She’s starred in a number of TV movies and shows, including a long stint on the ABC Family hit, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.” The series, which debuted in July 2008 and ran for five seasons, afforded Bissett the luxury of traveling to Burbank, Calif. Like many other working moms, Bissett is not immune to the guilt that can come from being away from her children due to work. Bissett has authored two children’s books, “Tickle Monster” and “Boogie Monster,” as well as co-edited two additional titles, “Little Bits of Wisdom” and “Making Memories.” She’s currently working on her third title about a young girl and her adventures.And now that her son Mason and daughter Maya are in their teens, she’s also dipping her toes back into feature films for the big screen. Around age eight Natasha Zena was told it was a woman’s job to take care of the home and since then she has built a career out of telling women they can do whatever the hell they want.She has also been the spokesperson of the 1997 Lee National Denim Day with the Lee Company, a VF Company, A leader in quality apparel.
In 2008, she began a recurring role on the ABC Family TV series The Secret Life of the American Teenager.
She starred in the Lifetime Television original film The Other Woman, based on the novel by Joy Fielding and directed by Jason Priestley. Bissett's feature film debut was in 1991, in Oliver Stone's The Doors, as the girlfriend of Doors' guitarist Robby Krieger.
Her subsequent films include the coming-of-age comedy Book of Love and the psychological thriller Mikey.
The entire house will need to be rebuilt and Bissett is hoping to start the process later this year.
“It took a lot to get through the reality that it happened,” Bissett said, adding that she realizes she is fortunate and feels for those who are not in a position to readily recover.
Bissett remained with the series for five and a half seasons until halfway through the 1996–97 season when she suffered a real-life miscarriage.