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Natasha Gregson Wagner (1970)

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Natasha Gregson Wagner is an American actress.

Gregson Wagner was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Richard Gregson, a film producer, and the late actress Natalie Wood. She left Emerson College to pursue an acting career.

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Natasha Gregson Wagner is the oldest daughter of Hollywood icon Natalie Wood, from her marriage to British producer Richard Gregson. She is of Russian heritage, as her maternal grandparents immigrated from Russia. Her parents separated when she was ten months old. Her mother later married actor Robert Wagner. Natasha has a younger half-sister, Courtney Wagner. On November 29, 1981, Natalie Wood drowned near Catalina Island. After her mother's death, she took the last name of her stepfather, who cut off all contact with Natalie Wood's family. Her aunt Lana Wood wrote a book "Natalie: A Memoir By Her Sister," in which she expressed her sadness of Wagner forbidding her to have contact with Natasha and Courtney. Her stepmother is actress Jill St. John. When Natasha's maternal grandmother died of pneumonia in 1998, neither she nor her half-sister attended the funeral. Natasha had a long-term relationship with Josh Evans and was married to D.V. DeVincentis from October 2003 to January 2008. Her uncle is British actor Michael Craig.

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Natasha Gregson Wagner's first film role was as Lisa in film Fathers and Sons, with Jeff Goldblum and Famke Janssen in 1992. She then had a small role in the movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Following that film she starred in several TV movies including Modern Vampires, Hefner: Unauthorized, and The Shaggy Dog. In 1995 she starred with her stepfather Robert Wagner in a Hart to Hart TV movie. She starred in the Wes Craven film The Outpost. In 1996 she co-starred with Jon Lovitz in the comedy High School High. In the 1997 film Two Girls and a Guy she played Lou, a sexually liberated young woman, who discovers that her actor boyfriend Blake Allen is cheating on her with Carla Bennett . Gregson Wagner had a small role in the 1998 thriller Urban Legends in which her character Michelle is killed off in the first few minutes by a serial killer hiding in the backseat of her car. That same year she guest starred in an episode of Ally McBeal. In 1999 she played a heroin junkie in the Another Day in Paradise where she had an explicit sex scene with Vincent Kartheiser. In 2000 she had roles in Stranger Than Fiction and High Fidelity opposite John Cusack. In 2003 she played Barbara Richardson in the movie Wonderland, the true story about the Wonderland Avenue murders in Laurel Canyon that resulted in the deaths of Ron Launius, Billy Drevell, Barbara Richardson, Joy Miller, and left Launius' wife Susan Launius in critical condition. In 2005 she guest starred on hit TV shows Cold Case and Medium. In 2006 she starred in two episodes of ER: "Bloodline" and "21 Guns". From 2005 to 2007 she had a recurring role on the TV show The 4400 as April Skouris, the sister of NTAC agent Diana Skouris. In 2008 she guest starred on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and House M.D. Her current film The Funeral Party is in post-production.

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