Nat is a Melbourne based stand-up comedian who emerged on the scene as a Triple J RAW comedy state finalist in 2012 and has since gone on to perform sell out solo shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne Fringe Festival.
She has appeared on telly shows Twentysomething (Netflix), Fancy Boy (ABC), presented The Vagina Diaries documentary as a part of the ABC Opening Shot series and was a featured content creator on The Slot (Foxtel).
Nat cut her teeth as a writer adapting one of her stand up shows Good Grief into a web-series, which was a recipient of development funding from Screen Australia's Gender Matters: Brilliant Stories and was one of 6 finalists for AACTA PITCH where she was invited to pitch a web-series for AACTA shorts fest in Sydney.
Nat can be heard regularly as a ‘Friday Funny Bugger’ on community station Triple R’s Breakfasters and has made multiple appearances on Triple J for Good Az Friday live broadcast.
Nat will debut her new comedy show, Babycino at Melbourne International Comedy Festival, 2019
“It’s safe to say that Natalie Harris’s secret is out — and a pleasure to share.” Herald Sun
"deadpan, perfectly paced delivery and dry, ballsy demeanour that is a joy" Chortle UK
"keeps everyone riveted to every word" Squirrel Comedy