Priscilla Star Diaz
is a young versatile talent. Diaz landed her first television role on the Emmy Award Winning Children’s show The Electric Company working closely with renowned creatives such as Lin Manuel Miranda, Christopher Jackson and Tommy Kail. Diaz’s first film debut included her very own documentary feature called P.Star Rising directed by Gabriel Noble. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival and won "Best Documentary Feature" at the Heartland Film Festival.
From a very young age, she established a career both on screen and on stage, traveling internationally as rapper "P.Star". As a rapper, she recorded an album with Reggaeton Niños as the main vocalist, released her first album titled Welcome to My Show which included the single "Wanna Make You Dance". She also released two Japanese singles "Don't Stop the Dance" and "Sukoshidake Katamomoi" which debuted for the first time in Tokyo, Japan. Realizing that her career interests went beyond the microphone, Diaz took her talents to theatre where she worked closely with director/actor Dominic Colon and vocalists Veronica Vazquez-Jackson, in the production of In the Heights at Kips Bay Boys and Girl Club as "Nina".
During her years as an undergrad at Denison University, she worked with director Jason Podplesky and and playwright Len Jenkins in the play Margo Veil as "Big Betty". She also worked with director Cheryl McFarren in the play Trojan Women which ran for 3 weeks at the Ace Morgan Theatre. In addition to her involvement in student film/theatre productions, Diaz hosted her own college Radio Show called P.Star Rockin' on the Radio on 91.1WDUB. She also hosted several popular college events including Denison's very own annual In the Eyes of the Beholder Fashion Show.
As a recent graduate with a BA in Theatre and Education, Diaz has moved back into New York City to continue to pursue a career as a working actor. She is an Alum of the American Theatre Wing's SpringboardNYC, where she received a scholarship to participate in workshops and master classes with renowned artists such as Peter Francis James, Kate Burton and David Henry Hwang.