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Dr. Diane Howard

International Dialect/Dialogue Coach, Actor, Voice-over Artist, Movie Journalist

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Belton, TX, United States

Physical Attributes:

Age Range:

50-70

Ethnicities:

Caucasian

Attributes:

  • Female (gender),
  • 5' 8" (height),
  • 180 lbs (weight),
  • Average (build),
  • Blond Hair (hair),
  • Blue Eyes (eyes)

Skills:

Shakespearean/Classical Acting; Broad Range Acting Syles; Musical Theater; National and International Dialects; Voice-Over Animations, Narrations, Characters   

Career Highlights/Additional Info:

  • Dr. Howard was Miss Eugene, Oregon, and First Runner-Up to Miss Oregon. Since then she has earned a PhD in Performance Studies and has had over 40 years of experience in the following: movies, films, stage, television, radio, platform, e-technologies and more.
  • Diane Howard is currently a dialect/dialogue coach, voice-over artist, and actor for national/international movies and multi-media projects.
  • Dr. Diane Howard can produce a broad range of voice-over dialogue and dialects for redemptive, educational, historical films and more from her own studio.
  • Diane Howard is a film and movie actor with a broad range of experience with many styles. She is currently cast in the My Heart Dies With You Trilogy of movies as a loving, wise, Scottish aunt who as a pivotal character guides the stories of the movies in redemptive and healing directions for the leading character who has suffered great loss. See http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1189677/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1-
  • Dr. Diane Howard is a frontline journalist of depth and breadth, known for exclusive interviews with leading figures in artistic, redemptive media. She interviews on Red Carpets for leading redemptive movies and in exclusive one-on-one interviews. She also serves as talent and as a dialogue, dialect, voice-over coach. A former Professor of Performance, Media, and Film Studies with a Ph.D. in Performance Studies (College of Communication, University of Texas, Austin), she has been involved in multiple aspects of artistic, redemptive communication media, regionally to internationally. She is a published scholar, author. She has served most extensively in the film industry in the following roles: dialogue/dialect/acting coach, actor, voice-over artist, journalist, and consultant. In her university teaching work she has served in the following capacities: professor, producer, director, scholar, national/international presenter, writer, and adviser.