ZennaWolfe Legacy Films is co-owned and operated by Diana von Welanetz Wentworth, Kate Zenna, and David Wolfe. Diana serves as the main point of contact and as client concierge from the first meeting all the way to the delivery of your Legacy Film. Kate Zenna is the on-set Director and works with our clients to insure that each person comes across beautifully on film. David Wolfe is the Producer in charge of the production crew and maintains oversight of all the many details that are necessary to bring our clients and their family a feature length film and unforgettable experience.
Diana von Welanetz Wentworth
Diana von Welanetz Wentworth is the author of eight best-selling and award-winning books and is the co-author of two books in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. Film rights to her romantic memoir, Send Me Someone, were purchased by the Lifetime Network. With her late husband Paul von Welanetz, Diana hosted a long-running television series and founded the Inside Edge (www.InsideEdge.org), a weekly breakfast forum in Southern California that has showcased and helped launch the careers of many of the most celebrated authors and speakers of our time. Progressive business leaders still gather at the Inside Edge to discuss new ideas in psychology, science, global issues, success strategies, spiritual awareness, and the arts.
A beloved storyteller, Diana is an international keynote speaker at women’s meetings, writers’ conferences, and on cruise ships. As a certified life coach who specializes in “refire-ment”and legacy, she supports clients in reinvigorating their lives and careers, and in writing the books they've dreamed of writing. Her 11th book, Expect Magic!, will be published in 2019. Diana lives in Southern California, with her husband Ted Wentworth.
Diana's many books include The Pleasure of Your Company (winner of the “Cookbook of the Year” Award), Celebrations: Menus for Entertaining, and The von Welanetz Guide to Ethnic Ingredients, long considered THE classic reference work on the ingredients of the world.
Kate Zenna is an established actor, singer for electro-pop band, Pointe Claire, and a Canadian Academy Award nominee who has worked with many of the entertainment industry’s most recognizable stars. Kate’s broad talents have been seen in such film and TV series as Chicago, A&E’s Nero Wolfe, Showtime’s Queer as Folk and Street Time, ABC’s Brothers and Sisters, CBS’ Eleventh Hour, Steven Spielberg’s series Extant and ABC Family/Freeform’s hit drama The Fosters. Kate is also the star of CBC/EOne's family drama, Port Hope. Kate has played opposite stars including Timothy Hutton, Susan Sarandon, Matthew Modine, Rufus Sewell, Rob Lowe, Kerry Washington, Rob Morrow and Mena Suvari. Directors she has worked with or who have recognized her work include Paul Haggis, Peter Medak, Johnny Kalangis, Frank Pierson, Jeremiah Chechik and Rob Marshall.
Kate Zenna has co-authored two books, is the co-founder of ZennaWolfe Media, a production company specializing in Legacy Film Production and on-camera performance for camera-shy clients, and she is co-founder of The Responsible Artist for those who may not be camera-shy, but are MONEY-shy. Kate also hosts a weekly, live radio show on iHubRadio.com - "The Good Life with Kate Zenna."
David Wolfe, CPA, is the Founder and President of the software consulting firm Lupine Partners. He formed ZennaWolfe Media with Kate Zenna in 2014. ZennaWolfe provides presentation improvement services to business professionals using working actors as coaches. Additionally, David served as an Executive Producer on the documentary films Esperanza and Casa Hogar. He received a Telly award for both films.
David is the author of 5 books ranging from the software industry to helping business executives perform more authentically in front of the camera, to helping actors and other artists become more 'responsible' in all areas of their professional lives.