Adult Natalie

Played by Juliette Lewis

Adult Natalie

As an adult, grown-up punk Natalie struggles to quiet the demons that still haunt her from her time in the wilderness.   

As an adult, grown-up punk Natalie struggles to quiet the demons that still haunt her from her time in the wilderness.   

Juliette Lewis

Juliette Lewis is recognized as one of Hollywood's most talented and versatile actors of her generation. From when she first stunned audiences and critics alike with her Oscar-nominated performance as Danielle Bowden in Cape Fear, to date she has worked with some of the most revered directors in the industry, including Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen, Lasse Hallström, Quentin Tarantino, Oliver Stone and Garry Marshall. Her powerful scenes with Robert De Niro in Scorsese’s Cape Fear captured the quiet complexities of adolescence and earned Lewis an Oscar and Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actress. The auditorium scene with De Niro goes down in movie-making history as one of cinema's classic scenes. Whether lending dramatic authenticity or a natural comedic flair to her roles, Lewis graces the screen with remarkable range, as well as an original and captivating style.  

Lewis worked with Woody Allen in Husbands and Wives, playing a self-assured college coed with a penchant for older men and, particularly, her married professor. She quickly followed suit with a succession of starring roles in a variety of blockbusters and critically acclaimed projects including Kalifornia, Romeo Is Bleeding, What's Eating Gilbert Grape and Natural Born Killers, Oliver Stone's controversial media satire about two mass murderers who become legendary folk heroes. Lewis's other credits include the Nora Ephron comedy Mixed Nuts, with Steve Martin and Adam Sandler; the sci-fi action film Strange Days, with Ralph Fiennes and Angela Bassett, which was directed by Oscar winning Director Kathrine Bigalow; Quentin Tarantino's vampire tale From Dusk Till Dawn, with George Clooney, the Gary Marshall directed The Other Sister and Old School, co-starring opposite Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughn, and Will Ferrell.  

After a five-year hiatus from film to pursue her burgeoning music career exclusively, Juliette announced her return to acting with a series of films including Whip It, the comedy directed by Drew Barrymore in which she starred alongside Elliot Page, Marcia Gay Harden, and Kristen Wiig, the romantic comedy The Switch, opposite Jennifer Aniston, Jason Bateman and Patrick Wilson, Mark Ruffalo’s directorial debut Sympathy for Delicious, costarring alongside Orlando Bloom and Laura Linney, and the acclaimed indie-drama Conviction, which also starred Hilary Swank, Melissa Leo and Sam Rockwell. Critics hailed Lewis’ performance in the film with Time Magazine praising Lewis’ “scene stealing moments” as a devious ex-girlfriend while Entertainment Weekly raved, “Juliette Lewis reminds fans why we want her to run free forever.” The San Francisco Chronicle also proclaimed, “her character work should be studied in schools. Just remarkable.”  

Lewis was also seen in August: Osage County, based on the Pulitzer Prize and Tony-Award winning play by Tracy Letts alongside an ensemble cast that included Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and Ewan McGregor, and the indie film Kelly and Cal in which her performance was met by significant praise from film critics. Entertainment Weekly hailed Juliette’s performance as “a star in her prime,” while Variety added that she “shines in what feels like a tailor-made leading role.” The Los Angeles Times also raved that she “delivers one of her finest performances.”   

Juliette most recently appeared in the thriller MA alongside Octavia Spencer as well as independent films A Million Little Pieces, Anthem, Back Roads and Dreamland. She is also in the Tate Taylor directed Breaking News In Yuba County, alongside Mila Kunis, Allison Janney, Regina Hall, and Awkwafina as well as the Blumhouse TV/Facebook series Sacred Lies: The Singing Bones.  

In addition to her film career, Lewis has continued to add roles to her growing list of television credits. This includes her role in Mark Ruffalo’s HBO limited series I Know This Much is True as well as most recently co-starring alongside Jennifer Garner and David Tennant, in HBO’s comedy Camping. She also appeared in ABC’s The Conners. Her other television roles include ABC’s Secrets and Lies, Showtime’s My Louisiana Sky, where she secured an Emmy nomination, and starring role in the Mira Nair directed HBO film Hysterical Blindness, alongside Uma Thurman and Gena Rowlands.   

Lewis has appeared as the face of several noteworthy brands including Acne, BMW, Miu Miu, Rimowa and more 

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