Natasha Bianca Lyonne Braunstein
April 4, 1979
New York City, U.S.
|Partner||Fred Armisen (2014–2021)|
Natasha Bianca Lyonne Braunstein (// lee-OHN; born April 4, 1979) is an American actress, director, writer, and producer. She is known for playing Nicky Nichols on the Netflix comedy-drama series Orange Is the New Black (2013–2019), for which she received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress, and for her portrayal of Nadia Vulvokov on the Netflix series Russian Doll (2019–present), which she also co-created, executive produces, writes, and directs. For the latter, Lyonne has received nominations for three Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series. She currently stars as Charlie Cale in the Peacock mystery series Poker Face (2023-present).
Lyonne made her feature film debut in 1986 with a small, uncredited appearance in Heartburn. She gained prominence portraying Jessica in the American Pie film series (1999–2012). She has since starred in such films as Slums of Beverly Hills (1998), But I'm a Cheerleader (1999), Die, Mommie, Die! (2003), and Antibirth (2016). She is also known for her supporting roles in Dennis the Menace (1993), Everyone Says I Love You (1996), Kate & Leopold (2001), Party Monster (2003), Sleeping with Other People (2015), Honey Boy (2019), Ad Astra (2019), and The United States vs. Billie Holiday (2021). She voiced Merton in the animated film DC League of Super-Pets (2022).
Lyonne was born in New York City, the daughter of Ivette Buchinger and Aaron Braunstein, a boxing promoter, race car driver and radio host, Lyonne's parents were from Orthodox Jewish families, and she was raised Orthodox. Her mother was born in Paris, France, to Hungarian-Jewish parents who were Holocaust survivors. Lyonne has joked that her family consists of "my father's side, Flatbush, and my mother's side, Auschwitz." Her grandmother Ella came from a large family, but only she and her two sisters and two brothers survived, which Lyonne attributed to their blond hair and blue eyes. Lyonne's grandfather Morris Buchinger operated a watch company in Los Angeles. During the war, he hid in Budapest as a non-Jew working in a leather factory.
Lyonne lived the first eight years of her life in Great Neck, New York. She and her family emigrated to Israel, where she spent a year and a half. While in Israel, Lyonne participated in the 1989 Israeli children's film April Fool (Hebrew: אחד באפריל), which began her interest in acting. Her parents divorced, and Lyonne and her older brother, Adam, returned to America with their mother. After moving back to New York City, Lyonne attended the Ramaz School, a private Jewish school, where Lyonne said she was a scholarship kid who took honors Talmud classes and read Aramaic. She was expelled for selling marijuana at school. Lyonne grew up on the Upper East Side, where she felt she was an outcast. Her mother moved their family to Miami, where Lyonne attended Miami Country Day School. She did not graduate from high school, leaving before her senior year to attend a film program at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, which she attended for a short time, studying film and philosophy. Her high school graduation depended on completing her first year at Tisch, but she left the program because she could not pay the tuition.
Lyonne was estranged from her father, who was a Democratic candidate for New York City Council for the sixth District of Manhattan in 2013, and lived on the Upper West Side until his death in October 2014. She has said she is not close to her mother and has essentially lived independently of her family since age 16.
As a young child, Lyonne was signed by the Ford Modeling Agency. At age six, she was cast as Opal on Pee-wee's Playhouse, followed by film appearances in Heartburn, A Man Called Sarge, and Dennis the Menace. Of working as a very young child actor, Lyonne has said: "I didn't have the best parents. I don't think they are bad people. Even if they were ready to have children, it is kind of a wacky idea to put your child in business at six years old."
At age 16, Lyonne was cast in the Woody Allen-directed Everyone Says I Love You (1996). This led to appearances in a variety of films over the next 10 years, including starring roles in the independent features Slums of Beverly Hills (1998), for which she received two Teen Choice Award nominations, and But I'm a Cheerleader (1999). During this time, she appeared as Jessica in the highly successful teen comedy American Pie (1999), reprising the role in two of its sequels. Lyonne's other films during this period included Detroit Rock City, Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby (both 1999), Scary Movie 2, The Grey Zone, Kate & Leopold (all 2001), Party Monster (2003), and Blade: Trinity (2004). Her later film appearances include All About Evil (2010), 4:44 Last Day on Earth (2011), Girl Most Likely, Loitering with Intent, Sleeping with Other People, Hello, My Name Is Doris, Addicted to Fresno, #Horror, Yoga Hosers, Antibirth, The Intervention, Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie, and Honey Boy. She also made a cameo appearance as herself in the 2022 Netflix film Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.
In 2010, Lyonne received positive reviews for her performance in Kim Rosenstock's comedy Tigers Be Still at the Roundabout Theatre Company: "a thorough delight in the flat-out funniest role, the grief-crazed Grace, so deeply immersed in self-pity that she has cast aside any attempts at decorum".
In 2011, Lyonne starred opposite Ethan Hawke and Ann Dowd in New Group's production of Tommy Nohilly's Blood from a Stone. The next year, she participated in New Group's benefit performance of Women Behind Bars.
Of working in the theater, Lyonne has said, "There's something about theater that squashes the self-critical voices because you have to be in the moment. I'm glad that I didn't do this before I was ready before I was capable of showing up every day. That is not a skill set I had before".
From 2013 to 2019, she appeared as Nicky Nichols in the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black. The role was Lyonne's first television job as a series regular. She received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series in 2014, and was twice awarded the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, along with her co-stars.
In 2014, Lyonne was cast in Amy Poehler's comedy pilot Old Soul, directed by David Wain. In 2016, she began voicing the character Smoky Quartz on the Cartoon Network show Steven Universe. She has appeared as various characters on IFC's comedy series Portlandia. In 2018, she voiced the character Gaz Digzy on Adult Swim's comedy series Ballmastrz: 9009. She has voiced characters on The Simpsons and Netflix's Big Mouth.
Her performance in the 2019 Netflix series Russian Doll has been praised as "astonishing". Alan Sepinwall of Rolling Stone called it "brilliant". The series received 13 Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series, Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Lyonne's performance as Nadia Vulvokov, and Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series.
Directing and producing
In 2017, Lyonne was approached by Kenzo's creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon to direct the 5th installment in their short film series. For this, her directorial debut, she began writing a script with Maya Rudolph in mind to star. The surrealist short film was titled Cabiria, Charity, Charlotte and starred Rudolph, Fred Armisen, Greta Lee, Leslie Odom Jr. and Macaulay Culkin.
In September 2017, Lyonne's project Russian Doll was given an eight-episode straight-to-series order by Netflix. The comedy, co-created and executive produced by Lyonne, Amy Poehler, and Leslye Headland, premiered on February 1, 2019. Lyonne has multiple roles in the series. She is credited as the lead actress and is one of the series's executive producers with directorial and writing credits.
In 2018, Lyonne and Rudolph co-founded the production company Animal Pictures. Its first greenlit project was Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine, which Lyonne directed. The company also produces Russian Doll, Poker Face, Loot and the upcoming animated series The Hospital.
Lyonne directed an episode of Orange Is the New Black in its seventh and final season as well as an episode of Hulu's Shrill, titled "WAHAM", and an episode of High Fidelity, titled "Weird...But Warm."
When she was 18, Lyonne used the paycheck from her work on Everyone Says I Love You to buy a small apartment near Gramercy Park. During the early 2000s, she experienced legal problems and was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, and for incidents involving her neighbors. In 2005, she was evicted by her landlord, actor Michael Rapaport, following complaints by other tenants about her behavior.
In 2005, Lyonne was admitted (under a pseudonym) to Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan, suffering from hepatitis C, a heart infection, and a collapsed lung; she was also undergoing methadone treatment for heroin addiction. In January 2006, a warrant was issued for her arrest after she missed a court hearing relating to her prior legal problems. Her lawyer said an emergency had arisen but did not give details. Later that year, Lyonne was admitted to a drug and alcohol treatment center, and she appeared in court afterward. A judge entered a conditional discharge.
Lyonne underwent open-heart surgery in 2012 to correct heart valve damage caused by her endocarditis heart infection, which could have resulted in sudden death if untreated. She recovered from the surgery and discussed her past health problems on The Rosie Show in March 2012.
|1990||A Man Called Sarge||Arab Girl|
|1993||Dennis the Menace||Polly|
|1996||Everyone Says I Love You||Djuna "DJ" Berlin|
|1998||Slums of Beverly Hills||Vivian Abromowitz|
|1998||Krippendorf's Tribe||Shelly Krippendorf|
|1999||Detroit Rock City||Christine Sixteen|
|1999||Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby||Crystal "White Girl" Van Meuther||Also associate producer|
|1999||But I'm a Cheerleader||Megan Bloomfield|
|1999||The Auteur Theory||Rosemary Olson|
|2001||Fast Sofa||Tamara Jenson|
|2001||Scary Movie 2||Megan Voorhees|
|2001||American Pie 2||Jessica|
|2001||The Grey Zone||Rosa|
|2001||Kate & Leopold||Darci|
|2002||Comic Book Villains||Judy Link|
|2002||Zig Zag||Jenna the Working Girl|
|2002||Night at the Golden Eagle||Amber|
|2003||Die, Mommie, Die!||Edith Sussman|
|2005||Robots||Loretta Geargrinder (voice)|
|2005||My Suicidal Sweetheart||Grace|
|2008||Tricks of a Woman||Sally|
|2009||The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle||Tracy|
|2009||Running Away with Blackie||Motel Clerk||Short film|
|2009||Outrage: Born in Terror||Molly|
|2010||All About Evil||Deborah Tennis|
|2011||4:44 Last Day on Earth||Tina|
|2011||Night Club||Mrs. Keaton|
|2013||He's Way More Famous Than You||Herself|
|2013||Girl Most Likely||Allyson|
|2014||Loitering with Intent||Kaplan|
|2015||Addicted to Fresno||Martha Jackson|
|2015||Sleeping with Other People||Kara|
|2015||Hello, My Name Is Doris||Sally|
|2015||Bloomin Mud Shuffle||Jock|
|2016||Yoga Hosers||Tabitha Collette|
|2016||Darby Forever||The Baddest Girl||Short film|
|2016||Adam Green's Aladdin||Mom|
|2016||The Realest Real||Herself||Short film|
|2016||Jack Goes Home||Nancy|
|2017||Girlfriend's Day||Miss Taft|
|2017||Handsome||Det. Fleur Scozzari|
|2017||Cabiria, Charity, Chastity||Jules||Short film|
Also producer, writer, and director
|2018||A Futile and Stupid Gesture||Anne Beatts|
|2019||Honey Boy||Mrs. Lort|
|2019||Ad Astra||Tanya Pincus|
|2019||Uncut Gems||Boston Player Personnel (voice)|
|2020||Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics||Herself|
|2020||Irresistible||Tina De Tessant|
|2021||The United States vs. Billie Holiday||Tallulah Bankhead|
|2022||DC League of Super-Pets||Merton (voice)|
|2022||Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery||Herself||Cameo|
|1986||Pee-wee's Playhouse||Opal||6 episodes|
|2000||Will & Grace||Gillian||Episode: "Girl Trouble"|
|2000||If These Walls Could Talk 2||Jeanne||Television film|
|2001||Night Visions||Bethany Daniels||Episode: "If a Tree Falls"|
|2002||Grounded for Life||Gretchen||Episode: "Relax!"|
|2007||The Knights of Prosperity||Female Co-Star||Episode: "Operation: Rent Money"|
|2009||Loving Leah||Esther||Television film|
|2011||New Girl||Gretchen||Episode: "Wedding"|
|2011||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Gia Eskas||Episode: "Educated Guess"|
|2013||NTSF:SD:SUV::||Mrs. Barbato||Episode: "Comic Con-Air"|
|2013–2019||Orange Is the New Black||Nicky Nichols||Main role; 81 episodes|
Directed episode: "The Hidey Hole"
|2015||Comedy Bang! Bang!||Katie||Episode: "Dax Shepard Wears a Heather Grey Shirt and Black Blazer"|
|2015||Sanjay and Craig||Chido (voice)||Episode: "Bike-o Psycho/Boulder Rollers"|
|2015–2016||Inside Amy Schumer||Various||2 episodes|
|2016||The $100,000 Pyramid||Herself||Episode: "Natasha Lyonne vs. Terry Crews"|
|2016–2019||Steven Universe||Smoky Quartz (voice)||3 episodes|
|2016–2022||The Simpsons||Sophie Krustofsky (voice)||4 episodes|
|2018–2020||Ballmastrz: 9009||Gaz Digzy (voice)||Main role; 20 episodes|
|2018||Corporate||Gretchen||Episode: "Corporate Retreat"|
|2018||Animals.||VHS Copy of Can't Hardly Wait (voice)||Episode: "Stuff"|
|2018–2021||Big Mouth||Suzette; Nadia Vulvokov (voice)||6 episodes|
|2019–present||Russian Doll||Nadia Vulvokov||Main role; 15 episodes|
Also executive producer, writer, and director
|2019||Documentary Now!||Carla Meola||Episode: "Long Gone"|
|2019||An Emmy for Megan||Herself||Episode: "New Minimum Length"|
|2019||Explained||Narrator (voice)||Episode: "Pirates"|
|2019||Steven Universe Future||Smoky Quartz (voice)||Episode: "Guidance"|
|2019||Cake||Gretchen||Episode: "Cache Flow"|
|2019||John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch||Herself||Television special|
|2020||Shrill||None||Directed episode: "WAHAM"|
|2020||Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens||Woman in Hair Salon||Episode: "Not Today"|
Directed episode: "Paperwork"
|2020||High Fidelity||None||Directed episode: "Weird... But Warm"|
|2020||Crossing Swords||Norah (voice)||Episode: "Eat Plague Love"|
|2020||Bless the Harts||Debbie Donatello (voice)||Episode: "Violet's Secret"|
|2020||Sarah Cooper: Everything's Fine||None||Director|
|2021||Ten Year Old Tom||Irene (voice)||Episode: "The Principal is Banging My Mom/Elderly Gerbil"|
|2022||Saturday Night Live||Herself (host)||Episode: "Natasha Lyonne/Japanese Breakfast"|
|2022||The Simpsons||Sophie Krustofsky (voice)||Episode: "When Nelson Met Lisa"|
|2023||Poker Face||Charlie Cale||Main role|
Also executive producer
|2003||"Way Out West"||Verbena|
|2015||"Lampshades on Fire"||Modest Mouse|
Awards and nominations
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