Natasha Radski is a British multi-lingual actress.
As an actress Radski has been trained with Jack Waltzer in Paris and she has received a full-time acting education at Drama Studio London. She has attended Stage Speech courses at the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts in Saint Petersburg. She is also a qualified language specialist with 5 year degree in literature and linguistics from Kyiv National Linguistic University.
Radski has played lead roles in theatre productions including Antigone in the tragedy “Antigone” by Jean Anouilh, Yvonne in “My Wife’s Dead Mother” by Georges Feydeau, Lucile in “Love and the Piano” by Georges Feydeau, Lidia Astafieva in “The House with a View” by Alexander Vampilov. Radski has received excellent reviews in The Stage and in IndieLondon. She was quoted as “a very French Yvonne” in “My Wife’s Dead Mother” and “excellent as Lucile” in “Love and the Piano”.
Natasha Radski got her first TV role in David Croft’s sitcom “Here Comes the Queen”, 2008. She has played Mrs. Kominski”, a guest lead, in “Citizen Khan” BBC series, 2016, and has worked in a guest role of the warm Eastern-European character Daga opposite British comedian Jo Brand in “Damned” Channel 4 series, 2018, produced by Lionsgate and What Larks! Productions.
She has played the role of the Soviet News Reader in HBO / Sky Atlantic “ Chernobyl”, 2019, IMDb‘s highest-rated series ever, which has received 19 Emmy nominations, the third-highest total of any show.
In 2020 Natasha has appeared in the new BBC One / Netflix Series “Dracula” and the feature film “Cafe Mirage”.
Natasha has extensively worked for BBC4 Radio drama and she has voiced BAFTA multi-award-winning computer game “Half-Life 2” (Russian version).
Most recently Natasha has appeared in the British Indian feature film Little English.
Residing in London, Natasha is open to new interesting opportunities in other countries.
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