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NATALIE KOFFIN
Natalie Koffin
Rebecca De Mornay as Natalie Koffin.

Name:

Natalie Koffin.

Also Known As:

Mother.

Appears In:

Mother's Day (2011).

Status:

Alive.

Family:

Izaak Koffin (Son)
Addley Koffin (Son)
Lydia Koffin (Daughter)
Jonathan Koffin (Son)

Other Relationships:

None.

Portrayed By:

Rebecca De Mornay.

Natalie Koffin is the lead antagonist in Mother's Day (2011) along with her children, Izaak Koffin, Addley Koffin, Lydia Koffin and Jonathan Koffin.

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