Natalie Marla West (born January 23, 1954; Grand Forks, North Dakota) is an American Television, Film and Stage actress best known for her role as Crystal Anderson Conner on the 1988-1997 TV series Roseanne.
Natalie's career began in the early 1980s when she starred in several plays in Chicago area theaters. Her first break came when she won the role of Crystal Anderson Conner, Roseanne's friend and, later, Dan's stepmother, on Roseanne. She was a regular cast member for seasons three and four and a recurring guest star before and afterward. Her final appearance was in the season eight premiere in 1995. Soon after she took a break from film and television to focus on her stage career. She made a film comeback in 2004 when she starred in the independent film Life Sentence. She later starred in a few more independent films over the years. In 2012 she starred in her first leading film role in the independent comedy-drama film Nate and Margaret, playing Margaret. Today, she continues to perform in several Chicago theatre productions.