Diandra started taking piano lessons at her school in Richmond, British Columbia.
Diandra would like to thank the Almighty God for her family, the loyal group of professionals, her fans, and her friends that have supported her all throughout.
Diandra likes to encourage people to follow their dreams and be the best at what they do.
Diandra says that a lot of people will be able to relate to her after they listen to her album.
Diandra was fascinated with the process and the artistry of making records.
Diandra writes music and adds lyrics.
Diandra enjoys shopping, jogging, playing tennis, skiing, swimming, listening to her iPod, chatting and visiting friends.
Academically, Diandra is a member of The National Honor Society of Laurel Springs School.
Diandra has traveled to 32 different countries and has lived in 3 different states.
Diandra's favorite color is pink. Her favorite movie is The Illusionist, her favorite food is sushi, and her favorite song is "Feedback" by Janet Jackson.
Diandra's acting managers are Susan and Cami Curtis.
Diandra is represented by LA Models for modeling and by Coast to Coast for commercials and theatrical.
Diandra spent five summers in New York from 1997 to 2001, modeling with Wilhelmina and Product Models.
Diandra has an older brother named Colin.
Diandra's parents are Jim and Donna Newlin. Her father is a product manager for ChemTreat Inc., and her mother is a registered nurse and SAG actress.
Diandra has a Yorkshire Terrier named Maximillion.
Diandra was a supporting actress in the movie Loving Jezebel, by Universal Pictures at the age of eight
Diandra: I recorded my first original songs after moving to Los Angeles when I was 13 after being discovered at a local dance studio. I was asked to meet a top A & R executive at Capitol Records and sing for him.
Diandra: Music has always influenced every aspect of my life. I grew up in Richmond, Virginia and spent my early years dancing and singing the Barney song for anyone who would listen. Even when I started my modeling career at two years old I had to have the music playing to strike a pose. My parents would take me to a variety of concerts and Broadway Shows everywhere including New York City.