She trained at the Birmingham School of Speech and Drama for three years.
Her acting experience involved Little Shop of Horrors and Blood Brothers and also television roles in Doctors, Casualty, Date with Fate and Family Pride.
In 1999 she worked with Black Voices, an Acapella group from Birmingham and toured North America, Canada, South Africa and Singapore.
In 2003 she won Best Female Vocalist for North Staffordshire.
She performed at the prestigious Land Mark Hotel to raise money for the Wooden Spoon charity. The audience included Lawerence Dallaglio and Micky Duff.
She has supported top bands such as McFly, Ocean Colour Scene and Simon Webb at the Millennium Point in Birmingham for the launch of the 2006 Christmas Lights switch on hosted by BRMB.
This was followed by an invitation from Beacon Radio to sing at the Christmas Lights at Oakengates, Telford.
Natasha worked with Emma Jesson at the Nailcote Hotel supporting breast cancer and most recently worked alongside Iconic Eye as a judge on "Search for a Star" hosted by Cannock Radio where she opened and closed the show.
The next performance was for the Mayor of Walsall on a charity show at the Forest Art Centre.
Her latest appearance was on Cuppa TV singing and belly dancing.