Diane Lane, born January 22, 1965 in New York, is an American actress.

Diane Lane, born January 22, 1965 in New York, is an American actress.

Diane Lane is the daughter of Colleen Farrington (a nightclub singer and also a former Playboy model also known as Colleen Price) and Burton Eugene Lane, who was a taxi driver. The maternal grandmother of Diane Lane (Agnes Scott) was a Protestant pastor (Pentecostalism). Diane Lane was influenced by the staging of it during his sermons. Lane was raised by her father after her parents divorced when she was still very young.

Diane Lane began his professional artistic career at the age of 6 years in experimental theater La Mama Experimental Theatre in New York, where she participated in productions Medea and The Cherry Orchard. At 13, she played in her first film with actor Laurence Olivier in A Little Romance. At 14, she made ​​the cover of Time magazine.

She managed the transition from childhood career and his career as an adult. She participated and acclaimed films The Outsiders and Rumble Fish. The next two films which might have catapulted to celebrity status does not pierced at the box office (Streets of Fire and Cotton Club).

Only in 1989 it was hailed in the television series Lonesome Dove. In 1991, the actress co-starred alongside her then husband Christopher Lambert and Daniel Baldwin in the movie Face to Face (Knight Moves). She was nominated in 1999 for her role in A Walk on the Moon where she played with Viggo Mortensen.

In 2002, Diane Lane was nominated for an Oscar for best actress for her performance in the movie Unfaithful and was honored for this film by the National Society of Film Critics. She then took part in the movie Under the Tuscan Sun (2003), based on the book by Frances Mayes.

Diane Lane attended the rock star Jon Bon Jovi in the 80s and is married to actor Christopher Lambert in 1988 before divorcing in 1994. She gave this marriage a daughter named Eleanor Jasmine Lambert, born September 5, 1993.

Diane Lane is married to actor Josh Brolin August 14, 2004. On 20 December the same year, she called police after an altercation with him and one was arrested. Diane Lane did not bring a complaint and the spokesman of the couple spoke of a misunderstanding.


* 1979: I love you, I love you (A Little Romance) by George Roy Hill: Lauren King
* 1980: Cattle Annie and Little Britches, Lamont Johnson: Jenny
* 1980: Touched by Love Gus Trikon: Karen
* 1980: Great Performances (TV series, one episode, Summer) of Dezsö Magyar: Charity Royall
* 1981: Child Bride of Short Creek (TV) by Robert Michael Lewis: Jessica Rae Jacob
* 1982: National Lampoon's Movie Madness by Bob Giraldi and Henry Jaglom: Liza
* 1982: Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains Lou Adler
* 1982: Six Pack Daniel Petrie: Breezy
* 1982: Miss All-American Beauty (TV) Gus Trikon Sally Butterfield
* 1983: Rusty James (Rumble Fish) by Francis Ford Coppola: Patty
* 1983: Outsiders (The Outsiders) by Francis Ford Coppola: Sherri Valance
* 1984: The Streets of Fire (Streets of Fire) by Walter Hill: Ellen Aim
* 1984: Cotton Club (The Cotton Club) by Francis Ford Coppola: Vera Cicero
* 1987: Lady Beware, Karen Arthur: Katya Yamo
* 1987: Wins (The Big Town) by Ben Bolt and Harold Becker: Lorry Dane
* 1988: Love Dream by Charles Finch: China
* 1989: Lonesome Dove (miniseries) by Simon Wincer: Lorena Wood
* 1990: Vital Signs by Nicholas Silver: Gina Wyler
* 1990: Jeremy Kagan Descending Angel (TV): Irina STROYER
* 1992: My New Gun Stacy Cochran: Debbie Bender
* 1992: Chaplin Richard Attenborough: Paulette Goddard
* 1992: Face to Face (Knight Moves) by Carl Schenkel: Kathy Sheppard
* 1992: Rakuyô Rou Tomono: Cho Renko
* 1993: Indian Summer by Mike Binder: Beth Warden / Clair Everett (flashback)
* 1993: Fallen Angels (TV series, episode 1): Bernette Stone
* 1994: Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All (TV), Ken Cameron: Lucy Marsden Honicut
* 1995: Wild Bill, Walter Hill: Susannah Moore
* 1995: A Streetcar Named Desire by Glenn Jordan (TV): Stella
* 1995: Danny Cannon Judge Dredd: Judge Hershey
* 1996: Mad Dogs (Mad Dogs Time) Larry Bishop: Grace Everly
* 1996: Jack Francis Ford Coppola: Karen Powell
* 1997: The Only Thrill Peter Masterson: Katherine Fitzsimmons
* 1997: Murder in the White House (Murder at 1600) by Dwight H. Little: Agent Nina Chance
* 1998: Jeff Celentano Gunshy: Melissa
* 1998: Grace & Glorie (TV) by Arthur Allan Seidelman: Gloria
* 1999: The Choice of a Lifetime (A Walk on the Moon) by Tony Goldwyn: Pearl Kantrowitz
* 2000: The Perfect Storm (The Perfect Storm) by Wolfgang Petersen Christina Cotter
* 2000: The Virginian (TV) Bill Pullman, Molly Stark
* 2000: My Dog Skip (My Dog Skip) Jay Russell: Ellen Morris
* 2001: The Glass House (The Glass House) by Daniel Sackheim: Erin Glass
* 2001: Brian Robbins Hardball: Elizabeth Wilkes
* 2002: Unfaithful (Unfaithful), Adrian Lyne: Connie Summer
* 2003: Under the Tuscan Sun (Under the Tuscan Sun) Audrey Wells: Frances
* 2005: Griffin Dunne's Fierce People: Liz Earl
* 2005: Must Love Dogs (Must Love Dogs) by Gary David Goldberg: Sarah Nolan
* 2006: Hollywoodland by Allen Coulter: Toni Mannix
* 2008: Jumper Doug Liman: Mary Rice
* 2008: Untraceable (Untraceable) by Gregory Hoblit: Jennifer Marsh
* 2008: Nights in Rodanthe (During a Hurricane) by George C. Wolfe: Adrianne Willis
* 2009: John Madden's Killshot: Carmen Colson
* 2010: Randall Wallace Secretariat Penny Chenery
* 2012: Superman: Man of Steel by Zack Snyder: Martha Kent
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