Natasha Yi doesn’t claim any region. As a child, she lived in Boston, New York, Denver and a host of other cities. At 17, she moved away from home to Los Angeles to pursue a career in modeling and acting. She quickly became a fixture on the cover and pages of major publications worldwide, such as FHM, Maxim, Import Tuner and Playboy. She went on to be in Vanity Fair, GQ, Esquire, Men’s Fitness, Ironman, Yolk, PAS, DSport, and many more. She has worked on many popular ad campaigns like Sony, Pepsi, Marriott Hotels, Regis Hair.. to name a few. She has also appeared in movies, including Speed Dating, Hell Ride, Thunder Over Reno, The Run Down, and Rush Hour 2. She made television cameos for The Jimmy Kimmel Show, Rules of Engagement and other programs. Natasha was the host of Octane TV and was the first Asian showcase model on The Price Is Right. You may have also seen Natasha animated in video games like SRS and 187 Ride or Die and playing characters in music videos for Panic at the Disco, Janelle Monae, The Urgency and others.
Natasha never thought radio would be in her future, but after a couple of cameos in Dog House podcasts, JV, Elvis and the listeners wanted to hear more from her. Natasha will not only join The Dog House on air, she will use her marketing and social media expertise to Executive Produce the show. Natasha said, “We have big plans, including getting the show carried on other media outlets as well as in other markets.” Natasha and her production company co-owned with JV also just signed a major production deal with i-HeartMedia. They are currently developing television programming for networks. Stay tuned!