Natasha Rose Capener, born and raised in Southern California, got the itch for acting in pre-school when she performed the Hokey Pokey. Needless to say, she can still differentiate between her left and right. Growing up as an only child, Natasha surrounded herself in the world of make-believe. At the age of nine, her parents decided to enroll her in acting classes after hearing her impersonations of Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse. Upon getting a manager, complications arose and her professional acting career was put on hold.

Natasha remained active in school productions and community theatre, all leading her to graduation at the University of Southern California. At USC Natasha was introduced to sketch comedy writing and performed with “The Consortium.” Since her graduation Natasha has been involved in numerous online sketches.  She also has been dipping her toe into stand-up comedy and burlesque.  Natasha is a part of the improv team “Great Personality,” which is made up of UCB program alums.  They perform all over Los Angles and was showcased in, “Second City’s LA Diversity in Comedy Festival.”

Natasha pops up in 5 Seconds of Summer’s video for Don’t Stop which has over 73 million YouTube views.  She was animated into the lyric video and it won at the 2014 MTV Music Awards!  You can also spot her out in Soulja Boy’s music video, “Yahhh,” as Britney Spears with over 40 million YouTube views as well!   From Anna Nicole Smith to Wanda Sykes, Natasha loves to impersonate celebrities and cartoon classics.

Recently Natasha performed in an ensemble piece titled, “Chatter,” at the Hollywood Fringe Festival   The play was a 2017 Scholarship winner.  “Chatter,” also won the Short Sweet Award and HFF Encore Award.  The play is currently being turned into a short film.

Natasha can be seen in “Bakersfield Earth,” which was shown at the LA Shorts Fest and The Chicago Comedy Film Festival.   Natasha appeared in the comedic short film, “King County,” at L.A.’s Outfest. “King County” also played at London’s 22nd Lesbian and Gay Film festival and the Ann Arbor Film Festival.

With an itch to travel, Natasha accepted a 13 month hosting contract at Universal Studios Singapore. As a part of the opening cast, Natasha got to work with Dreamworks in coming up with show ideas and jokes for “Donkey Live,” based off the film “Shrek.”  Natasha got the opportunity to travel all around Southeast Asia and had the time of her life!

Being actively involved with the community is something Natasha has always cherished.  She put in over 100 hours of community service and was awarded the President’s Student Service Award through Phantom Projects Educational Theatre Group.  Natasha also helped group facilitate drama therapy at the Violence Intervention Center in East L.A.  One of her  most rewarding experiences was completing the San Diego Rock’n’Roll Marathon, raising money to help find a cure for Leukemia with Team in Training.