Natalie Gamsu is a singer, actor and cabaret artist. She has performed both internationally (New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, London, Berlin, Amsterdam and Johannesburg), and nationally (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide).
Some of Gamsu's theatre credits include Candide (Woman With One Buttock – Multiple Award Winner), Dr Zhivago (GFO), Mary Poppins, (Miss Andrew - Disney), Women Of Troy (dir. Barry Kosky, STC), Baz Luhrman’s Strictly Ballroom (Abuela) (Global Creatures), Ladies In Black (dir. Simon Phillips) (Magda), Darlinghurst Nights (dir. Lee Lewis), (Rose), Dance Nation (Red Stitch - Maeve), (My Dearworthy Darling (The Rabble, Malthouse), Kiss Of The Spiderwoman (Mother), (dir. Dean Bryant – Melbourne Theatre Company).
From 1992 until 2003, Natalie lived and worked in New York City, performing at the famous Oak Room, Fez and The Russian Tea Room. She won the Backstage Bistro Award for Outstanding Vocalist and a MAC Award for Outstanding Female Vocalist in 1997 and 2000. Her debut CD Weave also received a MAC nomination for Best New Recording. She has recorded a second CD, Misfit.
Natalie also works on the large and small screens. Her most recent credits include the on-going role of Jan Barton in the long running Australian soap Neighbours, and the role of Fatima in the Feature Film, Ali’s Wedding, (produced by Matchbox Films and the role of Sal in Street Smart