Diane Kamp is a cattle rancher and former actress and movie agent who represented among others Emma Thompson, Alan Arkin, Christian Bale, Stanley Tucci, Tony Shalhoub, Charles Dance, Clark Gregg, and Lewis Black. She also represented Tim Monich, considered the preeminent dialect coach working in film and television.
Born in Iowa, raised in Illinois, schooled in Michigan, Diane spent 15 years in New York City, 2 years in Los Angeles and now 25 years in Montana. She is married to a Montana cattle rancher who she met while covering the movies “The River Runs Thru It” and “Far and Away”. Moving to Montana, she started a company that represents dialect coaches for the movies and television. She hosted a weekly political talk radio show at KMMS in Bozeman from 2004 until 2009. Her only previous political experience was doing a season of political comedy in New York City in 1984. Her characters included Nancy Reagan, Barbara Bush, and a woman with a baboon heart transplant. She’s fed up with electoral politics and now tries to instead figure out what the heck to do with her free time.