Natasha Gregson Wagner

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Natasha Gregson Wagner
Born Natasha Gregson
(1970-09-29) September 29, 1970 (age 44)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Education Crossroads School
Alma mater Emerson College
University of Southern California
Occupation Actress
Years active 1992–present
Spouse(s) D.V. DeVincentis (2003–2008)
Partner(s) Barry Watson (2011-present)
Children Clover Clementyne Watson (daughter) b.2012
Parent(s) Natalie Wood (mother)
Richard Gregson (father)
Relatives Lana Wood (aunt)
Michael Craig (uncle)

Natasha Gregson Wagner (born September 29, 1970) is an American actress. Wagner was born in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Richard Gregson, a film producer, and actress Natalie Wood.

Early life[edit]

Gregson with her mother in 1973, by Allan Warren

Natasha Gregson Wagner is the daughter of Russian American actress Natalie Wood and British producer Richard Gregson. Her godmother was actress Ruth Gordon.[1] Her parents separated when she was ten months old, and later divorced.[2] Her mother remarried actor Robert Wagner in 1972, and together they had a daughter, Courtney Wagner (born 1974).[1] Her aunt is Lana Wood.

On November 29, 1981, Natalie Wood drowned near Catalina Island. After her mother's death, Gregson Wagner and her half-sister Courtney were raised in California by Wagner and his wife, actress Jill St. John.[1][3]

Gregson Wagner attended Crossroads School in Santa Monica.[3] She went on to Emerson College and later transferred to the University of Southern California. She left in 1992 to pursue an acting career.[1]


Gregson Wagner's first film role was as Lisa in the film Fathers & Sons in 1992. She then had a small role in the movie Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Following that film she starred in several TV movies including Modern Vampires, Hefner: Unauthorized, and The Shaggy Dog. In 1995 she starred with her father Robert Wagner in a Hart to Hart TV movie. She starred in the Wes Craven film The Outpost. In 1996 she co-starred with Jon Lovitz in the comedy High School High. She played Lou in the 1997 film Two Girls and a Guy. Gregson Wagner had a small role in the 1998 thriller Urban Legend. That same year she guest starred in an episode of Ally McBeal. In 1998 she appeared in Another Day in Paradise with Vincent Kartheiser and Melanie Griffith.

In 2000 she had roles in Stranger Than Fiction and High Fidelity opposite John Cusack. In 2003 she played Barbara Richardson in the movie Wonderland.

In 2005 she guest starred on Cold Case and Medium. In 2006 she starred in two episodes of ER: "Bloodline" and "21 Guns". From 2005 to 2007 she had a recurring role on the TV show The 4400 as April Skouris, the sister of NTAC agent Diana Skouris. In 2008 she guest starred on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and House M.D.

Personal life[edit]

Gregson Wagner had a seven-year relationship with Josh Evans, son of Ali MacGraw and Robert Evans.[4] She was married to screenwriter D.V. DeVincentis from October 2003 to January 2008. [5]

On May 30, 2012, Gregson Wagner and Barry Watson had a daughter, Clover Clementyne Watson.[6]


Year Title Role Notes
1992 Fathers & Sons Lisa
1992 Dark Horse Martha
1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Cassandra
1994 Inside the Goldmine Waitress
1994 Molly & Gina Gina
1994 Dead Beat Kirsten
1994 S.F.W. Kristen
1995 Quiet Days in Hollywood Kathy
1995 Outpost, TheThe Outpost Wendy
1996 Method, TheThe Method Kelly
1996 High School High Julie Rubels
1996 Dogtown Sara Ruth
1997 Lost Highway Sheila
1997 First Love, Last Rites Sissel
1997 Glam Vanessa Mason
1998 Another Day in Paradise Rosie
1998 Urban Legend Michelle Mancini
1999 Play It to the Bone Ringside Fan
1999 Two Girls and a Guy Lou
2000 Stranger Than Fiction Violet Madison
2000 High Fidelity Caroline Fortis
2001 Medicine Show, TheThe Medicine Show Lynn Piegi
2002 Gray in Between, TheThe Gray in Between Julie
2002 Vampires: Los Muertos Zoey
2003 Wishing Time Maggie Short film
2003 Wonderland Barbara Richardson
2003 Sol Goode Brenda
2004 How Did It Feel? Maggie
2010 Kiss and a Promise, AA Kiss and a Promise Samantha Beck
2011 Deep Blue Breath The Mother Short film
Year Title Role Notes
1993 Tainted Blood Lissa Drew TV movie
1993 Substitute, TheThe Substitute Jenny TV movie
1994 Birdland Angie Episode: "1.1"
1994 Dragstrip Girl Laura Bickford TV movie
1994 Shaggy Dog, TheThe Shaggy Dog Allison TV movie
1995 Crosstown Traffic TV movie
1995 Hart to Hart: Secrets of the Hart Tibby TV movie
1997 Player, TheThe Player TV movie
1998 Modern Vampires Nico TV movie
1998 Ally McBeal Hannah Puck Episode: "Story of Love"
1999 Chicago Hope Dr. Sally Gates Episode: "Curing Cancer"
1999 Hefner: Unauthorized Bobbie Arnstein TV movie
2001-2002 Pasadena Beth Greeley 13 episodes
2002 Zero Effect TV movie
2002 Night Visions Sydney Episode: "Switch"
2004 Angel in the Family Beth TV movie
2005 Medium Beverly Waller Episode: "Time Out of Mind"
2005 Cold Case Carmen Episode: "Committed"
2005-2006 4400, TheThe 4400 April Skouris 8 episodes
2006 Accidental Witness, TheThe Accidental Witness Christine Sternwald TV movie
2006 ER Mary Warner Episode: "21 Guns"
Episode: "Bloodline"
2007 4400, TheThe 4400 April Skouris Episode: "The Truth and Nothing But the Truth"
2007 State of Mind Sonoma Episode: "Snow Melts"
2008 Skip Tracer Dolly Colbert TV movie
2008 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Cody Cook Episode: "Grissom's Divine Comedy"
2008 House Sandra Episode: "Last Resort"
2010 Closer, TheThe Closer Cherie Walker Episode: "The Big Bang"


  1. ^ a b c d Jewel, Dan (1998-05-08). "Natalie's Girl". People 49 (17). 
  2. ^ "Natalie Wood Seeks Divorce". Waycross Journal-Herald. 1971-08-04. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  3. ^ a b Davis, Ivor (1998-06-10). "Natasha Wagner Capture the Limelight". Reading Eagle. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  4. ^ "In Step With Natasha Gregson Wagner". The Post and Courier. 1998-03-05. p. 18. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  5. ^ "Four Keeps". People magazine. October 27, 2003. 
  6. ^ "Natasha Gregson Wagner and Barry Watson Welcome Daughter Clover Clementyne". People. June 4, 2012. Retrieved June 4, 2012. 

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