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Natasha Fatale is the secondary antagonist of The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, the titular main character of Boris & Natasha (1992 film), and the tertiary antagonist of The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle (2000 film).

Natasha is voiced by the late June Foray, who also voiced Witch Hazel from Looney Tunes, Witch Hazel from Disney, Lucifer from Cinderella, Wheezy from Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Sour Kangaroo from Horton Hears A Who!, Ma Beagle and Magica De Spell from DuckTales. Natasha was portrayed by Sally Kellerman in 1992 film and by Rene Russo in the 2000 film.


A foreign spy and the partner of Boris Badenov. Both of the evil agents try to carry out the orders of their superior, Fearless Leader, which usually involves Rocky and Bullwinkle. At one time when Boris Badenov grives over the loss of the foreign spy, he calls on Lubek for assistance against Natasha O'Brien, another foreign spy who is a princess from another country, sent by King Carl.

Physical Appearance

Natasha appears as a very slim woman, wearing a purple dress that goes from the breasts to her knees. Wears black lipstick or sometimes red, and wears black high heels. Black hair brushed back while curly by her shoulders. In the animated cartoon, her skin is pale white while in the live-action film is light pink. She puts on mascara. In the cartoon, her eye color is black while the 3D animation is green.


Natasha sometimes have a temper against Boris and Fearless Leader when their plans fail. Her anger increases when trying to eliminate Rocky and Bullwinkle. There are some cases that Natasha shows her love affection towards Boris, which she calls him “dollink,” with her Russian accent.



  • She is around 5'7 and 123 lbs.
  • Natasha’s last name, “Fatale,” depicts from the term, “fatality,” which means “death.”
  • In the 3D animated short, Natasha was voiced by Lauri Fraser. June Foray voiced Rocky instead of reprising Natasha’s voice.