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Prune Magazine : One to Watch

Interview: Prune Magazine brings you the juice when it comes to the hottest stars of Hollywood. Starting now and periodically onward Prune Mag nominates a star who shows a lot of promise and talent. Introducing our newest section, "Prune Juice: One To Watch" For our first feature in this new section we have chosen singer, model, and actress, Natalie Sharp, Star of Audience Network's "Hit The Road" (Co-created and co-starring Seinfeld'sJason Alexander).

Chic Spy: Who's That Girl

There’s a new musical comedy that premiered last month called “Hit the Road” that follows a dysfunctional family who tours the country in search of fame and fortune. Co-created and starring Seinfeld’s Jason Alexander, the sitcom features fresh new faces including Canadian actress Natalie Sharp, who plays Jason’s eldest daughter. She’s the lead singer of the family band, whose vanity and dreams of celebrity lead to frequent clashes with her family. Sharp, who is a triple threat as a singer and songwriter too, has had previous roles in TV including “Supernatural” (2014) and “Loudermilk” (2017). Despite all of her acting success, Sharp is currently enrolled at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, working on a Bachelor of Arts in Drama and Business. I recently caught up with the burgeoning actress to get intel on her style, acting career, and Hollywood crush.

North Shore News: Natalie Sharp gets her shot in The Miracle Season

Tom Cruise hangs from airplanes. Angelina Jolie leaps onto moving trucks. Natalie Sharp is no slouch, either: she spikes those volleyballs for real in the true feel-good drama The Miracle Season.

We Blab Entertainment Magazine

Breakout actress Natalie Sharp talks about her new comedy series Hit the Road, and working with Seinfeld's Jason Alexander. Also Natalie tell us about earning her B.A. from Loyola Marymount University.

Real Style Network- Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle

Natalie Sharp Talks “Hit The Road”, Working With Jason Alexander, Her Inspirations And More

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If the Bluths of “Arrested Development” fame made being despicable an art form, the Swallow family from the Audience Network’s “Hit the Road” is turning it into a catchy song that you just can’t shake. The new  series from “Seinfeld” alum Jason Alexander, which premieres on October 17, follows the band-on-the-run exploits of the dysfunctional songwriting clan as they traverse the country in search of fortune and fame.


Series star Natalie Sharp plays lead singer and diva-in-training Ria Swallow, and from what we have seen thus far, it’s a star-making role for the Canadian-born actress and songwriter.


We recently sat down with Sharp to discuss getting to play the daughter of a TV legend, why her character is a total badass on stage, and how she got to see “Supernatural” star Jensen Ackles riding around on a tiny, yellow motorbike.

Loving Series: Exclusive Interview with Actress Natalie Sharp

Actress, singer and songwriter Natalie Sharp is a series regular on Audience Network‘s new show Hit The Road, a musical comedy that stars Jason Alexander. Check out our latest exclusive interview. We’ve been able to sit down with her to talk about what we can expect about the show and Natalie’s other projects.

Tell Tale

From her sketch comedy, Youtube series Speedy & Stretch with co-star Michelle Creber, to her regular role on the anticipated series Hit The Road, Natalie Sharp has shown her comedic chops.


I recently got the opportunity to chat with Sharp about her role on Hit The Road and her experiences while on set filming with Seinfeld‘s Jason Alexander and Everybody Hates Chris‘s long-time director, Jerry Levine.

Starry Mag

Interviews: Natalie Sharp- Hit The Road

The Los Angeles Loyolan

13 burning questions with actress Natalie Sharp

Famous Birthdays

Born May 16 1996, Natalie Sharp is a Canadian actress from Vancouver, BC.

Jerry Yish Shows His Heart In New Single "Legacy"

"The angel behind the voice of my chorus is Natalie Sharp. Wow. Wow is all I can say. Natalie came into my life very recently, and without her, I couldn't have expressed the legacy of my father nearly half as well as I needed to. She was a god-send for me throughout the process!"- YISH

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