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Who Is Cheech Marin’s Wife Natasha Rubin? Explore Her Married Life & Net Worth

Natasha Rubin

Natasha Rubin, a Russian pianist, and Cinematographer rose to fame after her relationship with an American stand-up comedian and actor Cheech Marin. Natasha is currently the President of the Natasha Manufacturing Group and Founding father of the Marin Salon Sequence. She is also the winner of Drama Desk awards for being an outstanding featured actor in a musical by Billy Elliot in 2008.

Who Is Natasha Rubin? How Old Is She?

Natasha Rubin is a Russian-American musician and a professional pianist born on 1 July 1989 in Russia. She is currently 32-years old and celebrates on the 1st of July.

Her full name is Natasha Amani Rubin. Natasha loved playing piano at a very young age and attended a music class.

As per her educational background, Natasha Rubin attended Rimsky-Korsakov Music School for BA and graduated from the St. Petersburg State Conservatory.

She is pretty taller than her husband. Natasha’s husband, Cheech Marin, stands at the height of 5 feet 5 inches or 1.68 m tall.

Who Are Natasha Rubin’s Parents?

Like other celebrity wives, Natasha Rubin also wants to keep her personal information a secret and yet known in public.

The 32-years-old Cinematographer shifted to the United States of America with her parents when she was young.

However, she is Oscar Marin’s father-in-law, a policeman in the LAPD, and the mother-in-law of Elsa Marin, who is a secretary.

Who Is Natasha Rubin’s Husband?

Natasha Rubin’s husband named is Richard Anthony, popularly known as Cheech Marin, is an American stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and voice actor.

Her husband, Cheech, rose to fame as part of the comedy act Cheech & Chong during the 1970s and 1980s alongside his partner Tommy Chong on Nash Bridges.

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Cheech Marin’s popular films are Up In Smoke (1978), Tin Cup (1996), From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), and Born In East L.A (1987).

Cheech is also an award-winning actor who has won several awards and achievements such as Imagen Foundation Awards, Grammy Awards, and ALMA Awards.

When Did Natasha Rubin Get Married?

Natasha Rubin got married to her long-time boyfriend, Cheech Marin, on 8 August 2009 in a sunset ceremony at their home in Malibu in front of family and friends.

Celebrities like Carlos Mencia, Don Johnson, and Geraldo Rivera attend their wedding ceremony.

On the fact that Cheech Marin was Natasha’s first husband, although she was Cheech’s third wife. Although having almost 43-years-gap differences, they loved each other the most.

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Natasha and the award-winning actor Cheech Marin got engaged in the same year of February 2009.

The duo often uploaded their pictures on their social media platforms, while on 10 June 2021, Natasha’s husband uploaded a cartoonist picture made by artist Marcos Moreira.

Natasha Rubin and Cheech Marin are yet to become biological parents. However, she is the mother of three children named Joey Marin, Jasmine Marin, and Carmen Marin from her husband’s previous marriage.

What Is Natasha Rubin’s Net Worth?

Natasha Rubin’s net worth is under evaluation. Being the wife of an American comedian, actor, and writer, Cheech Marin, Natasha can bag a huge sum of money from him.

Her husband, Cheech, has a massive net worth of $30 million. Cheech Marin has a considerable fan base of 702k followers on his Instagram page.

Accordingly, Natasha is an independent woman and professionally a Russian pianist and Cinematographer.

According to, the average salary of a Cinematographer in the United States of America is up to $59,859 per year.

When Did Natasha Rubin Start Her Career?

Natasha Rubin started her career working in a Camera and Electrical department in 1997 for the film named Eat Your Heart Out.

She got her first opportunity to be a Cinematographer in the short video A Good Son in 1998.

Her Cinematography includes Running Still (1999) and First Out (2006).