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Natasha Lyonne

Natasha Lyonne



United States

Age: 42

Known for

In Orange Is the New Black as Nicky Nicholsas Nicky Nichols

in Orange Is the New Black
In Russian Doll as Nadia Vulvokovas Nadia Vulvokov

in Russian Doll
In Pee-Wee's Playhouse as Opalas Opal

in Pee-Wee's Playhouse

TV Series Starring Natasha Lyonne

Russian DollRussian Doll
Netflix, 2019 | Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

A woman gets caught in a mysterious loop, repeatedly attending the same party and dying at the end of the night, only to awake the next day unharmed.


Orange Is the New BlackOrange Is the New Black
Netflix, 2013 | Comedy, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.1/5

Orange Is the New Black is the story of Piper Chapman, a woman in her thirties who is sentenced to fifteen months in prison after being convicted of a decade-old crime of transporting money for her drug-dealing girlfriend.


Pee-Wee's PlayhousePee-Wee's Playhouse
CBS, 1986 | Comedy, Children

This half-hour CBS-TV Saturday morning live-action "children's show" aired from 1986 until 1991 and was enormously popular with both children and adults. The program won six Emmy Awards and a host of other accolades during its first season. Incorporating clips from vintage cartoons and old educational films, newly produced 3-D animation, hand puppets, marionettes, and a cast of endearingly eccentric characters led by a gray-suited and red-bow-tied Pee-wee Herman (Paul Reubens), Pee-wee's Playhouse might best be described as a flamboyant take off on the genre of children's educational TV-a sort of Mr. Roger's Neighborhood meets MTV. The childlike Pee-wee each week welcomed viewers into his technicolor fantasy-land, and led them through a regimen of crafts and games, cartoon clips, "secret words," and "educational" adventures via his Magic Screen. Yet, in stark contrast to the high moral seriousness of its predecessors, Pee-wee's Playhouse was marked from its outset by a campy sensibility and frequent use of double entendre, allowing different types of viewers to enjoy the show in many different ways.