Natalie emigrated to the UK from Australia in 2000, where she was a short film writer/director and theatre performer.
In 2002 she joined the BBC to have the opportunity to work with and observe Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French and Producer Jo Sargent on ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ and ‘French & Saunders’.
In 2004 she joined Armando Iannucci’s Slap Unit, working her way up from researcher to Assistant Producer on programmes such as ‘The Thick Of It’ and ‘Time Trumpet’.
In recent years Natalie has been working with the BBC Comedy Online team developing, producing and directing alongside upcoming and established writers and performers – such as Morwenna Banks and Sean Gray, as well as directing the children’s sitcom ‘Hotel Trubble’ and ‘Dick and Dom’s Funny Business’.
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