Who is Dianne Doan?

Dianne Doan was born on 8 September 1990 under the zodiac sign of Virgo, in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada. She is a 31-year-old actress and dancer, probably best recognized for landing the role of Lonnie in the Disney Channel franchise “Descendant”, playing Mai Ling in the Cinemax martial arts crime drama series “Warrior” (2019-2020), and featuring as Kora in the ABC superhero series “Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” (2020).

How rich is she, as of now? Dianne Doan Net Worth

As of mid-2021, Dianne Doan’s net worth is estimated at over  $1 million, acquired through her successful involvement in the world of entertainment.

She has garnered over 20 television and film acting credits since she launched her career in the late 2010s.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background

Dianne Doan spent her early years in her hometown of Abbotsford, where she was raised by her father, Shang Doan, and Mulan Doan; their professions are unavailable, she’s of Vietnamese and Chinese ancestry, and has two sisters named Annie Doan and Theresa Doan. She holds Canadian nationality and belongs to Asian ethnic group. Dianne hasn’t shared any details regarding her education.

Career as a Dancer

Dianne Doan developed her love for dancing very early, and started dancing lessons when she was ten years old. She would later perform as a dancer at the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, held in Vancouver, British Columbia. She also performed as a back-up dancer for Canadian singer-songwriter Michael Bublé, and appeared in various music videos for such recording artists as Marianas Trench and Big Time Rush. She also worked on the Fox reality show “So You Think You Can Dance, Canada”.

Acting Career Beginnings

Speaking about her professional acting career, Dianne Doan made her debut with the supporting role of a girl in the short comedy-drama film “One Cadillac Drive” in 2009. Her debut TV appearance came in the following year when she was cast as Lisa in the episode “Monitored” of the Cartoon Network live-action fantasy mystery series “Tower Prep”, created by Paul Dini, known for being a former writer and producer of several DC animated universe series as “Batman: The Animated Series” and “Superman: The Animated Series”.

Her next role came in 2013 when she took the guest part of Isra in the episode “Selfless, Brave And True” of the second season of the ABC fantasy adventure-drama series “Once Upon A Time”, and later that year played Claire in the short romantic drama film “When I Saw You”, written and directed by Jane Hancock. It was followed by her portrayal of Rachelle in the 2014 short comedy film “A Happy Happy Happy Happy Happy Happy Birthday: A Short Film With A Long Name”.

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Rise to Prominence

In 2015, Dianne Doan made a guest appearance as Chelsea in the episode “Genesis” of the TV Land sitcom “Impastor”, and gained enormous popularity later that year when she was chosen to play Lonnie, the daughter of Li Shang and Mulan, in the Disney Channel made-for-TV musical fantasy adventure-comedy film “Descendants”, alongside Dove Cameron, Sofia Carson and Cameron Boyce. She would later reprise the role in its 2017 sequel entitled “Descendants 2”, and ilso reprised the role in the live action fantasy miniseries “Descendants: School Of Secrets” (2015), and its animated spin-off “Descendants: Wicked World” (2015-2017).

Concurrently, Dianne continued to work on other projects; in 2016, she was cast in the recurring role of Yidu in the fourth season of the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated historical drama TV series “Vikings”, that ran on History. The same year, she also featured as Miss Tzu in the made-for-TV drama film “The Game Of Love”, next to Lochlyn Munro, Heather Locklear, and Tom Stevens.

Continued Success

In 2017, Dianne Doan landed the role of Rachel in the teen comedy film “Last Night In Suburbia”, written and directed by Richard Ian Cox, and guest-starred as Anh Ly in the episode “Welcome To The Jungle” of the CW’s superhero film “DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow”, based on the characters of DC Comics.

In the same year, she also featured as twin sisters Faith and Grace Park-Jensen in AwesomenessTV’s teen drama web series “Guidance”, broadcast on the go90 streaming service. Two years later, she was cast as Rose in the short drama film “Our Home Here”, along with Brandon Soo Hoo and Octavio Pisano, and starred as Kate Nguyen in the Freeform drama series “Good Trouble”, a spin-off from “The Fosters”.

Recent and Upcoming Projects

Dianne Doan’s next major role came when she joined the main cast playing Mai Ling from 2019 to 2020 of the Cinemax martial arts crime drama series “Warrior”, which is based on an original concept by Bruce Lee – she shared the screen with Jason Tobin, Olivia Cheng, and Andrew Koji.

It was followed by her portrayal of Kora in the ABC superhero series “Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.” (2020), which is based on a Marvel Comics peacekeeping and spy organization. Most recently, she featured as Ava Pham in the short comedy film “Dinner With Dex”, written and directed by Olivia Cheng. It’s been announced that she will appear in the upcoming comedy film “Reunion”, alongside Nina Dobrev and Jamie Chung.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Dianne Doan has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes.

She stands at a height of 5ft 6ins (1.68m), her weight is around 120lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 33-24-33, bra size 32B, dress size 4 (US), and shoe is 6 (US).

Personal Life

Dianne Doan is in a long-term relationship with famous Filipino-Canadian actor Manny Jacinto, best known for his work on “The Good Place”, “Bad Times At The El Royale”, and “Top Gun: Maverick”. The couple eventually took a step closer to marriage, and became engaged in November 2019. Their current residence is in Los Angeles, California. Both of them are animal lover, and they have a pet dog named Henri.

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