Natalie Saleeba

Natalie Saleeba


Natalie Saleeba was born on Jun 27, 1978 in Australia. Natalie Saleeba's big-screen debut came with Sweat - Season 1 directed by Karl Zwicky in 1996. Natalie Saleeba is known for Utopia directed by Rob Sitch, Rob Sitch stars as Tony and Celia Pacquola as Nat. The upcoming new tvshow Natalie Saleeba plays is Back to the Rafters - Season 1 which will be released on Sep 17, 2021.

Natalie Saleeba is an Australian born actress best known for her roles as Jessica Singleton in the medical drama series All Saints, Rosie Cammeniti on Neighbours and as Doctor Abigail Albert on the Logie award winning series House Husbands on which she starred through seasons 1- 5. Most recently Natalie reprised her role as Melanie in the ABC comedy Utopia. Natalie's debut role was in feature film Under The Lighthouse Dancing alongside Naomi Watts, Jack Thompson and Jacqueline McKenzie. Other early credits include Corridors of Power opposite Jeremy Sims and Head Start. Throughout her career Natalie has made regular guest appearances on many Australian TV shows including Tricky Business, Winners and Losers, Stingers, The Secret Life Of Us, Always Greener, Head Start, Corridors Of Power and Sweat as well as playing the lead role, Debs in the British Foxtel coproduction Lovebytes. Natalie also played Melanie in the ABC1 series Utopia and most recently could be seen alongside Rachel Griffiths in Dead Lucky for SBS, directed by David Caesar, as well as in the short film The Craft, alongside Helen Thompson and Zoe Terakes. Natalie was nominated for a TV Week Logie Award for Most Popular New Talent for her work on All Saints. On stage, Natalie made her debut with the prestigious Bell Shakespeare Company and went on to star in three productions for the company; Mad About You, Much Ado About Nothing and Rough Justice. Natalie's other theatre credits include The Return at The New Theatre, The Birthday Party at The Terminus theatre, Is That You Nancy at Twisty Club and Riding The Tiger for the Art Rage festival. In 2018 Natalie played the lead role in David Williamson's new play, Sorting out Rachel at the Ensemble Theatre, Directed by Nadia Tass. Most recently Natalie played seven different characters in Alice Birch's triptych, Anatomy of a Suicide at The Old Fitz. In 2015 Natalie completed a role in the feature film Truth, opposite Cate Blanchett and Robert Redford. Natalie's most recent work was for the role of Sylvia on Back to the Rafters, and voicing the Penguin Random House audiobook, My Father, The Murderer.

  • Birthday

    Jun 27, 1978
  • Place of Birth

    Perth, Western Australia, Australia

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