Name: Diora Baird
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Hazel
Measurements: 34″-25″-35″ (US)
Dress size: 2 US
Shoe size: 10.5 US
Diora Baird was born April 6, 1983 in Miami, Florida. Armed with a gorgeous smile, a stunning body and a great sense of humor, the American actress and Guess? model is a serious talent to watch out for!
Diora got into acting when her mother, a model herself, enrolled her daughter in an acting class to help her overcome introversion. Later, Baird became vice president of her schoolâ€™s Thespian Society. At the age of 17, she located to Los Angeles in hope of pursuing an acting career. To earn money while auditioning Diora worked at The Gap as well as a clown at childrenâ€™s parties, caterer, waitress and pre-school teacher until breaking into the modeling industry, most notably with Guess?. Her exposure increased considerably with an appearance on the cover of the August 2005 issue of Playboy magazine. She is signed to Elite Model Management in Miami.
In 2004, Baird began acting professionally with such roles as as a guest appearance on The Drew Carey Show and in the low-budget horror film Brain Blockers. Diora’s breakthrough appearance in a major film was in Wedding Crashers in 2005, which she followed up with roles in Accepted and Hot Tamale. In 2006, she appeared in four films, most notably a major role in the horror prequel Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning. Most recently Diora appeared in My Best Friend’s Girl (2008) and she also filmed a role for Star Trek (2009) but, unfortunately, her scene was cut out from the film. Next Diora will appear in Night of the Demons, Stan Helsing and Pornstar, among a number of other films.
Baird had featured photo spreads in several magazines including Playboy, FHM, Stuff, Maxim, Toro and Esquire. She lent her voice to the Scarface video game as one of Tony Montanaâ€™s possible girlfriends. Baird has also guest-starred in episodes of Two and a Half Men, Big Day, Shark and The Loop.
“I’m aware that people see me as a sex symbol, and it’s getting me attention. But I know I can act,” says Baird.