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Diane D’Aquila

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B: 1953 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa

A graduate of the National Theatre School in 1972, Diane D’Aquila began a long association with the Stratford Festival the following year. The 2003 TV movie, Elizabeth Rex was based on the Timothy Findlay play first launched at Stratford in 2000 where it was directed by Martha Henry. At Toronto’s Soulpepper she has appeared in Jitters, Blood Wedding, Leaving Home, Of the Fields, Lately and Happy Place. She is the recipient of Gemini and Actra Awards, the Jefferson Award and an Emery Battis Award.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Maria (TV-1977)

The Last Chase (1981)
Echoes in the Darkness (TV-1987)
A Winter Tan (1987)
The Ann Jillian Story (TV-1988)
Milk and Honey (1988)
Sorry, Wrong Number (TV-1989)

Married to It (1991)
Thick as Thieves (1991)
Last Wish (1992)
Quiet Killer (TV-1992)
Used People (1992)
Jane`s House (TV-1994)
The Forget-Me-Not Murders (TV-1994)
Mary Sullivan`s War (TV-1994)
A Family Divided (TV-1995)
The Possession of Michael D. (TV-1995)
Beyond the Call (TV-1996)
The Long Island Incident (TV-1998)
Family of Cops III (TV-1999)
Striking Poses (1999)

Elizabeth Rex (TV-2003)
Matters of Life and Dating (TV-2007)
Booky & the Secret Santa (TV-2007)
Caesar and Cleopatra (2009)

Good Neighbours (2010)
Take This Waltz (2011)

TV Series – Cast:
The Busy World of Richard Scarry (voice, 1993-1997)
Little Bear (voice 1995)
The Last Don (1997, mini-series)
72 Hours: True Crime (narrator , 2003-2005)

Alias Grace (2017, mini-series)

TV Series – Cast:
Hangin’ In (1983)
Alred Hitchcock Presents (1987)
98 (1988)
The Ray Bradbury Theatre (1988)

My Secret Identity (1990)
Street Legal (1990)
E.N.G. (1993)
Ultraforce (1995)
Franklin (voice, 1998)
Traders (1999)

This Is Wonderland (2005)

Saving Hope (2014)

Take This Waltz, movie, poster,
Poster for the 2011 movie, Take This Waltz. Copyright © 2011 Mongrel Media. Used with permission