Danielle Bisutti is an actress, singer-songwriter, writer, producer, and director whose current projects include: TV Pilot "Late Bloomers (The Chloe & Sage Chronicles)", TV Pilot "ImbiLand", and the character-driven indie film "The Fort" set to shoot in Spring of 2017. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Bisutti attended California State University Fullerton, where she received a BA in Acting and Musical Theatre, she studies improvisation at Upright Citizens Brigade and is a pro-member of Film Independent.
As an actress, Danielle has made a name for herself with the diverse characters she has brought to life in film and television. In 2013, Bisutti received rave reviews for her role in top grossing Sony Pictures' and FilmDistrict film "Insidious Chapter 2" as the 'Mother of Parker Crane'. Critics took notice; one saying 'the performance of Danielle Bisutti as the younger version of the Bride in Black is a most elegant personification of evil." In addition to this film, Bisutti also starred in Universal Studios Home Entertainment's "Curse of Chucky" as "Barb," and Michael Rosenbaum's indie comedy "Back in the Day." Some of her other film credits include Lionsgate's Venice Underground (Eric Mabius), First Look Home Entertainment's The Neighbor (Matthew Modine), and Lionsgate's No Greater Love. On the television front, Bisutti has guest starred and recurred on some of the biggest series on TV today, including "Matador" for Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network, "Parks & Recreation" for NBC "Anger Management" for FX, "Grey's Anatomy" for ABC, "Last Man Standing" for ABC, "CSI Miami" for CBS, "NCIS," "NCIS LA", "Criminal Minds", "Castle", "Hot in Cleveland", "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." to name a few. However, she may best known for her starring role as the uptight yet lovable fashion diva 'Amanda Cantwell' opposite Keke Palmer on the hit Nickelodeon series "True Jackson, VP" from 2008-2011.
While attending CSUF, she was nominated several times for "Best Actress" in the Irene Ryan Competition and took runner-up at The Lincoln Center Theatre in NYC. Michael Butler (the original Broadway producer of Hair 1968) fell in love with the 'Potawatomi HAIR tribe' in which Bisutti played the leading role of 'Sheila' and brought the California-based cast and production to Chicago to perform at the Democratic National Convention along with a five-week run at The New Athenaeum Theatre. Bisutti's other theatre credits include: 'Reno Sweeny' in Anything Goes, 'Maggie' in Boy's Life, 'Yelena' in Uncle Vanya, 'Victoria/Jane' in Noel Coward's Tonight at 8:30, 'Fastranda' in Pippin, and 'Ophelia' in Hamlet.
As a singer-songwriter and musician, Danielle has placed several of her original songs in such Feature Films as: Venice Underground, April Moon, In the Presence of, the love theme for Shadowheart, and theme song Heaven for indie feature City of... in which she starred as the lead. She has 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. She co-wrote musical themes for her TV Pilot "Late Bloomers" and is Music Supervisor for "The Fort" in which she will place two original songs: "Sideways" and "Daddy Learn a Gentle Way of Talking", a co-write with her producing partner Di Barker and musician Chelsea Dohemann.
Name: Danielle Bisutti
Known for: Insidious: Chapter 2
BirthDay: 01, Oct ,1976