Dianna Agron made her television debut on the crime drama series ‘Close to Home’ in 2006. That year, Dianna starred in multiple other television series including ‘CSI: NY,’ ‘Drake & Josh,’ ‘Shark,’ and ‘Veronica Mars’ where she played the role of ‘Jenny Budosh,’ a recurring character in the series.
After appearing as an uncredited extra in the 2006 psychological horror-thriller film ‘When a Stranger Calls,’ Dianna made her official film debut in the Declan Mulvey-directed action-thriller film ‘T.K.O’ in 2007. where she played the role of ‘Dyanna.’ She went on to star in movies like ‘The Graduates’ (2008), ‘Dinner with Raphael’ (2009), and ‘A Fuchsia Elephant’ (2009).
In the year 2009, Dianna starred in the musical-comedy drama series, ‘Glee.’ She played the character of ‘Quinn Fabray’ for which she won ‘Gay People's Choice Award’ for ‘Best Ensemble TV Cast’ and ‘Screen Actors Guild Award’ for ‘Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.’ Dianna Agron reprised her role as ‘Quinn Fabray’ in the 2011 film adaption of ‘Glee’ titled ‘Glee: The 3D Concert Movie.’ The film received mixed reviews from critics but managed to do decent business at the box office and became the seventh highest-grossing music concert film of all time in the United States.
In 2012, Dianna Agron starred in the film ‘The Family’ (2013)’ directed by Luc Besson. While the film opened to negative reviews, the critics praised Dianna for her performance citing she brought 100% to her role. She continued to appear in films such as ‘Zipper’ (2015), ‘Bare’ (2015), ‘The Crash’ (2017), ‘Against the Clock’ (2019), and ‘Shiva Baby’ (2020).
Dianna Agron was last seen in the William Nunez-directed romance drama film ‘The Laureate’ where she played the role of ‘Laura Riding.’ She will be next seen in the upcoming drama film ‘As Sick as They Made Us’ directed by Mayim Bialik.
After making a deal under the FBI witness protection program to snitch on his old mafia associates, mobster Giovanni Manzoni is relocated to a quiet town of France with his wife Maggie, daughter Belle and son Warren. However, they do a poor job of masking their former "family" ways and draw the attention of vengeful mafia bosses.
This musical film revolves around a small-town girl, who leaves her job as a waitress and moves to Los Angeles to pursue an on-stage career as a singer and dancer.
John Smith is amongst the nine aliens, Garde, who escaped their planet after a ruthless attack from another alien race, Mogadorians. Now the nine, with their individual protector, lead a normal human life on earth. However Mogadorians are in pursuit of the Garde who can be killed only in a sequence. With the first three killed, it is now turn of John, who is number four.
A remake of a 1979 synonymous horror film, the movie begins with a sheriff entering a house where three children and their babysitter have been brutally murdered. The story then shifts to another town and another girl, who has come to babysit for a wealthy family. As her charges lie asleep, she starts receiving calls from a stranger, who remains quiet and then hangs up.
Seven friends reunite after six years for the wedding of Tom and Lila. The bridesmaid at the wedding is Laura, whom Tom used to date for a very long time. Laura is quite emotionally upset, but regardless, she tries to hide it, so that Tom and Lila can get married. However, she eventually has a change of plans.
Ralph and Vanellope discover a Wi-Fi router in their arcade, which leads them into a new adventure in the uncharted land of the internet.