Standish913.com has been blessed to do an exclusive interview with...
"NATASHA ROSE MILLS"!
Natasha Rose Mills is a British actor, best known for her role as Jess in 'Winnie The Pooh Blood and Honey ( IMDB's 2nd most anticipated film of 2023) which was in cinemas worldwide and #3 at the box office and took over $6 million now streaming on SKY TV, APPLE TV and NBC Peacock.
The film was nominated for Best Thriller at the National Film Awards. She has been featured in several notable publications such as CNN, Variety, IGN and Independent.
She likes writing and has created a powerful short film called Colourblind, in which she starred alongside Jill Halfpenny. The film was endorsed by Safe Lives. Natasha's work as a screenwriter also earned her the Best Screenwriter award at the Robnox Film Festival. Some of her notable credits include Return Of Krampus, The Code, and Just One Drop.
Natasha is a versatile actor who brings her characters to life with vulnerability, sensitivity and emotional depth. She also has a talent for writing short, quirky comedy sketches.
Besides her artistic talents, Natasha is also a qualified Hatha Yoga Teacher, who promotes serenity and well-being as a mindfulness and compassion teacher. She is also a Certified Life Coach, offering guidance to actors and creatives in their journeys of self-discovery and achievement. Additionally, she is a published children's author and has contributed to a #1 best-selling multi-author book.
Let's get into some exclusive questions...
STANDISH: You played "Jess" in "Winnie The Pooh: Blood & Honey", tell us how you landed that role.
NATASHA: Having worked on a previous feature with Jagged Edge they offered me the role as I suited the part of Jess after reading the script I saw similarities in the character to myself.
STANDISH: With landing the "Winnie The Pooh: Blood & Honey" role, would you say it's opened new doors for you?
NATASHA: I would say, it has I have had the opportunity to go to conventions and will be a guest at the biggest convention in the UK, the London Comicon in November which I'm excited about. Other film opportunities have come along too.
STANDISH: I saw "Winnie The Pooh: Blood & Honey 2" was being worked on, are you going to be in it?
NATASHA: Unfortunately no, as Jess died in the first one.
STANDISH: Tell us a little about your overall mission, Natasha -
NATASHA: To be honest, I have a passion for acting in crime TV dramas, but I haven't had the opportunity to do so yet. I also have a talent for quirky comedy. It would be my dream to travel the world and experience different cultures. Besides acting, I'm also involved in producing. Currently, I'm working on a horror film called Dead Name, as well as Love and Vengeance. Apart from acting, I am a coach and mindfulness teacher my mission is to make a difference in people's lives and help them achieve their dreams by manifesting the impossible.
STANDISH: You play "Dina" in "Easter Bunny Massacre: The Bloody Trail", can you tell us more about your role?
NATASHA: Dina is a character you either love or hate her very self-indulgent and over the top, we see this in a scene when she thinks a parcel has been delivered and it's for her. The other girls don't really like her and she tends to push people she loves away apart from one close friend she tries to rekindle the relationship she has with her. Aspects of the character were fun to play as it was the complete opposite to me.
STANDISH: You play "Lisa" in "Return Of Krampus", can you tell us more about your role?
NATASHA: Lisa recovering from trauma after her parents' passing, she had a brother Harold whom she was close to, she is the type of character who comes across as caring, but it's hard to see what side she's on throughout the film. This was a very interesting character to play as it allowed me to stretch my ability as an actor and play two different contrasting characters in a sense.
STANDISH: What else can we look forward to in the future from you?
NATASHA: I'll be creating my work and have a few features in development and web series at the moment.
STANDISH: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?
NATASHA: This is a hard question to answer all I can say I would like to work on TV shows get projects greenlit and continue on the road I'm on to make a difference in people's lives through my transformational work.
STANDISH: Where can fans find your work?
NATASHA: Winnie The Pooh is streaming on SKY TV, Apple TV, and Amazon Prime, and Return of Krampus is streaming on Amazon Prime currently.
STANDISH: What are your social links?
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