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Natasha Soto-Albors is of Puerto Rican descent and was born and raised in Sacramento, California, where she became heavily involved in the local theater community. At age 17, Natasha made the journey east to study drama at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Acting credits include One Life to Live, Token the Web Series, and a myriad of NYC theater productions with companies such as Exit, Pursued by a Bear and Katharine Pettit Creative.

Most recent credits include Clams Casino (Writer), Sophia (Writer), FUNERAL (Executive Producer), and Friendly Neighborhood Coven (Associate Producer). In 2014 Natasha co-wrote, produced, and starred in a short film titled SHIP OF FOOLS. Natasha’s work as an actor, screenwriter, and producer has been screened at film festivals around the world, including the Sarasota Film Festival, Woods Hole Film Festival, Rhode Island International Film Festival, DC Shorts, the New Orleans Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival, and many more.

Natasha and Kate Easton, her screenwriting partner, were selected as semi-finalists for the 2016 Sundance Institute’s Episodic Storytelling Lab for their original pilot, “The Barbizon”. As a writing team, Natasha and Kate are represented by Zero Gravity Management. Natasha is also represented by the commercial department at Innovative Artists and the print department at Funny Face Today.