Featured Actress Natalie Keshing ~
I have loved acting most of my life. Changing my voice and accents gives me a broader range to play different roles. To have an opportunity to play a role of nobility would be immensely gratifying, but it would be just as grand to play a homeless woman.
I’m a woman of means. I’m interested in a character role Judy Densh, Joan Plowright or Helen Mirren could play. Character roles are very important and support the main character. My British accent is nearly perfect and in different tones and pitch. Joan Plowright comes to my mind of an actress I’d like to compare myself to. There are those actresses in real life that leave their audience thinking, “She says so much and yet still remains a complete mystery.”
I could tell you all about my life. But if you search deep enough; it’s all there at Natswritings.com. What, who, when, where made me into me.
I feature artistic talent at Natswritings.com, performers.natswritings.com, authors.natswritings.com and artists.natswritings.com. I invite you to be a part of the artistic talent in a community with the same dreams.
I love to write and a chance to direct would be phenomenal. I want to facilitate a network of artistic talented people connecting with opportunities to pursue their dreams. And believe me there is an universe of talent out there. We’re just not giving it a chance.
Netflix and Amazon have become great competitors to the film industry. Soon videographers and small independent films will have an opportunity to be on Netflix and Amazon and don’t have to have the Hollywood ties and standards of movie studios and moguls to support and produce an independent film covering a wider social demographic and ethnic background of talent and a meaning story of inspiration and resilience.
The other person in my mind says, “Yes, well tell that to Hollywood and try to convince them offering acting roles to a wider demographic pool of talent.” There were a few Black American and one Muslim American at the Golden Globes and I was truly happy for them. There were no Hispanic, Mexican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, Venezuelan, Brazilian actors or actresses! That was disappointing.
Casting Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence or Emily Blunt constantly offers no opportunity and no real value to diversity. There are others who are extremely talented and should be given the chance.
I can change my voice and perform in different accents. In all my scenes, it is my voice performing both characters. So I will let you judge for yourself and I hope to hear from a casting agent, director, producer, film maker and I can throw in a little bit of writing as an added bonus.
Now it’s official I’m in the pool of featured actors that would welcome a wonderful opportunity. Here is my voice and also impersonating Toto the dog barking in the background. Also the first recording for my book The Baroness Karen is at the bottom.
This is a reading from the beginning of the Baroness Karen