Diane Hegarty is a co-founder of Satan Church, which she co-founded with longtime partner Anton LaVey.
|Born||July 10, 1942|
|Other names||Diane LaVey, Diana Hall|
|Known for||Church of Satan|
|Board member of||Chairperson of Graphological Society of San Francisco for 10 years, a member GSSF for over 25 and AHAF (American Handwriting Analysis Foundation)|
|Spouse(s)||Anton LaVey (common-law marriage 1960–1984)|
|IMDb||Diane Hegarty's IMDb|
Known as a founder and High Priestess of the Church of Satan, this controversial religious figure compiled and edited many of her church's doctrines, including The Devil's Notebook, The Satanic Bible, and The Satanic Witch.
She served for a decade as Chair of San Francisco's Graphological Society.
Her church came under fire and was forced to defend itself during the fundamentalist Christian-spurred Satanic Ritual Abuse panic of the 1980s.
Her more than two-decade-long relationship with Church of Satan co-founder Anton LaVey resulted in a daughter named Zeena. She and LaVey later raised their grandson, Stanton Zaharoff.
Christian televangelist Bob Larson was one of her church's greatest critics.
- Satan Church
- The graphic house
- The American LaVeyan satellites
- Satanist religious leaders
- Female religious leaders
Latest information about Diane Hegarty updated on February 27 2021.