Natasha Gregson Wagner

Natasha Gregson Wagner

actress, producer, soundtrack

Natasha Gregson Wagner was born on Sep 29, 1970 in USA. Natasha Gregson Wagner's big-screen debut came with Buffy the Vampire Slayer directed by Fran Rubel Kuzui in 1992. Natasha Gregson Wagner is known for The 4400 directed by Scott Peters, Jacqueline McKenzie stars as Diana Skouris and Joel Gretsch as Tom Baldwin. The most recent award Natasha Gregson Wagner achieved is Golden Apple Awards. The upcoming new tvshow Natasha Gregson Wagner plays is Date My Dad - Season 1 which will be released on Jun 02, 2017.

She was surrounded by Hollywood glamor from the onset as the daughter of film star Natalie Wood and British producer/writer/agent Richard Gregson, who was briefly married to Wood between her two marriages to actor Robert Wagner. Natasha Gregson was born on September 29, 1970, in Los Angeles. Her mother was of Russian heritage and was christened Natalia but affectionately nicknamed Natasha during her childhood -- hence, the name. Her parents separated before Natasha was even a year old and when Natalie remarried Wagner a year later, Natasha was informally adopted by her famous stepdad. It's hardly surprising, therefore, that the young girl expressed an early interest in acting. The tragic Catalina Island drowning of her mother in 1981, when Natasha was only 11, left deep emotional scars that would ultimately carry into the dark-edged roles she would play in Hollywood.The naturally beautiful dark-eyed and dark-haired actress certainly bears more than a passing resemblance to her famous mom. Unlike Natalie, however, Natasha has downplayed the glamour and displays a quirky, ditsy-like appeal. Refusing to conform to Hollywood standards, she has instead carved out her own individual path, finding herself much more attracted to offbeat and unconventional material. She debuted in a minor part in Buffy, tueuse de vampires (1992) and initially went around playing cute and plucky in such innocuous TV-movie fare as The Shaggy Dog (1994), the remake of the 1950s Disney classic, and the juvenile delinquent 1950s spoof Dragstrip Girl (1994), which easily recalled her mother's own classic La Fureur de vivre (1955). In 1995 Natasha had a top role in one of the "Hart to Hart" TV mini-movies that served to reunite her onetime stepfather with his former co-star Stefanie Powers.Natasha started creating a major buzz shortly thereafter as her characters grew edgier, uninhibited and more risk-taking. In David Lynch's Lost Highway (1997) she turned heads as Balthazar Getty's cheating girlfriend, and played an adulterous wife in Hollywood People (1997). The ball really started rolling with her standout role as the feisty, street-savvy Lou in the improvisation-styled romantic triangle Two Girls and a Guy (1997). With Robert Downey Jr. and Heather Graham, the film truly captured Natasha's gift for gab and off-the-wall magnetism. From there she continued to offer solid work in hit-and-miss showcases. She co-starred with Giovanni Ribisi in the sexy, no-holds-barred First Love, Last Rites (1997) as a white-trash couple who assertively reevaluate their relationship between the sheets. In Dogtown (1997) she played the mentally slow daughter of whacked-out Karen Black, and in Another Day in Paradise (1998) she played a druggie who is taught the ropes of thievery by pros James Woods and Melanie Griffith. Although Natasha has taken a couple of U-turns into the mainstream, notably as a decapitated victim in the slasher horror opus Urban Legend (1998), they have been few and far between.During the filming of the well-received John Cusack film High Fidelity (2000), Natasha and the film's screenwriter/co-producer D.V. DeVincentis became an item, and the couple married in 2003. She continued her affinity for the weird but compelling with the films Glam (1997), The Medicine Show (2001), Wishing Time (2003) and Wonderland (2003), the last one a sensationalized account of the true-life mass murder committed by Los Angeles dope dealers in which drug-ravaged porn star John Holmes was involved -- Natasha portrayed one of the victims.Divorced from DeVincentis, in 2012 Natasha gave birth to a daughter, Clover Clementyne (named after Natalie's film Daisy Clover (1965)) by actor Barry Watson before marrying him in 2014. Watson has two sons from a previous marriage. Later millennium credits include A Kiss and a Promise (2011), Anesthesia (2015), Search Engines (2016) and Thirty Nine (2016). Seen more on TV, she appeared as a regular on the crime mystery series Pasadena (2001) and as a recurring character on the sci-fi series Les 4400 (2004). She also had guest shots on Médium (2005), Cold Case : Affaires classées (2003), Urgences (1994), Les Experts (2000), Dr House (2004), The Closer: L.A.: Enquêtes prioritaires (2005) and Date My Dad (2017).

  • Birthday

    Sep 29, 1970
  • Place of Birth

    Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Also known

    Natasha Wagner

Known For


1 wins & 0 nominations

Golden Apple Awards
Female Discovery of the Year
Winner - Golden Apple

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows