Natalie Noel - Native American Liaison
The only Native American journalist covering Native American Hollywood for Indian country and the creator/author of the popular, award-winning column, THE GLITTER REPORT, NEWS FROM TRIBE HOLLYWOOD, Natalie's readership crests 500,000. She is published regularly in COWBOYS AND INDIANS, NEWS FROM INDIAN COUNTRY, THE CIRCLE, NATIVE PEOPLES, nativecelebs.com and many other tribal journals, newspapers and magazines.
Her feature length documentary film, THE FOUR DIRECTIONS IN HOLLYWOOD, recently won an Award for Creative Excellence at ABC. Her short film, NIGHT VOICES, is currently in post-production and she is in development on the project, SEQUOYAH, with Wes Studi attached to star. Natalie is the Native American Liaison on LAST STAND and plays a Lakota Warrior Woman. Through her auspices Tom Bee, President, SOUND OF AMERICA RECORDS donated music to the piece (please refer to BILLBOARD MAGAZINE, publish date August 31, 2002, page 34).
She has been assisting Red Wagon Productions and Revolution/Columbia/Universal on their search for Tiger Lily and her tribe, for the new live-action PETER PAN, set to begin lensing in September 2002. She has been consulting with FOX Studios on their American Indian Summer Institute 2002. She was a Native American Liasion to Terence Chang and John Woo on the MGM film WINDTALKERS, which was released in June 2002.
Currently, she is consulting with WGBH and PBS on SKINWALKERS, with DreamWorks SKG on the release of the SPIRIT, STALLION OF THE CIMARRON DVD/Video and launching a new Native American Film Festival in Palm Springs.
In front of the camera she has worked opposite Adam Beach, Wes Studi, Nathaniel Arcand, William Lightning, Valerie Red-Horse, Yvonne Russo, John Woo, James Redford, James Cromwell, Marc Dacascos and more.
An ACE Certified Personal Trainer, Natalie teaches women the spiritual connectedness and physical joy of running long.
From a Choctaw chicken farm outside of Mobile, AL, Natalie attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, Balliol College at Oxford University, Regent's College in London with the British American Drama Academy and Marymount Manhattan College in New York City.