Natalie Loren Kwatinetz
Actress and model Natalie Loren is an exotic beauty -- an ethnically diverse blend of an English mother and Mauritian father. She was raised in Liverpool, England and moved with her family at the age of fifteen to London where her striking looks soon began landing her modeling opportunities. She was discovered by Britain's prolific fashion photographer Bob Carlos Clarke who photographed her on numerous occasions, and she went on to become a featured muse in his exhibition and book, "Living Dolls."As her modeling career began to accelerate, Natalie made the decision to move to Los Angeles, where she also spent time spinning at LA's hottest clubs as DJ Luxury Kills, working with producers and DJ'ing high profile events such as an EMI Post-Grammy's party. Catching the eye of Jared Leto, she re-mixed his band Thirty Seconds to Mars' single "Hurricane" and went on to appear in the short film music video directed by Leto. She was also featured in another of the band's videos, "Up in the Air."On the modeling front, Natalie landed a high-profile advertising campaign for the Elizabeth Arden fragrance, CURVE For Men, shot by world-renowned celebrity photographer Willy Camden. The ad ran in such magazines as GQ, Rolling Stone, Men's Journal, US Weekly and ESPN.She has also appeared alongside CeeLo Green in the TY KU Sake commercial and in a recent Moet & Chandon spot directed by Samuel Bayer.Natalie is a pescatarian and maintains her gorgeous physique with lots of exercise, including weight training, barre ballet, pilates, yoga and wushu, a form of contemporary Chinese martial arts along the lines of what they do in "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." She trains weekly at Shaolin Wushu Center in Los Angeles with Grand Master Hu Jianqiang, China's two-time wushu champion who was Jet Li's fight scene choreographer and movie partner. Natalie enjoys the challenge of wushu training, which combines flexibility with strength, speed with flawless technique, and fierce intent with effortless execution.Natalie is currently studying Method Acting four days a week at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in West Hollywood, CA. She recently landed a role in the feature thriller "Violence."