Cuban-American model Natalie Martinez enjoyed a second career as an actress in several feature and television projects, including guest turns on "CSI: NY" (CBS, 2004-2013) and "Broken City" (2013) bef...
Miami, Florida, USA
|CSI: New York||2012 2003 - 2012||Actor||Det. Jamie Lovato||20127|
|Chuck||2011 2006 - 2011||Actor||Kayla||20117|
|Fashion House||2006 2005 - 2006||Actor||Michelle Miller||20067|
|Magic City Memoirs||2013||Actor||Mari||20137|
|Under the Dome||2013 2011 - 2013||Actor||Deputy Linda||20137|
|Run All Night||2015||Actor||Gabriela Conlon||20157|
|End of Watch||2012||Actor||Gabby||20127|
|Broken City||2013||Actor||Natalie Barrow||20137|
|Saints and Sinners||2006 2005 - 2006||Actor||Pilar Martin||20067|
|Detroit 1-8-7||2010 2009 - 2010||Actor||Detective Ariana Sanchez||20107|
|Fashion House: Revealed||2005 2004 - 2005||Actor||Michelle||20057|
|What Should You Do?||2004 2001 - 2004||Actor||n/a||20047|
|Believe In Me||2007||Coach||Basketball Coach||1|
|Television debut in "Fashion House"|
|Cast as Deputy Linda Esquivel in "Under the Dome"|
|Supporting role in "End of Watch"|
|Feature film debut in "Death Race"|
|Modeling debut for Jennifer Lopez's J.Lo fashion line|
|Co-starred with Michael Imperioli on ABC's "Detroit 1-8-7"|
|Played Mark Wahlberg's actress girlfriend in "Broken City"|
Born July 12, 1984, Martinez's career before the cameras began at the age of 15, when her mother suggested that she try her hand at modeling for actress Jennifer Lopez's new clothing line. Martinez was selected for the job over 5,000 other hopefuls, and headed to Los Angeles, California, to make her way in the modeling business. She was soon featured in the pages of numerous publications, including men's magazines like Maxim, which in turn led to appearances in music videos by Justin Timberlake. Martinez made her acting debut via the Fox Entertainment Group-owned MyNetworkTV, a television network/syndication service that was initially dedicated to broadcasting English-language telenovelas. Martinez starred in two such series for the network: "Fashion House" (2006), with Bo Derek and Morgan Fairchild, and "Saints & Sinners" (2007).
When both series ran their course, she returned to music video appearances, and was initially cast as a major character in the NBC series "Chuck" (2007-2012), but was written out of the show before its initial airdate. Martinez made her feature film debut in "Death Race," director Paul W.S. Anderson's remake of Roger Corman's dystopian cult classic "Death Race 2000" (1975). She then segued s a brief stint as a cast member on the short-lived crime drama "Detroit 1-8-7" (ABC, 2010-2011). The following year, she enjoyed a recurring turn as a police detective on the popular "CSI: NY," which led to supporting roles in major features like "End of Watch" and "Broken City" with Mark Wahlberg and Russell Crowe. That same year, Martinez scored her first bona fide hit project with the CBS series "Under the Dome," which cast her as a sheriff's deputy in a small town suddenly cut off from the rest of the world by an unseen barrier. The program was renewed for a second season in the summer of 2013.
|Began her modeling career at 15 at the advice of her mother.|
|Appeared in music videos for singles by Pitbull (with Marc Anthony), Sean Paul and Self Scientific.|
|Initially cast in the first season of "Chuck," and appeared in promotional material for the series debut, but was cut before its first broadcast.|
|Modeled for layouts in men's magazines like Stuff and other publications.|
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