Natalie Peyton

miss coed May 26th, 2014

Natalie is a gorgeous 24-year-old actress, producer, and comedian currently living in Venice Beach, CA. She’s good buddies with our friend Rachel Mullins and is huge on boardsports. She’s a Texas girl with a California way-of-life, a totally winning combination.

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    Austin, TX
  • Current Location:
    Venice Beach, CA
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    Hazel Green


When I’m not being fine as hell I love to surf, snowboard, and wake board. I grew up on the lake in Austin so I get stoked about board sports. I also love writing and performing stand up comedy, and producing web series. Oh and going to see live music!

10 questions

  • 1. Approachable?:
    Yes! Almost too approachable. I’m very outgoing and can make friends with almost anyone. I like making people feel good about themselves.
  • 2. Fave subject:
    History. I like to imagine how things were and love reading authors such as Eric Larson, who writes history in novel form.
  • 3. Most dangerous thing:
    I joined the “Sole Club” in Taupo, New Zealand. That means I went bungee jumping off a bridge over a lake and everything went plunging into the water except for the soles of my feet.
  • 4. Would I do again:
    Hell yes
  • 5. Favorite meal:
    Mac and cheese, fish sticks, and peas. No, I don’t often eat this but I like it because it reminds me of childhood.
  • 6. What do I want to do next:
    I want to go surfing in Bali.
  • 7. Favorite team:
    San Antonio Spurs.
  • 8. Favorite hobby:
    Board sports, going to see live music, and playing with my mini lop bunny rabbit, Janis Loplin.
  • 9. Guilty pleasure:
    peanut butter, pandas, beer, and Asian babies.
  • 10. Star Wars or Star Trek:
    Spock is a boss. Plus Star Trek is about exploring new worlds which I’m all about…rather than Star Wars which I see as a resemblance of our politics on a big screen.

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