|Born||Raquel Roxanne Diaz
November 17, 1983
|Other names||Lady of 106, Roczilla|
|Occupation||radio personality, television personality,|
Raquel Roxanne "Rocsi" Diaz, also known as just Rocsi, is an Honduran-born, American television personality and model. She is best known as the co-host on the BET program 106 & Park from 2006-2012. She was a correspondent on Entertainment Tonight during 2012-2014, where she was billed as "Rocsi Diaz".
Diaz was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras but moved with her family to New Orleans, Louisiana. She is Honduran and Chilean descent. Rocsi announced on 106 & Park on July 30, 2009, that she suffered from anorexia during her years in middle school and high school due to her love for cheerleading. She graduated from West Jefferson High School in Harvey, Louisiana. She graduated from Nicholls State University.
After growing up in New Orleans, she launched her career in Dallas, Texas, as a host on the city’s premier urban radio station, 97.9 The Beat. Here, Rocsi cultivated a unique, street-smart style that caught the attention of Boston’s Hot 97.7, where she later became a DJ. In 2004, she moved to Chicago where she was hired as midday-hour DJ at radio station Power 92 WPWX-FM, and was known as "The Midday Mami".
Diiaz appeared on MTV's Fear as a contestant in 2000.
BET personalities AJ Calloway and Free left the network on July 28, 2005. They were replaced by Big Tigger and Julissa Bermudez. They left and Rocsi on July 6, 2006 won the role of co-host of BET’s 106 & Park along with Terrence J. The show can be seen in over 85 million homes in U.S, United Kingdom, Canada, Africa, Caribbean, and Japan. For the debut in Japan, she and co-host Terrence J taped footage there, and appeared on MTV Video Music Awards Japan. In 2007, Rocsi starred as a BET News correspondent in Def Jam: Icon, but only appears in cutscenes on TV and not in fighting mode
On 19 November 2012 Diaz joined Entertainment Tonight  as a daily correspondant and weekend co-host. In June 2014 Diaz was awarded a Daytime Emmy award as part of the cast for Outstanding Entertainment News Program. On 17 September 2014 Diaz was let go from the show as CNN's Nischelle Turner was hired.
In August 2013 she was recognised by the National Council of La Raza: Nuestro Pueblo. She received the Ruben Salazar Award for Communications.
|2012||Gangs of Roses 2: Next Generation||Kate||Film Debut|
|The Last Letter||Claudia||Post-production|
|2000||Fear||Herself - Contestant|
|2006–2012||106 & Park||Herself - Hostess|
|2008||Red Eye||Herself - Panelist|
|2013–2014||Entertainment Tonight||Herself - Weekend Host|
- Diaz, Evelyn (2012-10-25). "Rocsi Diaz Lands New TV Correspondent Gig". BET. Retrieved 2014-07-15.
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- Kostanczuk, Bob (October 22, 2004). "Rocsi and Donnie offer Latin edge at 'Power' radio". Post-Tribune. p. D1 – via HighBeam Research.
- Thompson, Philip (December 27, 2005). "Rocsi making a name for herself: Chicago DJ to join BET's on air lineup", Chicago Tribune, p. 28.
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- Coleman, Chrisena. "The Hottest 'Nerd' on TV: Star from Queens Seen by Millions Around the World", New York Daily News, 2008-04-15.
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