As a child actress, young Natasha Lyonne (born Natasha Braunstein of New York City) got her feet wet portraying Meryl Streep's niece in Heartburn (1986) and adorable little Opal on TV's Pee Wee's Playhouse. It was a decade and a high-school diploma later that Woody Allen cast her in Everyone Says I Love You (1996). From that point on, Natasha found herself getting feisty, frisky, and nearly naked in such memorable indie-styled offerings as Modern Vampires (1998), the first two American Pie entries (1999, 2001), and Slums of Beverly Hills (1998). Audiences have yet to see Natasha's genuine article (she came close again when she played a hooker in 2002's Night at the Golden Eagle), though their taste for Sapphic sequences was sated a bit in But I'm a Cheerleader (1999), which found Natasha kissing co-star Clea Duvall. Off-screen, Natasha's life took a turn in the 2000s into substance abuse issues, hospitalization, and legal troubles, but she came back with a vengeance in the Netflix original series Orange is the New Black, playing a lusty lesbian inmate who dines on Yael Stone's succulent snatch, and gives Kimiko Glenn a chance to sample her sapphic delights! Welcome back Natasha! Now if we could just convince you to ditch your top and unleash your Lyonnes!
Yoga Hosers (2016) - as Tabitha
Girl Most Likely (2012) - as Allyson
Max and Grace (2005) - as Grace