NATASHA LEWIS by Elliott Franks
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20-22 Wenlock Road, London N1 7GU
Phone: 020 7278 9980
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Height:5'4" (162cm)
Weight:10st. (64kg)
Playing Age:27 - 43 years
Appearance:Latin American, Indian, Mediterranean
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Long
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Warm


Natasha is currently in rehearsals as the role of Darvesh’s Mum in David Walliams’ story, ‘The Boy In The Dress’ for the Royal Shakespeare Company, adapted by Mark Ravenhill, music by Guy Chambers & Robbie Williams and directed by Greg Doran. She was most recently seen as Vera in ‘Brassed Off’ & Hackney Empire’s 20th Anniversary pantomime ‘Aladdin’ as Jin Jin the Genie Of The Ring. Last year she appeared in ‘Miss Littlewood’ at the RSC as part of the 2017/18 Swan Season directed by Erica Whyman.

Stage Musical Television Film Short Film Pantomime Rehearsed Reading Comedy Opera Recording Further Credits
2019, Stage, Vera, Brassed Off, The New Victoria Theatre, Conrad Nelson
2019, Stage, Tituba, Call Me Fury, Out Of The Forest Theatre Co, Sasha Wilson
2018, Stage, Nellie, Miss Littlewood, Royal Shakespeare Company, Erica Whyman
2017, Stage, Max of the Mint, The Threepenny Opera, The Octagon Theatre, Bolton, David Thacker
2016, Stage, Scarface, Peter Pan In Scarlet, The New Victoria Theatre & Oxford Playhouse, Theresa Heskins
2015, Stage, Polar Pear, The Insatiable, Inflatable Candylion, National Theatre Wales, Wils Wilson
2015, Stage, Mrs Peachum, The Threepenny Opera, Mumford Theatre, Cambridge, Simon Bell
2014, Stage, Mary, The BFG, Birmingham Rep, Teresa Ludovico
2014, Stage, Lucy Brown, The Threepenny Opera, GRAEAE & UK Tour, Jenny Sealey & Pete Rowe
2012, Stage, Lady Caroline Laney, Dear Brutus, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, John Durnin
2012, Stage, Sabot, Rope, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, Richard Baron
2011, Stage, Goddess of the Lake (& Music Captain), Philip Pullman's 'The Firework Maker's Daughter', Bloomsbury Theatre, London, Phil Clarke
2011, Stage, Raksha/Messua (& Music Captain), The Jungle Book, UK Tour, Neal Foster
2011, Stage, Coochi Snorcher, The Vagina Monologues, Purcell Rooms, Royal Festival Hall, London, Janet Steele
2010, Stage, The Goddess of the Lake, Philip Pullman's 'The Firework Maker's Daughter', Birmingham Old Rep, Phil Clarke
2007, Stage, Mary Magdalene, Paul - A Strange Kind of Hero, Brighton Fringe, Sue Pomeroy
2006, Stage, Natalie, Promises & Lies, Birmingham Rep, Johnathan Church
2005, Stage, Narrator & The Ballad Singer's Wife, The Life of Galileo, Birmingham Rep, Johnathan Church
2002, Stage, Joanna, 20 000 Leagues Under The Sea, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, Kerry Michael
2002, Stage, The Bandit Queen, Baiju Bawra, Theatre Royal, Stratford East, ULTZ
2002, Stage, Polly Peachum, The Threepenny Opera, National Theatre, Tim Baker
2018, Musical, Violet, Oranges and Elephants, Hoxton Hall, London, Susie McKenna
2018, Musical, Shirley, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Queens Theatre, Hornchurch, Douglas Rintoul
2017, Musical, The Hawker, The Who's ‘Tommy’, UK Tour - Ramps On The Moon, Kerry Michael
2016, Musical, Diane Abbott, Corbyn The Musical - The Motorcycle Diaries, Waterloo East Theatre, Adam Lenson
2013, Musical, Billie, Our House, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich and UK Tour, Pete Rowe
2012, Musical, Crystal, Little Shop of Horrors, Pitlochry Festival Theatre, John Durnin
2010, Musical, Jussi (WhatsOnStage Awards - Best New Musical), Britain's Got Bhangra, Theatre Royal, Stratford East & UK Tour, Pravesh Kumar
2008, Musical, The Apollo Performer, Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story, Theatre Partners - UK Tour, Rob Bettinson
2007, Musical, Lt. Genevieve Marshall U/S Bloody Mary, South Pacific, UK Productions - UK Tour, Julian Woolford
2006, Musical, Tintinabula, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, Pete Rowe
2005, Musical, Musical Director, Fame - The Musical, Fusion, Chris Yapp
2005, Musical, U/S Hebe (Olivier Award - Best Musical Revival), HMS Pinafore, Open Air Theatre, Regents Park, Ian Talbot
2001, Musical, Lola, Excerpts from Copacabana, London Palladium, Darren Lord
2013, Television, Chemo Nurse, EastEnders, BBC, Richard Lynn
2007, Feature Film, Featured Ensemble - Esme, Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Warner Bros, Tim Burton
Short Film
2007, Short Film, Nina, Deadline, Brighton Media, Christian Wise
2018, Pantomime, Jin Jin the Genie Of The Ring, Aladdin, Hackney Empire, Susie McKenna
2016, Pantomime, Cinderella, Cinderella, Queens Theatre, Hornchurch, Martin Berry
2012, Pantomime, Fairy Bow Bells, Dick Whittington & His Cat, Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham, Phil Clarke
2006, Pantomime, U/S Dick Whittington, Mark Ravenhill's 'Dick Whittington & His Cat', Barbican, Edward Hall
2005, Pantomime, Delia, Cinderella, Oxford Playhouse, Ian Talbot
2004, Pantomime, Susie Sushi, Aladdin, The Courtyard Theatre, Hereford, Jonathan Stone
Rehearsed Reading
2018, Rehearsed Reading, Philly, Marina (Radical Mischief Conference), Royal Shakespeare Company, Becky Hope-Palmer
2017, Rehearsed Reading, Yaz, This New Life, The Other Palace/Theatre Royal, Stratford East, Firdos Ali
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Actor - Telegraph Hill by AL Kennedy, Actors Reading Writers, Rupert Frazer
2003, Rehearsed Reading, Lucinda Rice, Emancipation Day, Soho Theatre/Theatre Royal Stratford East, Delmozine Morris
2010, Comedy, Musical Director/Tina, The Bay City Molars, Henley Fringe, Johnathan Kydd
2009, Comedy, Tina, The Amazing Singing Dentists, Henley Fringe, Johnathan Kydd
2000, Opera, Cobweb, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Open Hand Productions, Simon Bell
2009, Recording, Lead Vocalist, LisGoa - Antonio Chainho, Ghude Records, Antonio Chainho
Further Credits
2019, Workshop, Mabel, Benny And The Greycats, Sheffield Crucible Theatre/Maya Productions, Suzanne Gorman
2018, Workshop, Trixie, Lucky Petra, BEAM 2018, Pete Rowe
2018, Workshop, Bell, Ruff Tuff Cream Puff Estate Agency, Cardboard Citizens, Adrian Jackson
2015, Workshop, Various, Candylion, National Theatre Wales, Wils Wilson
2014, Workshop, Various, The BFG, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Teresa Ludovico


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
African, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Bradford, Canadian, Cockney, East European, English-Standard, French, Indian, Liverpool, London*, Northern, RP*, Russian, Scottish-Standard, Turkish, West Indies, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
A Cappella*, Ballad*, Bass Trombone*, Choral Singing*, Classical Singing*, Contemporary Singing*, Double Bass, Harmonium*, Indian Vocals*, Jazz Dancing, Jazz Singing*, Keyboards, Mezzo-Soprano*, Opera*, Percussion*, Piano, Rock Singing*, Sight-Reading*, Trombone*
Performance:Actor-Musician, Actor-Singer, Comedy, Mask, Musical Comedy, Musical Theatre, Musician-Professional, Outdoor Performances, Repertory, Singer-Professional, Voice Acting, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Hockey (field), Pool*, Skiing, Stage Combat, Swimming*, Table Tennis, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Choir Conductor, Composer, Computer Literate, Cooking/Baking, Devising, Drama Coach (professional), Drama Workshop Leader, Improvisation, Musical Director, Musical Theatre Workshop Leader, Orchestral Conducting, Singing Teacher/Coach, Workshop Leader (Acting)


London School of Musical Theatre, PGDip Performance, 1 year, 2000 - 2001

Anglia University, Cambridge, BA (Hons) Music 2:1, 3 years, 1997 - 2000