Growing up in the Aspen valley, Danielle got an early start in front of the camera, as her mother was a photographer and constantly had her lens ready in search of the most authentic, deeply human pictures. Filming commercials at a young age, Danielle also grew up riding horses and became a National Rodeo Champion by the age of 13. After playing volleyball, basketball and soccer in high school Danielle pursued a full time career in Olympic Style Taekwondo, and in 1999 won her first international gold medal in Barcelona Spain and also made a bid for the 2000 Olympic Team.
In the summer of 2012, Danielle was cast in her first feature film, Teddy Boy, directed and written by Sean J.S. Jourdan and produced by Meryem Ersoz. Prior, she has appeared in several short films, including Push, an official selection of the 2011 Festivus Film Festival, as well as For Better or For Worse. She also made her stage debut in 2011 at the Vintage Theatre in Denver, Colorado in Dinner with Friends for the BDS Showcase.
Danielle was most recently cast in the Colorado-based, independent thriller, Table 47, a noted screenplay written by Michael Brody and directed by Jeff Kingery. The movie is currently in post-production.