Natasha Halevi is on the IMDb list of "TROMETTES! Sexiest Women in Troma Films" and is proud of her b-movie horror roots. In 2019 she won the Directors Prize for Overall Cinematic Achievement from FilmQuest that she shares with the 5 other female directors for their anthology “Fatale Collective: Bleed.” Also in 2019, she won the Audience Choice Award for her second horror short “Beauty Juice” from the Atlanta Horror Film Festival. In pre-pandemic 2020, her sci-fi micro-series “After Ray” premiered at the Philip K. Dick Film Festival In New York.
She was a featured guest at 2016 San Diego Comic Con, 2017 Dragoncon and 2016 Stan Lee's Comiccon comic-con for her role as Anaconda in "B.C. Butcher" and has sat on numerous panels for Women in Horror.
Natasha is the creator of the award-winning web series “Lunch Break Feminist Club” and continues to create as a member Fatale Collective, a group of emerging female horror directors. In 2019 she created and directed three projects on shoe-string budgets. This includes her short film “Beauty Juice” which screened at Atlanta Horror Film Festival, New York City Horror Film Festival and Night terrors Film Festival, her work in an anthology with Fatale Collective that premiered at FilmQuest (and was nominated for four awards) and screened twice at Fantastic Fest, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival and FrightFest- Glasgow. Both of her horror shorts were slated to screen at the 2020 Chattanooga Film Festival.
Natasha graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in Dramatic Arts. While at Davis she also was a whitewater rafting, sea kayaking and rock climbing guide and spent summers as a ranger and researcher in Yosemite. She also worked at a TV studio for all years of college working her way from camera operator to director and producer over her four years of college. After college she spent time in Boulder, Colorado rock climbing and working in sustainable design and architecture.