Natalie Krill is a Canadian actress and dancer who is probably best known for her work in the independent film ‘Below Her Mouth’.
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Early life and education
Natalie Krill was born on February 4, 1983 in Saskatchewan, one of Canada’s Prairie provinces, of Estonian and Swedish descent. She and her siblings were raised by their mother, Rose Ray Krill, and stepfather, Allan, along with her Swedish grandmother, Ruth Treiberg.
Her love for dancing started at the age of six and her mother enrolled her in various dance classes, such as ballet, tap and jazz.
When she was 12 years old in high school, a dance teacher told her she was good but needed to lose weight, so she developed an eating disorder and had a weird idea of an ideal body shape. Until that point, she was very happy with her body, but she became aware not only of her weight, but also of her height, which at the time was 1.7 meters; these insecurities would haunt her into adulthood. Through it all, her family encouraged her not to give up. Hair mother said: in News-Optimist interview: “She hardly hesitated. There have been times when it has been very tough, but she is very determined, she always was.”
When Natalie was in high school, she started singing and acting in school shows. When she graduated from North Battleford Comprehensive High School, she decided to pursue her acting dreams instead of going to Vancouver for her college education, even though she also dreamed of becoming a brain surgeon for a year or two when she grew up. She gave in to the temptation of the stage and her love of performing.
After high school, she went to Toronto to meet an agent her mother had already chosen when Natalie was 16 years old. Her mother was a go-getter and believed that professional help would be needed to pursue your dream.
The agent practically took Natalie under her wing and was the main reason why Natalie could easily give up going to Vancouver.
When she reached the big city of Toronto with just $60 in her pocket, 18-year-old Natalie was quite overwhelmed. Being from a small town, her fears started to creep in, and her insecurities took over because there were so many beautiful and talented girls everywhere. She was depressed and her fears paralyzed her so she didn’t attend her weekly acting workshops and dance and singing classes. Her agent found out one day and told her that even those professional hockey players, as talented as they are, practice every day, and so she would have to do the same if she wanted to make her dreams come true.
She was motivated again and continued her classes until she landed roles in theatre, film and television.
In 2002, she played the role of Lorraine Fleming in the Moscow version of the Broadway musical “42”nd Street’, based on the hit movie ‘Dirty Dancing’ from 1987. Her first TV appearance was in the 2005 made-for-TV movie, “Twitches,” followed by another small role in the movie, “Hollywoodland,” in 2006. Her first starring role was in the Canadian TV series about hockey players’ trophy wives, “MVP,” which aired in 2008. She played Molly McBride, the team captain’s wife whose recent death left his family penniless.
While the Canadian TV run was cut short due to poor ratings and expensive production costs, it was rebranded and screened in the US and UK along with the unaired episodes.
Natalie’s performance in “MVP” led to several appearances on TV and in movies. Most notable was her recurring role as Alex Kendrick in the fantasy TV series “The Listener” during its fifth season, and as Phoebe in the teen drama “The Next Step.” It was also a recurring role and she appeared in 29 episodes, which aired in 2014-2015.
Her biggest break to date was a starring role in the film ‘Below Her Mouth’, which was released in the US in 2017 but premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. It was a controversial erotic lesbian romantic indie film starring actress Erika Linder. While most critics wrote it off as a pornographic fantasy film, with too many scenes focusing on writhing bodies, Natalie gained a bit of fame not only among fans but other producers as well. A string of film and television appearances followed, and one of the most notable was “Molly’s Game,” released in 2017, which gave her the opportunity to work with famous Hollywood actors such as Kevin Costner, Jessica Chastain, and Idris Elba.
This was the directorial debut of Aaron Sorkin, the man behind hit films such as ‘A Few Good Men’, ‘The American President’, ‘To Kill a Mocking Bird’ and hit TV series such as ‘The West Wing’.
On July 20, 2019, Natalie married an Estonian, Daniel Kannimäe, in his home country. They only started dating in 2016 as evidenced by her Instagram posts, even though they’ve known each other for a long time because their moms are best friends. Her wedding was Woodlands or Boho themed, and it was a private affair with only family and close friends attending the Lääne County Forests, which made the very place where Daniel proposed to† The couple even planted a tree on their wedding day, which is an Estonian tradition.
Interesting facts and rumors
- During her solo performance in the musical “42”nd Street,” she nearly fell out in front of 1,500 people when she forgot the lyrics to the song she was singing. She was eventually able to finish her part after singing some gibberish. This moment led to her extreme stage fright; she had to practice the entire script every day during the performance of the musical. Her paranoia of forgetting her lines stretched over the next three years but got help through therapy sessions although she still gets nervous today but manages it well.
- Two of her favorite actors are Dustin Hoffman and Angelina Jolie.
- She lost her stepfather on May 23, 2016 and has shared pictures of him on her Instagram account with the caption “One month today. When the sun rises and sets, we remember it. As long as we live, he will live too. For he is now a part of us, as we remember him.”
- Natalie believes in the quote, “Happiness is the ultimate success”, and that her proudest moment is when she is happy. She had problems in her twenties, and it took her a while to feel really good about herself.
- During an interview speaking to Franq Girl Magazine, she said, “My favorite part of dancing is when I lose myself in the music and nothing else matters. I find it very purifying and I always feel better after I dance. It’s part of my daily practice, I put on the music and I dance around my house. It’s like taking a shower… in a way.”
- She was rumored to be in a lesbian relationship with her co-star Erika Linder in the movie ‘Below Her Mouth’. It made rounds online during the film’s promotion, but it died of natural causes after fans realized she had a boyfriend. Fans also took it to heart when she said in an interview that she is open to any type of relationship and doesn’t want to be labeled.
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Posted by Natalie Krill On Tuesday 13 August 2019
The actress-dancer is 1.76 m tall and weighs about 57 kg. She is white with blond-brown hair and brown eyes.
Sources estimate her net worth at about $1.2 million in early 2020.