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Next on Brown & Brilliant, Eps #11: Celebrating a Legit Multi-Hyphenate, Natasha Chandel

In the ever-evolving world of entertainment, some individuals transcend the usual boundaries, wearing multiple hats with ease and grace. Natasha Chandel is one such powerhouse—a true multi-hyphenate who has made significant contributions across various facets of the industry. From being a seasoned producer and creative executive to a dynamic writer, actress, stand-up comedian, voice-over artist, and podcaster, Natasha’s talents know no bounds!

A Diverse and Impressive Career

Natasha's career is a testament to her versatility and dedication. She has held significant roles at industry giants like MTV, FOX, Disney, and Critical Role. Now, she focuses on her passions full-time, delving into writing, acting, comedy, voice work, and podcasting. Her unique voice, often described as edgy, fresh, honest, and hilarious, shines through in all her work.

Writing and Production Credits

Her writing prowess is evident in her contributions to popular shows such as Netflix’s Mr. Iglesias and Peacock’s Press Start!. Natasha also produced Critical Role’s All Work No Play, a testament to her ability to juggle multiple creative roles simultaneously. On her podcast, Kinda Dating, she dives into the complexities of relationships with humor and insight, drawing a dedicated following.

Voice-Over Artistry

In the realm of voice-over, Natasha has brought numerous characters to life. Her work spans major video games like Starfield and Call of Duty: Vanguard, as well as the Netflix animated series Dead End: Paranormal Park. Her performances are marked by a distinct blend of authenticity and wit, making her a sought-after talent in the industry.

Championing South Asian Representation

Beyond her professional achievements, Natasha is a passionate advocate for South Asian representation in the entertainment industry. As the Vice-Chair of the South Asian Writers Committee (WGA), she works tirelessly to enhance visibility, improve access, and increase employment opportunities for South Asian writers. Through her work, she strives to break stereotypes, particularly about South Asian women, and to showcase her culture as dynamic and cool.

Early Achievements and Notable Projects

Natasha’s journey in the entertainment world began with notable successes at a young age. She secured a first-look deal with Viacom, where she created, wrote, directed, and starred in three seasons and 28 episodes of the vibrant comedy web series Mumbai Chopra: Misadventures of an It Girl. Additionally, she helmed the branded comedy web series The Can and, at the age of 18, wrote the award-winning historical documentary Happy Birthday Flowertown.

Tune In to 'Brown & Brilliant'

To celebrate Natasha's remarkable career and contributions to the entertainment industry, we invite you to tune in to the next episode of 'Brown & Brilliant, powered by WISE' on May 28 @9pm. Don't miss the chance to witness Natasha Chandel in all her brilliance (and comic timing). Join us as we celebrate a trailblazer who continues to inspire and empower individuals everywhere.

Brown & Brilliant show flyer featuring upcoming guest Natasha Chandel with host Vineesha Arora-Sarin
Next guest on the Brown & Brilliant podcast - Natasha Chandel - May 28, 9pm PT

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