||Nathalie Nicole Paulding
May 17, 1985
Nathalie Nicole Paulding (born May 17, 1985) is an actress; she has performed in American theatre, film, and television.
Living in Hollywood, Florida, in 1994, Paulding was enrolled in the Little Flower Montessori School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at age 9.
Paulding has made several appearances in film, television and theatre since the early 1990s.
- Les Misérables (1994), Young Eponine & Young Cosette (a Broadway production at the Imperial Theatre)
- The Miracle Worker (1996), Helen Keller (a revival production at the George Street Playhouse)
- Summer and Smoke (1996), young Alma Winemiller (a Broadway revival production by the Roundabout Theatre Company at the Criterion Center Stage Right in New York City)
- The Devils (1997), Matryosha (an off-Broadway production at the New York Theatre Workshop)
- The Diary of Anne Frank (1997—1998), Anne Frank (replacing Natalie Portman in the Broadway revival production at the Music Box Theatre)
- Lake Hollywood (1999), Monica (an off-Broadway production by the Signature Theatre Company at the Peter Norton Space)
- The Member of the Wedding (2005), Frankie Addams (at the Ford's Theatre)
- In May 2006, Paulding participated in the 24th annual Young Playwrights Festival, a three-week engagement of new plays by writers age 18 or younger, hosted by Young Playwrights Inc. — founded by Stephen Sondheim — at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space.
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