Natasha Gregson Wagner Biography
Following her parents footsteps, Natasha Gregson Wagner then pursued a career in performing arts as well. She became an actor, but not like that of her mothers or fathers. She was one who ventured into Hollywood films and televisions series with unusual themes. Much credit of that choice of path can be traced to the scars brought by the tragic death of her mother in Catalina Island when she was only eleven years old.
Though Natasha Gregson Wagner had famous parents, the sexy beauty chose to go slow on her projects. Her first television appearance was in Buffy the Vampire Slayer in 1992 and in Fathers and Sons in 1994, when her Josh Evans, her then-boyfriend, had his directorial debut.
Later on, Natasha Gregson Wagner started taking on more challenging roles in films. After several appearances in many TV Series such as The Shaggy Dog (1994) and Dragstrip Girl, Natasha starred in David Lynch's Lost Highway (1997) as Balthazar Getty's hot yet two-timer girlfriend.
From the raveled start, Natasha continued to take on hot and daring roles such as that of an adulterous wife in Quiet Days in Hollywood shown in 1997 and in Two Girls and a Guy. More and more films followed like First Love, Last Rites in 1997, Dogtown (1997), and Another Day in Paradise where she starred with James Woods and Melanie Griffith. She also made it in slasher horror suspense movies, Scream and Urban Legend in 1998.
Notable among all Natashas sexy films however was John Cusacks film High Fidelity in 2000, which marked her as a hot item in Hollywood. This was then followed by Glam (2001), The Medicine Show (2001), Vampires: Los Muertos (2002), Wishing Time (2003) and Wonderland (2003) and her role in the highly rated drama series, ER.
While filming High Fidelity, Natasha Gregson Wagner dated the film's screenwriter/co-producer D.V. DeVincentis. Three years after, they were married.