NATASHA YI: the Actress – the Model – the Producer – the Entrepreneur – the Hostess
Natasha Yi’s brand continues to become more and more recognizable each day. Her goal is to always simply be better, not only with each project she undertakes, but as a person.
Natasha has appeared in many movies, including Speed Dating, Hell Ride, Thunder Over Reno, The Run Down, and Rush Hour 2. She made cameos for The Jimmy Kimmel Show, Rules of Engagement and other television programs. She was the host of Octane TV. You may have also seen Natasha playing characters in music videos for Panic at the Disco, Janelle Monae, The Urgency and others. Stay tuned for major announcements regarding movie and television roles!
She has been in several commercials and major ad campaigns for popular brands such as Nokia, Puma, Axe, Regis & Carlton Hair Salons, Nike, D&G, Pepsi, Marriott Hotels, Timberland, JCPenny, Close Up, AT&T, Target, Bud Light, Toyota, Sony, Best Buy, McDonald’s, SBC,and more. Natasha has also been animated in video games such as ‘SRS’ (Street Racing Syndicate) by Namco and ’187 Ride or Die’ by Ubisoft. Scarlet Angel is another video game in which she stars as a freelance mercenary fighting villains. Scarlet Angel, the feature film, is coming soon!
Natasha Yi also stars in her own comic series based on the lifestyle and adventures of being a model and actress called ‘Nat’s Adventures’. An animated series is in production.
Natasha was the first Asian model to grace the set of The Price Is Right and their Primetime Million Dollar Specials.
Natasha exploded into the modeling world and quickly became a fixture on the cover and pages of major publications worldwide, such as FHM, Maxim, Vanity Fair, GQ, Esquire, The New York Post, Playboy, Men’s Fitness, Ironman, A.Curves,Yolk, PAS, DSport, Import Tuner,Oye, … just to name a few. Her fan base worldwide has led her to develop her own line of merchandise. Natasha interacts with her fans on a regular basis through her highly successful fan website.
Natasha just started a new LLC. She is co-developing TV shows for networks. In addition, she has started a new internet television site with the intent of finding new talent and allowing them to express themselves without the censorship that regular television brings. Watch the pre-season shows at Yazook.com