Natashi Yi is a model who was born in Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America on the 25th of March 1976. She came from a conservative Korean Family. They also lived in Denver and Connecticut.
Because of her exotic beauty, gorgeous body, and oozing appeal, Natasha Yi became an in-demand model. She did numerous commercials and advertising campaigns for various brands. Some of these are McDonald’s, Sony, Toyota, Pepsi, Nokia, Timberland, Marriott Hotels, Bud Light, SBC, Regis & Carlton Hair Salons, Axe, Nike, Best Buy, D&G, JCPenny, AT&T and Target.
She has been on different magazines cover as well such as FHM, Playboy, Men’s Fitness, The New York Post, Vanity Fair, A Curves, Import Tuner, Ironman, PAS, DSport, Oye, GQ, Esquire, Maxim, and Steppin’ Out. She proudly showed off her alluring beauty worldwide through those publications.
One year after she was featured in Playboy’s Natural Beauties, Natasha Yi was chosen as one of the Sexy Girls Next Door of the well-known magazine.
Apart from modeling and starring in video games, she is also an actress. She was part of the movies Cradle 2 the Grave, Rush Hour 2, The Rundown, Hell Ride, Speed Dating, and Thunder Over Reno. In The Scorpion King, she was a stunt double. She also became a showcase model on The Price Is Right and Primetime Million Dollars Specials. As a matter of fact, she was the first Asian American to have done that.
Natasha Yi was the host of Octane TV. She also had cameo roles for Rules of Engagement, The Jimmy Kimmel Show, and other television shows. She had her own comic series, Nat’s Adventures which is about her adventures and lifestyle as a model and actress.
She had also ventured into business. Because of her huge fan base worldwide, she was inspired to have her own line of merchandise which she sells in her website. Aside from that, she uses her website to interact with her fans on a regular basis despite her busy life.
Natasha Yi also co-produces TV programs for networks. She had developed a new internet television site as well with the intention of finding talented people and allowing these people to express what they want to without any censorship.