a bit about me:
DIANE ADAIR, born and raised in New England, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BFA in Communications from Chapman University in Orange, California, and, upon graduation, was accepted as a company member of South Coast Repertory Theatre. She has appeared on stage with June Lockhart in The William; co-starred opposite John Glover in The Traveler at The Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and was seen Off-Broadway at New York Theatre Workshop in Top Secret: Battle for the Pentagon Papers with Peter Strauss. A national tour was done of Top Secret starring John Heard, Susan Sullivan and Gregory Harrison. Diane also had the pleasure of touring as The Narrator in The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial with Ed Asner. She can be seen in an adaptation of Faulkner’s, Elly, produced by and starring James Franco. Her other film credits include the critically acclaimed UFOria with Harry Dean Stanton; and Winner of the New York International Film Festival’s Best Mockumentary, Instant Trauma. Numerous television guest star appearances include being the only woman ever to reject the Fonz on Happy Days, and a recurring alien on Babylon 5. Diane's voice has been heard on national commercials, promos, as a drive-time co-host, and on the Emmy Award winning mini-series The Wild West, with Jack Lemmon and Helen Hunt. Diane worked as a producer for National Public Radio affiliate KPCC in Pasadena, California; as a reporter/producer on the nationally syndicated public radio show Marketplace with David Brancaccio; and as writer/producer for LA Theatre Works’ The Play’s the Thing, a weekly two-hour public radio drama series. She was named a quarterfinalist in the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting and won the 2017 LAWEBFEST Outstanding Guest Actress in Comedy.