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If someone had told college-aged Diana Wallace that she’d one day be working in reality television, he or she might have received a strange look, as her “claim to fame” amongst her peers was, at one point, that she DIDN’T watch reality television!


After graduating from the University of Alabama with degrees in English and French, Diana spent several years in New York, where she (and everyone else) cut her teeth in the Fashion industry. A fortuitous sequence of events soon took her to Los Angeles, however, and an accidental career in - and passion for - Casting was born.


In LA, Diana was fortunate enough to be taken under the wing of Randy Bernstein and Alexis Diamond of Casting Duo, where she had the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of everything surrounding casting, from the managerial side, to working on set, to talent producing. She spent time working as a casting coordinator, casting manager, talent wrangler, and associate casting producer for shows such as NBC’s Hollywood Game Night, Oxygen’s The Face, Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen, and NBC’s The Biggest Loser before eventually settling into her role as casting producer/director.


Diana’s extensive knowledge of all aspects of the casting process have established her as a formidable “one woman show”, as well as a valuable team member. Her ability to conduct on-camera and Skype interviews, organize and manage casting calls and events, and, most importantly, to find the most unique and riveting personalities out there, is unmatched.


More so than television itself, Diana is passionate about people: their stories, their abilities, and the overarching qualities that make them unique. She loves scouring the globe for the next big “story” or talent, and has found an unexpected niche in the realm of unscripted television.


Now based out of her hometown, Nashville, Diana continues to work with networks, production companies, and casting teams nationwide. Her most recent projects include Bravo’s Below Deck and Below Deck: Mediterranean, USA’s Real Country, and NBC’s Making It. She was a featured panelist at the 2019 Nashville Film Festival, and has spent the last several years partnering with production companies nationwide to develop and cast shows for both major and cable networks.


Whether she is working independently, leading a project, or part of a large casting team, Diana stays true to her motto: “No job is too big or too small!”.


When she’s not in the office, Diana can most often be found road tripping across the country with her sidekick and casting assistant, Lila the Labrador.



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