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{{Character
'''Darla Diller''', played by Sharon Case, was a recurring character introduced in [[Beverly Hills, 90210]], the first series of the [[Beverly Hills, 90210 continuity|''Beverly Hills, 90210'' continuity]], appearing in season 1.
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|occupation = Senior at [[West Beverly Hills High School|West Beverly]]
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|romances = [[Roger Azarian]]
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|actor = Sharon Case
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|first = [[April Is The Cruelest Month]]
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}}'''Darla Diller''' is a character in [[Season 1]] of ''[[Beverly Hills, 90210]]''. She is portrayed by Sharon Case.
   
Darla was one of the most popular girls at [[West Beverly Hills High School]] in season one. She was first seen as portraying the fictional Janine, a character in the screenplay written by [[Roger Azarian]], who doubled as Robert.
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== Character ==
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Darla is one of the most popular girls at [[West Beverly Hills High School]]. She is first seen portraying the fictional "Janine", a character in the screenplay written by [[Roger Azarian]], who doubled as "Robert". Later, Darla was seen as the object of desire for [[Steve Sanders]]. Steve asked her to go to the spring dance, but she wouldn't go with him because she didn't like his Corvette.
Later, however, Darla was seen as the object of desire for [[Steve Sanders]]. Steve asked her to go to the spring dance, but she wouldn't go with him because she didn't like his Corvette.
 
[[Category:Beverly Hills, 90210 Characters]]
 
[[Category:Characters]]
 

Revision as of 09:09, September 9, 2019

Darla Diller is a character in Season 1 of Beverly Hills, 90210. She is portrayed by Sharon Case.

Character

Darla is one of the most popular girls at West Beverly Hills High School. She is first seen portraying the fictional "Janine", a character in the screenplay written by Roger Azarian, who doubled as "Robert". Later, Darla was seen as the object of desire for Steve Sanders. Steve asked her to go to the spring dance, but she wouldn't go with him because she didn't like his Corvette.

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