Natalie Carter Actress & Neo-Ethnic Soul/Jazz Vocalist performs Jazz, Blues, Gospel and Brazilian Jazz Internationally and Nationally. Studied at Carnegie-Mellon University obtaining her B.F.A in Drama. A versatile performer, Ms. Carter-Prince has been seen on International stages featured as Headline Artist at The Brussels Jazz Festival in Belgium, Parade Musik Trisakti and Jamz in Jakarta, Jazz Nos Fundos in Brazil, Toyko Tuc in Japan, Holland and Germany. On the Domestic front Natalie performed at New York City Jazz Festival, NYC’s Second Avenue FestivaL, Jazz On The Hudson, New York Good Will Games, New Hope Festival For The Arts, Norfolk AFRAM FestivaL, Mayfair Festival of The Arts, PA, Jazz By The Riverside, NY, and The Artscape & Afram Festival in Baltimore. She produced and released her “Mind Body & Soul, I Surrender” CD, which included eight songs written and composed by Ms. Carter-Prince (Itunes, CDbaby.com , Amazon.com.)
Natalie Carter-Prince’s TV, and Film appearances include: Orange is the New BlackUnbreakable Kimmy Schmidt /Odd Mom Out, Crazy House, Another Earth, Pariah; NBC’s Law and Order , Law & Order SVU, Millie and the Lords and Order, 30 Rock, Third Watch, Late Nite with Conan O’Brien. Tribeca Film Festival; Best Narrative in Short Films Shock Act and the Award Winning Driving Fish. Feature films include Ali, The Elephant King, The Adjustment Bureau and The Challenger. HBO’s How to Make It In America and In Treatment. She is the creative writer and performer in the Music Video- Documentary “Hail Mary”.Natalie received an Award of Distinction On-Camera Talent from the Videographer Awards for her work in the Documentary “Look Where I Stand Achievement Centers.” As the recipient of the Princess Grace Statuette Award, Ms. Carter-Prince has had the privilege of working on several new plays and Musicals, creating first-time roles. Her Regional and off Broadway Musical Theater credits include: The Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Marathon, One Mo’ Time, The Colored Museum, Big River, Five By Tenn, Aint’ Misbehavin, Nymph Errant, Mahalia Jackson the Musical, and From the Mississippi Delta.