Dustin Diamond

TV Actor

Dustin Diamond was born in San Jose, California, United States on January 7th, 1977 and is the TV Actor. At the age of 44, Dustin Diamond biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, TV shows, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Dustin Neil Diamond, Screech, Dirty Sanchez
Date of Birth
January 7, 1977
United States
Place of Birth
San Jose, California, United States
Death Date
Feb 1, 2021 (age 44)
Zodiac Sign
$50 Thousand
Actor, Film Director, Pornographic Actor, Professional Wrestler, Television Actor
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Dustin Diamond Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 44 years old, Dustin Diamond has this physical status:

Hair Color
Dark Brown
Eye Color
Not Available
Dustin Diamond Religion, Education, and Hobbies
He was raised in a Jewish household and was a believer in Judaism.
Not Available
Zion Lutheran School
Dustin Diamond Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Jennifer Misner, ​ ​(m. 2009; sep. 2013)​
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Dating / Affair
Jennifer Misner (2003-2013), Amanda Schutz (2014)
Mark Diamond, She was a computer operator for Pacific Bell.
Other Family
James Deane Stemer (Maternal Grandfather), Alfred Stanley Robbins (Maternal Great Grandfather), Ethel Mae Deane (Maternal Great Grandmother), Cecyl /Cecile Paulyne Parham (Maternal Grandmother), Claud /Claude Cecil Parham (Maternal Great Grandfather), Ona Molena Rodgers (Maternal Great Grandmother), Jesse Edgar Rodgers (Maternal Great Great Grandfather), Frances Jane Bingham (Maternal Great Great Grandmother)
Dustin Diamond Life

Dustin Neil Diamond (born January 7, 1977) is an American actor, writer, stand-up comedian, and singer best known for his role as Samuel "Screech" Powers on Saved by the Bell.

Early life and family

Diamond was born in San Jose, California, son of Jaimee and Mark Diamond. His father specialized in digital electronics for a computer processing company, and his mother worked as a Pacific Bell computer operator. Diamond was Jewish and attended Zion Lutheran School.

Personal life

Diamond filed for bankruptcy in California in 2001. In 2003, he moved to Port Washington, Wisconsin. On June 13, 2006, Howard Stern Show listeners requested to visit his website and buy a T-shirt, saying, "I paid $15.00 to save Screech's house" (spelling "Screech" with an extra E for copyright reasons). He said he wanted to raise $250,000 and avoid foreclosure on his house. Diamond moved to Florida in 2018 and parked his house in Port Washington the following year.

He reportedly married Jennifer Misner in 2009, separated in 2013 and later divorced, but his death certificate lists him as having never married. They didn't have any children.

Diamond was arrested in Ozaukee, Wisconsin, on December 26, 2014, for carrying a switchblade knife, which he was accused of pulling during a bar brawl in which a man was stabbed. Amanda Schutz, his fiancée, was found guilty of disorderly conduct and fined $500. He was found guilty of two misdemeanors, including unlawful carry and disorderly conduct on May 29, 2015. He was cleared of the most serious charge, but public safety was jeopardizing. He was sentenced to four months in prison on June 25. He served three months and was released on probation, but his probation agent later found that he had breached his terms and was arrested again in May 2016.


Dustin Diamond Career


Diamond began behaving as a child. He became known for his appearance on Saved by the Bell as Samuel "Screech" Powers, a role he played for almost 13 years (1988–1999), and the New Class (1994–2000). Saved by the Bell: The College Years show that the majority of the cast members were transplanted into not only the same college but also the same college dormitory, where Scout outlined his typical misadventures. After one season, the College Years were suspended. In The New Class episodes, Diamond returned to Bayside High as Principal Belding's assistant, remaining with the program until its cancellation.

After the conclusion of Saved by the Bell, Diamond began doing stand-up comedy and has toured on and off after that. He has appeared on a number of game and reality shows, including The Weakest Link and Celebrity Boxing 2. Diamond made several cameo appearances in films, including appearances in Made (2001) and Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star (2003).

Diamond was a cast member of Celebrity Fit Club's fifth season in 2007. During his stay on the program, he came into conflict with former American Idol finalist Kimberley Locke, country singer Cledus T. Judd, rapper Da Brat, the program's host, and program's coach, Harvey Walden IV. Diamond speculated on what might have happened if Ant were to "physical combat" during one episode, and after Harvey Walden defended Ant, Diamond subsequently said the same to him, causing Walden to lose his temper.

Diamond appeared in American Pie Presents: The Book of Love (2009) and as Bernardo, the castle guard, in Hamlet A.D.A.'s partially animated science fiction comedy Hamlet A.D.D., following Celebrity Fit Club. (2014).

Diamond produced and released his own celebrity sex tape in 2006, Scratch, Saved by the Smell. Diamond said the tape came out because he and a group of friends had a "monthly meeting" wherein they exchanged such tapes, according to Melanie McFarland's retelling of a press release. Diamond said in a Where Are They Now? On the Oprah Winfrey Network, he was not in the sex tape; rather, a stunt double was superimposed.

Diamond also wrote an inside look at the show's cast and crew from his point of view, titled Behind the Bell. The book portrays an unflattering portrait of several of Diamond's coworkers and their ostensibly shady backstage conduct. Diamond's coworkers have criticized some of these assertions, while critics have challenged them. In a December 2013 appearance on an Oprah, Diamond later discussed the book's content: Where Are They Now? In a segment on the OWN Network in which he said that the book was ghost written by an author who simply interviewed him and assembled the book from his answers, he said. Several aspects of the book, including reports of teen sex and heroin use, were fabricated from very minor statements he made during the interviews, he said.

Diamond was also a singer and formed Salty The Pocketknife, an alternative metal band. Diamond performed bass and wrote a lot of the songs as well. The band split up shortly after releasing their first album due to internal differences. Diamond appeared on truTV's The Smoking Gun Presents: The World's Dumbest... as a commentator.

At the 12th annual Gathering of the Juggalos, he appeared as a host.

Diamond became a housemate on the twelfth series of Celebrity Big Brother in the United Kingdom in August 2013. On Day 16, he became the fourth householder to be evicted.

Diamond was a spokeswoman for the Rockford, Illinois-based insurance company Insurance King. Insurance King was a company owned by the Rockford, Illinois-based insurance company Insurance King. Several references to Saved By the Bell are made in several Insurance King commercials (with logos in the commercial stating, "Saved by the King"). He is shown to be pulled over in other stores, not concerned about the hundreds of tickets he has because he is "saved by the King," despite being in a Western style standoff, and he is a terrible barber.

Professional wrestling career

Diamond was a fan of professional wrestling. In April 2000, he appeared at Memphis Championship Wrestling. He was involved in a skit with The Kat, where Chip Diver, the Fabulous Rocker, and Dannie B. defeated him up.

He appeared on a Asylum weekly pay-per-view program on September 18, 2002. Billed as Screech, he knocked TNA's bellkeeper, Tiny the Bellkeeper, to a boxing match. Scratch won by a mere 42 seconds.

Diamond was a contestant on Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling, which was broadcast on CMT in 2008.

On July 22, 2010, Diamond was a special guest referee for a match at Celebrity Big Bang Wrestling, Mistress Devon James vs. Susan Finkelstein.

In an intergender match at AAW in Merrionette Park, Illinois, Diamond teamed with Jordan McEntrye and Knight Wagner, losing to MsChif, Marion Fontaine, and Krotch. He defeated Virgil, Ashley Sixx, Celine Jean, and Sheena at TWE Rethinking Rumble in Vaughan, Ontario, on March 17, 2011. During the main event of FTW Summer of Synn, in Ronkonkoma, New York, on July 7, 2012, he lost his last match in a tag.


In a recent police procedural drama, the nineties teen heartthrob appears unrecognizable as bearded, but can you guess who he is?

www.dailymail.co.uk, December 16, 2023
On gritty procedural show Found, he plays a devious criminal with a penchant for manipulation. But this bearded actor was once a teen heartthrob in the early 90s, when he first came to fame on the tiny screen. He got his start as a youth actor and has been on the radio ever since, including appearances on shows such as The Twilight Zone, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and NYPD Blue.
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