The following is a guest post from Natalie Wood, vice president coordinator at Entergy's River Bend Station. Natalie Wood As I prepared to take on my role as the president of the North American Young Generation in Nuclear, I spent a lot of time thinking about how to best align the organization to help advance the future of nuclear. Show More Summary
The effort to find the truth behind Natalie Wood‘s mysterious death has hit a roadblock yet again as key investigators suddenly got tight-lipped about the case, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.… READ ON
It’s been almost 35 years, but people are still consumed with information surrounding the drowning death of Natalie Wood. Now, for the first time in years, those who were on the boat that night are talking, and Natalie Wood’s daughter, Natasha Gregson, is speaking out in support of her step-father, Robert Wagner, who has been... Show More Summary
Dated April 12 and ending with the words 'I believe Natalie Wood was murdered.'
Natalie Wood was born in 1938, the daughter of Russian parents who had emigrated to San Francisco. The young star's film career started in 1945 when she appeared in Tomorrow Is Forever as Orson Welles' ward. She was one of the most talented film stars of her generation, nominated for three Oscars and propelled to stardom at the age of just seven. See more »
Natalie Wood has been dead for nearly 35 years, but her tragic drowning is still mired in mystery. And now, in a new interview with People, Wood’s daughter Natasha Gregson Wagner says she had a bad feeling the day her mom left for the ill-fated boating trip in November 1981 with her husband, Robert Wagner,... Show More Summary
Robert Wagner has opened up regarding his wife Natalie Wood's death from drowning.
Thirty-five years after the actress' shocking drowning death, ex-husband Robert Wagner is opening up about what it was like to raise children without her.
On November 29, 1981, actress Natalie Wood died in a tragic boating accident. She drowned off the coast of Catalina Island at the age of 43. At the time, Wood's daughter with Richard Gregson, Natasha Gregson Wagner, was just 11 years old. Show More Summary
Natasha Gregson Wagner certainly inherited her mom's penchant for acting. But it's also apparent that's not the only thing Natalie Wood passed along to her daughter.
Natasha Gregson Wagner recalls being 11 years old and sleeping over at a friend's house when the news broke: Her mom, actress Natalie Wood, had drowned off the coast of California. Gregson Wagner hasn't spoken publicly much about Wood's 1981 death, but in an interview with the New York Times...
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Heading to the Cannes market is Hidden In the Woods director Patricio Valladares’ latest, Downhill, which now has a stunning piece of sales art. Bryce Draper, Natalie Burn, Luke Massy, Ignacia Allamand and Ariel Levy star in the Chilean horror seeking distribution. Penned by Valladares and Barry Keating, “After his best friend dies in a […]
She lost her mother when she was 11 years old. Three decades later, Natasha Gregson Wagner has decided it’s time to talk about it.
The case of the death of Natalie Wood has recently been changed from accidental death to a once again open investigation, but still no concrete answers. Natalie Wood was last seen alive on board her boat, the Splendour, with her actor husband, Robert Wagner, and friend and actor Christopher Walken. Show More Summary
Police investigating Natalie Wood‘s death are reviewing RadarOnline.com’s exclusive video of the explosive confrontation between Robert Wagner and the screen siren’s sister Lana Wood! “I’m interested in seeing the video… READ ON
In an explosive public confrontation, actor Robert Wagner unwittingly revealed he murdered his movie-siren wife, Natalie Wood, 34 years ago, top experts who spoke to RadarOnline.com have sensationally claimed. The… READ ON
Christopher Walken is finally telling what he knows about the death of Natalie Wood — and sources say Robert Wagner could soon be facing a jury! A law enforcement insider… READ ON
Dear estates of dead celebrities, Please stop exploiting our beloved icons. From Diana Vreeland to Natalie Wood. It's disrespectful and unnecessary. Signed, Scared of zombie perfumes. Dear Frederic Malle, I don't blame you. I've seen the industry crap you've had to deal with, and I'd have sold to Lauder, too. Show More Summary