Ore. teen checks 'Grimm' role off bucket list

Ore. teen checks 'Grimm' role off bucket list

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by Collette Wieland

kgw.com

Posted on February 25, 2012 at 12:30 AM

Updated Saturday, Feb 25 at 11:01 AM

A lot of us have a bucket list, a list of things we want to do before our time is up.

For one Oregon teen, being a part of of NBC's "Grimm" was at the top of that list. And for Natalie Hill, time is precious.

The 16-year old has cancer. When she was diagnosed, the Coos Bay teen made a bucket list.

Natalie wants to ride in a hot air balloon, go to Vegas and go to Hawaii, among other things. She may have to wait on some of those, but she can check one off: Being on a TV show.

The folks at "Grimm" gave her a walk-on role as an extra. Natalie said she got a trailer of her own and got to meet some of the stars of the show.

She will appear in the episode that airs Friday, March 2. Look for her in a scene at the police station, where she's wearing a long blonde wig, a grey sweater and a purple scarf.

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