How old is Diana Hopper? Wiki Bio

Diana Hopper was born in Memphis, Tennessee USA, on 25 February 1993 – her zodiac sign is Pisces, she holds American nationality, and her age is 27. She is an actress and a singer, perhaps best known for her portrayal of Zoe, one of the lead characters in the thriller movie “Hidden Truth” in 2016, which was directed by Steven R. Monroe and written by Dick Lowry. The film also starred Sarah Lind and Shawn Christian, and is about a woman trying to find out who murdered a teenage girl in a small Californian town, as her brother is the main suspect. It gained mixed reviews, and has a 5.3/10 score on the movie and TV series rating website IMDb.com.

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Early life and education

Diana was raised in Memphis as an only child by her mother who was working as a nurse at a local hospital, and her father who was a car mechanic, and who owned his own parts store. Diana became interested in acting when she was seven years old, and practiced her acting skills at a local theatre, while she made her debut stage appearance in 2004 at the age of 11 when she portrayed Gracie Shinn in “The Music Man”.

Diana became physically active while attending a local high school in Memphis, as she played soccer and volleyball, then upon matriculation in 2011, she moved to New York where she joined an acting program at the New York Film Academy. She didn’t attend college and isn’t planning on enrolling at one in the future.

Career as an actress

Diana made her debut film appearance in 2011, when she portrayed Alexis in the short movie “Two Weeks to Life”, directed and written by James Buchanan, and which starred Patrick Prentiss, Marcus Santi and Dorv Armour.

The story follows a man who has just found out that he has only two more weeks to live, but it failed to attract much attention.

Diana’s following role was in 2012 as Rapunzel, in the short romantic horror movie “In the Shadows”, written and directed by Rex Harsin. The film starred Julie Ann Doan, Amye Gousset and Chatt Graham, and  gained mixed reviews. In 2013, Diana portrayed Jordan in her first full-length adventure action movie “End of the World”, which starred Greg Grunberg and Neil Grayston and was about a group of people who have watched dozens of apocalyptic movies, and who now have to save Earth from an apocalyptic outcome.

The same year saw her appear as Sammy in the horror thriller fantasy film “The Wicked”, directed by Peter Winther and written by Michael Vickerman, which follows several teenagers trying to find an immortal witch – the movie received rather poor reviews. Diana went on to star as Sarah in the short comedy action film “Falls Cabin”, directed and written by Stacey A. Robinson, and she then made her debut TV series appearance portraying Young Leanne in the episode “Pay It Forward” of the mystery crime series “Criminal Minds”. Starring Matthew Gray Gubler and Kirsten Vangsness, it was a big hit in the US, and won 23 awards and was nominated for 35 others, including three Primetime Emmys. Diana also appeared as Debbie in the first episode of the second season of the comedy series “Stevie TV”, hosted by Stevie Ryan.

The year 2015 saw Diana portray Jasmine in the drama film “Love, Lust, & A Room Key”, which follows several people who find themselves at a weekend resort and who are all somehow romantically linked. Then she played Allie in the action adventure film “Earthfall” which mostly received poor reviews and which has 2.9/10 score on IMDb.com; Diana starred as Kenzie in the eponymous short horror thriller movie directed and written about Tyler Winther which follows a young girl Kenzie and her father when they are attacked at their home late at night.

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She then appeared as Jordan in the comedy action adventure film “Lavalantula”, which was about lava-breathing spiders which are attacking Los Angeles, followed by an uncredited appearance as Sarah in the horror thriller movie “Martyrs”, which won Lexi DiBenedetto a nomination for a Young Entertainer Award for Best Performance – DVD Film. The year 2016 saw her appear in several movies – two of her most notable performances were in the short comedy film “Punked” in which she portrayed Emily, and in the comedy series “Casual” in which she played Elle in the episode “The Magpie”.

In 2018, Diana appeared as Raine Bennett in the drama movie “Shooting in Vain”, while the following year saw her portray the Duke in the comedy horror film “Bit”, directed and written by Brad Michael Elmore, and which won Nicole Maines a Grand Jury Award for Outstanding Performance in a US Feature at the Los Angeles Outfest. Diana next portrayed the supporting character Denise McBride in 22 episodes of the drama series “Goliath”, which was a big success, and which won Billy Bob Thornton a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama.

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Diana has recently been cast to play Daisy in the upcoming drama movie “Under My Skin”, set for release in October 2020, while she will also be portraying Avery in the thriller movie “Aftermath”, to be released in December 2020.

Love life and boyfriend

Diana has only occasionally mentioned her boyfriend on the social media networks – it’s known that he is Alexander Andrew Russell, an Australian actor. They met in 2015 on the set of a TV series, and according to some of the people who were around when the two were introduced, it was love at first sight for Diana and Alexander. They have been together for nearly five years now, and a rumor has it that they became engaged sometime in 2019, but this hasn’t been confirmed.

Diana and Alexander are currently living together in Los Angeles.

Alexander was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on 11 December 1987 – his zodiac sign is Sagittarius and he holds Australian nationality. He is an actor who grew up in Rockhampton, Queensland, raised alongside his younger brother Dominic and sister Georgiana by their father Dr. Andrew Russell, and their mother Frances Russell who was a nurse. Alexander attended Rockhampton Grammar School before enrolling at the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Sydney, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theatre in 2009.

He made his debut film appearance in 2010, when he portrayed Zack in the thriller movie “Wasted on the Young”, while he is today perhaps best known for his roles in the war movie “Unbroken” in 2014, the crime thriller film “Goldstone” in 2016 and the crime series “S.W.A.T.” in which he has been portraying the lead character Jim Street since 2017.

Hobbies and other interests

Diana is a huge lover of animals – her favorites are kangaroos and cats, while she often uploads pictures of her pet cat and other animals onto her Instagram account. She is keen on travelling, and has been to several US states as well as to a couple of European countries such as England and France; Diana has been to Australia with her boyfriend Alexander on multiple occasions.

She usually spends her free time in nature, mostly in a park close to her home, where she usually reads a romantic book, often by the American novelist Nicholas Sparks. She likes flowers and is hoping to one day to establish her own garden.

Diana likes to watch movies late at night, and her favorite actor and actress are Richard Gere and Emma Watson, while some of her favorite movies are “Gone in 60 Seconds”, the franchise “Harry Potter” and “The Art of Getting By”.

Diana’s net worth and looks

Diana’s net worth is estimated at over $400,000 as of June 2020. Her hair color is blonde and her eyes are blue, while her height is 5ft 4ins (1.62m).

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