Photos with Diana Kyle
Diana's first big-screen appearance was as "Rose" in the film "Over Breakfast", which was screened at the 2005 LA International Short Film Festival. She has been involved in every aspect of theater and performing for over 25 years. Has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Speech and Theatre, and moved to Los Angeles in 1998. From 1980 through 1992 in New York City, Diana studied at the well-known HB Studio with Elizabeth Dillon and at the Corner Loft with Jose Ferrer, Otto Preminger, and the late off-Broadway icon, Kevin O'Connor. Read more... throughout the north and Midwest. Diana has been seen on stage as Grace in "Bus Stop"; Mona Kent in "Dames at Sea", and Mame Dennis in "Mame", to name a few. While in Manhattan, she collaborated on "Babalu", a musical about the life of Lucille Ball (she played Lucy!) Diana is also an avid fan of Ed Wood, Jess Franco and cheesy horror films in general. During her college years in Richmond, Virginia, she starred in a low-budget horror flick, "It Came From the Sewer" and fell in love with the genre. She portrayed Brooklyn housewife "Kitty Litter," who was unceremoniously devoured by the monster 15 minutes into the film. A very proud moment for her it was indeed at the Edison Theatre in Richmond, Virginia, one Halloween, when "It Came From the Sewer" was shown on a double bill with the James Whale classic "The Bride of Frankenstein". Diana is general partner and co-producer for 3Runes Productions in Los Angeles, and has moved on to writing and directing independent horror films, as well as continuing her acting career.