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Diane Stevenett

Diane Stevenett was born in 1954 in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. She is an actress and producer, known for Killpoint (1984), Lockdown (1990) and Low Blow (1986). She has been married to Frank Harris since 1980. See full bio »

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Killpoint Candy
Lockdown District Attorney Parker
Low Blow
Low Blow Diane
The Patriot
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 2011 Clownation (Short)
Clown (as Diana Leigh)
 1990 Lockdown
District Attorney Parker
 1986 The Patriot
 1986 Low Blow
 1984 The New Mike Hammer (TV Series)
- Sex Trap (1984) ... Shawna (as Diana Leigh)
 1984 Killpoint
Candy (as Diana Leigh)
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 1990 Lockdown (producer)
 1984 Killpoint (producer)
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 1989 Girl Talk (production manager)
 1984 Killpoint (production manager)
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 1989 Girl Talk
 1984 Killpoint (assistant director)
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 1987 Catch the Heat (sound: second unit, Los Angeles - as Diane Stevenett-Harris)
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 1984 Star Search (TV Series)
- Episode #2.12 (1984) ... Herself (as Diana Leigh)

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Alternate Names:

Diana Leigh | Diane Stevenett-Harris

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Sculptor and Lyric Coloratura Soprano, and sister of composer and musician Daryl Stevenett.

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