Natalie Hebert

Actor. Photographer. Terrible speller.

Natalie Hebert

Actor. Photographer. Terrible Speller.


This is Natalie. She's an actor and photographer.

She started a photography business in 2006, shooting professionally for local artists and theater companies. Eventually, she made her way out from behind the camera and began training and working as an actor in 2012. What started as simply another creative outlet quickly grew into a passion and new profession.

A geek about gear, lenses, and light, Natalie always looks forward to tech week when working in the theater and will want to stand-in whenever possible on set. She will probably weird-out your DP by watching them closely while they work.


Below is her resume.







The Bartender (short) - Lead/Carly - Dir. Travis Newsad

A Prince is Not Respected in His Hometown (short) - Supporting/Stephanie - Dir. Bryan Sih

Strike (short) - Supporting/Doctor - Dir. Wes Palmer (Auspicious Phoenix Productions)

Moniker (music video, artist: Penny&Sparrow)  - Lead/Mother - Dir. Bryan Sih

The Boswell Incident (short) - Lead/Dep. Rosie Hutchins - Dir. Wes Palmer

To Finally Contemplate Your Visits (short) - Lead/Mother - Dir. Bryan Sih

The Day Before a Wedding (Independent)  - Supporting/Alethia - Dir. Bryan Sih

Postal (short) - Supporting/Ellie - Dir. Annaleise Scheck



 A Future Perfect - Claire - Flyleaf Theater (Eric Butler)

Getting Sara Married - Sara - Natick Center for the Arts (Rosann Santorelli)

Macbeth - Lady Macbeth - Ghost Light Players (Kat Alix-Gaudreau)

Complete Works of William Shakespeare - Jess - Ragnarok Productions (Nathan Scott)

Wit - Susie Monahan - New England Repertory Company (Ken Butler)*

(*- Nomination, Best Supporting Actress- EMACT)


Commercial // Print // Voice-over

30+ Principal roles in national, regional, and local campaigns since the start of 2017.

(full list available upon request)



BU Actor’s Lab - Boston University - Jan Egleson & Carolyn Pickman

On Camera - Michael Chekhov Actors Studio Boston - Scott Fielding 

Chekhov Training - Michael Chekhov Actors Studio Boston - Scott Fielding