Natasha Alam

“I’m Yvetta”. Those are the very first English words that Russian-American actress, Natasha Alam, says in the hit HBO series, “True Blood”. As the character Yvetta, Natasha Alam embraces the mystical world of sultry vampires, primitive werewolves, and discreet shapeshifters in the town of Bon Temp, a role that has elevated her career to an impressively higher state. Although Alam may play the seductive exotic dancer of Fangtasia on the vampire series, she is nothing but business when it comes to her other talented acting references such as NYPD Blue, Nip/Tuck, The Unit, and the ever popular CSI. But she didn’t start out as a serious actress. Before debuting in these well-known television series’, Natasha Alam spent a significant deal of her life as a professional model for International Model Management (IMM), in which she acted as a specialized jet-setter, travelling from London, Paris, Milan, and Rome, to model for global fashion labels, such as Versace, Gucci, Christian Dior, John Galiano, Trussardi, Vivienne Westwood, and Rocco Barrocco. After studying the “Lee Strasburg Acting Techniques” in London, England, Alam decided that it was time to make a risky, yet promising, career move, and relocated to Hollywood, California to audition for roles; a move that has proved beneficial to her lifestyle. Now although Alam is already engulfed in the Los Angeles scene, she adores the setting of San Francisco for its comfortable elegance, and enjoys visitng this favorite city of hers anytime her schedule allows her to. With her star on a constant rise, and a royal princess title to back her up, Natasha Alam is the new celebrity to be witnessed and admired

Where were you born ?
ashkent, Uzbekistan
How long in San francisco:
I visit every chance I get!
North Beach
Favorite Restaurant:
Enrico’s Sidewalk café. There is nothing better than enjoying live music with a tasty Italian meal!
Best Ethnic Food:
Tuk! Tuk! Thai in North Beach. Tom Kha soup is delicious!
Best Italian:
Once again Enrico’s. It is absolutely divine!
Best place for late night dining:
Best dessert:
Gelato Naia on Columbus Ave.
Best place for a romantic date:
Best Sunday brunch:
Mama’s on Washington Square. The only bad thing about this place is they don’t take reservations
Hautest Club/Lounge:
Ruby Skye
Best place for a power business meeting:
Velvet Room in the Clift Hotel
All-around favorite spot in San francisco:
Have to go with Enrico’s once again!
If you have out of town guests, which hotel would you recommend?
Clift Hotel
Favorite shopping venue/boutique:
Alla Prima Fine Lingerie
Best place to buy Jewelry/Watches:
Michael B. Jewelry
Best Spa:
Kabuki Springs and Spa
Favorite Charity Event:
WildAid Charity Gala
Favorite Cultural Event:
Art in the Alley
Favorite Cultural Institution:
St. Francis of Assisi church
Best Aspect of San francisco:
The diversity and eccentricity of everyday people in SF! People are totally comftorable being who they are and it is a refreshing change from the trendsetters of Los Angeles.
Best Steakhouse:
Joe DiMaggio’s Italian Chophouse. Love the old Hollywood feel of this place, feels like a spot where the likes of Frank Sinatra and the rat pack would come and dine. Great Ambiance!
Best Pizza:
Golden Boy Pizza
Best Lunch:
Anywhere in North Beach.
Best Gym/Athletic Facility:
San Francisco Bay Club
Best Massage:
The Mindful Body
Best Limousine/Driving Service:
San Francisco Limo
Best Museum/Exhibit:
Favorite historic/legendary place to see or explore:
Filburt steps and Coit Tower area-view from the Coit tower is stunning.
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