Diana Vergara is a writer, producer, and actress with over eight years of experience in Entertainment. She graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Media Studies & Theater Performance. Her career as a writer and producer began at Playboy Magazine, where she partook in Playboy's experimental transition to non-nude, alongside a massive digital revamp. Her contribution would earn the magazine over two million clicks from video and written content alone in addition to creating and undertaking several unique projects. In 2015, she created and produced Playboy's Comedy Night, the company's first live comedy taping, which also got featured in the magazine's March 2015 issue. Later she would direct and co-produce a mockumentary alongside TV writer Marc Bernardin ft. Kevin Smith, Aisha Tyler, Damon Lindelof, and others.
In 2016, she got recruited as a digital producer for ABS-CBN — one of Asia's most extensive entertainment and media conglomerates. In the first year of that position, Diana took charge of the companies digital content strategy, doubling their digital subscriber base and earning their youngest network over 1.2 million organic YouTube views. Another contribution was producing and directing the company's most successful original series, to-date: My Motto. In 2017, Diana produced and directed a one-off segment piece named My Motto: The Veterans Edition, which earned the company four distinguished digital nominations alongside global networks such as NBC Universal, Discovery Channel, Spike TV, and others.
Diana Vergara is also a bilingual entertainment reporter, fluent in both English and Spanish, she has reported for Univision and MyxTV in both languages. In 2017, she created, produced, and co-hosted Love & Gen Y alongside celebrity matchmaker Carmelia Ray. The series, which discusses the mishaps of modern dating, was aired on Myx TV (US & PH), Lifestyle Network, and was later acquired by iWant TV, an online streaming service with over 6 million subscribers.
In her latest role as a producer and development lead for ABS-CBN, she consulted on the development of several original TV shows, which are now distributed in over 80 countries and viewed on popular streaming services Amazon Prime, Roku, and NBCUniversal. Furthermore, Diana developed content for Civilized, Super Deluxe, The LA Clippers, and Jordan Clarkson's Official Fan Club, where her services ranged from producing to consulting and more.
Diana's content leans towards the edgy side of interesting, as she aims to explore the mundanity behind the glamour through a creative lens (and vice versa). While she's qualified to play various roles in the broadcasting industry, my forte lies in absorbing the needs of individual demographics and catering to unique viewer tastes while remaining innovative, captivating, and challenging to the senses.