Natalie Tannous

Last updated: April 15, 2024

Montreal-born bilingual actress Natalie Tannous is known for her work on stage and on screen. Mama, in which she portrayed the eccentric, emotional pill-pusher Mado, got her the Prix Première Fois from Théâtre Duceppe’s 2022 season. Natalie was on stage in Birthmark, Province, Refuge (in Halifax), State of Denial, and The Baklawa Recipe at Centaur Theatre for which she was nominated as Best Female Lead at the METAs 2018 Montreal awards. In 2023, she played Michelle, an uptight, alcoholic vegan veterinary in Centaur’s AlterNatives. She was also part of the French Canadian Tour of that same production: AlterIndiens in 2024.  Her talent was also noticed in the music video Water by De.Ville, for which she was nominated for Best Actress at the Prisma Rome Independent Film Awards, and the web series Rima et Jacob, for which she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the Film in Focus International Film Festival. On screen, you can see her in Antigone, Les chambres rouges, Montreal Girls, Broken Waters, La face cachée du baklava, Le dernier repas, Le ventre de Bassima, La Candidate, L’Empereur, Sorcières and Hôtel Beyrouth -which is planned to air in Fall 2024-  to name a few credits.  She is excited to be at the National Arts Centre for the first time in the English premiere of Rose in the Machine

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