Diana Elizabeth Torres is an award-winning
actress originally from Culiacán Sinaloa, in the north
of Mexico. A
recipient of the Celebrity Centre International Award for improving the arts in Latin
culture, Diana received her three year conservatory training in Mexico City at CasAzul.
She has collaborated with artistic visionary director
Masami Kawai in the film Dry Cleaner, and
Academy Award-winning cinematographer Wally
Pfister (whose credits include "Inception," "Batman:
The Dark Knight," and "Memento”). Additionally,
she has worked with The Bella Twins in the
promo How to Treat a Lady for NBC/Universal.
Diana can be seen in commercials such as
Got Milk? with Salma Hayek, 5 Hour Energy,
ADO Mobile and Chedraui, and is the face
of Always products for the Hispanic market.
Television credits include: Bienes Raíces (Channel
11 México), Femme Fatales (HBO/Cinemax) and
most recently she was a guest on the Jimmy
Kimmel Live! (ABC) show in a comedy skit about
the show Scandal.
Film credits include: Kada Kien su Karma (Universal Mexico), The Tequila Effect (Indie), Inherent Vice
(Warner Brothers) Private Number (Indie), and
East Side Sushi in a lead role.
Currently Diana Elizabeth Torres is focusing as well
in philanthropy and social work to help Mexican indigenous women. She believes they need support
as they are most prone to abuse due to illiteracy.
She intends to use the power of film to empower and bring attention to social causes.