Danielle Braund is a multitalented actor, based out of Vancouver, BC. She has been acting and performing from a young age, participating in a myriad of local theatre productions. She acquired a BFA from University of Lethbridge, and pursued a career in music. After opening for such legends as Boyz II Men, and Sean Kingston, she switched gears to focus on acting. Since then, she has studied at Ivana Chubbuck studio, Margie Haber studio, The Groundings and UCB in Los Angeles. Returning to Vancouver she has continued honing her craft. In 2017 she wrote, produced and starred in a one-woman show in The Vancouver Fringe Festival to packed houses. She recently co-starred in Ladies Don’t Wear Slacks, which went on to be an Official Covellite Film Festival selection and nominated for best short film at the Run N Gun festival. She was the lead in the Rode Film Competition Finalist short film Stalled. Recently she co-wrote her first short film with Meeshelle Neal which was a ScreenCraft Film Fund Quarter Finalist.