Natalie Krill is a Canadian actress and dancer from Meota, Saskatchewan, Canada. Her first passion is dancing. She started her interest in this art at the young age of six. She studied ballet, tap and jazz under the direction of Virginia Ross Winterhalt and Margaret Stephen at The Dance Connection in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. She is also known for completing The Royal Academy of Dance’s Intermediate Level in Ballet, as well as the Advanced Level of Tap in the Canadian Dance Teachers Association Syllabus. She was also educated in the Goh Ballet Academy in Vancouver, The Alberta Ballet in Calgary, Tremaine, Dance Olympus, Brian Foley and many other renowned dancing instructors from around the world.
Her career was launched in 2001 when she won the Triple Threat Across Canada Award for Excellence. Natalie Krill has also been a part of the dance teams J-Cru, for the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, and Phantasy Girls, for the Toronto Phantoms arena football team.
In 2002, Natalie Krill was selected as cast of the revival of 42nd Street and toured to Moscow to perform, where she immediately fell in love with the land and its people. Her other stage appearances include The History of Rock 'n' Roll: A Tribute to Grease, The Jazz Cracker, and the Toronto production of Dirty Dancing. She later returned to Canada to perform in many live concerts. Some of these were Legends Alive, Pauly and the Goodfellas, and The Calgary Stampede. In 2005, she was cast in the Disney Channel film Twitches, starring Tia and Tamera Mowry. Krill has since appeared on a number of television commercials, some for Nokia phones, National Car Rental, Doritos, Oxy and Leon’s. In 2006, she was cast in the film Hollywoodland, starring Adrian Brody and Ben Affleck. She later joined the cast of Soap Net’s Canadian drama series MVP, as the spoiled daughter Molly McBride.