Proverbs 18:16: A man's gift makes room for him and brings him before great men
Diamond found her love for theatre at the ripe age of 6, when she got to star in Annie, as Annie. From that moment she knew that performing was not just a passion of hers, it was a necessity, and her whole family knew it too, being that she was always giving a full concert of show tunes around the house.
As a native New Yorker, Diamond has been exposed to the arts for her entire life and was born into a musically gifted family that instilled the love of music and singing into her life. Her grandmother trained her to "sing with feeling" and to always "go for the gusto" and never give anything less than her best performance, which is something that Diamond has carried with her for her entire life. After being enrolled in many acting classes and being in many productions as a child, Diamond has found that the stage has been the avenue for her to express herself and she has been extremely blessed with a strong support team that has continued to invest in her and push her towards greatness. Diamond has been singing for all of her life and continues to "go for the gusto"; her love for performing grows deeper daily.
Diamond is a proud graduate of Long Island University where she received her BFA in Acting with a concentration in Musical Theatre. At her school, she was faced with the challenge of going beyond her perceived limitations and kept striving for greatness and refused to settle for anything less than greatness. Her well rounded education has helped Diamond to develop a skill set and strong work ethic to pursue a career in acting with longevity.