Natasha Gregson Wagner
Natasha Gregson Wagner
September 29, 1970
|Alma mater||Emerson College|
University of Southern California
(m. 2003; div. 2008)
|Relatives||Lana Wood (maternal aunt)|
Michael Craig (paternal uncle)
Jessica Gregson (paternal first cousin)
Gregson Wagner is the daughter of American actress Natalie Wood (1938–1981) and British producer Richard Gregson (born 1930). Her godmother was actress Ruth Gordon. Her parents separated when she was ten months old, and later divorced. Her mother remarried actor Robert Wagner in 1972, and together they had a daughter, Courtney Wagner (born 1974). Her aunt is Lana Wood.
On November 29, 1981, Natalie Wood drowned near Santa Catalina Island. After her mother's death, Gregson Wagner and her sister Courtney were raised in California by Wagner and his wife, actress Jill St. John.
Gregson Wagner attended Crossroads School in Santa Monica. She went on to Emerson College and later transferred to the University of Southern California. She left in 1992 to pursue an acting career.
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 step-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 2004, she had a role in the Hallmark movie, Angel in the Family playing the part of Beth.
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.
|1992||Fathers & Sons||Lisa|
|1992||Buffy the Vampire Slayer||Cassandra|
|1994||Molly & Gina||Gina|
|1995||Mind Ripper||Wendy Stockton|
|1996||High School High||Julie Rubels|
|1997||Quiet Days in Hollywood||Kathy|
|1997||Two Girls and a Guy||Lou|
|1997||First Love, Last Rites||Sissel|
|1997||Dogtown||Sara Ruth Van Horn|
|1998||Another Day in Paradise||Rosie|
|1998||Urban Legend||Michelle Mancini|
|2000||Stranger than Fiction||Violet Madison|
|2000||High Fidelity||Caroline Fortis|
|2001||The Medicine Show||Lynn Piegi|
|2002||Vampires: Los Muertos||Zoey|
|2002||The Gray in Between||Julie|
|2003||Wishing Time||Maggie||Short film|
|2004||How Did It Feel?||Maggie|
|2011||Deep Blue Breath||Mother||Short film|
|2012||A Kiss and a Promise||Samantha Beck|
|1993||Tainted Blood||Lissa Drew||TV film|
|1993||The Substitute||Jenny||TV film|
|1994||Dragstrip Girl||Laura Bickford||TV film|
|1994||The Shaggy Dog||Allison||TV film|
|1995||Hart to Hart: Secrets of the Hart||Tibby||TV film|
|1998||Ally McBeal||Hannah Puck||"Story of Love"|
|1999||Chicago Hope||Dr. Sally Gates||"Curing Cancer"|
|1999||Hefner: Unauthorized||Bobbie Arnstein||TV film|
|2001–02||Pasadena||Beth Greeley||Main role|
|2004||Angel in the Family||Beth||TV film|
|2005||Medium||Beverly Waller||"Time Out of Mind"|
|2005||Cold Case||Carmen (1954)||"Committed"|
|2005–07||The 4400||April Skouris||Recurring role|
|2006||The Accidental Witness||Christine Sternwald||TV film|
|2006||ER||Mary Warner||"Twenty-One Guns", "Bloodline"|
|2007||State of Mind||Sonoma||"Snow Melts"|
|2008||Skip Tracer||Dolly Colbert||TV film|
|2008||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Cody Cook||"Grissom's Divine Comedy"|
|2010||The Closer||Cherie Walker||"The Big Bang"|
|2017||Date My Dad||Stephanie's friend||episode "Moving On"|
- Rosman, Katherine. "A Mother's Death, a Daughter's Life: Remembering Natalie Wood". New York Times. Retrieved 25 April 2016.
- Jewel, Dan (1998-05-08). "Natalie's Girl". People. 49 (17).
- "Natalie Wood Seeks Divorce". Waycross Journal-Herald. 1971-08-04. Retrieved 17 November 2012.
- Davis, Ivor (1998-06-10). "Natasha Wagner Capture the Limelight". Reading Eagle. Retrieved 17 November 2012.
- Ebert, Roger (24 April 1998). "TWO GIRLS AND A GUY". RogerEbert.com. Chicago Sun-Times.
- "In Step With Natasha Gregson Wagner". The Post and Courier. 1998-03-05. p. 18. Retrieved 17 November 2012.
- "Four Keeps". People magazine. October 27, 2003.
- "Natasha Gregson Wagner and Barry Watson Welcome Daughter Clover Clementyne". People. June 4, 2012. Retrieved June 4, 2012.
- Dawn, Randee. "Today Parents". Robert Wagner opens up about Natalie Wood's death, his bond with daughter Natasha. Retrieved 25 April 2016.