Dayna Delux was born in a small town in East Texas and moved to Dallas in 1977. She got her start through pageants and a modeling troupe in Dallas. She traveled around doing fashion shows, mannequin modeling, print, and floor modeling for different companies. In that time she taught runway and mannequin modeling as well coordinating many of the shows.
At an audition in 1992, she was chosen to go to Peter Sklars acting camp in Pennsylvania where she spent a week learning from several professionals as well as a diction coach, which helped her lose her southern “twang”. After the camp, she spent a month in New York doing commercials and performing at Circle in the Square theatre.
She returned home and signed with the Campbell agency for a year. She did commercials and extra roles in films. Her interest in modeling and acting led to her interest in makeup — and she spent the next couple of years perfecting her skills as a makeup artist. Dayna worked for many companies and slowly moved into freelancing with photographers which led her back in front of the camera. Modeling now occupies the majority of her time.
She loves what she does and has worked with some wonderful people along the way. Her talent and skills continue to grow as her career continues to progress. A little more personal information . . . she has a strong character, is ambitious, and strives to be a better person. Her goal is to progress as far as she can in this business and pursue an acting career as well. Dayna loves hot rods and claims that she will, one day, own her 1934 Ford dream car.