NATALIE TORO, born and raised in The Bronx, NY, received accolades for the role she originated on Broadway portraying Madame Defarge in A TALE OF TWO CITIES, a role for which she won Sarasota Magazine’s Best Supporting Actress Award when the show played its pre-Broadway run at the Asolo Repertory Theatre. When the show opened on Broadway, Natalie received an award for her outstanding achievements in the performing arts for Puerto Rican Heritage Month.
She was the first American to play the role of Eponine in LES MISERABLES on Broadway for three consecutive years and continued her career as Grizabella in CATS. Her portrayal of Eva Peron in the 20th Anniversary Tour of EVITA, earned her a Joseph Jefferson Award nomination. She originated the role of Sally in Alan Menken’s, A CHRISTMAS CAROL at The Paramount Theater, played Mary Magdalene in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR and Camila in the Tony Award winner for best musical, IN THE HEIGHTS.
You might catch Natalie on your television set on ELEMENTARY, PERSON OF INTEREST, LAW AND ORDER, LAW AND ORDER SVU and the animated feature, SANTA BABY for FOX network. She also filmed a concert of A TALE OF TWO CITIES for PBS.
Natalie Toro has performed with Symphony Orchestras across the country and graced the stage as a soloist at Carnegie Hall in NYC and The National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland.
In her free time, she supports many charity organizations.
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