Long-legged, dark-haired Broadway actress Natalie Kingston entered films at the Mack Sennett studios in 1924, as a potential replacement for Sennett's resident "classy lady" Madeline Hurlock. She almost immediately co-starred with baby-faced Harry Langdon in a series of wistful comedies bearing such titles as Remember When? (1925) and Her First Flame (1927). She went on to play decorative leading lady roles in feature films, and twice appeared as Jane in a brace of late silent/early talkie Tarzan serials. Natalie Kingston closed out her film career in B-pictures in 1933.