Television movies are becoming the essential platform to discover beautiful young actresses and Natalie Burtney is a comely lady with a rising presence. In “Airplane vs. Volcano”, Natalie appears in a supporting role as a young mother, Jennifer, who is a passenger on the airplane with her son. Will she and the her child survive when the plane flies into a volcano-laden territory in Hawaii? After the unexpected success of “Sharknado”, nobody dares to scoff at disaster flicks on SYFY and while the CGI is passable in “Airplane vs. Volcano”, there’s at least interesting characters to note. The predicament that Jennifer encounters allows Natalie to traverse emotions on both sides of the coin, going from sunny joy to fearful trepidation of the fate of her and her child. If ever there was a hot list of women on the SYFY Channel, Natalie would most definitely be included…:)
This is what she had to say about working on the film.
“I had a blast working on the film. Everyone was extremely professional, welcoming, and happy to be there. I had the pleasure of working with some of the production crew on previous projects.
I am learning that I enjoy playing in many different kinds of genres, and all present new challenges, which is why I became passionate about acting in the first place. Everyday there are new ways to try things and approach character and role.”
With the release of the creature feature “Bermuda Tentacles” on SYFY, sci-fans will get to see Natalie in yet another film from Asylum. This time it’s an ancient sea monster wrecking havoc with “Terminator” star Linda Hamilton as a US Navy admiral.
Here is Natalie giving us a tease of her other upcoming projects:
“I started out in the theatre, and continue to perform onstage. I am a resident artist of The Vagrancy, an award-winning LA-based theatre company. We are gearing up for our Spring and Fall shows. I am about to start shooting STRANGE LA, a comedic web series based on a news program that reports the strange whacky and wonderful “groundbreaking” current events in LA. I also had a small part in DARK RISING, which airs on the SYFY channel this year.”
Miss Natalie Burtney is a talent to keep an eye on as she steadily enthralls us on stage, film, television and commercials.