Nathalie Boyer is a French actress and singer. She began her career on stage at 6 years old in the company "Les Baladins de l'Artense". She was in the stage play "Pierre et le loup" by Prokofiev, and "Knock ou le Triomphe de la médecine" by Jules Romains. From her grandmother, she inherited a love American movies and old French cinema. In addition to her native language, French, Nathalie is fluent in English. She has also had roles speaking German and Russian.
In her spare time, she writes screenplays, enjoys photography, and works to raise financial assistance for children in foster homes in Haiti. She is also an advocate for Wildlife conservancy and created the global campaign, Fake Fur Real Woman, which seeks to combat animal cruelty.