Birth Name: Diane McBain
Birth: May 18, 1941
Biography and Career:
Diane McBain was born on May 18, 1941. She is an American actress.
Diane McBain studied at Glendale High School. While she was a student she was appearing in a Los Angeles plays. She moved to Hollywood at a young age and began her show business career as an adolescent model in print and television advertisements at that time. At the age of seventeen she started getting professional work and made her first appearance on televisio acting in two episodes of Maverick.
She received positive comments about her initial performances so the studio realized that McBain had the potential star under contract. She was given a prominent ingenue role in her first feature Ice Palace. It was a top-budget 143-minute gener
ational saga. The filmed-on-location Technicolor epic was released on January 2 1960. McBain's appearance and acting were generally favorable.
McBain was busy working with Warners in the 1960 and appeared on various television shows. She found herself back in the television series The Alaskans and then Bourbon Street Beat and after a few days in Sugarfoot television series as well. McBain had a good year in 1960. In addition to appearing in a top feature film and guest-starring in various television series she got work for two more theatrical features. Diane McBain's second and third features were released on September 20, 1961. The films were named Surfside 6's first season and Parrish which was released on May 4.
She also appeared in many other television shows in the 1960s like playing roles in Maverick, Burke's Law, Batman, and The Man from U.N.C.L.E. She also played roles in films like A Distant Trumpet.
She remained active through the 1990s and into the new millennium playing such character roles as a grandmother on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. McBain continued to make guest appearances in a number of television series.
Why do we like Diane McBain?
We like her because she is a talented actress.
Why is Diane McBain Famous?
She is famous for roles in various films and television series in the 1960s.
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