Diane Robin

Diane Robin

Although often cast as a New Yorker, Diane Robin was born in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles. Her training began in high school, with a scholarship to the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute, and she was the youngest person to have been accepted into the adult program.Diane got a manager who convinced her to sneak on to the Universal lot, and personally hand deliver her picture and resumé to a casting director. She did ,but was then thrown off the lot by a security guard. Telling the story of the fiasco to a complete stranger ,he replied "I'm an agent and don't have anyone like you." She signed with him the next day, and has gone on to appear in over 120 television and film productions. Diane has worked with Academy Award-winning actors including Holly Hunter, Robin Williams, and Jeff Bridges. Some of the legendary directors with whom she has worked include, Terry Gilliam , Peter Hyams,Chris Columbus , and Paul Verhoeven in Robocop, as Chandra in the infamous "bitches Leave " scene. She has guest starred on numerous TV shows including NCIS, Desperate Housewives, and MacGyver. She's also costarred in many Hallmark and Lifetime movies such as McBride, Mystery Woman and Annie's Point. She can be seen in Authors Anonymous with Kaley Cuoco, House of Deadly Secrets with Patty McCormack, and Lifetimes You Can't Take My Daughter with Lyndsy Fonseca. In the Indie Award-winning comedy Dating Daisy she plays one of her favorite roles, the pushy endearing mother Eleanor .She is very excited about her acclaimed comedy web series Strange Therapy, in which she stars , and wrote , on Amazon Prime. She recently completed costarring in the thriller Deadly Reunion, and has just been cast as of of the leads in The Sweepers. Always happy on a set, Diane got a license plate so there would be no ambiguity about who she is and what she loves to do. It simply reads CAST ME.
    Known for
    Acting
    Place of birth
    Los Angeles, California, USA
    Birthday
    7/23/1966
The Relic
The Relic
6
RoboCop
RoboCop
7.3
Crazylove
Crazylove
5.3
Crazy in Love
Crazy in Love
4.4
Murder on the 13th Floor
Murder on the 13th Floor
4.9
Wicked Ways
Wicked Ways
5.9
Authors Anonymous
Authors Anonymous
4.7
A Line in the Sand
A Line in the Sand
0
The Fisher King
The Fisher King
7.3
Dating Daisy
Dating Daisy
5.8
Whatever It Takes
Whatever It Takes
5
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
4.5
Annie's Point
Annie's Point
4.8
Playmaker
Playmaker
6.1
Santa, Jr.
Santa, Jr.
5.2
Holiday Breakup
Holiday Breakup
3.8
House of Deadly Secrets
House of Deadly Secrets
4.9
Night of the Running Man
Night of the Running Man
5.8
A Kiss on Candy Cane Lane
A Kiss on Candy Cane Lane
6.8
You Can't Take My Daughter
You Can't Take My Daughter
7.3
Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus
6.1
Sudden Death
Sudden Death
6
Deadly Mile High Club
Deadly Mile High Club
6.2
Head Office
Head Office
5.2
Grave Misconduct
Grave Misconduct
4.2
Spiral
Spiral
0
Adventures in Babysitting
Adventures in Babysitting
6.9
Boys on the Run
Boys on the Run
5.5
Grace of My Heart
Grace of My Heart
6.2
Heartbreak Hotel
Heartbreak Hotel
5.2
The Wrong Family
The Wrong Family
10
Mary Christmas
Mary Christmas
6
Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving Day
6
Retribution
Retribution
5.8
This Time
This Time
0
Murder Syndicate
Murder Syndicate
4.3
At Home with the Webbers
At Home with the Webbers
5
Crossroads
Crossroads
7.3
Santa with Muscles
Santa with Muscles
3.7
Free Lunch Express
Free Lunch Express
4
Revenge of the Nerds IV: Nerds In Love
Revenge of the Nerds IV: Nerds In Love
4.6
Deadly Due Date
Deadly Due Date
0
Fatal Fixer Upper
Fatal Fixer Upper
3
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