Sex and the City "Natasha Naginsky" was not the most memorable of characters and funnily enough, that's exactly what producers wanted! "Natasha" was purposely always wearing white to accentuate her vanilla personality! 

"Natasha" first enters the series in 1999 when she becomes "Mr. Big's" second wife, much to "Carrie's" (Sarah Jessica Parker's) dismay. In one of actress Bridget Moynahan's most memorable scenes on the show, "Mr. Big" (Chris Noth) leaves "Carrie" heartbroken when he chooses "Natasha" over her. 

Sex and the City "Natasha"

Sex and the City "Natasha" wouldn't stay around for long, however. Not long after "Mr. Big" and "Natasha" marry, "Big" begins to have an affair with "Carrie". While we are secretly rooting for "Mr. Big" and "Carrie" to end up together, we can't help but feel for "Natasha", especially when she handles the cheating with such grace!

In her second most memorable scene, "Natasha", who is finally sporting some color, ultimately forgives "Carrie" telling her, "I'm sorry that we ever got married. I'm sorry that he cheated on me with you and I'm sorry I tried to ignore it for as long as I did." 

Bridget Moynahan Today

While actress and model Bridget Moynahan has more spice than "Natasha", she does share her Sex and the City character's grace. After Sex and the City, Briget has gone on to star in series and films including:

Bridget Moynahan also has a very interesting dating past. Past boyfriends include both producer and actor Scott Rosenberg and quarterback Tom Brady, with whom the actress shares a son!

The now 49-year-old has been happily married to her husband Andrew Frankel since 2015 and is anything but boring! We look forward to seeing more of Sex and the City's "Natasha" in the years to come!

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She's remembered for roles in 'Sex and the City' and 'The Hunger Games'

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Which 'Sex and the City' Character Quiz


Which 'Sex and the City' character provides the narration for each episode?