Natasha Ivkovic is on a collision course with stardom. From the early age of eight, Natasha was bitten by the acting bug and knew she wanted to be a Hollywood actress in Los Angeles.
Beyond a striking screen presence and the charisma of a star, Natasha continues to persistently work on her career — studying, performing, crafting. She studied dance, drama and appeared in community theatre. Natasha excelled while attending Newtown High School of the Performing Arts, Australia’s most prestigious performing arts high school.
As a child actor, Natasha started in commercials and the award winning series, Puberty Blues, and the ABC TV series, My Great Big Adventure. Natasha continued to gain experience and grow her career working in Toronto, Canada, booking a series of commercials, a short film called, ‘Rotary’, and the popular Canadian Documentary Series ‘Paranormal Survivor’.
Natasha’s award winning performances at IMTA and IPOP competitions, led her to realize her dreams in Los Angeles where she studied in the masterclass at Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop and frequently takes courses at Groundlings and UCB comedy studios. Natasha’s acting talents are featured in the films ‘10% Remaining’, in DreamWorks’ ‘Sleep Tight, and in the award winning, ‘Miss Beverly Hills Ghost’, that won awards at the Indie Gathering International Film Festival and at the New Media Film Festival.
Recently, Natasha starred in her most defining role, to date. In the music video, ‘Hold On’, by Swedish artist Nano, Natasha stars in the lead role — a woman going through a difficult time and finding her way to the other side. The music video was produced by King’s Son Productions, the production company owned by Michael Jackson’s son, Prince Jackson.
“Prince Jackson was extremely hands on in his approach to producing”.
Natasha Ivkovic’s experience working on ‘Hold On’ inspires her to continue to pursue auditions and taking as many classes as possible to stay ahead of the fierce competition.
“I’m dedicated to continuously expanding my knowledge on my craft, and enjoying everything LA has to offer.”