Natalia Jędruś is a young Polish actress. She grew up in a small town in southern Poland where women’s common feature is resourcefulness. Natalia graduated from The National Academy of Dramatic Arts in Warsaw. For her first short film „F63.9” directed by Jarek Sztandera she got the Best Actress Award at the Jan Machulski Awards (Awards of the Polish Independent Cinema). She appears as a lead actress in a TV series „Revolt”. She plays a role of a mutinous girl in a youth detention center. Recently she played a role of a woman who lost a child in an improvised film „The Truth” directed by Łukasz Karwowski. Natalia loves to inspire others. She works with youngsters, showing them that drama classes are a way to express feelings, face fears and to touch unnamable aspects of life.