Natalie Dew


Photo: Daniel Sutka


Simon Beresford

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Peter Rabbit Dir: Will Gluck
Animal Logic, Sony Pictures
We Can Be Heroes Dir: Claire Downes
Heroes Productions


The Provoked Wife and Venice Preserved

Dir: Phillip Breen and Prasanna Puwanarajah

Twelfth Night

Dir: Kwame Kwei-Armah & Oskar Eustis
Young Vic

Deposit Dir: Lisa Spirling
Hampstead Theatre
Breaking The Code Dir: Rob Hastie
Royal Exchange Theatre
Human Animals Dir: Hamish Pirie
The Royal Court Theatre
Bend It Like Beckham Dir: Gurinder Chadha
Phoenix Theatre
Teh Internet Is A Serious Business Dir: Hamish Pirie
The Royal Court Theatre
Twelfth Night Dir: Gemma Bodinetz
Liverpool Everyman
Fault Lines Dir: Lisa Spirling
Hampstead Theatre Downstairs
Romeo & Juliet Dir: Bijan Sheibani
National Theatre
Arab Nights Dir: Poppy Burton-Morgan
Metta Theatre
Rest Upon The Wind Dir: Tanushka Marah
A.M. Productions
Rough Cuts Dir: Simon Godwin
Royal Court Theatre
Hamlet Dir: Conrad Nelson
Northern Broadsides
Arabian Nights Dir: Dominic Cooke
As You Like It Dir: Tim Supple
Dash Arts
Hansel & Gretel Dir: Gill Robertson
Catherine Wheel Theatre Company
Twelfth Night Dir: Ed Dick
New Shakespeare Theatre Company


The Capture 2 Dir: James Kent
Heyday / BBC1
Sandylands 2 Dir: Michael Cumming
King Bert Productions / UKTV
Fear Fatigue / Unprecedented Dir: Brian Hill
Headlong, Century Films, BBC
The Great Dir: Ben Chessell
Roadkill Dir: Michael Keillor
The Forge/ BBC1
Sandylands Dir: Michael Cumming
King Bert Productions / UKTV
Bad Move Open Mike Productions / ITV
No Offence 3

Dir: Various
Channel 4, Abbott Vision

Bodyguard Dir: Jed Mercurio
BBC, World Productions

Dir: Judith Dine

KIRI Dir: Euros Lyn
Channel 4
Lewis Dir: Dan Reed
Gavin & Stacey Dir: Christine Gernon
Monster TV Dir: Jeremy Swan


2016 - Bend It Like Beckham - Olivier Award Nomination for Best Actress in a Musical
2015 - Bend It Like Beckham - Evening Standard Nomination for Best Newcomer In A Musical Award
2009 - As you Like It - Ian Charleson Award Third Place
2008 - Twelfth Night - Ian Charleson Award Commendation
2008 - SPOTLIGHT prize nominee


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Arab, Indian, London, RP*, West Country, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Alto, Ballet, Jazz Dancing, Mezzo-Soprano*, Period Dancing*, Soprano, Tap*
(* = highly skilled)
Vehicle Licences: Car Driving Licence
Other Skills: Acrobatics


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“A beguiling performance from NATALIE DEW as a sexually eager Olivia.”
Michael Billington The Guardian

★★★★☆ “NATALIE DEW is a bright-eyed, engaging Olivia.  […] Twelfth Night has an irrepressible sense of fun, and the message is a clear one: the themes of his new regime will be accessibility, empathy, generosity and inclusiveness.”
Henry Hitchings – Standard

“Twelfth Night, in turn, allows room for grief: the opening image of a hearse sets the scene for the mournful Olivia (the ever-delightful NATALIE DEW). The production is at its best when sweetest and least strenuous: when, for instance, a gossip-minded subset of the community chorus that are part of the company takes centre-stage to inform us of “the word on the street”, or at moments that find DEW’S erotically reawakened Olivia chasing a half-dressed bedmate outdoors, unaware that she has her mysterious intermediary confused with the unrecognisable Viola’s hot-to-trot twin, Sebastian.”
Matt Wolf – The Arts Desk


“A mother and daughter, Nancy and Alex, come down on opposite sides; the younger (Natalie Dew, outstanding), just back from travels overseas, protests against animal hostility; the elder (Stella Gonet) fears for her family and her home. Two men, John and Si, meet for drinks in a pub - strangers with a sexual tension become mutually suspicious friends.” - Matt Trueman (

“Hamish Pirie’s fast-moving and fluid production fields a battery of effects, with birds crashing into window panes and projections of insect colonies. Despite a lack of depth in some exchanges, there are enjoyable performances not only from Gelder and Gonet, but also from Ashley Zhangazha and Natalie Dew as the conflicted couple Jamie and Lisa.” - Aleks Sierz (The Stage)


Height: 5'3" (160cm)
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Playing Age: 16-25
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