Natalie Spriggs is a British performer and singer. Since training at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London, she made her UK theatre debut in the No1 Tour of “Girl’s Night”. Following this, Natalie has enjoyed much success singing and performing all over the world.
International credits include Disney where she performed the roles of Ursula (The Little Mermaid), Cruella De Ville (101 Dalmations), and Esmerelda (The Hunchback of Notre Dame), Thereafter she was awarded the role of lead vocalist onboard the Luxury Yacht 'Seabourn Odyssey' and later, Cunard’s 'Queen Mary II', Royal Caribbean's 'Freedom of the Seas', Azamara's 'Journey' and Seabourn's 'Sojourn', where she performed to audiences worldwide.
Between her performing experiences on the seas, Natalie gained her first film credit alongside the late John Hurt and the late Roger Lloyd Pack in the BBC Drama, “In Love with Alma Cogan”.
Theatre credits include, “The Celtic Ladies” in the acclaimed Irish show “Spirit of the Dance” (International and European Tour), UK Tour of “The Celtic Ladies and Irish Tenors” alongside UK opera star Jonathon Ansell, and 'Rock Around the Clock' (UK and China tour).
Most recently Natalie joined the inaugural cast of Seabourn Encore and has enjoyed sharing the stage with Sir Tim Rice in his newest collaboration 'An evening With Sir Tim Rice', which has debuted in the UK and enjoyed International success also.
This is her first time performing to an Australian audience and she is delighted to be able to explore this part of the world with such a talented cast.