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Diona Reasonover

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Diona Reasonover
Born (1992-01-06) January 6, 1992 (age 29)
OccupationActress
Spouse(s)
Patricia Villetto
(m. 2018)
[2]

Diona Reasonover (born January 6, 1992) is an American actress. She starred as Charmaine Eskowitz in the television show Clipped. She portrays Kasie Hines in the crime drama series NCIS.

Early life

Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan,[1] Reasonover attended Renaissance High School.[3] While in high school, she was a member of Mosaic Youth Theatre,[4] a group of over 100 teenagers who performed in Detroit and internationally.[3]

Reasonover attended Oberlin College[5] and graduated with a bachelor's degree in theater and dance.[6] She also earned a Master of Fine Arts[7] in acting from the California Institute of the Arts.[6] She worked as a barista while in school.[8]

Career

In 2010, Reasonover starred in HYPERBOLE: origins at [Inside] the Ford as a part of the Los Angeles-based art collective Rogue Artists Ensemble.[9]

Reasonover acted in Lydia R. Diamond's play Stick Fly with Mo'olelo Performing Arts at San Diego's 10th Avenue Theatre in 2011.[10] Reasonover played Cheryl, the daughter of a family's maid whose life has been dramatically changed by an all-expense-paid prep school education.[10] Calling her performance "superb", a theater reviewer for the North County Times said she was "brainy, proud, and easily wounded, and she offers much of the show's comic relief".[10] A reviewer for the San Diego Examiner called Reasonover "a formidable force to be reckoned with".[11] A reviewer for the San Diego Union-Tribune called her performance "quietly fiery".[12] Reasonover received an award at the Tenth Annual Craig Noel Awards for Theatrical Excellence.[13]

At Upright Citizens Brigade, Reasonover is a member of improvisation group Ham Radio, which performs around Los Angeles.[14] She is also a member of the long-form improvisation group Essence.[14]

Reasonover starred as Charmaine Eskowitz in the television series Clipped.[15] She patterned the character on her sister Elisa.[4]

Reasonover also did the voice of Mary-Anne in Doris & Mary-Anne Are Breaking Out Of Prison.[16]

Reasonover appeared as Kasie Hines in three episodes of the CBS crime drama NCIS in a recurring role for Season 15. She was upped to a series regular for Season 16 following the departure of Pauley Perrette.[17]

Filmography

Film

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2015 Clipped Charmaine Eskowitz Main Role
Comedy Bang! Bang! Salesgirl
2016 Girl Meets World Sister Mary Beth
Superstore Pet Owner
2 Broke Girls Becky Episode: And the No New Friends[18]
2017 Transparent Improviser #2
Do You Want to See a Dead Body? Julie
Future Man Estelle Kronish Episode: Beyond the TruffleDome
2018 Grace & Frankie Ann Reins
2018–present NCIS Kasie Hines Main Role

References

  1. ^ a b Cintron, Christian (June 16, 2015). "'Clipped' Star Diona Reasonover Is Far, Far From 'A Token'". The Blot Magazine.
  2. ^ Hegedus, Eric; Rorke, Robert (Dec 8, 2018). "Diona Reasonover is winning over 'NCIS' fans in elevated role". Retrieved Oct 7, 2019.
  3. ^ a b Margolin, Michael H. (May 29, 2001). "Gem glitters for Mosaic Youth Theatre fund-raiser". The Detroit News. p. 3D.
  4. ^ a b Bendix, Trish (June 15, 2015). ""Clipped" character are out and proud". AfterEllen.
  5. ^ Hinds, Julie (June 13, 2015). "Detroit comic actress gets TV break with TBS' 'Clipped'". Detroit Free Press.
  6. ^ a b "Live Interview with Diona Reasonover, star of the TBS sitcom Clipped". Booktrib. July 8, 2015.
  7. ^ Narasaki, Rosie (August 11, 2015). "Who is Charmaine on Clipped? Diona Reasonover Talks the Character's Future & Why She Should Date a Certain 'Gilmour Girls' BFF". Bustle.
  8. ^ Dandy, Brittany (August 20, 2015). "Meet Comedienne Diona Reasonover: TBS' up and coming female comic is more than just a funny girl". Black Enterprise Magazine.
  9. ^ Columbus, Candyce (November 2, 2010). "World Premiere of 'Hyperbole: origins' at [Inside] the Ford". Los Angeles Examiner.
  10. ^ a b c Kragen, Pam (March 9, 2011). "Mo'olelo's 'Stick Fly' is entertaining, if uneven". North County Times. Escondido, California.
  11. ^ Davis, Carol (March 10, 2011). ""Stick Fly" A Weekend filled with Family, Fun and Fuming". San Diego Examiner.
  12. ^ Hubert, James (March 11, 2011). "Mo'Olelo's 'Stick Fly' Buzzes in Bursts: Humor-laced family saga at its best when characters get angry when not, it falls short". The San Diego Union-Tribune.
  13. ^ "San Diego Theatre Critics Circle Celebrate Artists Achievements". San Diego Examiner. February 8, 2012.
  14. ^ a b "Diona Reasonover". Upright Citizens Brigade. Retrieved August 20, 2015.
  15. ^ "'Clipped' may finally be a winning sitcom for TBS". The Herald-Dispatch. Huntington, West Virginia. June 11, 2015.
  16. ^ "DORIS & MARY-ANNE ARE BREAKING OUT OF PRISON". YouTube. Retrieved 2017-02-26.
  17. ^ "NCIS: Diona Reasonover Upped to Series Regular for Season 16". TVLine/TVLine Media, LLC. July 18, 2018. Retrieved July 18, 2018.
  18. ^ "And the No New Friends". 2 Broke Girls. Season 5. Episode 10. February 3, 2016. CBS.

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