The gallery has been updated with HD screencaps of Diora’s recent guest appearance on Psych. I really enjoyed her character Nicole and would love to see her do another guest appearance on the show in the future.
6×08 The Tao of Gus
Diora Baird’s Psych episode, titled “The Tao of Gus” (episode 6×08), will premiere on Wednesday (December 7) at 10/9C on the USA Network! Be sure to mark your calenders and tune in for our girl. Read on for the episode synopsis and check out a promo spot, which features Diora quite prominently. Looks like a very different kind of role for her – can’t wait to see it!
After a woman tells the SBPD she witnessed a murder happen in broad daylight, Shawn and Gus are the only ones who believe her and therefore protect her by hiding her at a remote commune called Box Canyon Ranch, a place whose inhabitants label themselves as progressive intellectuals.
Riikka and I would like to wish the lovely Miss Baird and all of you Happy Thanksgiving today. We hope you all have a wonderful day with your loved ones enjoying your time together and all the tasty goodies you all prepared.
The gallery has been updated with DVD screencaps, including special features, of Diora in Love Shack. Enjoy the new additions.
We’ve added some super fun new pieces created by Andre St. Amour to the gallery. Check them all out by clicking on the images below. You can view even more of Andre’s fantastic work here. Enjoy!
Below is a new short film featuring Diora which was directed by Nick Ebeling and was made entirely on vintage video gear from the 1970′s. Happy viewing!
Diora is featured in her friend Riki Lindhome’s the latest podcast Making It with Riki Lindhome in which they discuss auditions, longevity and the ups and downs of being a woman in Hollywood. You can listen here at Nerdist.com, here on iTunes or download the MP3 here on podtrac.com.
South of Heaven will be released on DVD on October 11, 2011 and can be pre-ordered through Synapse Films for $19.95. DVD features include: 3 audio commentary tracks featuring Director J.L. Vara, Star Shea Whigham and other cast/crew; critic commentary featuring Todd Brown (twitchfilm.com), Scott Weinberg (fearnet.com) and Devin Faraci (badassdigest.com); 3 short films Miserable Orphan, Azola Dkmuntch, and A Boy and His Fetus by Director J.L. Vara.
NOBODY IS HIS NAME.
REVENGE IS HIS GAME!
When Roy Coop finished his stint in the Navy, he only had two things on his mind: seeing his brother Dale, and writing the great American novel. What he gets, however, is the homecoming from Hell! A pair of violent vaudevillians (NAPOLEON DYNAMITEâ€™s Jon Gries, and Thomas Jay Ryan) mistake Roy for his brother, looking to collect on a debt he didnâ€™t know he owed. Eight fingers later, Roy is burnt to a crisp, forged by fire into a new man. Roy is dead. Nobody is born.
Now itâ€™s Nobodyâ€™s turn to have his wicked revenge, and to save his brother before itâ€™s too late. Wrapped in bandages and ready for blood, Nobody is determined to kill those that get in his way, even the murdering masochist named Mad Dog Mantee (Shea Whigham, MACHETE and HBOâ€™s BOARDWALK EMPIRE). Dodging bullets and dodging dames, Nobody meets the nasty neâ€™er-do-wells Lily (Diora Baird, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE: THE BEGINNING) and Veronica (Elina Lowensohn, SCHINDLERâ€™S LIST). In this wonderful neo-film-noir, violence and vengeance are sure to meet in a little town they callâ€¦ South of Heaven.