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Glee's Dianna Agron Shares Kiss With Boyfriend Harold Ancart in New York

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Dianna Agron's date with Harold Ancart speaks volumes. The Glee alum and the Belgian painter looked very loved up as they stepped out together on Nov. 7. Clad in a tan trench coat, cropped black trousers and dark flats, Dianna was seen holding hands with Harold—who was stylishly dressed in a white button-down, khakis and red loafers—during a shopping trip in New York City.
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Bradley Cooper Briefly Dated Dianna Agron Before Huma Abedin Romance: ‘It Wasn’t Serious’

A short-lived connection. Before Bradley Cooper started dating Huma Abedin, the actor was briefly linked to Dianna Agron, a source exclusively tells Us Weekly. “He was casually dating Dianna when he and Huma started, but it wasn’t serious with Dianna yet,” the insider explains shortly after news broke of Cooper’s new relationship with the political staffer, 45.
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Dianna Agron thought she saw a UFO on the set of 'Acidman'

Dianna Agron premiered 'Acidman' at Tribeca Film Festival, her new film in which she plays Thomas Haden Church's daughter, who believes in extraterrestrial life, and the actors themselves thought they had a close encounter whilst shooting.

10 Years After Glee, Dianna Agron Is Ready to Return to Her First Love

Dianna Agron is ready to let people in…on her own terms. The Glee star best known for her portrayal of pregnant Christian cheerleader Quinn Fabray is back in a new film by The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik. In As They Made Us, Agron plays a recently divorced Jewish mother of two desperately trying to care for her dying father (Dustin Hoffman) and toxic mother (Candice Bergen) while grappling with the truth of her tumultuous upbringing. Despite the millions of millennials who will forever associate Agron with that cunning member of New Directions, she has a lot more in common with Abigail.
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Actress Dianna Agron Talks Family Drama ‘As They Made Us’

The ‘Glee’ actress discusses her new movie, which also features Simon Helberg, Candice Bergan and Dustin Hoffman, and was directed by Mayim Bialik. Opening in theaters and VOD/Digital on April 8th is the new comedy-drama ‘As They Made Us,’ which marks the directorial debut of ‘The Big Bang Theory’ actress Mayim Bialik.
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Dianna Agron talks As They Made Us

Dianna Agron spoke with Solzy at the Movies about Mayim Bialik’s directorial debut, As They Made Us, opening in theaters/VOD this week. The following interview took place in mid-March, hours before the Jewish holiday of Purim started. Amongst the subjects discussed is how Agron’s own Jewishness informed her approach to playing Abigail in the film and if she is considering directing a feature film.

Dianna Agron on how ‘As They Made Us’ was personal for everyone involved

Family dynamics are tough. And those relationships become even more strained when a family member is dying. In writer-director Mayim Bialik’s feature debut, ‘As They Made Us,’ a dysfunctional family is shown through the lens of Annabelle (Dianna Agron), who is starting a new relationship while simultaneously dealing with her father’s (Dustin Hoffman) declining health, her mother’s (Candice Bergen) manic hostility, and her estranged brother (Simon Helberg) coming back into the picture.
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Dianna Agron Talks Mayim Bialik, Naya Rivera, Indie Filmmaking

Dianna Agron took television fans on an emotional ride playing complex popular girl, Quinn Fabray, on the hit television series Glee, which ran for seven seasons on FOX. The wildly popular show won multiple Emmy, Golden Globe, People’s Choice, and Teen Choice Awards during its tenure. Throughout the series, Agron’s character portrayed a foray of teen girl issues ranging from the common to the more dramatic. From cattiness and romance drama to matters of celibacy, teen pregnancy, and adoption; nothing was off the table. It speaks to Agron’s depth and range as an actress.

Dianna Agron Says Late “Glee” Co-Star Naya Rivera Was Her “First Friend On Set”

Glee star Dianna Agron is sharing sweet memories of her late co-star, Naya Rivera. Dianna recently appeared on the Allison Interviews podcast to speak about both her time on Glee and her current project, a starring role in the comedy-drama film As They Made Us. When the subject of Naya came up, Dianna shared with podcast host Allison Kugel that Naya was her "first friend" on the Glee set.
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Dianna Agron remembers first friend on Glee set Naya Rivera: 'She was my point person'

Quinn and Santana forever. Dianna Agron is remembering her late Glee costar Naya Rivera two years after her untimely death. While on the Allison Interviews podcast Tuesday, Agron looked back on her time on set with Rivera during the earlier days of filming the Fox musical series, which wrapped in 2015 after six seasons. Agron portrayed cheerleader Quinn Fabray, who had a competitive and — at times, intimate — friendship with fellow squad member Santana Lopez, played by Rivera.
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Dianna Agron at the Café Carlyle

Those of you who remember the musical TV series Glee will recall that many of its episodes centered around one word written on a classroom blackboard. I have no idea if Dianna Agron, who spent seven years on the show as the often-manipulative Quinn Ramsay, actually owns such a thing – but she clearly wrote the word “love” somewhere while preparing the pleasing jazz-tinged set that she’s now performing through April 9 at the Café Carlyle. The word pops up in the title or lyric of every song in her 90-minute set.