Natalie Toro

On Broadway, Natalie Toro originated the role of Madame Defarge in A TALE OF TWO CITIES, (Sarasota Magazine’s Best Supporting Actress Award in its pre-Broadway run).

She was the first American to play the role of Eponine in LES MISERABLES and originated the role of Sally in Alan Menken’s, A CHRISTMAS CAROL. She was nominated for a Joseph Jefferson Award for her portrayal of Eva Peron in the 20th Anniversary Tour of EVITA.

In National Touring companies, Natalie played Mary Magdalene in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, Grizabella in CATS and Camila, in IN THE HEIGHTS.

She has originated roles Off- Broadway and Regionally including THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD, ZOMBIE PROM, MOTHERHOOD THE MUSICAL, THE BIKINIS, ZORBA, and BLOOD BROTHERS. World Premieres of BENNY & JOON (The Old globe and Papermill Playhouse), SNOW CHILD (The Arena Stage), FRANCES OF GUERNICA, EVERYTHING’S DUCKY, and THE FIX (produced by Cameron Macintosh). She was two days from opening SISTER ACT playing Mother Superior when the world shut down in March of 2020.

On Television, Toro has guested on LAW AND ORDER, LAW AND ORDER SVU, ELEMENTARY, PERSON OF INTEREST, BLACK BOX, UNFORGETTABLE, SANTA BABY, and PBS. She can also be seen in the 2021 release of Steven Spielberg’s film WEST SIDE STORY.

Natalie is a headliner on major Cruise lines around the world. Her critically acclaimed self-titled CD, NATALIE TORO includes a duet with Sutton Foster and her Holiday CD, “JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS”, include duets with Ryan Kelly (Celtic Thunder) and Grammy Award winner, Jon Secada.  She has been a soloist with symphony orchestras at Carnegie Hall and The National Concert Hall in Dublin, Ireland. Natalie is also a private coach to young aspiring artists and developed an online course called “BREAK A LEG” on how to master your performance skills.


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