Facts about Dianna Fuemana, Jay Ryan’s Girlfriend, Net worth, Height, Age and Movies.
Facts about Dianna Fuemana
- At age 17, she got married, but also the name of her husband isn’t known. she has a son called Reid.
- Currently, she is in a relationship with her longtime partner Jay Ryan.
- At 2013, she welcomed a daughter named Eve from Jay.
Dianna Fuemana Wiki/Bio
The native of New Zealand Dianna Fuemana is a playwright, movie author, stage actress, and director. She’s well-known because of her partner Jay Ryan, who is also a TV personality, film, and stage actor from New Zealand.
Despite being born into the New Zealand Pacific theatre, she stepped forward and made a world with her one-woman show ‘Mapaki’ in 1999. Her drama was appreciated by critics who earned her nominations in the Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards’.
Dianna Fuemana Career
With the blasting start, she subsequently wrote plays such as ‘Jingle Bells’, ‘The Packer,’ ‘My Mom Dreaming,’ ‘Falemalama’ and ‘Birds.’ Later she turned to screenplay writing, and it has worked on a couple of television shows and movies.
In 2017, she turned into the writer, producer, director, and composer of her debut short film,’Sunday Fun Day.’ For the play ‘The Packer,’ she collaborated with her partner Ryan, and together they also wrote a few episodes of the TV series ‘Interrogation,’ where he had a guest role.
Dianna Fuemana Height
Dianna Fuemana weighs 70 kg and 154 lbs in-lbs. This gifted screenwriter is 180 cm or in feet, inches 5’11” tall. She looks impressive in curly black color hair and dazzling broad brown color eyes. Do you know Johnny Jett. She has a thick body with figure measurement, is 44 inches breast, 36 inches waist, and 42 inches hips approximately. Her bra size is 40B, and the shoe size is 6 (UK).
Dianna Fuemana Jay Ryan(Husband)
Who is Dianna dating now? well sources have it that she is currently in a relation with Jay Ryan who is also an actor. She became popular when people discovered she had a connection with Jay Ryan. We doubt if she got married to him.
Dianna Fuemana Age
She was born in 1984, though the exact month and day is yet to be known, if we get any valid information on it, we will surely update this post. Dianna Fuemana 36 years old in 2020.
Dianna Fuemana Net worth
You might be wondering her rich is Dianna Fuemana, well her acting career made her rich. According to the resources, Dianna Fuemana’s estimated net worth is $501K approximately.
Dianna Fuemana Education
In 1984, Dianna Fuemana was born in New Zealand to Canadian parents who had belonged to New Zealand before her birth. She attended Henderson High School for primary education. For further research, she was registered in the University of Auckland in where she earned her Master of salvation and Performing Arts level.
Dianna Fuemana Movies
She’s associated with theatre since her childhood days after she engaged in church plays was throw in the part of Satan. At age 14, she was exposed to soap operas like ‘The Young and Restless’ and ‘Dynasty.’ She’s an introvert. Hence she didn’t disclose any information about her parents and loved ones online.
In 1999, with her project titled ‘Mapaki,’ Dianna Fuemana entered the New Zealand theatre scene. The drama narrative was inspired by an actual incident concerning a Niuean woman who is”a victim of domestic violence and dream.” It had been her very first playwright in the New Zealand Pacific to unite the Niue and New Zealand ways of life in professional theatre.
She wrote and acted in the play and was nominated in the ‘Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards’ in the classes of ‘Outstanding New Writer’ and ‘Best U and best Lady of the Year.’
Dianna Fuemana Movie Career
The whole group of the drama went on to tour throughout the United States as well as held shows in Athens, Greece. Back in 2001, she had published her next play known as ‘Jingle Bells.’ She composed her third drama, ‘The Packer’, while studying at the University of Auckland.
It was not only performed in New Zealand, Australia, and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival but also had many revival productions.
At the theatre, she published her semi-autobiographical drama ‘Falemalama’, a dramatized presentation of a journey to get to New Zealand across the Pacific. She toured across North America, attended many prestigious festivals, and held writer residencies in the united states and Niue.
In 2012, she wrote a screenplay to tv shows such as ‘Interrogation’ and ‘Good Hands’ and worked on a feature film script for the Film Commission.