Join La’Nette Wallace, host of GroovyTracks’s The Reach as she explores R&B and its effects on TV, Film, Theatre and Culture.
Get acquainted with her next guest, Diamond White. Star of stage, screen and the voice of Disney and the Marvel Universe’s newest superhero, Lunella Lafayette in the animated series, “Moon Girl and the Devil Dinosaur, “ coming soon to Disney+.
Starting her acting career at age eight in Oprah Winfrey’s national touring musical, “The Color Purple,” white’s talents were easily visible, setting her apart from her peers and catching the eye of many casting directors.
Next, she landed the role of Nala in Las Vegas residency, “The Lion King,” followed by the X Factor singing competition, finishing in top five against music group Fifth Harmony.
White’s notable film/TV credits include Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween, Boo 2!, F*&% the Prom, No Running, Dear White People, Code Black, Fresh Off the Boat, American Koko, Guidance, Sing It!, Girl Meets World, Blackish, Empire and most recently landed a contracted role in CBS’s The Bold and the Beautiful. She has notable voice-over work as well with hit shows Phineas and Ferb, Sofia the First, Transformers, Rescue Bots, The Lion Guard, American Dad! Nickelodedeon’s Pinky Malinky, and HBO Maxs Close Enough.
In addition to all of that, White recently debuted her first R&B mix album, titled “Tomorrow” and released her music video for the single “Secondhand.”
From Broadway tours to the X Factor to her latest album, Diamond White is an artist you should be sure to watch.
Get to know Diamond White with us! Watch our exclusive interview and check “Secondhand” video below.