With twenty years of working in the entertainment industry, Natalie has mastered the art of working behind the scenes and getting things done. Her ability to put together production puzzle pieces has earned her praise and respect in Hollywood. She is detailed oriented, organized and able to multi-task in fast-paced environments with short deadlines.
In the mid 90’s she started Ne’j Productions and started casting and producing theatrical shows. Her networking and development of value-oriented relationships in the industry were critical to her success in building her business. Under her direction, the company successfully produced several shows, including In the Wine Time by Ed Bullins, The Shaggy Wolfman, The West Coast Night at the Apollo and the The Southbay Comedy Jam.
Based on the success of her production company she expanded her talents to personal management and Ne’j Management was born. The constant search for knowledge and learning is what makes her successful. She is a self-starter and adapts quickly to new information and changing environments.
Not satisfied with just personal management she continued to learn all facets of the business and started 2 Guys Casting and was known for supplying minority actors for film and television. Additionally, she worked in the theatrical and commercial departments at Cavaleri & Associates Talent Literary Agency. In Hollywood Natalie is the “go to girl” for last minute rush calls.
Natalie is well versed in the business of entertainment particularly as it relates to contract and labor negotiations. She has valuable work experience as a Workers Compensation Manager for NBC Universal.
Natalie’s creative production experience and entertainment business experience is a combination that continues to serve her well in the industry. Her determination, integrity and experience are a valuable resource and critical part of any successful entertainment venture. Natalie is currently working on a documentary on her older brother Sir Keith Holman titled: “Woven” the Documentary.
“Woven” The Documentary
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