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Mini Bio (1)

Diane Pershing was born in Queens, New York City, New York, USA. She is an actress and writer, known for Gotham Girls (2000), Justice League (2001) and Batman: Vengeance (2001).

Trade Mark (1)

Voice of Crystal Kane from "Centurions" (1986)

Personal Quotes (2)

[on being asked if she feels Poison Ivy's actions were justified or is just another green peace reject who gets off on crime] Ivy obviously is a bit off her rocker. When I first read the script for her debut episode Pretty Poison I think it was, I was not sure how to approach her. Was she simply a sultry woman who despised men or was she a genuine eco-b*tch with a vengeance for men who indulged in destroying what she loved? Truth is she was a little of both. I didn't realize just how human she was until about the fourth episode I did. By that time I had done some minor research into the fantasy book world of her....the comics and novels. Ivy was just a battered woman really. A man hurt her so she took it to the extreme. So to answer your question I think Ivy is a combo of both. A woman pushed to the brink by her love of the natural world and the injustice man does to it, and her hatred of men for what one did to her.
[on asked if she watched the 1997 Batman & Robin movie & how she felt about Uma Thurman's performance] I did manage to watch it with my husband when it came out on DVD. I have to admit, it was horrible. The neon lights were extreme and not at all like Gotham was designed in the animated version. Mr. Freeze was ridiculous. Utterly ridiculous. I don't know, I just didn't enjoy it. I didn't find the characters to be believable like I do on the animated show. I will give Uma credit for one thing-she looked like the only one having a good time. Other than that, I have nothing good to say about the film.

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