Diane Burket has been in Show Business for over 25+ years, performing in Commercials, Industrials and Multimedia events. As an award-winning actress, she voices commercials, corporate films,
Internet copy, telephone prompts, games and more…for clients around the world.
She has a professional home recording studio and is a member of SAG/AFTRA with Financial Core Status.
MY LATEST MULTI-AWARD-WINNING SHORT FILM!
You can see this 10-minute documentary film here:
ZEBRAFISH.ORG INDUSTRY AWARDS
Best Documentary Hollywood Short Film Festival
Official Selection Austin Spotlight Film Festival
Selection New York City Short Documentary Film Festival
Selection Technology Documentary Film Festival
Winner Top Shorts Online Film Festival
Award of Recognition Best Shorts
Selected West Chester Film Festival
Nominated Best Documentary Colony Film Festival
Semi-Finalist Mediterranean Film Festival
Selected for Cannes Film Festival American Pavilion Emerging Film Festival Showcase and Cannes Short Film Corner
Award of Merit: ImpactDocs
Semi-Finalist Hollywood Independent Film Festival
Selection Women Only Independent Film Festival
Selection Short to the Point Film Festival
Selection International Maryland Film Festival
Selection Academia Film Olomouc
The Monthly Film Festival –Best Documentary
JOEY AWARD, Self Promotion, 3D Audio Tape
JOEY AWARD, Voice-Over, Infomercial
GOLD REMI AWARD, Worldfest Competition, Jefferson Laboratory
GOLD POLLIE AWARD, American Association of Political Consultants, Best Overall TV / Radio Campaign
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