Diane Farr Biography
Diane Farr first became known as Detective Jan Fendrich on the TV series The Job, which starred the shows co-creator, Denis Leary. When the series ended, she appeared on Rescue Me, which was also co-created and starred by Leary. She as well co-hosted MTVs advice program, Loveline, wherein she gave lovesick patients remedies and available solutions to their heart problems. She then left Rescue Me to take on the role of FBI agent Megan Reeves on the CBS crime drama Numb3rs, and as well made recurring guest roles on Roswell, CSI and The Drew Carey Show. Not long after, she played the role of Maddie Hudson on Like Family, which ran for a year.
In 2001, Diane Farr wrote a book entitled The Girl Code, which takes a comic look on the lives of single women in the 21st century. It was released on Valentines Day of 2001 and has been sold in more than seven countries and translated into 5 languages. She is currently working on her second book, and is a constant contributor to various magazines such as Jane, Glamour, Maxim, Esquire and Cosmopolitan.
Diane Farr is the owner of the greeting card company OtherAnnouncements.com, which spawned out after she found herself in need of another card when her fiancé called off their wedding a few weeks after the wedding invitations were sent to their supposed guests.
In June 2006, Diane Farr married Seung Yong Chung, an entertainment marketing executive at Rainbow Tarns, a private lodge in Mammoth Lakes, California. Because of their physical differences, critics and tabloids often described them as an odd pair. In March 2007, Diane Farr gave birth to their first child, Beckett Mancuso Chung, in Los Angeles, California. She has as well a brother named Billy, who is an actor and director based in Los Angeles.