On Diana Elizabeth Torres’ Web site she asks readers to leave her a comment. She also writes that she’ll be more than happy to read them.
So what comment would you leave for the young actress? Would you ask about her numerous film roles? Would you ask about her work with Academy Award winning cinematographer Wally Pfister? Or would you ask about her recent “Celebrity Centre International Award.” The honor is bestowed to individuals to recognize their efforts in improving the arts in Latin culture.
As you can see there’s a lot to talk about when it comes to Diana Elizabeth Torres. She’s already assembled an impressive body of work and she’ll definitely be adding to that in the coming years. Just recently, the talented actress appeared in the Cinemax/HBO series, “Femme Fatales.”
Torres hails from Culiacan, Sinaloa in northwestern Mexico. She studied her craft for three years at CasAzul, an acting school in Mexico City. Fluent in both Spanish and English, Torres has appeared in the Mexican films “El efecto tequila” and “Kada kien su karma” as well as the short film “Till Death Do Us Part.”
We’ve mentioned her work with Pfister, but that’s not the only big name Torres has rubbed elbows with. She’s collaborated with renowned director Masami Kawai and Academy Award nominated actress Salma Hayek. Torres appeared with Hayek in a “Got Milk” commercial.
Speaking of commercials, Torries has appeared in several including “5 Hour Energy,” “ADO Mobile,” and “Chedraui.” She’s also the face of “Always” products in Hispanic markets.
One of Torres’ most interesting roles was a desperate girlfriend in NBC/Universal’s promo “How to Treat a Lady.” In the vignette, Torres’ character is treated badly by her boyfriend who eventually receives a “smack down” from The Bella Twins of WWE fame.
Bottom line, if you want to have your comment read by Torres (and not one of her “people”) you better logon to her Web site right away. Very soon she’s going be working too much, and having too many fans, to personally read them herself.