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better known as Natasha Lyonne, is an American actress.
She is best known for her roles as Nicky Nichols on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, for which she received a nomination for the 2014 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series, and Jessica in the American Pie film series.
Her other films include Everyone Says I Love You (1996), Slums of Beverly Hills (1998), and But I'm a Cheerleader (1999).
Then she and her parents moved to Israel, where Lyonne spent a year and a half.
During her stay in Israel, Lyonne participated in the production of the Israeli children's film April Fool, which began her interest in being an actress.
where Lyonne said she was a scholarship kid who took honors Talmud classes and read Aramaic. Lyonne grew up on the Upper East Side, where she felt she was an outcast.
At the age of six, she was cast as Opal on Pee-wee's Playhouse, followed by film appearances in Heartburn, A Man Called Sarge, and Dennis the Menace.
On working as a very young child actor, Lyonne said: "I didn’t have the best parents. Even if they were ready to have children, it is kind of a wacky idea to put your child in business at six years old." When she was 16, Woody Allen cast her in Everyone Says I Love You, which led to appearances in almost 30 films over the next 10 years, including starring roles in the independent films Slums of Beverly Hills and But I'm a Cheerleader.
In what is perhaps her most well known role, she appeared as Jessica in the American Pie film series.
When she was 18 years old, Lyonne used the paycheck from her work on the Woody Allen film Everyone Says I Love You to buy a small apartment near Gramercy Park.
Since then, Lyonne has worked steadily in the New York theatre scene, as well as in film and television.
Her newer film appearances include All About Evil, - Last Day on Earth, Girl Most Likely, Loitering with Intent, Sleeping with Other People, Hello My Name Is Doris, Addicted to Fresno, Horror, Yoga Hosers, Antibirth, The Intervention, and Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie.
In 2010, Lyonne received positive reviews for her performance in Kim Rosenstock's comedy, Tigers Be Still, at the Roundabout Theatre Company: "a thorough delight in the flat-out funniest role, the grief-crazed Grace, so deeply immersed in self-pity that she has cast aside any attempts at decorum".