Natalie Moore

Natalie Moore has appeared in numerous national television and radio commercials, as well as narrated several audiobooks. Natalie has performed at the Guthrie Theater, A.R.T, La Jolla Playhouse, Actor’s Theater of Louisville, Theatre De La Jeune Lune, Huntington Theatre and Santa Fe Stage. She is a graduate of Boston University’s School for the Arts.

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The Confidant Cover
Author: Alison Anderson and Helene Gremillon | Narrator: Natalie Moore, Ellen Archer and Robert Petkoff
Release Date: October 30, 2012
"A gripping first novel" (Le Figaro Littéraire) and an award-winning international sensation as haunting and unforgettable as Suite FrançaiseParis, 1975. Camille sifts through letters of condolence after her mother's death whe...
The Confidant Cover
Author: Catherine Gilbert Murdock | Narrator: Natalie Moore
Release Date: February 09, 2010
After five months of sheer absolute craziness I was going back to being plain old background D.J. In photographs of course I’m always in the background—it’s a family joke, actually, that us Schwenk kids could go to school naked on p...
Candy Girl Cover
Author: Diablo Cody | Narrator: Natalie Moore
Release Date: April 18, 2008
Decreed by David Letterman (tongue in cheek) on CBS TV's The Late Show to be the pick of "Dave's Book Club 2006," Candy Girl is the story of a young writer who dared to bare it all as a stripper. At the age of twenty-four, Diablo Cody decided there h...
Candy Girl Cover
Author: Catherine Gilbert Murdock | Narrator: Natalie Moore
Release Date: May 22, 2007
Life is looking up for D.J. Schwenk. She's in eleventh grade, finally. After a rocky summer, she's reconnecting in a big way with her best friend, Amber. She's got kind of a thing going with Brian Nelson, who's cute and popular and smart but seems to...
Author: Catherine Gilbert Murdock | Narrator: Natalie Moore
Release Date: May 23, 2006
When you don’t talk, there’s a lot of stuff that ends up not getting said.Harsh words indeed, from Brian Nelson of all people. But, D.J. can’t help admitting, maybe he’s right.When you don’t talk, there’s a lot of ...