She has appeared in three movies centered on vampires. They are Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Modern Vampires and Vampires: Los Muertos.
Her height is 5'2".
She was named after her mother, Natalie Wood, whose real name was Natasha.
She auditioned for the role of Kelly Van Ryan in the movie Wild Things. She didn't get the role, but recommended her stepfather, Robert Wagner, for the part of prosecutor Tom Baxter.
She is a painter in her spare time, and studied art history at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts.
She dated director Josh Evans from 1990 until 1997. He directed Natasha in the film Inside the Goldmine.
She frequently plays complicated and emotionally wrecked female characters in movies, and uses her own therapy following her mother's death as inspiration.
She is a regular in independent films, with notable performances in the movies Two Girls and a Guy, Another Day In Paradise and Wonderland.
She won the award for Female Discovery of the Year in 2001 at the Golden Apple Awards.
She appeared in a 2002 TV pilot called The Zero Effect, which was based on the movie of the same name.
She was legally adopted by Robert Wagner at age 2.
Her mother, Natalie Wood, drowned in 1981, when Natasha was just 11 years old.
She made her film debut in the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie.
She is good friends with actor Balthazar Getty, who she worked with in the TV series Pasadena and the movies Lost Highway and Sol Goode.
She worked with her stepfather, Robert Wagner, in the TV movie Hart to Hart: Secrets of the Hart in 1995.
She has been criticized in the past for the using the name Wagner to further her career.
She dated actor Adam Storke, who is the godson of Natasha's stepfather, Robert Wagner.
She married writer D.V. DeVincentis in 2003. DeVincentis wrote the screenplay to High Fidelity, a film Natasha starred in.
She is the daughter of legendary actress Natalie Wood and producer Richard Gregson.
Her stepfather is Robert Wagner.
Natasha: (On her mother's death) Her death was probably the most defining part of me. I've spent the rest of my life dealing with it. It changed me forever.
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