|Born||Natalie Lynn Gregory|
October 20, 1975
|Spouse(s)||Marc Mitchell (1997–present)|
Natalie Lynn Gregory (born October 20, 1975) is an American film and television actress.
She starred as Alice in the television film Alice in Wonderland (1985). Gregory is the youngest actress to have played the role in a television or sound-film production based on the novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll; Gregory's nearest rival is British actress Sarah Sutton who was 12 when she portrayed Alice in a 1974 BBC production. Her performance in the film earned her a nomination for Exceptional Young Actress Starring in a Television Special or Movie of the Week in the 1986 Young Artist Awards. Acting in the production with her in the role of her sister was her real-life sister Sharee Gregory, who is married to actor Michael Landon, Jr.
Gregory has had guest-starring roles in a number of television series including a two-part episode of the drama Highway to Heaven. She also starred in the Disney, animated film Oliver & Company (1988) as the speaking voice of Jenny Foxworth and appeared in other films.
She has also appeared as Annie at Cranium Command, an attraction at Epcot, a Walt Disney World Resort theme park. Prior to acting in movies and TV shows, she got her start appearing in commercials for certain products, such as Hamburger Helper, Care Bears, McDonalds, and Chips Ahoy.
|1983||Two Marriages||TV episode - "Relativity". (OAD: 08/24/1983)|
|Matt Houston||Jody Harrison||TV episode - "The Ghost of Carter Gault". (OAD: 10/28/1983)|
|1984||Trapper John, M.D.||TV episode - "Send in the Clowns". (OAD: 02/12/1984)|
|Cagney & Lacey||Carrie Mitchell||TV episode - "Child Witness". (OAD: 10/15/1984)|
|Magnum, P.I.||Elizabeth Bowman||TV episode - "Blind Justice". (OAD: 11/08/1984)|
|1985||Robert Kennedy & His Times||Courtney Kennedy||TV miniseries; appeared in parts 1 & 2 of 3-part miniseries, originally aired on CBS. Natalie played as the child version, while Betsy Baker played as the adult version in part 3. (OAD for parts 1 & 2: 01/27/1985 and 01/28/1985 respectively)|
|Highway to Heaven||Amy||TV episode - "A Child of God". (OAD: 02/06/1985)|
|Kids Don't Tell||Krista Mueller||TV movie, originally aired on CBS. (OAD: 03/05/1985)|
|Alice in Wonderland||Alice||TV miniseries, aired as a two-night event on CBS from December 9–10. Part 1 was Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, while part 2 was Alice Through the Looking Glass. A slightly re-edited version, with both parts treated as two completely separate stories, was released by Warner Home Video in 1996.|
|1986||Amazing Stories||Dorothy||TV episode - "Dorothy and Ben". (OAD: 03/02/1986)|
|Fathers and Sons||Rebecca||TV episode - "We'll Always Have the Mall". (OAD: 04/13/1986)|
|Spot Marks the X||Kathy||TV movie, Disney Channel original. Originally aired on October 18, 1986. Later aired on ABC on May 17, 1987 in a 2-hour format as part of The Disney Sunday Movie. Also aired in a 2-part format on that show, with part 1 airing on July 3, 1988, and part 2 airing the following Sunday.|
|Fresno||China Kensington||TV miniseries; 5-part miniseries, originally aired on CBS.|
|Mr. Belvedere||Cindy Douglas||TV episode - "The Spelling Bee". (OAD: 12/05/1986)|
|1987||The Wizard||Katie and Caroline (dual role)||TV episode - "Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves" . (OAD: 02/03/1987)|
|The New Mike Hammer||Jennifer Decker||TV episode - "A Blinding Fear". (OAD: 04/29/1987)|
|1988||Stranger on My Land||Gillian||TV movie, originally aired on ABC. (OAD: 01/17/1988)|
|Highway to Heaven||Jennifer Bradley||TV episodes - "A Dolphin Song for Lee": Parts 1 & 2. (OAD for parts 1 & 2: 03/16/1988 and 03/23/1988 respectively)|
|Oliver & Company||Jenny Foxworth||The 27th full-length animated film from The Walt Disney Company. Originally released in theaters on November 18, 1988, and again on March 29, 1996. Was not released on home video in the United States until 1996.|
|1989||Cranium Command||Annie||Former Epcot Center attraction at Walt Disney's World Resort theme park. Opened on October 19, 1989. Attraction closed on January 1, 2007.|
|Wait Until Spring, Bandini||Rose||Belgian film shot in English, released in Europe on December 6, 1989, and in the U.S. on June 29, 1990.|
|The Princess and the Dwarf||Unfinished TV Movie.|
|Dad's a Dog||Sarah Dryden||Unsold half-hour sitcom pilot, intended for ABC.|
|The Adventures of Peter Pan||Wendy Darling||English dub of Japanese Anime.|
|1990||Beanpole||Belinda||Unsold half-hour sitcom pilot, aired on ABC as a special. (OAD: 07/04/1990)|
- ^ "The Princess and the Dwarf". IMDb. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0363910/. Retrieved 22 November 2011.