Dianna agron Life style biography and filmogrphy
Dianna Elise Agron, born on April 30, 1986, is an accomplished American actress and singer. Her journey in the entertainment industry began with dancing and roles in small-scale musical theater productions during her youth. In 2006, she made her screen debut, marking the start of her career. In 2007, Agron played the recurring character Debbie Marshall on the TV series “Heroes” and secured her first leading role.
Her breakthrough came in 2009 when she portrayed Quinn Fabray, the complex head cheerleader in the Fox musical comedy-drama series “Glee.” This role earned her a Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Award, and as part of the cast, she received a nomination for the Brit Award for Best International Breakthrough Act, among other recognitions.
Following her success on “Glee,” Agron expanded her career into the world of film. She started with the lead role in the popular young adult adaptation “I Am Number Four” (2011) as Sarah Hart. Subsequently, she took on diverse film projects to cater to wider audiences, including the 2013 mob-comedy “The Family” and “Bare” in 2015. In addition to her acting career, Agron has ventured into directing, having directed several short films and music
Dianna Elise Agron was born in Savannah, Georgia, on April 30, 1986, to parents Mary (née Barnes) and Ronald S. “Ron” Agron. Her father, of Jewish heritage, hailed from a Jewish family, while her mother converted to Judaism before their marriage. Dianna has a younger brother named Jason Agron, who is a photographer. She belongs to the Ashkenazi Jewish community, with Russian-Jewish roots. Her father’s family were Jewish immigrants from Novgorod-Seversky in Ukraine, and their original surname was Agronsky. Interestingly, she has distant relations to notable figures such as Gershon Agron and Martin Agronsky.
Dianna Agron’s upbringing involved living in various hotels due to her father’s career as a general manager of Hyatt hotels. She spent her formative years in San Antonio, Texas, and Burlingame, California. Despite the transient lifestyle, her mother ensured that Dianna and her brother did not consider it the norm. Music from the 1960s and 1970s was a constant presence in their home. She was sheltered, especially from contemporary films and television, as her mother preferred she watch classic musicals, considering them to possess a certain “loveliness.”
This early exposure to the enchanting world of Hollywood through classic films influenced Dianna’s decision to pursue acting. Her interest in storytelling stemmed from observing the diverse lives unfolding around her in the “fishbowl environment” of hotels.
Throughout her childhood, Dianna Agron lived in the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport for seven years, starting from the age of nine. She spent her early years in Texas, where she began dancing at the age of three, focusing on jazz, ballet, and later hip-hop dance. She often graced the stage in local and school musical theater productions, including a memorable portrayal of Dorothy Gale in “The Wizard of Oz” when she was just eight years old.
Growing up, she attended Hebrew school and a Jewish day school until the third grade. However, she faced harsh bullying for her Jewish faith while living in Texas and noted that her identity was largely shaped by her experiences of being ostracized. Her family later moved to California, where Dianna attended Lincoln Elementary School, Burlingame Intermediate School, and Burlingame High School in the Bay Area. She also attended religious school and had her bat mitzvah at Peninsula Temple Sholom, a Reform Judaism-practicing congregation. She found it easier to make friends in California compared to her experiences in Texas, though her middle school years were occasionally unpleasant, with instances of bullying, such as a boy following her around and making disparaging comments about her voice when it significantly deepened at the age of thirteen.
|English Title||Hindi Translation||IMDb Rating (as of my last knowledge cutoff date in September 2021)|
|1. I Am Number Four||मैं नंबर फॉर||6.1/10|
|2. The Family||परिवार||6.3/10|
|5. Hollow in the Land||भूमि में खोखला||5.6/10|
|6. Shiva Baby||शिवा बेबी||7.0/10|
|7. As They Made Us||जैसे वे हमें बनाया||Not available (as of September 2021)|
|8. Berlin, I Love You||बर्लिन, मैं तुमसे प्यार करता हूँ||4.3/10 (overall rating for the anthology film)|
|9. The Hunters||शिकारकर्ता||Not available (as of September 2021)|
|11. The Crash||टक्कर||Not available (as of September 2021)|
|12. A Fuchsia Elephant||गुलाबी हाथी||Not available (as of September 2021)|
|13. The Romantics||प्रेमकी||5.1/10|
|15. Malavita (The Family)||मालाविटा (परिवार)||6.3/10|
|16. A Conspiracy on Jekyll Island||जेकिल आइलैंड पर साजिश||Not available (as of September 2021)|
|17. Celebrities Anonymous||प्रसिद्ध अनाम||Not available (as of September 2021)|
|18. The Laureate||लौरिएट||Not available (as of September 2021)|
|20. Headlock||हेडलॉक||Not available (as of September 2021)|