Before moving to Sydney Diana Holt spent 8 years on the Gold Coast where she began her artistic journey as a singer/actor/songwriter.
From 1998 Diana worked at Movieworld for 3 years as a performer impersonating Liza Minnelli and played several other roles. She also played the roles of Nancy in ‘Oliver’, Anita in ‘West Side Story’ and Sally Bowles in ‘Cabaret’ at the Gold Coast Arts Centre and was a member of the corporate Musical Theatre vocal group ‘Encore’.
She began recording her first solo album in 1999 titled ‘Unexpected Arrival’ from which the track ‘Love Calls’ was selected by ABC Radio and released on an album of Australian Regional Artists titled ‘Kingfisher Dreaming’ receiving National Airplay.
In 2001 Diana landed a role in Simon Gallaher’s production of The Pirates of Penzance which took her on an Australian tour finally landing her in Sydney.
In 2008/09 she completed a Brisbane & Adelaide tour with Simon Gallaher’s production of The Mikado starring David Collins (Umbilical Brothers), Colin Lane (Lano & Woodley), Julie Anthony and Graeme Issako (So You Think You Can Dance).
In 2008 Diana performed in the new Australian musical, Las Vegas Confidential The Musical at the State Theatre, Sydney.
Diana has performed with the New Theatre in Sydney playing the Earl of Richmond in the gender bended ‘Richard III’ and Beenina in the English Speaking World Premier ‘War’, a play by Lars Noren.
Diana has performed as a character voice artist for Cartoon Network peforming the roles of Bubbles from the ‘Power Puff Girls’, Cow from ‘Cow and Chicken’ and more recently Princess Morbucks for Cartoon Network’s international Stage Shows. She has also toured internationally with several children’s musical theatre shows and corporate events.
In 2009 Diana landed a role as an Avatar in the playstation game, ‘LA NOIR’. She has performed with Paul White for Australian Dance Theatre’s annual Ignition production and just released her second album, The Parlour The Lounge.