Diana is a fictional character in the 1983 science fiction television film "V". She is played by actress Jane Badler.
Diana is depicted as the leader of the alien race known as the Visitors, who come to Earth posing as benevolent ambassadors, but are actually intent on invading and enslaving the planet. Diana is depicted as being beautiful, charismatic, and cunning, and she is depicted as having a cold and calculating demeanor, with a deep desire for power and control.
Throughout the film, Diana proves to be a formidable adversary, and she is depicted as being willing to do whatever it takes to achieve her goals, including using her powers of manipulation and persuasion to turn humans to her side. Despite her evil intent, Diana's character is depicted as being a complex and layered individual, with moments of vulnerability and doubt, and she is depicted as being torn between her loyalty to her own kind and her own desires. Jane Badler's performance as Diana is notable for its intensity, elegance, and sex appeal, and she brings a touch of glamour and excitement to the film's dark and thrilling world of alien invasion and resistance.