|Born||in Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Birth Name||Danielle Nicole Bisutti|
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Danielle Bisutti is a BAFTA Award-nominated actress, singer-songwriter, writer, producer, and director. As a thespian, Bisutti has distinguished herself by bringing a wide range of diverse characters to life. Recent credits include the Norse Goddess "Freya" in Sony PlayStation's top-grossing video game God of War which has won over 190 "Game of the Year" awards and 5 BAFTA Awards including "Best Game" in 2019; the ominous "Ms. Grey" in Nanny Killer for Lifetime and recurring as "Hexela" on BUYtv's new hit comedy Dwight in Shining Armor set for Netflix in Fall 2019. Film credits include top grossing Sony Pictures' cult favorite Insidious: Chapter 2 (receiving rave reviews: "Bisutti's performance as [Mother of Parker Crane] the younger version of the Bride in Black is a most elegant personification of evil."), Starring in Universal Studio's Curse of Chucky, Michael Rosenbaum's indie comedy Back in the Day, Lionsgate's Venice Underground with Eric Mabius, The Neighbor with Matthew Modine, and the lead in Lionsgate's faith-based film, No Greater Love. Danielle's character "Dana Gallagher" debuted on the season finale of Shonda Rhimes' new ABC law drama For the People. Other TV credits include recurring and guest starring roles on: Matador for Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network, Parks & Recreation, Anger Management, Grey's Anatomy, Mom, Last Man Standing, CSI Miami, NCIS, NCIS LA, Criminal Minds, Dr. Ken, Castle, Hot in Cleveland, Newsreaders, 90210, Rizzoli & Isles, Beauty and the Beast, Body of Proof, Leverage, Bones, Cold Case, Two and a Half Men, Boston Legal, Without A Trace, Raising the Bar and The O.C. Bisutti is perhaps best known for her series regular role as "Amanda Cantwell" opposite Keke Palmer on the hit Nickelodeon series True Jackson, VP. Recent theatre credits include originating the role of "Diane" in the new musical Hipster Sweatshop at the Rockwell. Others include Sheila in Potawatomi HAIR Tribe, which traveled from California to perform at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago followed by a five-week run at The New Athenaeum Theatre, Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Maggie in Boy's Life, Yelena in Uncle Vanya, Victoria/Jane in Noel Coward's Tonight at 8:30, Fastrada in Pippin, and Ophelia in Hamlet. In 2015, Danielle created "Perfect Timing Productions" to write, produce and direct her original projects. She co-wrote and produced an original TV comedy series called Mood Swings for PureFlix premiering in Spring 2019. Her short film Little May won the Fade In Awards Grand Prize and is set to shoot in late Spring 2019. Other original projects include TV pilots: Still Single, Imbiland, and feature films projects: The Fort and The Rebound. As a singer-songwriter, Danielle has placed her original songs in feature films including: Venice Underground, April Moon, In the Presence of, Shadowheart, and theme song Heaven for indie feature City of... which was used by choreographer Ray Leeper and danced by Kupono and Marko from So You Think You Can Dance for the 19th Annual Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards. Desert AIDS Project She received a Los Angeles Music Award for Best Female Singer-Songwriter. Glimmer was nominated for AAA Album of the Year and her song In Passing has received Unanimous Choice Recipient Award for Independent AC Single of the Year. Music Connection Magazine has featured Danielle in its Hot 100 Unsigned Artists list. Danielle sings and plays piano, guitar and ukulele with her jazz band Midnight Velvet, interweaving jazz and blues standards in their smooth, inventive way and reinterpret songs from the Great American Songbook to modern day rock-pop classics a la the vintage style of Postmodern Jukebox. Annually Danielle sings on stage with rock n' roll legends at the Venice Beach Sign Holiday Lighting ceremony, past artists: Al Jardine of The Beach Boys and Andy Summers of The Police. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Danielle received her Bachelor of Arts at California State University at Fullerton, with extended voice training and singing lessons at U.C. Irvine. She continued her studies with Eric Kline at Film Actor's Workshop, Larry Moss, Lesly Kahn and Shari Shaw Studios. She studied producing, directing, and screenwriting at The Hollywood Film Institute with Dov Simens, ScreenwritingU and Screenwriter University at The Writer's Store. She continues to improv at Upright Citizens Brigade and is a pro-member at Film Independent. While attending CSUF, she received several nominations for the Irene Ryan Best Actress Award and took runner-up at The Lincoln Center Theatre in NYC.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Jordyn Borczon, Persona PR