Natasha Perez is an American film, stage, television and voice actress-comedienne, born in Venezuela,  best known for starring in the PBS award winning film Now en Español, for the role of Chica in the Netflix hit Baja, Perez de la Torre sister on M. Night Shyamaln’s film Lady in The Water,  funny sketches on Jimmy Kimmel Live with Channing Tatum and Guillermo Diaz.


Perez has recorded commercials in Spanish for nearly every major advertiser you can think of.  Her own agent and La Opinion refers to her as “the number one female voice in Spanish” due to the fact that Perez is probably one of the busiest female voice over actors in the United States. Hoy newspaper called her “Hollywood’s most requested dubbing actress” probably because of her starring roles on Lost, Desperate Housewives, Private Practice and in the Academy nominated film El Crimen del Padre Amaro; as well as supporting roles in Ugly Betty, Grey’s Anatomy and Netflix’s Hemlock Grove among many other.

Natasha also has voiced several prominent video games like Prototype 2 and True Crime as well as participated in animation projects like The Adventures of Bunny Bravo and BoJack Horseman.



Her acting credits in Hollywood also include TV shows like E.R.The District, and sharing the stage with artists like Jason AlexanderHelen HuntWill Forte, Tia Carrere, Mark Dacascos and Daphne Zuniga among others while under the guidance of one of her most prominent mentors Gary Austin


Winner of the Best Supporting Actress Award at the World Music and Independent Film Festival for her role in the musical film ‘Paloma’ along Steven Bauer. Natasha began her career as a child actor, acting for commercials and children plays at her uncle’s theater while training in acting, dance and music. Her knowledge of the industry not only comes from the experience of growing up in a creative family of advertisers and entertainers. She’s graduate in Communication Science (Catholic University) and Performing Arts from the School of High Cinema Studies in Venezuela.


Natasha is “quickly becoming a name in the American film’s Mecca” as Telemundo’s Prime Time anchor, Ruben Luengas, would describe the beginning of her successful career. Perez has trained at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute and under the influence of the Chicago-Los Angeles-New York styles of Second City, Groundlings, Improv Olympic, UCB, Bang and Artistic New Directions.