Natalie Morales is an actor, director, writer, and activist.

Natalie made her solo directorial debut with the upcoming film Plan B which will premiere on Hulu May 28th 2021, and co-directed Language Lessons with Mark Duplass which won the audience award at this year’s SXSW and will be hitting theaters everywhere this fall.

Natalie recently starred alongside Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini in the Netflix series, Dead to Me. She lent her voice to the Oscar winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and starred in the Twentieth Century Fox action blockbuster Stuber, alongside Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani. She can be seen in Battle of the Sexes, playing  tennis  pro Rosie Casals opposite Emma Stone and Steve Carell and in Warner Brothers feature, The Little Things, alongside Academy Award winners Denzel Washington, Rami Malek & Jared Leto. 

She starred in NBC’s Abby’s as the titular character, and recurred on HBO’s The Newsroom and Girls, NBC’s Parks & Recreation and Netflix’s Santa Clarita Diet, where she was reunited with her Going the Distance co-star, Drew Barrymore. She also voiced “Yolanda Buenaventura” on Netflix’s popular animated series, BoJack Horseman. You may remember her from the Fox comedy The Grinder, Trophy Wife on ABC, as well as the USA series White Collar and the ABC Family series, The Middleman. She also created, directed and stars in the Funny or Die series James Joyce’s Love Letters along with Michaela Watkins, Martin Starr and Paget Brewster.

She recently directed two episodes of HBO’s Duplass Brothers anthology, Room 104, as well as a few episodes of Go90’s hit series, Mr. Student Body President. Natalie is a proud member of Everytown for Gun Safety’s Creative Council.

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