Originally from Macon, Georgia, Natalia Livingston received her B.A. from Emory University and then with local theatre credits under her belt, moved from her small southern town to Los Angeles to pursue her dream of acting.
Livingston quickly booked the role of “Emily Quartermaine” on ABC’s hit soap series General Hospital, which garnered her a Daytime Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama. From 2003 – 2009, Livingston filmed 517 episodes of General Hospital. In 2011, Livingston appeared in 51 episodes of Days of Our Lives as “Taylor Walker.” Film credits include lead roles in the indies Rough Hustle and West of Brooklyn.
In 2012, Livingston executive produced the PBS documentary The Man Who Ate New Orleans, about a pastor’s historic quest to rebuild and reunite the people of New Orleans through food and music.
Currently, Livingston has a producing deal at National Geographic where she recently wrapped a non-scripted pilot for the network and has several more projects in development.