Wednesday, 11 March 2009

Things not to leave on my blog

If your going to leave a comment and you know Diane, then please do not put telephone numbers in your comments, I see Anonymous left a number supposedly Dianes home number, DO NOT DO THIS IT IS NOT NICE, If your going to leave a comment be brave lets see who you are, this blog is for real fans of Diane so respect her privacy.


ncpd7147 said...

Hi Mark,
I just stumbled onto your blog. I was flipping through the channels tonight and saw "The Last American Virgin" on T.V. I recall seeing it with a couple of friends when it was in theaters in '82. I had no idea Diane was in the movie (I did recall the storyline though). I remember her from "Better off Dead". Curiosity got the best of me and I wanted to see what she has been up to. When I looked at her biography, I was surprised to learn she is from Plainview, New York. I was born in 1965 in Farmingdale, N.Y. (about 10 miles from Plainview). I was actually a Nassau County Police Officer and worked Plainview once in a while as well. I had NO idea she was a "L.I. girl". I KNEW there was something about her that set her apart from everybody else!! I think that was so great to see where she was from. Heck, she and I could have been born in the same hospital??

Mark said...

Hey thanks for your comment, its a small world isnt it, Diane is very well and busy which is great news for us fans, you could very well have been born in the same hospital lol, now you have the bug why not check out her other films, there is a list on here of her most popular ones. Also have a look at Dianes site for items to buy, the address is


Doug said...

Did Diane ever work on a movie shot in New Zealand with the guy from Porkies?

I worked as security on that movie.

Doug T

Mark said...

Hi Doug, Im not sure but I can ask Diane for you, can you give me anymore info, where it was shot and when ? also what the film was called. thanks, Mark

Doug said...

It was with Roger Wilson and it was shot in Auckland New Zealand early 80s


Doug T

Anonymous said...

Hey Diane
I`m a 44 year old male and I heard OH NO by the Commodores!
It took me back to your movie the last America Virgin.I still have stong feeling about that movie.I have seen so much in real life that is exactly like that movies...I just alway happen to be the guy that loved someone from

take care

Andika Pratama said...

Nice Blog ^^

Matt Coleman said...

Hello Mark...
My name is Matt and I've been trying to post some ideas for Diane's biography on your site, but I can't seem to get google to accept my password. Can you help? My email address is I would greatly appreciate it if you could send me some information on how to get google to accept my password so that I can post these ideas for Diane to read. Thank You.

Matt said...

Originally, I wasn't planning on posting a response to whoever it was that decided to commit the cowardly act of posting Diane's phone number anonymously. Normally, I try to leave positive messages for both Mark and Diane to read. However, the more I think about what caused Mark to have to post a "Things not to leave on my blog" message on his site, the more compelled I feel to type this.
We live in a world that's dangerous enough as is. And for celebrity figures like Diane, it can be magnified even more than it is for the average person. Fotrunately for Mark, Diane has been willing to reach out to both him and her other fans through his blog site. Some people may not appreciate Diane or her work in Hollywood, and they are certainly entitled to their opinion. But to violate her privacy in a way that could jeapordize whatever kindness she has shown to Mark and the rest of her fans on this site is, in a word, despicable.
Just as I'm sorry that we live in a world where cowardice is considered by some to be the only way to express their resentment towards others, I'm also sorry that Mark and Diane have had to experience an example of this cowardice as well. I just hope that this shameful act doesn't harm Diane or her generosity to Mark and her other fans (myself included). Thank You, Matt