Natalie Dormer





2/11/1982 , Reading, England, UK

Birth Name

Natalie Dormer




Natalie was born in Reading, England and is perhaps best known for her role as Anne Boleyn, King Henry VIII's second wife, in the Showtime series, 'The Tudors,' starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers as King Henry VIII. She's also starred in Silk and has been cast in a new BBC Three drama called The Fades, in which she'll play a psychic called Sarah who goes missing under strange circumstances.

She studied acting at the Webber Douglas Academy in London, England and starred in many stage productions such as "Under Milk Wood," "The School for Scandal," and "Pride & Prejudice."

Her first movie role came in the 2005 movie, "Casanova," with Heath Ledger. Initially, her character was to have a small role in the film, but she impressed director Lasse Hallstrom so much, that he expanded her part in the film and added more comedy for her character after he realized how well she handled comedy.

Not only did she impress Lasse Hallstrom, but she impressed Disney/Touchstone as well, and they signed her to a 3 picture deal.

Natalie has also appeared as one episode guests on such television shows as "Distant Shores" and "Rebus."

Natalie is an accomplished mezzo soprano singer and enjoys fencing.