Dianna Agron Biography
Dianna Agron Biography – Dianna Elise Agron is an actress, singer, dancer, and director from the United States. She was born on April 30, 1986.
|Date of Birth
|April 30, 1986
|35 years (2021)
Agron made her cinematic debut in 2006, playing recurrent character Debbie Marshall on Heroes and having her first big part as Harper on the MTV series It’s a Mall World, after predominantly dancing and acting in local musical theatre productions in her teens.
On the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee, she played the abrasive but sympathetic head cheerleader Quinn Fabray in 2009. She earned a SAG Award for her participation in the series and was nominated for a Brit Award for Best International Breakthrough Act as part of the cast, among other awards.
Following the success of Glee, Agron moved into film, first starring as Sarah Hart in the hit YA adaptation I Am Number Four (2011), then moving on to films aiming at a wider audience, such as the 2013 mob comedy The Family and 2015’s Bare. She’s also directed a few short films and music videos, and began singing at the Café Carlyle in New York City in 2017, all while continuing to feature in films like Novitiate and Hollow in the Land in 2017 and Shiva Baby in 2020. She also starred in and directed a portion of the critically panned 2019 anthology feature film Berlin, I Love You. Agron is known for her husky lower register as a singer.
Dianna Agron Religion
Dianna Agron Religion – Agron is Jewish, and she has spoken about how her faith influences her work. She has done extensive charity work, particularly in support of LGBT rights and human rights, in addition to performing and directing.
Dianna Agron Background
Dianna Agron Background – Dianna Elise Agron was born in Savannah, Georgia, on April 30, 1986, and raised in San Antonio, Texas, and San Francisco, California. She is the younger sister of photographer Jason Agron and the daughter of Mary (née Barnes), a seamstress, and Ronald S. “Ron” Agron, a former general manager of Hyatt hotels.
Agron grew up in Texas from the age of two to nine, and began dancing at the age of three, studying jazz and ballet before moving on to hip-hop. She was a regular performer in local and school musical theatre performances, including a role in The Wizard of Oz as Dorothy Gale when she was eight years old.
Dianna Agron Education
Dianna Agron Education – She went to Hebrew school as a child and was schooled at a Jewish day school until she was in third grade. Agron attended the Lincoln School, Burlingame Intermediate School, and Burlingame High School in the Bay Area after his family moved there.
Dianna Agron Career
Dianna Agron Career – In 2005, Agron relocated to Los Angeles and attended a dance agency audition the same day. When she told the agency that she wanted to be in musicals, they signed her and sent her out for music video auditions.
She appeared on television shows such as Shark, Close to Home, Drake & Josh, CSI: NY, and Numbers from 2006 to 2008. Her first cinematic role was as a cheerleader in the 2006 remake film When a Stranger Calls, in which she was uncredited.
Quinn Fabray, a high school cheerleader, was Agron’s breakout role on the Fox musical comedy-drama series Glee in 2009.
In the third season of Glee, Agron sang her first solo performance since the first season, The Jackson 5’s “Never Can Say Goodbye.” The music, which had been leaked before to the broadcast, was well welcomed.
In 2018, Agron was cast as Laura Riding in the historical movie The Laureate. It covers the narrative of Riding’s life with Robert Graves and their lovers, and was completed filming in February 2020. Agron will also star with Dustin Hoffman and Candice Bergen in Mayim Bialik’s film As Sick as They Made Us.
Agron’s character Quinn Fabray on Glee has had several songs released as singles, accessible for digital download, and included on the show’s soundtrack albums. “I Say a Little Prayer” reached number 125 on the UK Singles Chart, and her cover of The Supremes’ “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” made it to number 166.
Dianna Agron Dating/Boyfriend
Dianna Agron Dating/Boyfriend – Despite her reputation for keeping her relationships quiet, Agron has been in a number of high-profile relationships. In July 2010, she began dating her I Am Number Four co-star, British actor Alex Pettyfer. Despite the fact that they started cohabiting in 2010, Pettyfer was reportedly bossy and neurotic throughout their relationship.
According to accounts, he threatened her over the phone and had a “heated fight” with Romanian actor Sebastian Stan, with whom Agron was close in early 2011, the couple had a terrible break-up in February 2011, the day after the film was released
She went to a hotel under a fictitious name so Pettyfer wouldn’t be able to find her, and Pettyfer was told not to go to any events where she would be present. Agron met actor Chris Evans at an Oscars party in early 2011, and the two were linked in April of that year; Evans’ brother Scott was apparently a fan of Agron from Glee and supported the couple’s notion.
She subsequently began dating Stan in June 2011; they broke up in December due to Agron’s inability to spend time with him due to her work on Glee, but reconnected in February 2012 and remained together later that year.
In July 2015, it was revealed that Agron was dating Mumford & Sons guitarist Winston Marshall, and the two were engaged in late 2015. On October 15, 2016, they married in Morocco, with Agron wearing a Valentino Fall 2016 off-the-runway gown that was dubbed one of the most costly celebrity wedding gowns ever.
Agron and Marshall kept their relationship a secret, even not talking about it on social media. Following their split, they began living separately in 2019 and divorced in August 2020.
Dianna Agron Net worth
Dianna Agron Net worth – Dianna Agron has a net worth of $4.5 million. Dianna Elise Agron (April 30, 1986) is an actress, singer, dancer, and director from the United States. Agron made her cinematic debut in 2006, playing recurrent character Debbie Marshall on Heroes and having her first big part as Harper on the MTV series It’s a Mall World, after predominantly dancing and acting in local musical theatre productions in her teens.