Natalie Hall is a Canadian television actress. She is known for her roles on "All My Children," "Pretty Little Liars," and "Star-Crossed."
Natalie Melinda Hall was born on January 25, 1989 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It didn't take long for young Natalie to figure out what interested her growing up, but the journey towards making it a profession was a long one. During her school days, she was a part of an all-boys soccer team before deciding that she would instead like to focus her efforts on singing, dancing, and acting. As it turned out, this was a great move, and soon she was making the rounds playing the character of Val in the national touring production of A Chorus Line.
By 2008, Natalie had landed her first acting role on the TV series, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." From there, she also guest starred on CBS' "The Good Wife" before landing a gig on the long-running soap opera, "All My Children." It was this role that brought the young actress into prominence, and once she left the series in 2011, the roles began to fly in. The next big step in her career took place the very same year, when she was cast in a recurring guest role as Kate Randall on the tremendously popular "Pretty Little Liars."
Ever since, work in Hollywood has been pretty steady for Natalie. After starring in the TV movie "The Seven Year Hitch" in 2012, she went on to play a recurring role on the series, "Drop Dead Diva." From there, she managed to land a small part in the film, "+1" before again being cast in a recurring role as Taylor on the Aimee Teegarden (http://www.mandatory.com/girls/Aimee-Teegarden/) series, "Star-Crossed" in 2014.