Acting professional and comedian known best for his part as Screech around the strike show Saved From the Bell. He started his association using the Saved from the Bell franchise during his child years years. He qualified to be always a dark belt in karate. He was raised in San Jose, California as the child of computer developers. After marrying in ’09 2009, he resolved in Wisconsin. He co-starred with Tag Paul Gosselaar in Saved From the Bell.
Full Name Dustin Diamond
Date Of Birth January 7, 1977
Place Of Birth San Jose, CA
Height 1.83 m
Profession TV Actor
Education Zion Lutheran School, Anaheim California
Movies Saved by the Bell: Wedding in Las Vegas, Saved by the Bell: Hawaiian Style, Jane White Is Sick & Twisted, Big Top Pee-wee, Captured Hearts, Scavenger Killers, Purple People Eater, Tetherball: The Movie, Big Money Rustlas, 13th Grade, Yogi's Great Escape, Little Creeps, All Wifed Out, A Dog for Christmas, Hamlet A.D.D., Our Feature Presentation, Minor League: A Football Story, The Price of Life
TV Shows Celebrity Fit Club, Hulk Hogan's Celebrity Championship Wrestling, Saved by the Bell: The New Class, Saved by the Bell: The College Years, Saved by the Bell, Good Morning, Miss Bliss, Celebrity Big Brother
Star Sign Capricorn
Near the end of 2014, Diamond was arrested after a bar brawl in Wisconsin and charged with felony assault and two misdemeanors stemming from his alleged stabbing of another man. In May 2015, Diamond was acquitted of the felony charge and convicted on both misdemeanors, with a maximum sentence of a year in jail for the combined results. On June 25, 2015, Diamond was sentenced to 4 months in jail and to a post-sentence period of probation.
Diamond was not invited to participate in two fairly high-profile events that reunited the main cast of "Saved by the Bell": a 2009 cover story for "People" magazine on the 20th anniversary of the show's debut on NBC, and a 2015 skit on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" that had Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Tiffani Theissen, Mario Lopez, and Elizabeth Berkley (along with Dennis Haskins) reprise their characters on the show. Dustin Diamond later stated that he did not want to participate in the Saved By The Bell reunions.
Diamond became a figure of controversy in the mid to late-2000's because of three major events where he came across negatively: an alleged sex tape involving two women, an appearance on the VH1 show "Celebrity Fit Club" where he clashed with the other contestants and the show's hosts, and his 2009 tell-all book "Behind the Bell" where he talked about being mistreated and shunned by the rest of the SBTB cast. Diamond later claimed that none of those events were based in reality, saying that he faked his participation in the sex tape by having an anonymous man provide a "stunt penis" to film it, that he was recruited and scripted to be the VH1 show's villain to help ratings, and that the book was written by a ghostwriter hired by a cut-rate Montreal-based publishing house who took Diamond's non-specific notes and made up fictional accounts to fill out the manuscript.
His father is of Ashkenazi Jewish descent. His mother had English, Irish, and Scottish ancestry. Dustin's maternal grandmother's family has lived in the American South for many generations.
Keeping busy making guest appearances on television, movies and selling out colleges and comedy clubs around the country as a stand up comic.
Trying to sell 30,000 T-shirts at $15-$20 each, by the end of June 2006, in order to save his $250,000 Wisconsin home, that he purchased on contract. [June 2006]
Working as a stand-up comedian. 
Performing in Winnipeg at Rumours Comedy Club as a stand up comedian. [August 2004]
His first child was miscarried as a result of a ectopic pregnancy. [December 2004]
Currently lives in Port Washington, Wisconsin. [April 2005]
Release of his book, "Behind the Bell". [September 2009]
Set up The Dustin Diamond Foundation after the loss of his first child. The foundation helps to support organizations that care for children. 
On BBC Three he was listed in their Top 100 Annoying People List of 2006.
In the May 2006 issue of Stuff magazine, readers voted Diamond the third most annoying former child actor that they would like to punch in the face.
His girlfriend Jennifer suffered a miscarriage of their first child in December 2004 due to an ectopic pregnancy. They later created the Dustin Diamond foundation, which supports organizations that specialize in child care.
Ranked #16 in VH1's list of the 100 Greatest Kid Stars
Plays bass in the band Salty the Pocketknife.
Has a black belt in karate.
Noted fan of professional wrestling and he has a side gig as a professional wrestler for an independent promotion in Wisconsin. Has also made televised appearances as a fan on WWE programming.
When all is said and done I'm going to look back on my career . . . and I'm going to be proud of it all.
Screech and I have a lot in common. We are both strange, funny, interested in computers, good at chess, and chick magnets.
I hope people stop remembering me as Screech and remember me as Dustin Diamond. I think my stand-up routine is helping that.
A lot of people do stand-up comedy in hopes of landing a television series. Well, I'm just the opposite. I've already had a TV series and now I'm doing stand-up. If this doesn't work, soon I'll be doing security with Gary Coleman.
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