Natalie Lisinska net worth is
Natalie Lisinska Wiki/Biography
Natalie Lisinska was born on the 11th January 1982, in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, and is an actress best known to the world as Aynsley Norris in the TV series “Black Orphan”, among many other differing appearances.
Have you ever wondered how rich Natalie Lisinska is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Lisinska’s wealth is as high as $500,000, an amount earned through her successful career in the world of entertainment, active since 2005.
Natalie Lisinska Net Worth $500,000
Although born in England, Natalie spent her early years on Vancouver Island, British Columbia Canada. She went to St. Michaels University school after which she started studying drama at Ryerson University Theatre School.
She made her professional acting debut in 2005 with the part of Claire in the TV series “Kevin Hill”, then a year later was cast in her first recurring role, as Jenny in the TV series “At the Hotel”, and the same year she also appeared in the made-for-television film “The House Next Door”, playing Eloise, so establishing her net worth.
Natalie came to prominence with a role in the Canadian comedy-drama “Young People Fucking” (2007), which won several awards, including the Canadian Comedy Award. From there, Natalie appeared in the mystery drama “Chloe” (2009), next to Julianne Moore, Amanda Seyfried and Liam Neeson, which further increased her net worth. She was busy over the next few years, as she was chosen for the role of Gretchen in the mystery thriller “My Neighbor’s Secret” (2009), then played Hailey Caldwell in the television film “Fairfield Road” (2010), while in 2011 she portrayed Alex Cranston in the TV series “InSecurity”, all of which increased her net worth, and popularity as well.
Having already a number of credits under her name, Natalie became a rather used name by producers and directors, which resulted in a role in the remake of the ‘90s action-adventure film “Total Recall”, joined by Colin Farrel, Bokeem Woodbine and Bryan Cranston among others. The film received mixed reviews but was rather successful at box office, which helped add a substantial amount to Natalie’s net worth.
Thanks to her successful appearances, she was chosen for the role of Aynsley Norris in the sci-fi action drama series “Orphan Black” (2013-2017), and has had many other successful appearances too, all of which increased her net worth. In 2013 she featured in the sci-fi drama film “Horizon”, while in 2016 she appeared in the television film “L.M. Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables: The Good Stars”. The same year she played Sally Warrington in the TV series “Ride”, while most recently she was Carly Dixon in the TV series “Mary Kills People”, and Sherry Davis in another made-for-television film – “Mommy’s Little Boy”. Before the end of 2017, Natalie also appeared in the television film “Christmas in Angel Falls”, portraying Barbara Wilson.
When it comes to her personal life, Natalie, unfortunately, tends to keep her most intimate details hidden from the public eye, so there is no reliable information available about her life outside her professional career, not even rumours of any romantic associations.
|Date Of Birth||January 11, 1982|
|Place Of Birth||Shrewsbury, United Kingdom|
|Education||St. Michaels University, Ryerson University Theatre School|
|Awards||Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series|
|Nominations||Canadian Comedy Award for Multimedia / Best Female Performance in a Feature|
|Movies||Young People Fucking, Total Recall, Chloe, Fairfield Road, The House Next Door, Reel Love, My Neighbor's Secret, The Translator, Shelby, Anxietyville, Dorothy's Secret, Mommy's Little Boy, Cheese, Young People F...ing, Dorthy’s Secret, Horizon, Baby's First Christmas|
|TV Shows||Orphan Black, InSecurity, At the Hotel, Ride|
|Mommy's Little Boy||2017||TV Movie||Sherry Davis|
|Mary Kills People||2017||TV Series||Carly Dixon|
|L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables: The Good Stars||2017||TV Movie||Miss Stacy|
|Ride||2017||TV Series||Sally Warrington|
|Private Eyes||2016||TV Series||Jamie Linfoot|
|Good Witch||2016||TV Series||Sharon|
|This Is Not What You Had Planned||2015||Short||Sarah|
|Orphan Black||2013-2014||TV Series||Aynsley Norris|
|Sorority Surrogate||2014||TV Movie||Stacie Holts|
|Baby's First Christmas||2012||TV Movie||Trisha|
|Saving Hope||2012||TV Series||Pamela|
|Total Recall||2012/I||Bohemian Nurse|
|Less Than Kind||2012||TV Series||Karen|
|InSecurity||2011||TV Series||Alex Cranston|
|Reel Love||2011||TV Movie||Debbie Manfredi|
|Lost Girl||2010||TV Series||Collette|
|Flashpoint||2010||TV Series||Rachel Williams|
|Fairfield Road||2010||TV Movie||Hailey Caldwell|
|The B Team||2009||TV Movie||Alex Taylor|
|My Neighbor's Secret||2009||TV Movie||Gretchen|
|Love Your Enemy||2009||Short||Dora|
|Life with Derek||2008||TV Series||Terry|
|Degrassi: The Next Generation||2007-2008||TV Series||Andrea|
|'Til Death Do Us Part||2007||TV Series||Stacey|
|The Dresden Files||2007||TV Series||Laura|
|Above and Beyond||2006||TV Mini-Series||Miss Bogston|
|The House Next Door||2006||TV Movie||Eloise|
|At the Hotel||2006||TV Series||Jenny|
|Kevin Hill||2005||TV Series||Claire|
|The Office Temps||2005||TV Series|
|Dorothy's Secret||2016||Short co-producer|
|Katie Chats||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|The 10th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards||2009||TV Special||Herself - Nominee - Best Female Film Performance|
|2014||Canadian Screen Award||Canadian Screen Awards, CA||Best Performance in a Guest Role, Dramatic Series||Orphan Black (2013)|
|2013||Canadian Screen Award||Canadian Screen Awards, CA||Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role||InSecurity (2011)|