Natalie Martinez

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Natalie Martinez
2013 Imagen Foundation Awards, Natalie Martinez.jpg
Martinez at the 2013 Imagen Awards
Born
Natalia Martinez

(1984-07-12) July 12, 1984 (age 35)
Occupation Actress, model
Years active2006present

Natalie Martinez (born July 12, 1984) is an American actress and model. She may be best known for her role in the 2008 film Death Race , her appearances in several music videos between 2003 and 2011, and two short-lived telenovelas in 2006 and 2007. Martinez starred in the single season of the crime drama Detroit 1-8-7 , had a recurring role for one season of CSI: NY , and starred in one season of the drama series Kingdom , and appeared in the 2019 science fiction miniseries The I-Land .

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Early life and education

Martinez was born in Miami, Florida and is of Cuban ancestry. [1] She is a 2002 graduate of St. Brendan High School. [2]

Career

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Martinez in 2007

Martinez may be best known for her role in the 2008 film Death Race , or perhaps for her role as Michelle Miller on the telenovela Fashion House (2006), cancelled after three months.

She was cast as a major character in the series Chuck , appearing in first-season promotional pictures, but the showrunner decided to cut her character before the pilot was aired. [3]

Martinez had starring roles in a number of other television series that were cancelled after one season, including Detroit 1-8-7 , APB and The Crossing . She starred in the first season of Under the Dome , appearing in the season two premiere so her character could be killed off. She co-starred in one season of Secrets and Lies , and played the recurring role of Detective Jamie Lovato for one season in the crime drama CSI: NY .

In September 2018, it was announced that Martinez will appear in the main role of Chase on the Netflix science fiction miniseries The I-Land . [4] The miniseries was released on September 12, 2019. [5]

Martinez' other film appearances include End of Watch (2012), Broken City (2013) and Self/less (2015). [6]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
2008 Death Race Case
2011 Magic City Memoirs Mari
2012 The Baytown Outlaws Ariana
2012 End of Watch Gabby Zavala
2013 Broken City Natalie Barrow
2015 Self/less Madeline Bitwell
2016 The Land Evelyn
2016 Message from the King Trish
2017 Keep Watching Olivia
2019 UglyDolls Meghan (Voice)
2019 El Dorado Maria
2019 Battle at Big Rock MarianaShort film
2021 Reminiscence Post-production

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
2006 Fashion House Michelle MillerMain role (55 episodes)
2007 Saints & Sinners Pilar MartinMain role (62 episodes)
2010 Sons of Tucson Maggie Morales2 episodes
2010El DoradoMaria MartinezMiniseries; 2 episodes
2010–2011 Detroit 1-8-7 Det. Ariana SanchezMain role (18 episodes)
2012Widow DetectiveMaya DavisUnaired CBS pilot
2012–2013 CSI: NY Det. Jamie Lovato 12 episodes
2013–2014 Under the Dome Deputy Linda EsquivelMain role (14 episodes)
2014 Matador SalmaEpisode: "Enter the Worm"
2015 Secrets and Lies Jessica "Jess" MurphyMain role (10 episodes)
2015–2017 Kingdom Alicia MendezMain role (16 episodes)
2016 From Dusk till Dawn: The Series Amaru2 episodes
2017 APB Theresa MurphyMain role (12 episodes)
2018 The Crossing ReeceMain role (11 episodes)
2019 Into the Dark Jennifer RobbinsEpisode: "Down"
2019 The I-Land ChaseMain role (7 episodes); also producer
2020 The Fugitive [7] AllisonMain role
2020The Stand [8] TBAMain role
2020 The Twilight Zone TBAEpisode: "A Small Town"
2021Ordinary Joe [9] AmyMain role (Pilot)

Music videos

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References

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