Natalie Knepp is an actress, voiceover artist, writer & harpist living and working in New York City. 
She has guest starred and recurred on numerous national television shows including Orange is the New BlackThe Good WifeBlue BloodsUnforgettableCSI: MiamiDamagesGossip Girl, the A&E mini-series Coma, the A&E digital series Think Tank, and the Amazon Prime series Z: The Beginning of Everything.
Natalie has worked on numerous Feature Films including the film adaptation of the hit musical The Last Five Years playing the pivotal role of Alise Michaels, starring opposite Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan; adapted for the screen by Richard LaGravense. Other films include the festival hits: RocksteadyBridge and TunnelImagine I'm Beautiful, and Alto (with Diana DeGarmo, Annabella Sciorra and Billy Wirth). Following its premiere at the AFI film festival in 2016, Sam from Executive Producer Mel Brooks was written and directed by Nicholas Brooks and stars Natalie as the title character Samantha. In November 2017 A Joyous Christmas on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel starred Natalie as Rachel Kennedy opposite Michael Rady and Bonnie Bedelia. Her most recent films include Impossible Monsters and Making the Day.
Natalie has an extensive theatre resume working both in New York City and regionally. She was part of the Sundance Theatre Lab in 2012 acting opposite Cherry Jones in "When I was Young and Unafraid" written by Sarah Treem and "Appropriate" written by Brandon Jacob Jenkins.
Natalie grew up playing the Harp, and with her love of music found a love for the Theatre.  During her Junior year in high school, she landed the role of Juliet in Romeo & Juliet, at the Weathervane Playhouse and began her journey as an actress. She went on to attend the prestigious performing arts high school, Interlochen Arts Academy, where she graduated with a major in Theatre and minor in Harp.  After 2 years at Interlochen, she went on to receive a B.F.A. in Acting from Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts where she spent a year in London studying at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. 
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