Natalia Danielle Dyer began her acting career at 8 with a stage-production of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird.’ She made her screen debut in ‘Hannah Montana: The Movie’ (2009) as ‘Clarissa Granger,’ followed by a role in adventure-film ‘The Greening of Whitney Brown’ (2011).
After appearing in comedy-drama film ‘Blue Like Jazz’ (2012), and fantasy-horror ‘Don’t Let Me Go’ (2013), Dyer starred as romantic lead ‘Davina’ in coming-of-age film ‘I Believe in Unicorns’ (2014). Next, she was seen in two short films (‘The City of Lights’ and ‘Till Dark’) and romantic-drama ‘Long Nights Short Mornings’ (2016).
Dyer got her breakthrough-role as ‘Nancy Wheeler,’ older sister of the boy who’s looking for his mysteriously disappeared friend, in Netflix sci-fi horror-series ‘Stranger Things’ (2016-present). Along with the cast she won ‘Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by Ensemble in Drama-series’.
Dyer starred in short-film ‘Yes, God, Yes’ (2017) which was later made into comedy-drama film of same name (2019). She co-starred with Frances Conroy in independent-drama ‘Mountain Rest’ (2018). In 2019, she starred in sci-fi film ‘After Darkness,’ horror-thriller ‘Velvet Buzzsaw,’ and drama-film ‘Tuscaloosa.’ Further she featured in horror-film ‘Things Heard and Seen’ (2021).
Velvett Buzzsaw is a mystery horror drama film, which tells the story of a supernatural force which gets released, after a recently deceased artist’s paintings are discovered. The supernatural force starts enacting revenge on those who allowed their greed to get in the way of art.
Miley Stewart’s popularity as Hannah Montana begins to overwhelm her actual existence. Therefore, her father convinces her to take a trip to her hometown, in order to get some perspective on what matters in life the most.