Diona Reasonover is an actor, writer and improv performer who received an undergraduate degree in theater and dance from Oberlin College and a master’s degree in acting from the prestigious California Institute of the Arts.
An alumna of the CBS Diversity Showcase, Reasonover wrote and performed in the 2014 performance and was the head writer in 2015.
Reasonover’s television credits include “2 Broke Girls,” on the Network, as well as “Clipped,” “Grace and Frankie,” “Superstore,” “Girl Meets World” and “Comedy Bang! Bang!”
Her feature film credits include “The Night Watchmen.”
Reasonover’s writing credits include the Emmy-nominated “I Love You, America,” “I Love Dick” and “Adam Ruins Everything.”
Born in Detroit, Mich., Reasonover now lives in Los Angeles. Her birthday is Jan. 6. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @DionaReasonover.