Cry and the 2015 film 'Violence'. All this has led to Natalie most important role to date in this summer’s blockbuster; Entourage - The Movie, out next month.
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