Most recently, Natasha starred in "Most Beautiful Island," a drama-thriller written and directed by Ana Asensio. The film was awarded the Grand Jury Prize at the South by Southwest Film Festival (SXSW) 2017, played at numerous other festivals and was nominated for the 2018 Independent Spirit Award. The critically acclaimed psychological thriller was picked up by Samuel Goldwyn Films/Orion Pictures in the United States and by Bulldog Films in the UK. It had a theatrical release in the fall of 2017, and is now available on Amazon Prime, iTunes, and other digital platforms.

Natasha also appears in Abel Ferrara's controversial film "Welcome to New York" starring Gérard Depardieu, and in "Love & Turbulence" directed by Alexandre Castagnetti. Her most recent TV appearances include a co-star role on CBS series "Madam Secretary" and a featured role on another CBS show, "Kevin Can Wait".

Natasha studied acting at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York and at Playhouse West in Los Angeles. Her own writing and directing debut, the mystery short film "Shoe Lady" premiered at NewFilmmakers New York Film Festival in January, 2017.


Natasha is a published poet and established singer-songwriter of the band Discrete Encounter. She has worked as a TV host for two major international television channels, NTV America and RTVi. 


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