Born September 12, 1970 in Barnaul.
In 1980, she entered the Vyacheslav Spesivtsev Studio Theater on Krasnaya Presnya. After her education in a theater class studio, Natalia Schukina began to play in performances. Among them, the most famous "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer," where she played the role of Susie Garper.
In 1992 she graduated from the Higher Theater School named after B.V. Schukin on the course of Yu.I. Avsharova and was accepted into the troupe of the Lenkom Theater.
In the movie, the first major role was played in 1988 in the drama Eldar Ryazanov "Dear Elena Sergeevna."
Prizes and awards:
- In 2002, Natalia Yurievna was awarded the title of Honored Artist of Russia.
- In 2002, she was awarded the independent Triumph Prize.
- In 2007 she was awarded the prize named after E.P. Leonov for the best role in the play "Tartuffe" of the Lenkom Theater.
- In 2013, she was awarded the E.P. Leonov Prize for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in the play “Five Evenings” of the Lenkom Theater.