Diane is shooting a feature film set in the 1960s. More news to come!
Diane is now represented theatrically by Littman Talent Group.
Diane plays a social worker in this dramatic short film, a commentary on the treatment of African-Americans by the police.
As Dr. Wallace, Diane attempts to set a patient straight in the comedic short film Pharmacopeia.
Diane appears as Judge Bates in the pilot episode of legal drama For the People.
Diane does her best to keep the patients under control as a Russian clinic nurse throughout four episodes of General Hospital.
Diane is featured on a spot for Hulu Japan with her acting coach, Anthony Gilardi. The segment, dubbed over for Japanese audiences, shows the bridge between Los Angeles acting study and work experience.
Diane stars in Gone, a short film that tells the story of two missing children, a husband, and a mother who must find out where they've gone.
Diane voices the on-camera reporter in Descry, a short film about race relations, now under consideration for the 2017 Oscar nominations for Live Action Short Films!
Diane stars as Sharon in Love, Loss, and Superheroes—a woman dealing with the sudden death of her husband. She must console her teenage daughter as she mourns her father and their shared love of superheroes.
Diane plays the cheerful Aunt Rachel in Hott Line—a play about a young pregnant woman who starts a phone sex line to make ends meet.
Check out Diane in a funny new Public Service Announcement for Ad Council about texting and driving prevention.
Diane appears as Heidi Evans, marketing executive, in Season Two of HBO's Silicon Valley.