Born in the fall of 1987 in Georgia, Danielle began acting as a child in community theater productions. Following graduation from high school at 14 years old, Danielle pursued acting full time out West. She managed to also pursue university studies at UCLA (graduating at 19 with an English degree) while working on shows like “CSI” and “Malcolm in the Middle.”
It was the series “The Guardian” which earned Danielle a Young Artist Award. Eventually, graduating from Disney fare such as “Stuck in the Suburbs,” Danielle was part of the fantastic cast of “Empire Falls” on HBO. After 38 episodes as James Woods’ daughter on “Shark,” Danielle played another daughter role for Kevin Costner in “Mr. Brooks” in 2007. She’s giving horror a try in 2009 as Jena in the updated “Friday the 13th” produced by Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes studio.
Danielle Panabaker in GQ
Danielle on the Web
Danielle Panabaker at Maxim
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TV Guide: Danielle Panabaker
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Suicide Girls Interview
Chat with Ryan on “Friday the 13th.”
“Mr. Brooks” Interview
Danielle on working with Kevin Costner.
Danielle Panabaker: My Bloody Valentine
GQ profiles the new scream queen with a duo of photos.
Danielle on Video
“Friday the 13th” Interview
Danielle works the press circuit for the horror remake.
“Pirates of the Caribbean 3: At World’s End” Premiere
Danielle stops to give some words at the premiere of the third “Pirates” film.
Danielle on “Eli Stone”
Clip of Danielle’s appearance on “Eli Stone.”
Danielle on the Screen
Danielle found steady TV work early on, appearing on such shows as “The Bernie Mac Show,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” “CSI,” and “The Guardian” before appearing in such TV movies as “Stuck in the Suburbs,” “Searching for David’s Heart,” “Mom at Sixteen,” and “Empire Falls.” She’s Phoebe North in “Yours, Mine and Ours,” Jane in “Mr. Brooks,” Bridgette in “Home of the Giants,” and Jenna in “Friday the 13th.”
Following “Friday the 13th,” Danielle will appear in “Weakness,” a dramedy from Michael Melamedoff.
“I'd love to be able to multiply because then I could be in lots of different places at once. One of me could be sitting here, one of me could still be in bed and one could be vacationing in Hawaii. Just be lots of places at once."