Natalia Millán (born 27 November 1969 in Madrid) is a Spanish actress. When she was 16, she began studying at the Taller de Escuelas Imaginarias ( Escuela TAI). There she received singing lessons, jazz, interpretation and classic dance. She is one of the most polyphacetics Spanish actresses. During a brief period, she worked as a professional singer. When Natalia was 18 years old she entered Escuela de Ballet Nacional Español where she studied with Aurora Pons and Victoria Eugenia, improving their preparation with people as important as Carmen Roque, body expression with Arnold Taraborrelli and Agustín Bellús. She also received singing lessons at Escuela de Música Creativa and Escuela Popular de Música. Their principal work has been in theatre, she worked under choreographs Carmen Senra & Denisis Perdikidis' orders, being their first performances on musicals Jesucristo Superstar & My Fair Lady. Their way on Spanish scene was reinforced in Compañía de Tetro de la Danza with “La pasión de Drácula”, “Al fin...Solos”, “Hazme de la noche un cuento”, de Jorge Márquez, “Mata-Hari” or "La Reina del Nilo" . With Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico she performed principal roles on shows as “La gran sultana” & “Fuente Ovejuna". On the film “El cepo” in 1982 she performed a woman named as herself.