Natalie Paul in Brooklyn, New York Born American actress. Paul is recognized for her Tv serials include David Simon’s direct American drama television series ‘The Deuce’, Musical Drama television series ‘Smash’, Anthology crime drama mystery television series ‘The Sinner’ and Crime Drama television series ‘Power’.
Natalie Paul Physical Appearance
Height (approx)– 5’6″
Weight (approx)– 57 Kg
Hair color– Black
Eye Color– Black
Skin Tone– Black
From Yale University, Natalie completed her B.A and MFA from the New York University Tisch School of the Arts.
In her first miniseries debut title is ‘Show Me a Hero’ Paul played a community organizer Doreen Henderson in 2015.
In 2017 Paul made her Hollywood debut as a lead role in Mut Rushkin’s direct American biographical crime drama film ‘Crown Heights’. This film received many awards like the Audience Award at the ‘Sundance Film Festival’ in 2017. Natalie also receives an NAACP image award for her role in the film.
Paul’s next regular role in the 1970 Time Square drama ‘The Deuce’. She played a News Paper reporter Sandra Washington in the American drama television series.
In 2018 Paul appeared in American late-night sketch comedy television series ‘Random Acts of Flyness’ in HBO. Paul cast as a Karen Minty in American Psychological thriller television series ‘You’.
Natalie appeared in the second season of American anthology crime drama mystery television series ‘The Sinner’.
As well as acting she also writes and directs two shorts films ‘Everything Absolutely’ and ‘Sweet Tea’.
Natalie Paul Movies and Tv shows Lists
In 2017 she act as Antoinette in Biographical crime drama television series ‘Crown Heights‘.
Natalie Paul Tv shows Lists
|2014||Period Crime drama television series ‘Boardwalk Empire’||Beatrice Carson|
|2015||Show Me a Hero||Doreen Henderson|
|2016||Law & Order|
|2017||The Deuce||Sandra Washington|
|2018||The Sinner||Heather Novack|
American crime thriller Television series ‘The Blacklist’
|A.D.A. Sarah Pace|
Natalie Paul Awards and Achievements
In 2018 Natalie was nominated for NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture. In the same year, she won the ‘Black Reel Award for Outstanding Actress’ for her in the Biographical crime drama film ‘Crown Heights’.