Jun 12, 2015
Vice.com has just published a lovely interview to Dianna today, which you can find below and under the cut, and if you want to see the bigger version of this new photo of Dianna, just click on the image or check our photo gallery!
Best known for her role as popular cheerleader, Quinn Fabray, in high school musical dramaGlee, Dianna Agron is by every account the all American girl next door. She has honey coloured hair, rosy cheeks, and a smile made out of sunshine. That she was cast as the dark and haunting Dahlia, raven haired and angst-ridden, in John Caird’s theatrical production ofMcQueen, is about as bewitching as the play itself, and yet it’s a role she pulls off seamlessly. Fictional in its telling, and fairytale-like in its blurring the boundaries of fantasy and reality, the play traverses through time and space, offering a patchwork of vignettes that depict the troubled designer’s life, from his days at Saville Row to an otherworldly meeting with the equally troubled Isabella Blow. With the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty show opening at the V&A earlier this year, it couldn’t have been a more perfect time for a play about the designer’s struggles as an artist. Then again, with a subject matter so controversial, it was never going to be easy, and true to form, the play has not been without its fair share of criticism, not that Dianna minds, though, especially when she has the support of the designer’s family without whom the play wouldn’t have been possible.
Jan 21, 2010
Dianna has done an interview with Interview Magazine and a new wonderful photoshoot has surfaced. In the interview she talks about ‘Glee’ and almost bailed her audition for the show. She’s so adorable, this girl. Here’s the interview:
She’s the most famous knocked-up former cheerleader and celibacy-club president on TV. But Dianna Agron—a.k.a. Quinn Fabray, Glee’s sometimes lovable, occasionally manipulative deposed queen bee—nearly bailed on her audition for the show. “I was so nervous,” Agron admits. With her all-American beauty, Agron certainly looked the part, but the producers wondered if she appeared too innocent. “They told me to come back with straight hair and to dress sexier,” she says. “Later that week, I started work.”
As the top-rated Glee wraps its first season, the 23-year-old Agron has already completed several films—including The Romantics, an indie flick starring Anna Paquin, Katie Holmes, and Candice Bergen; and Burlesque, a musical headlined by Cher and Christina Aguilera. Agron also writes screenplays; her first, the story of a 28-year-old man’s relationships with three women, is already in development. While Agron’s scripts aren’t purely autobiographical, her experiences growing up Eloise-style in a high-end hotel—in her case, a San Francisco Hyatt where her father worked as general manager—provided her with plenty of fodder. “I got to see many walks of life—politicians, athletes, Tony Robbins,” she explains. “It was the ultimate fishbowl.”