Dianne Weller

Teenager, Mature Adult, Young Adult, Adult

UK & Europe based, I am an actress, singer and voice over that can be seen and heard in Film, TV, Radio Drama, Commercials, Animations, Corporates, Documentaries, Narrations and Audiobooks.

In film I have played the lead in a long-short independent art film Algorithm by Belgian Director Fanny Zaman for Trope-Edition Flanders Image Productions. The short film Origin for techno group Sound of Stereo by Tom Willems, appeared in the Dutch film Ushi Must Marry by Paul Ruvens about TV character Ushi by Wendy Van Dijk, Miss Homeless Feature for Caviar Productions all for Caviar Productions. In 2014 I appeared in Follow a series of short films – segment Fledgling Directed by Leslie Verbeeck chosen for the Gent Film Festival. In Australia and UK I worked on Flirting by John Duigan for Kennedy Miller & Thicker than Water by Daneeta Loretta Jackson for London International Film school.

My work for TV includes Disney TV’s current production Find Me In Paris, The Missing season II & Casualty with BBC One TV and Water Rats for Southern Star Productions. And recently finished my full training as a Motion Capture Actress with Mocap Vaults and Centroid Studios London UK.

Recently I have featured in two Radio Drama series in the UK, Isaac Asimov’s I, Robot for BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour and Dan Dare for B7Media Productions that both have won Gold at the New York Radio Awards. Plus you can hear me in the recent Video Game release of Yggdrazil Co. Ltd’s Home Sweet Home as Jane and the recent Animation series the Fox as the Chicken coming to screens soon. Recently I just finished the Audiobook The Last McAdam by Holly Ford. I have voiced over 2000 videos and publicities for Thalys, Eurostar, Google’s Nest Protect, Sony, Mercedes, Senseo, Nokia, Toyota, Miele, Ikea, Shurgard, Base, Voo, Radison, Douwe Egberts, Barcardi Breezer, and for the Golden Lion award winner in Cannes with the campaign: “Reporters without Boarders”, and La Monnaie Opera House. I have in Animations I have voiced Sami, The Droogles, the Fox, & Tiger Tales amongst other animation series and audio books such as Ant Athletics. Dianne has various accents including Australian, New Zealand, Standard American, Southern American, Californian, New York, RP British, South Irish, Eastern European and French.

In the UK I appeared various theatre productions at the London Palladium, the Young Vic London, & Bath Theatre Royal.

In Belgium I’ve worked in the Contemporary Theatre and Art scene with Belgian/American Theatre maker Davis Freeman co-creating and performing in Assassins at Extremis Festival (Toulouse), Vooruit (Gent), Monty (Antwerp), Teatergarasejen & AvantGarden, Norway and Malta Festival (Poland). Worked with Fieldworks on their piece Borrowed Landscape which is touring europe currently. In the Two Perfect Most Perfect Things by Adrian Fisher in the Hermitage Hotel Monaco and with the American Theatre Group Nature Theater of Oklahoma in Episode 2: Life and Times at the Kaai Theater (Brussels), de Singel (Antwerp) and Vooruit (Gent). I directed my own theatre piece For Your Ears Only which Premiered at the Beursschouwburg Brussels, played in Kunstencentrum BUDA and Monty Antwerp.

For Contemporary Art projects, I performed in various films of Marie Jose Burki, recorded the voice for Ana Torfs for her piece Stain Manifesta Exhibition 2012 and Egle Budvytyte for her performance Choreography for the Running Male in the Sydney Bienniale Arts Festival 2014 and currently for Amy Balkins piece The Atmosphere: a Guide for the Artefact Festival 2016 in Leuven.

I also work as a professional singer for Classical & Music Theatre performances internationally. Along with my theatre work I conceived the musical comedy act the PushUps which performed, amongst other venues, at the Smartival Festival, Ancienne Belgique for the Humo TV awards in 2009 and then toured in France with Beverly Jo Scott. For further information about my other Artistic projects go to www.dianneweller.me.

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Languages:

English
French

Accents:

Australian
Mid-Atlantic
Standard US
British

Styles:

corporate
phone message
video games
documentary
animation