Natalie Dormer is a British-born actress. She is most popular for playing the role of Margaery Tyrell on the HBO series Game of Thrones. Natalie is also well known for acting in the CBS series Elementary as Irene Adler/Moriarty. She also starred in the sci-fi adventure film The Hunger Games: Mockingjay-Part 1.
Early Life of Natalie Dormer
Natalie Dormer was born on February 11, 1982, in Reading, Berkshire. At first, she attended Chiltern Edge Secondary School. After that, she moved to Reading Blue Coat School. Her childhood was around her stepfather, mother, and her sister Samantha. She also has a brother named Mark. Natalie was a bright student. She was also the vice-captain of the netball team.
Career of Natalie Dormer
After graduating, she did her debut film Cassanova in 2005. She played the role of Victoria in this movie. After that, she did a minor role in Distant Shores. Then she got the role of Anne Boleyn in the series The Tudors. In 2008, Dormer played Moira Nicholson in Agatha Christie’s Marple: “Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?” and appeared in a number of films such as Fence Walker and City of Life. After that, she played the role of PVT. Lorraine in the Marvel movie Captain America: The First Avenger.
Then in 2012, she got another big chance. Dormer played Margaery Tyrell in the HBO fantasy TV series Game of Thrones.
Natalie has been engaged to Anthony Byrne since 2011. They met in 2007 during the filming of The Tudors.
Born: February 11, 1982,
Birth Place: Reading, United Kingdom
Height: 5′ 6″
Partner: Anthony Byrne (2011–)
Siblings: Samantha Dormer, Mark Dormer
Filmography of Natalie Dormer
- Casanova (2005)
- Flawless (2007)
- The Tudors (2007)
- Masterwork (2009)
- Marple: Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? (2009)
- City of Life (2009)
- Captain America: The First Avenger (2011)
- Silk (2011)
- Game of Thrones (2012)
- Electric Cinema: How to Behave (2012)
- The Brunchers (2013)
- Rush (2013)
- Elementary (2013)
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 (2014)
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2 (2015)
- The Forest (2016)