Natalie Cohen

Actress | Model

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NATALIE COHEN was born and raised in Southern California. The oldest of four children, she has two sisters and one brother. A blue-eyed blonde and an artistic soul, Natalie loves to draw, write stories and pen poetry. Much of Natalie's inspiration comes from her own life experiences, as well as working on film and television sets with some of the best in the industry.

At the age of nine, she began taking ice skating lessons and was a competitive figure skater for six years. Throughout her teens, she raced behind speed boats going up to 70mph on a single ski as a member of the Lake Arrowhead Water Ski Club.

With an immense love for children, animals, and the outdoors, Natalie has a very competitive, fun-loving spirit, and she is not afraid to take risks. Whether it has been on the ice, on stage, or in front of a camera, Natalie has always enjoyed performing. And so, her desire to be involved in the entertainment industry sparked a flame in her heart at an early age.

Natalie began pursuing acting in early 2005, and by Summer 2006 was cast in her first role as one of twelve casino cocktail waitresses in the feature film Ocean's Thirteen. Being on-set for the majority of filming, Natalie was mesmerized by the cast and crew.

"It was absolutely thrilling to be a part of something so special - witnessing movie magic as the plot and characters were brought to life scene by scene. To have the opportunity to work with so many talented actors I've watched and admired for years was an incredible honor and an indescribable learning experience."

Since then, Natalie has continued to pursue her acting career with full force. She has proven her natural comedic talent by taking on notable roles in: 2 Broke Girls, Whitney, MTV's Death Valley, The League, and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. In addition, she has appeared in numerous blockbuster films, starred in a Japanese McDonald's commercial, and a Spanish Comcast Xfinity commercial that aired nationwide from June 2010 until November 2012.

While pursuing acting, Natalie has also maintained a successful modeling career. She has graced the pages of Entertainment Weekly Magazine, was the cover model for TYR Swimwear, and portrayed 'Lady Justice' in the global advertising campaign for the CBS legal drama The Defenders.