Australian actress Natalie Walker booked the first acting audition she ever went on, a semi-regular role on the award winning Channel Ten TV series, Wicked Science, as a young and exuberant sports teacher.

Natalie went on two years of intense study in America at the schools of renowned screen-acting coaches Christinna Chauncey and Ivana Chubbuck (the latter famously coached Halle Berry, Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron among others). In Australia Natalie completed a Screen Acting Course with Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA).

Natalie has had perennial success as a leading lady in short film. In Los Angeles she starred alongside Heros star James Kyson Lee in the well-received Beef Palace. She played the title role in the short film, Rikki, which she co-wrote and co-produced. More recently she starred in The Winking Boy, which has several international awards and was recently acquired by SBS. She won Best Actress at the RMIT Showcase 2010, and in 2011 she was one of only three nominees (from 48 films) to be nominated for Best Actress in the prestigious Sydney 48 Film Festival.

Natalie made her feature film debut in the US urban action movie, Three Blinks. She had a strong-supporting role as a teenage junky caught up in an ex-soldier's revenge-driven rampage. Natalie also was one of the ensemble lead roles in the Australian supernatural candy horror film Dreamtime's Over, in which she played an ambitious American lawyer.

Recently Natalie had a recurring role on Channel 7's Winners & Losers, where she played Donna Wong, a conservative medical student caught between the wishes of her siblings and her parents.