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February 8, 1983 |
West Milford, New Jersey, U.S.
Diana Falzone (born February 8, 1983) was a talk show host on Cosmolicious with Diana on Cosmo Radio and DeVore and Diana on Maxim Radio. She is a co-creator and writer of the webcomic Hot Mess. At the website Military.com she does a daily advice column called "My Wingman Diana."
Falzone has worked as a local network anchor for CW, a host correspondent for MTV and Fuse TV, a commentator for AMC, a host and producer for NYC-TV, and a guest host and correspondent for G4's Attack of the Show. She also hosts a weekly internet talk show Paltalk. Falzone starred in a Paltalk presidential viral video. Falzone is also Paltalk's spokesperson. Falzone was voted number five most popular Maxim.com model in 2007 as well as a Today's Girl for Maxim three times. Falzone is a frequent guest on Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, typically occupying the leg chair.
She has been a guest on several television and radio shows nationwide including The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet on Fox, The Sauce and The Weekly Riff on Fuse TV, The CW Morning Show and The Carlos Watson Show on The CW, Best Night Ever on VH1, The Candace Bushnell Show, The Wise Guys Show, Breuer Unleashed, The Jay Thomas Show, and the Opie and Anthony Show. Falzone was the host of Date Night with Diana on Fox News iMag.
Currently, she is a Fox News.com contributor and hosts "In the Zone," on Fox 411. She is a cast member for Season 3 of E!'s hit reality series, "Ice Loves Coco." And contributes to both Maxim Magazine and Maxim.com.
Falzone is represented by Parallel Entertainment.
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