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Natalie Zea: It Doesn't Feel As X-Rated As The Subject Matter

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Natalie Zea will tell you all you want to know about her role as a phone-sex operator whose life takes a romantic and fantastic turn in the new movie, "Sweet Talk" (which will play on Video On Demand beginning Sunday), but don't ask her whether she's returning to "The Following."

She's apparently been sworn to secrecy.

When Season One of "The Following" ended, the fates of both Kevin Bacon and Natalie's characters were up in the air.  And with Ryan and Claire each sporting some seriously fatal-looking knife wounds lying on the floor of Ryan's kitchen, Zap2It.com, as well as many fans, wondered whether Season Two would follow the same format of the first season but with different characters.

But it looks like Claire is a survivor, since Zea has been confirmed to be returning to the FOX drama for Season Two, TV Guide Magazine reports. After signing an eleventh-hour deal, there is no word yet on how many episodes she'll last. Will Claire fight to heal and live to see another story line, or will she be able to say her last goodbyes before succumbing to her injuries?

Oh, and did we tell you Natalie recently got engaged?  She talks about that, too, when she joins Steve Edwards and Maria Sansone on Good Day L.A.

Fun Facts About Natalie Zea: (Source: Wikipedia)

1) She is an American actress known for her roles as Gwen Hotchkiss on the NBC daytime soap Passions, socialite Karen Darling on Dirty Sexy Money on ABC, Winona Hawkins on Justified on FX and Claire Matthews on The Following on Fox.

2) Zea had a few small film roles before joining the cast of Passions in 2000 as Gwen Hotchkiss, replacing exiting actress Liza Huber. Zea left the show in 2002, and was replaced by Huber.

3) Zea has made several different guest appearances in primetime, guest starring on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2001. In 2004, she had a recurring role on the FX police drama The Shield playing a love interest of Michael Chiklis' Vic Mackey, leaving the show for the short-lived ABC drama Eyes. Zea's next major role was on the ABC soap Dirty Sexy Money from 2007 to 2009, playing spoiled socialite Karen Darling. Following the series' cancellation after two seasons.  She had a recurring role during the first season of the HBO series Hung.

'Sweet Talk' will be available on Video On Demand beginning Sunday.

Twitter: @nataliezea

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