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Actress, Doom Patrol & Orange is the New Black
Diane Guerrero is a Series Regular on DC Universe/HBO Max’s series Doom Patrol. She plays “Crazy Jane”, the most powerful member of the show’s titular band of outcast superheroes. An unlikely and unstable hero, Crazy Jane suffers from the world’s most severe case of multiple personality disorder, and each of her 64 distinct personas comes with a different a superpower. Read More >
She is also known for her roles as “Sofia”, a series regular on the CBS comedy Superior Donuts, “Maritza Ramos” on the award winning, Emmy and Golden Globe nominated Netflix series Orange Is The New Black (for which she received three Screen Actors Guild awards) and as "Lina" in CW's break-out hit, Jane the Virgin.
Diane can currently be seen as a lead role opposite Liam Hemsworth and Emory Cohen in the feature film Killerman, written and directed by Malik Bader.
She is nominated for the 34th Imagen Awards, is the winner of the Lupe Ontiveros Indomitable Spirit Award by the National Hispanic Media Coalition and Variety had named her one of the top 10 Latina actresses to watch: Variety's Top Ten Latinas. Read Less ^
On Her Library Card
Open to Change
Exclusion is Not Feminism
Unity in the Divided Nation
"Diane was amazing! We had 600 people in the audience, high school students from the region, college students, people from Chicago! She talked and read from a presentation, but then sat down and had a conversation with the audience. Individuals, including a 14-year old Latina high school student, courageously acknowledged her pain, depression, anxiety, and the whole event became a counseling session. She addressed this collective and individual pain in very nurturing ways. The reception afterward was a lot of fun and our majors had the opportunity to talk to her one on one! Amazing event and thanks for all the work you did on our behalf!"
"The event was a major success and so fantastic Diane is fabulous and had so much soul and purpose in her talk and a lot of heart as well. I loved it and truly enjoyed it; I want to thank you so much for helping us in this process to have her conclude our Hispanic Heritage month events."
"It was a huge success. The students were star struck and very impressed with how relatable she was. There were some huge emotions in the room due to the elections, however she was able to break through and connect with the audience. Loved having her!"
"She was very impactful. Tears were shed. Many students were so thankful that we stepped out of our comfort zone and didn't just plan a party but planned an event with such purpose. She was amazing with the students - no one was left without a selfie or a chance to chat with her. She really took the time to chat with students who had been so moved by her. She is much much more than 'someone from OITNB and Jane the Virgin'!"
"It was wonderful. Diane delivered a heartfelt and important talk about her personal experience and immigration reform. As you probably know, she was extremely generous with her time. We had a long line, I’d estimate around 200, students who stayed for pictures and autographs. Diane insisted on meeting everyone and took all the pictures and signed all the autographs. Thank you for another wonderful event."
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