Natasha Gregson Wagner

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Natasha Gregson Wagner (born September 29, 1970) 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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MOVIE CREDITS:
2006: Christine Sternwald - The Accidental Witness
1997: Lou - Two Girls and a Guy
2012: Samantha Beck - A Kiss and a Promise
1998: Sissel - First Love, Last Rites
1994: Laura Bickford - Dragstrip Girl
1999: Bobbie Arnstein - Hefner: Unauthorized
1993: Jenny - The Substitute
2001: Lynn Piegi - The Medicine Show
1998: Vanessa Mason - Glam
2016: Georgia - Search Engines
1994: Gina - Molly and Gina
2020: Herself - Natalie Wood: What Remains Behind
2002: Zoey - Vampires: Los Muertos
1995: Wendy - Mind Ripper
2000: Violet Madison - Stranger than Fiction
1998: Rosie - Another Day in Paradise
2016: Tabatha - Thirty Nine
2003: Brenda - Sol Goode
1996: Julie Rubels - High School High
1992: Lisa - Fathers & Sons
1996: Sara Ruth - Dogtown
1998: Nico - Modern Vampires
2014: Irina - Вкус Америки
1993: Lissa Drew - Tainted Blood
1997: Herself - Pretty as a Picture: The Art of David Lynch
1997: Kathy - Quiet Days in Hollywood
1992: Martha - Dark Horse
1994: Kirsten - Dead Beat
1996: Kelly - The Method
1994: The Shaggy Dog
1992: Cassandra - Buffy the Vampire Slayer
1994: Kristen - S.F.W.
2018: Urban Legacy: The Story Behind Urban Legend
2003: Barbara Richardson - Wonderland
1998: Michelle Mancini - Urban Legend
1994: Inside the Goldmine
2000: Caroline Fortis - High Fidelity
1999: Herself (Ringside Fan) - Play It to the Bone
2016: Marta - Anesthesia
1997: Sheila - Lost Highway

TV CREDITS:
2004: Sandra - House
2004: April Skouris - The 4400
2001: Night Visions
1994: ER
1994: Birdland
2005: Medium
2001: Pasadena
2000: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
1997: Ally McBeal
2003: Cold Case
1994: Chicago Hope
1999: The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn