Natasha Bassett was born in Sydney, New South Wales, where she was raised by her mother. She went on her first audition at 14, landed the lead role in the Australian Theatre for Young People's production of "Romeo and Juliet", and has never looked back, moving on to study, write, and perform at the National Institute of Dramatic Art. This led to Natasha performing under the artistic direction of Cate Blanchett in Sydney Theatre Company's stage production of "Bookends". Natasha landed the lead in the MTV film, Dungoona (2009), and appeared on several Australian television series (Rake (2010), Wild Boys (2011), Cops LAC (2010)), while attending classes. After graduating high school, she appeared in P.J. Hogan's film, Mental (2012), alongside Toni Collette and Liev Schreiber, and traveled to Paris to play the lead in the feature, The Last Goodbye (2013). At 19, she was awarded a screenwriting scholarship from the ArtStart Screenwriters Program, where she wrote and directed her short film, Kite (2013). The acclaimed short was featured in the Rhode Island International Film Festival, Balinale International Film Festival, and the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival. Natasha moved to New York City, studied at the Atlantic Acting School, and relocated to Los Angeles for the NBC series, Camp (2013). She can next be seen, alongside Olivia Cooke and Mary Steenburgen, in the indie drama, Katie Says Goodbye (2016), and as 50s-era starlet Gloria DeLamour in Joel Coen and Ethan Coen's Hail, Caesar! (2016), with George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, and Channing Tatum. She is repped by Untitled Management and Shanahan Management in Australia.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|Spinning Man||April 6, 2018|