Natalie Dormer Net Worth: Natalie Dormer is an English actress who has a net worth of $3 million. Natalie Dormer was created in Reading, Berkshire, England in February 1982. She coached in the Allenova School of Dancing as well as the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. Dormer’s television debut came in the show Distant Shores in 2005. Her film debut came in the 2005 picture Casanova where she played Victoria. She starred as Niamh Cranitch in the television series Silk in 2011. In 2011 she also starred as Sarah in the show The Fades. Since 2013 she’s starred in the TV series Elementary and since 2012 as Margaery Tyrell in the show Game of Thrones. She was likewise nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2014.
Her names originates from the Late Latin name Natalia. It is derived from the Latin phrases natale domini, "birth of Lord", or dies natalis, "Birthday".
Despite rumours that Dormer is related to historical lady-in-waiting Jane Dormer, who served Queen Mary I, they have no familial connection. On this subject, Dormer stated, "It's one of these fabricated Wikipedia facts that is completely false. I don't know my heritage at all; I've never traced it! There was a woman, called Jane Dormer, in the Royal Court who happened to have the same family name as me, but I think that's as far as it goes.".
Participated in the 2014 London Marathon [April 22, 2014].
Her role in Casanova (2005) was originally written to be much smaller. But Natalie so impressed Director Lasse Hallström, he expanded her part, and also injected more humor into the role once he realized how well Natalie handled comedy.
On the basis of her performance in Casanova (2005), Natalie has a 3 picture deal with Disney/Touchstone.
I'm a bit of a wimp to be honest, when it comes to horror movies. When I was a girl and someone would bring the latest slasher film to a sleepover, I was the one hiding in my sleeping bag. I'm not into violence for gratuities sake - pornographic violence. It has to inform the story.
I love those women that I play that have sexual power. But I'm trying to step away from it for me, and my artistic growth. It's more about who I am. I'm not that woman.
Well during the first season, Alfie [Allen], Richard [Madden], and several of the men got naked -- although not all the way. I suppose it's just the rules of broadcast television, isn't it? I think Thrones has been better than your average show with the equality, but they could definitely ramp it up! Absolutely.
Oh, it's fantastic stuff, all about the young "Henry VIII" and his brash, vibrant court. It's everything a period drama shouldn't be: super-sexy, raw, and violent (On The Tudors (2007)).
I'm a Volver type of girl, 21 Grams (2003), films like that. On the edge and really risky.
I know people think that acting is not quite the occupation of grown-ups, but it is actually the ultimate learning process: You get a multitude of experiences, all for the price of one life.