Natalie Mendoza

Natalie Jackson Mendoza was born in Hong Kong to a Filipina/Spanish Jazz musician father and German/English mother.

She had a bohemian upbringing with her six artist siblings living all over the world. She was raised as a child in Hong Kong and Australia. She studied Classical Acting at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School UK and Playhouse West LA. Natalie has enjoyed lead roles in theater and had the honor to open the National Theatre's brand new Dorfman Theatre in London with the show Here Lies Love written by David Byrne and Fatboy Slim, directed by Alex Timbers, Natalie was cast as the lead role of Imelda Marcos and has received 5-star reviews for her interpretation of the role. Other theater credits include, Arms of Fire by Duncan Sheik and Steven Adler. She was selected from over 3000 women by Bono and Edge to play the original Arachne in Spiderman: Turn Off The Dark on Broadway.

She has always worked in film and television from a young age and landed a 3-picture deal with Miramax at 19. She is still best known for Descent 1 & 2 and her lead role of Jackie Clunes in BBC's drama Hotel Babylon. Natalie has moved on to writing and developing for her own film production company as well as recording an album. She had a record deal with Virgin Records as a teenager in a Punk pop band. She has recorded and partnered with Grammy Award winning producer Glen Ballard developing and co-creating several multimedia projects.

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Cast Credits

Blood Drive (2017)
Guest starring as Stacey Fung (3 episodes)
Blue Bloods (2010)
Guest starring as Lindsay Stewart
Hotel Babylon (2006)
Starring as Jackie Clunes (21 episodes)
Farscape (1999)
Guest starring as Lishala