Successful on stage and screen, Natasha Lyonne continues to display her creative versatility and talent after more than two decades in the industry.
Lyonne will soon begin production on the independent feature film, "Playdate," co-starring Radha Mitchell and Ivan Sergei, and marking the directorial debut of actress and fashion designer, Tara Subkoff. Lyonne also recently wrapped production on a series of upcoming feature films. First, she stars opposite Kristen Wiig, Annette Bening and Matt Dillon in the independent dramedy, "Imogene," directed by Shari Springer-Berman and Robert Pulcini. Natasha then joins the all-star cast of "He's Way More Famous Than You," directed by Michael Urie. Additionally, Lyonne will soon be seen reuniting with the cast of the highly-anticipated new installment in the "American Pie" series, "American Reunion," which Universal will release in April 2012.
Natasha has most recently been seen in a pair of independent films on the festival circuit - the sci-fi drama "4:44 Last Day on Earth," written and directed by Abel Ferrara and starring Willem Dafoe, which premiered at the 2011 Venice Film Festival, and "Night Club," a comedy co-starring Mickey Rooney and Ernest Borgnine.
Lyonne is best known for her acclaimed performances in "Slums of Beverly Hills," the beloved comedy directed by Tamara Jenkins and co-starring Alan Arkin and Marisa Tomei, the coming-of age comedy, "But I'm a Cheerleader," with Clea Duvall, Woody Allen's all-star romantic musical comedy "Everyone Say I Love You," and the Holocaust drama, "The Grey Zone," directed by Tim Blake Nelson and co-starring David Arquette, Harvey Keitel, Mira Sorvino and Steve Buscemi. Among her other numerous film credits include roles in the recent independent horror comedy, "All About Evil," "Blade: Trinity," "Die, Mommie, Die!," "Party Monster," "Kate & Leopold," "American Pie," "America Pie 2" and "Detroit Rock City."