Natalie is a well seasoned voice over artist, calisthenics artist and bullsh*t artist.
Let’s play a game. Here are two truths and one lie about Nat. You guess which is which.
1. She’s been performing on stage since the wee age of three.
2. She wee’d on stage at age three.
3. She’s a stage three black belt in Brazilian jiu jitsu
Anyway, she gets paid to stand in rooms by herself and pretend she’s someone else that’s really excited about what they’ve got to say. And she’s bloody good at it. She can make the worst scripts seem like breaking news and breaking news sound like a really bad script if that’s what she’s directed to do. It’s really up to you.
She’s got a head for radio and I mean that in the nicest way. Nat embodies experience, professionalism, talent and the ability to talk under wet cement with a mouth full of marbles in a forest where a falling tree makes no sound but she can.
Seriously, she’s that good
Now how about we discuss some of the more important stuff?
Loaning her vocal chords to create and produce seven (yes, seven) of the animated characters for Season 1 and 2 of Nickelodeon’s Kuu-Kuu Harajuku (Produced by Gwen Stefani), Nat is really making use of those voices in her head. With a vast array of animation experience, she can also be heard as the delightful voices of Morgana (Sherazade: The Untold Stories – currently in production), Lucinda & Anime Girls (Exchange Student Zero, Foxtel TeleMovie), Ash (Freddo & Friends, Cadbury Interactive Web) and Jaz Mitchell (Wakkaville, Network Ten).
In 2016, Nat was awarded a VoVo (VoiceOver award) in the category of Most Convincing Energised or Retail Read for a little number she put down for Chemist Warehouse – if you listen like a champ, you might just hear it in her demo!
She spent a chunk of time narrating wonderful sports and tourist information programs such as Gold Diggers and Host City Rio (Inverleigh) which aired internationally in the lead up to the 2016 Olympic games – surely you saw them right? RIGHT?
With the ability to bend, transform, sell, mould, inform and engage and certainly a good laugh to work with, you need to look no further than Natalie Bond.