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Overview (3)

Born in Los Angeles, California, USA
Birth NameDiana Margaret Silvers
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Diana Silvers was born on November 3, 1997 in Los Angeles, California, USA as Diana Margaret Silvers. She is an actress, known for Glass (2019), Booksmart (2019) and Ma (2019).

Trivia (7)

She is of Romanian Jewish (father) and Swiss (mother) descent.
From late May 2019, at the time of the release in quick succession of Booksmart (2019) and Ma (2019), a significant number of Twitter users (apparently mostly, though not exclusively, queer women), declared Diana Silvers to be 'white boy of the month'.

'White boy of the month' is a twitter meme, usually referring to an upcoming actor who is deemed attractive and who gains a sudden surge of interest. Past examples have included Timothée Chalamet and Will Poulter. Silvers became aware of this and discussed it with amusement and pride in a 29 May 2019 Build Series NYC interview with Brittany Jones-Cooper, expressing hope that the fact would be recorded on her IMDB page.
She has a sister.
American model who has worked with the Wilhelmina and IMG modeling agencies. She has graced the pages of magazines like U.K. Elle, been photographed by famous photographers like Raul Romo and modeled for Brandy Melville USA.
She has more than 360,000 followers on Instagram.
She has cited Cara Delevingne as a fashion inspiration.
She grew up in the Los Angeles area of California.

Personal Quotes (54)

I never edited a photo of myself in my life. I don't have the energy.
I feel it's so rare that young females are portrayed as being anything more than a stereotype.
At the end of the day, people don't always remember what it is you said to them, but they remember how you made them feel.
Photography is very personal to me. God knows how many rolls of film I have that I've never shared.
You just got to be kind and stay true to yourself and follow what makes you happy inside.
I'm a Scorpio who gets ghosted by Aries.
I truly believe Lorde is the voice of our generation.
A lot of what I do outside acting is really just for me.
I'm not a cool girl. I wish I was.
When a relationship ends, all you can do is play in your head everything that happened between you.
When I played Hope in 'Booksmart,' I was like, 'I could see myself with a woman.' Because, literally, I was seeing myself with a woman.
Very good female characters, that's all we want. It's happening, slow and steady, which I love. Hopefully, it gets a little quicker. Fast and steady, how about that? Either way, we want more good females.
Really think about the way you interact with people, whether it's in person or on the Internet. You have to be very mindful.
I don't like excessive violence. That's my thing. I don't like movies heavy with guns, any of that stuff, so I'm not into that stuff, but I love a psychological thriller.
I know I wouldn't have made the callback for 'Ma' if my father's house had not burned down because I would have been in finals. My teachers would not have been chill with me leaving in the middle of my Medieval Magic final.
'The White Album' is so cool because it was around the time when the Beatles started to not like each other, so they would each go off and do their own thing. It's all over the place, but that's what makes the album so brilliant.
I was supposed to see Lorde on the 'Melodrama' Tour in New York with my best friend, but then I got a callback for 'Booksmart' in L.A. and couldn't make the concert. Thank God I got the part!
There are enough roles for everyone, and I truly believe that the roles that we end up doing are the exact ones that are right for us at that time as people and as actors.
When I step outside and think of the caliber of actors I've had the privilege of working with, it just blows my mind.
I'm drawn to interesting female characters and good storylines.
Be kind to each other. You never know who's going to become the CEO of what. You never know who is going to become Taylor Swift. You never know.
At the end of the day, I write characters that I want to play, because I just think, 'Hey, maybe one day it'll get made.'
You can still have a very strong sense of who you are and be successful in this industry.
Being 1 of 6 made me a weirdo in school. We were like the von Trapps, and our house was like the 'Hunger Games.' Anytime my mom would get a good, sugary cereal, I'd hide a bag from my three older brothers, who'd eat everything.
Carrie' - I love 'Carrie.
Contrary to popular belief, you don't make money as an actor in the beginning. Your publicist might cost $5000 a month, so you're losing money.
When I was growing up, I wanted to be a tennis player.
Obviously, modeling and acting are very different. With acting, there's just so much more to explore on an intellectual, emotional, and physical level, especially with 'Ma.'
Acting is kind of an escape. You get to live life as someone else, and when you're living this life as someone else, you don't really have time to think about your own life.
I'm like a 70-year-old man at heart.
I feel like I'm 85 inside.
My dad put me in a theater group camp at Santa Monica Playhouse when I was, like, six, and then I started to realize I really liked it when I was 11 or 12; it was nice to just escape.
The boy I was crazy about was super into photography, so I weaseled my way into AP Photo to impress him and spend more time with him. He never liked me back, but I ended up spending most my senior year in the darkroom - it became a sort of safe haven for me.
Like everyone in high school, like everyone in life, we all have this outer layer we put up to protect ourselves.
I was like, 'I'm going to win Wimbledon!' I was crazy competitive, leg-slapping, all of that. But when I was 12, I saw 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape,' and it just opened my eyes to what movies can do and how they change us, and I was like, 'This is what I want to do. This is what I have to do.'
Octavia Spencer is, I think, one of the coolest people you will ever meet.
I'm from Los Angeles. I grew up on the west side. I went to Pali High, Paul Revere, Country Canyon.
When something tragic happens, all we want to do is escape it. Acting has always been kind of a twisted way of escaping my own problems and my own reality.
I really want to do something that is very, very deep within realism, like a 'Winter's Bone,' or a 'Blue Valentine.'
I moved to New York when I was 17 for college.
Growing up, I was afraid of the dark.
I'm lucky I'm tall and skinny, and I got to model to put myself through college.
I just want to do roles that are going to change one person's life.
I got to work with Juliette Lewis in my fourth real movie, which was such a cool full-circle moment. Her character in 'Gilbert Grape' is why I wanted to become an actress.
I'm the fifth of six kids, and we're quite an eclectic family. People call us the 'Royal Tenenbaums,' because we're that kind of wonky.
I don't have to think much when I take a photo on my iPhone. I sort of see the iPhone medium as instant gratification, whereas with film, you have to think about it because it's expensive.
I never thought I was a fashionable person!
I think with anything career-related, there really is no rush.
I played tennis. My older brother, Joseph, was a cello player, and I played the cello, but he was better than me at the cello, and he was also a better tennis player than me, so I was always like, 'I wish there was something that only I did!'
I picked up photography in high school.
I would love to play roles that continue to challenge and push me in different directions - emotionally, mentally, and physically as well.
'Rear Window' isn't really a horror film, but it is a psychological drama, which I love. It is very tense.
I'm a dork!
'The Shining' is one of my favorite movies of all time.

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