Natasha Radski has trained with the legendary acting coach Jack Waltzer, lifetime member of New York’s famous Actors Studio. She received a full-time acting training at Drama Studio London, and has completed a course at Russian State Institute of Performing Arts in St. Petersburg. Natasha has played lead roles in theatre productions including Antigone in the tragedy “Antigone” by Jean Anouilh, Yvonne in the farce “My Wife’s Dead Mother” by Georges Feydeau, Lidia Astafieva in “The House with a View” by Alexander Vampilov and has received excellent reviews in The Stage Magazine for her role of Lucile in “Love and the Piano” by Georges Feydeau. Natasha has got her first TV role in Sir David Croft’s sitcom “Here Comes the Queen”. She has worked with several renown directors such as BAFTA winner Nick Wood as a guest lead in “Citizen Khan” BBC series; she has worked opposite famous British comedian Jo Brand in “Damned” series, produced by Lionsgate and What Larks! Productions. Born in Russia and of Polish Russian Ukrainian descent, she speaks fluent English, Russian, Ukrainian and some Polish. Natasha currently resides in London, UK.