Díana Bermudez is a British actor of Indigenous American heritage who moved to London as a child from her native Colombia. Although a shy and academic child, Diana found herself drawn to performing arts and in her early teens enrolled into a weekend drama club which fueled her passion for acting. Continuing with drama throughout school, Diana studied Drama at Richmond Upon Thames college before a gap year took her touring Italy with an English theatre company. Diana was then enrolled into the prestigious Royal Central School of Speech and Drama with alumni such as Lawrence Olivier, Judi Dench, Vanessa Redgrave, Carrie Fisher, Riz Ahmed, Gael Garcia Bernal, Kit Harrington and Andrew Garfield. Post-graduation, Diana performed in 5*, sold-out, political play Valiant, which debuted at Edinburgh Fringe and detailed the untold and often hidden stories of women in war. Diana then went on to forge a career in TV with debut performances in guest lead roles for popular BBC dramas as well as playing Itchy Ramone in Karen Carpenter: Goodbye to Love (ITV). Most recently, Diana's work has brought her onto the big screen, filming opposite Natalie Portman in Xavier Dolan's upcoming feature The Death and Life of John F. Donovan and Oscar-winning Director, Danny Boyle's upcoming musical romantic-comedy Yesterday. Diana has just wrapped on Sylvester Stallone's Rambo 5: The Last Blood, playing Juanita and Mindy Kaling's Four Weddings and a Funeral remake on Hulu, closing out an exciting body of work due for release in 2019.