Natalie Zea played socialite Gwen Hotchkiss. A native of Monahans, Texas, Natalie relocated to Los Angeles from New York City when she landed the part of Gwen.
A native of Monahans, Texas, Natalie has been a resident of New York City for the past seven years and relocated to Los Angeles to work on "Passions." Zea's other credits include the Dick Wolf television series "D.C.", the films "Macbeth in Manhattan," "Creatures of Habit," "Kiss & Tell" and the acclaimed short "Boys Don't Cry" which was directed by Kimberly Pierce. Additionally, Zea has appeared in many national commercials for companies such as Dove, Snickers and Hellman's Salad Dressing.
A graduate of The American Music and Dramatic Academy in New York, where she received her BFA in Theater, Zea has also appeared in the off-Broadway plays "Measure for Measure," "The Three Sisters," "The Lights," and "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
Lucid Days In Hell
Boys Don't Cry
Macbeth in Manhattan
Appeared in the off-Broadway plays "Measure for Measure," "The Three Sisters," "The Lights," and "A Midsummer Night's Dream."
PLACE OF BIRTH: Harris County, Texas
DATE OF BIRTH: March 17th, 1975
MARITAL STATUS: Single (dating Travis Schuldt)
EDUCATION: A graduate of The American Music and Dramatic Academy in New York, where she received her BFA in Theater Miscellaneous
Hobbies: Karaoke, designing her own jewelry and restoring vintage clothing.
Favorite karaoke song to sing: Gun's N Rose's "Paradise City."
Three words used to describe herself: Cautious, brunette, and willowy.
She Drives: A 1985 Mercedes 380-SE ("It's bigger than most yachts.")
Greatest Fear: Death
Must-See TV: THREE'S COMPANY reruns.
Best Quality: Diplomacy
Magazine Subscriptions: Harpar's Bazaar, Elle, Vogue, Nylon, Travel & Leisure and W. "And my roommate gets Soap Opera Digest.
Love Life: If she's got one, she ain't telling.
Pet Peeve: Children with bad grammar
The Role That Got Away: Michelle Bauer, Guiding Light