Natalie Avital made a strange debut in the strange feature This Is Not an Exit: The Fictional World of Bret Easton Ellis (2000), a hybrid of fact and fiction about the notorious author. The London-born brunette stunner went on to appear on the daytime soap Port Charles and in more movies, the most moving from Mr. Skin's perspective being Shallow Ground (2004), a horror movie that's not horrible if you like to see Natalie bound and hanging from a tree in only a pair of panties, with her naked pair jiggling as she tries to free herself. The movie only cost $72,000 to make and used unpaid SAG actors from the Experimental Program. It went on to win the Best Picture Audience Award at the 2004 Dead by Dawn convention. See, it's easy to get a girl to take off her shirt; just say you're making a movie.