|Born||Natasha Tonya Henstridge
August 15, 1974
Springdale, Newfoundland, Canada
|Spouse(s)||Damian Chapa (1995–1996)
Darius Campbell (2011–2013) 
|Partner(s)||Liam Waite (1996–2004)|
Natasha Tonya Henstridge (born August 15, 1974) is a Canadian actress and former fashion model. In 1995, she came to prominence with her debut movie role as the genetically engineered human-alien hybrid Sil in the science-fiction thriller Species, then the human-alien hybrid Eve in Species II and Species III. Other notable on-screen roles include The Whole Nine Yards, The Whole Ten Yards, It Had To Be You, Ghosts of Mars, She Spies, the TV series Eli Stone, and the Canadian TV mini-series Would Be Kings, for which she won the Gemini Award for best actress. Her most recent role is as Dawn Chamberlain in the TV series The Secret Circle.
Henstridge was born in Springdale, Newfoundland, the daughter of Helen Henstridge, a homemaker, and Brian Henstridge, a construction manager and business owner. Her maternal grandparents were from the Mi'kmaq Nation. She was raised in Fort McMurray, Alberta, with her younger brother, Shane.
At the age of 14, Henstridge entered the Casablanca Modeling Agency's Look of the Year contest and was chosen first runner-up. The following year, she went to Paris to pursue her modeling ambitions. At 15, she was featured on her first magazine cover, the French edition of Cosmopolitan. Several more magazine covers followed and Henstridge went on to do television commercials for products such as Olay, Old Spice, and Lady Stetson. Her modeling career established, Henstridge moved on to a career in movies.
In her 1995 film debut Species, Henstridge played Sil, a genetically engineered alien/human hybrid created from a message received by SETI, who breaks free from the captivity of a laboratory. Pursued by a team of experts who band together to stop her before she multiplies, Sil embarks on a killing spree while also discovering her powerful instinct to mate. Species was an instant hit, making US$113 million at the box office. Notable for its sexual content, the film won Henstridge the MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss for a scene in which her character, while kissing an aggressive would-be suitor, impales his head with her tongue. In 1998, she played Eve, a more ambiguous genetic duplicate of Sil, in Species II, which was a failure at the box office.
A few smaller independent movies followed, including Bela Donna and Dog Park, with varied box office returns. Henstridge starred opposite Jean-Claude Van Damme in the action/adventure movie Maximum Risk. She also starred in the 2000 film The Whole Nine Yards and its 2004 sequel The Whole Ten Yards. Despite having some reservations about the science fiction genre, she signed up for John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars (2001) in the lead role. The film was not well-received, with a 20% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. In 2004, she briefly appeared as Eve in Species III.
In 2007, Henstridge was a festival judge at the first annual Noor Iranian Film Festival.
Henstridge has played a number of roles on television, for example in Caracara and The Outer Limits. From 2005 to 2006, she had a recurring role on the ABC drama Commander in Chief, which starred Geena Davis as a fictional female U.S. president. She also hosted Mostly True Stories: Urban Legends Revealed on TLC, a show about urban legends. She guest-starred in the South Park first season episode "Tom's Rhinoplasty" as a substitute teacher, and was credited as "the chick from Species".
Henstridge was working on the TV show She Spies, prior to its cancellation. She has also completed a TV movie for the Lifetime channel titled Widow on the Hill. In 2006, she filmed the CTV original mini-series Would Be Kings in Hamilton, Ontario, for which she won a Gemini Award. She also starred in the expansion set to the video game Command and Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars, entitled Kane's Wrath.
In 2008, Henstridge played a role on the ABC show, Eli Stone. She has also been involved with two other productions, joining the cast of Dave Rodriguez's Anytown, an indie drama that examines a racist high school attack and its aftermath. She has also been involved with the production of Should've Been Romeo from American Independent Pictures.
In 2009, Henstridge did a guest spot on The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien. During this she demonstrated a Newfoundland custom called "Screeching In" which involved getting O'Brien to drink Newfoundland Screech rum and kiss a large fish.
Henstridge was married to actor Damian Chapa from 1995 to 1996. She has two sons by actor Liam Waite, who was her companion for several years: Tristan River, born October 1998, and Asher Sky, born September 2001.
Henstridge was in a relationship with Darius Campbell, a Scottish singer-songwriter, stage actor, and author, since 2004. They became engaged but broke it off in early 2010, to eventually be married on Valentine's Day, 2011. The couple filed for divorce in July 2013.
|1996||Adrenalin: Fear the Rush||Delon|
|1996||Maximum Risk||Alex Minetti|
|2000||It Had to Be You||Anna Penn|
|2000||Whole Nine Yards, TheThe Whole Nine Yards||Cynthia Tudeski|
|2000||Better Way to Die, AA Better Way to Die||Kelly|
|2000||Second Skin||Crystal Ball|
|2001||Ghosts of Mars||Lt. Melanie Ballard|
|2001||Kevin of the North||Bonnie Livengood|
|2004||Whole Ten Yards, TheThe Whole Ten Yards||Cynthia Ozeransky|
|2010||Let the Game Begin||Angela|
|2014||Against the Wild||Susan Wade|
|2014||Anatomy of Deception||Det. Alison Briggs||Completed|
|2014||Bronx Bull, TheThe Bronx Bull||Sally||Completed|
|2014||Nowhere Safe||Julie Johnson||Completed|
|2014||Badge of Honor||Rebecca Miles||Post-production|
|2014||Christmas Gamble, TheThe Christmas Gamble||Susan Wells||Post-production|
|1997||Outer Limits, TheThe Outer Limits||Emma||Episode: "Bits of Love"|
|1997||Homeboys in Outer Space||Zima||Episode: "Happy Happy, Droid Droid, or Amma Sees Red"|
|1998||South Park||Ms. Ellen (voice)||Episode: "Tom's Rhinoplasty"|
|1999||Last Witness, TheThe Last Witness||Rachel Sutherland||TV film|
|2000||Jason and the Argonauts||Hypsiplye||TV miniseries|
|2002||Power and Beauty||Judy Exner||TV film|
|2002-2004||She Spies||Cassie McBain||Main role (40 episodes)|
|2005||Widow on the Hill||Linda Dupree Cavanaugh||TV film|
|2005-2006||Commander in Chief||Jayne Murray||Regular role (16 episodes)|
|2007||Shark||Nicolette Ross||Episode: "Fall from Grace"|
|2008||Command & Conquer 3: Kane's Wrath||Alexa Kovacs (voice)||Video game|
|2008-2009||Eli Stone||Taylor Wethersby||Main role (26 episodes)|
|2009||Impact||Dr. Maddie Rhodes||TV miniseries|
|2009-2010||Time Jumper||Charity Vyle (voice)||Regular role (10 episodes)|
|2010||You Lucky Dog||Lisa Rayborn||TV film|
|2010||Devil's Teardrop, TheThe Devil's Teardrop||Margaret Lukas||TV film|
|2010||Drop Dead Diva||Claire Harrison||Episodes: "Bad Girls", "Freeze the Day"|
|2011||The Perfect Student||Nicole Johnson||TV film|
|2011||CSI: Miami||Agent Renee Locklear||Episodes: "Mayday", "Countermeasures"|
|2011-2012||Secret Circle, TheThe Secret Circle||Dawn Chamberlain||Regular role (21 episodes)|
|2012||Christmas Song, AA Christmas Song||Diana||TV film|
|2013||Cold Spring||Sara||TV film|
|2013||Sister's Nightmare, AA Sister's Nightmare||Cassidy Ryder||TV film|
|2014||Republic of Doyle||Inspector Valerie O'Brien||Episodes: "Expansion", "Buried"|
|2014||Selfie||Mrs. Saperstein||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2014||Hawaii Five-0||Caroline Porter||Season 5 Episode 2: "Ka Makuakane (Family Man)"|
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