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Natasha Elisabeth Beaumont[1] (born 21 June 1974) is a Malaysian-born British-Australian actress and model.

Natasha Beaumont
Natasha Elisabeth Beaumont

(1974-06-21) 21 June 1974 (age 45)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Beaumont was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. She grew up in Kuala Lumpur, attended boarding school in Sydney and moved at age 20 to attend Charles Sturt University in Bathurst, Australia. She initially studied set and costume design but changed to acting. Beaumont starred as Talia in Cartoon Network's My Spy Family – a former Russian spy who will now stop at nothing to help her children succeed. The show ended in 2010. She also played Rebecca Green in All Saints from 2001 until 2003[1] and her role as SJ Fletcher in EastEnders in 2006.[2]

She also played Tania in Rowan Woods' Little Fish, and had a role in a film called Dark Love Story. Aside from those she has also had guest roles in The Lost World and Farscape, and had a role in Australian police drama Water Rats.

Beaumont has also appeared in several stage productions including David Williamson's Amigos (costarring Gary McDonald) for the Sydney Theatre Company in 2004 and The Return at the Old Red Lion in London, 2005.

She also played 'Saz' in an episode of Peep Show entitled 'Jeremy's Broke' (series 5, episode 3).



Year Title Role Notes
2003 Ground Hero Bikini girl Short
2005 Little Fish Tania
2006 Darklovestory Sis
2010 Inception Bar Sub Con
2015 Ruben Guthrie Sheridan


Year Title Role Notes
2000 Farscape Jannix "Taking the Stone"
2000 Water Rats Emily Sadler "Remember This", "Vigilante"
2000 The Lost World Qinaq "The Prisoner"
2001-03 All Saints Rebecca Green Recurring role
2004 Small Claims Ginny TV film
2006 EastEnders SJ Fletcher Regular role
2008 Peep Show Saz "Jeremy's Broke"
2007-09 My Spy Family Talia Bannon Main role
2010 Tales of Tatonka (voice) TV series
2011 Crownies Elle Cavenagh "1.13"
2012 A Moody Christmas Oksana "Last Minute Airfare"
2014 The Moodys Oksana "Bridget's Surprise 40th"
2015 Hiding Rayburn "1.1", "1.8"


  1. ^ a b Beaumont, Natasha (11 July 2003). "Storm clouds over Summer Bay". The Guardian. London: Guardian Media Group. Retrieved 13 August 2010.
  2. ^ Green, Kris (18 April 2010). "Natasha Beaumont heads to 'EastEnders'". Digital Spy. London: Hachette Filipacchi UK. Retrieved 13 August 2010.

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