Natalie Dormer is an award-winning versatile and very talented actress, who though has been around for less than 2 decades in the entertainment industry, has carved a niche for herself and is recognized globally for her talent.
She has featured in very popular movies and television shows such as The Hunger Games: Mocking Jay – Part 1 and 2 as Cressida, Captain America: The First Avenger as Private Lorraine and Game of Thrones as Margaery Tyrell. She won the Best New Lead Film Actress Award at the NewNowNext Awards in 2014.
Who Is Natalie Dormer And What Is Her Age?
Natalie was born in Berkshire in the southern part of England on February 11, 1982. She grew up in a family of 5; her father Gary Dormer worked as a Computer Programmer to provide for the family while her mother Claire Richards was a full-time housewife, who took very good care of the family. Her brother Mark and sister Samantha were the other members of the family.
She has rarely given out information about what growing up in her household or what her childhood was like, she prefers to keep such information to herself.
Natalie studied at Chiltern Edge Secondary School and capped it off at the Reading Blue Coat School in England. She was very active and bright as a young lady and was into a lot of activities such as dancing, public speaking, fencing, and even played netball, serving as the vice-captain of her team. She was the head girl of her school and was very brilliant in her studies.
Dormer had big plans for her future, and the next step in her educational pursuit was to gain admission into the University of Cambridge, but she was dealt a cruel fate when she misinterpreted one of the questions in her History exam, which effectively disqualified her from getting the scholarship she wanted. She quickly shook off that disappointment and got enrolled in the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, London where she honed her skills to become the actress of repute and immense talent that we know today.
Natalie began her professional acting career in a theatrical play in 2003 titled The Comedy of Errors, playing the role of Adrianna. She featured in her first movie in 2005, playing the role of Victoria in Casanova. This actress has since then appeared in other movies such as City of Life, W.E. Captain America: The First Avenger, Riot Club, Patient Zero, etc. She has also featured in television shows such as The Tudors, Silk, Elementary, and more recently in Penny Dreadful: City of Angels. We expect to see her in more productions in the future.
What Is Her Net Worth?
Natalie is believed to be presently worth about $6 million, much of which she made from her appearances in Game Of Thrones, The Hunger Games, and The Tudors.
She still has so many years ahead of her in the entertainment industry, and we can only believe that her net worth will increase considerably in the coming years.
Natalie Dormer’s Height
Natalie is a very beautiful and sexy woman, who is not afraid to express herself and her sensuality. She is 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 meters) tall with a weight that’s perfect for the height. Also, it is said that her body measures 34, 25, and 35 inches, respectively for her bust, waist, and hips.
What Happened To Her Relationship With Anthony Bryme?
The actress met Irish writer and director, Anthony Bryme on the set of The Tudors, in which she played the role of Anne Boleyn. They became friends, which soon led to a romantic relationship and by 2011, they were engaged.
Natalie stated that their plan was to have a very small wedding, which they intended to have about 40 guests and enjoy their life together. But then, their very busy schedules and work which took them across the world kept them apart from each other for long spells of time and the marriage never materialized.
About 7 years after their engagement, the couple separated from each other, ending their 11-year-old relationship. As of this writing, Natalie Dormer is single and focused on her career, till a handsome knight in shining armor sweeps her off her feet, and carries her into the sunset on his majestic steed.