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Overview (2)

Born in Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Danielle Turchiano is Danielle Turchiano is a Los Angeles-based freelance Writer/Producer who has worked on dozens of independent film, television, commercial, and web-based projects. She is also a published author.

Described by her friends, family, co-workers and even virtual strangers as driven, ambitious, and a self-starter, Danielle has always believed very strongly in taking charge of her own life and making things happen for herself. Therefore, after she graduated from USC with a degree in Cinema-Television, she didn't want to settle for just another entry-level gig, and decided to try her hand at freelance producing. While in school she spent time interning and PAing with shows such as "Good Day LA," "On-Air With Ryan Seacrest," and "Ellen: The Ellen Degeneres Show," as well as producing local public access television through the campus TV station (Trojan Vision TV8) and was eager to show the industry what she could do with more responsibility and under more pressure.

Danielle spent three years dividing her time between Script Supervising some projects and producing others of her own. But in 2008 she began freelance writing for a number of online entertainment publications. She turned her attention to original online content full time in 2010, utilizing her production expertise to produce video interview packages and original social media content, in addition to her written features. She has contributed to Starpulse, the LA division of Examiner, Celebuzz, MTV News, SSN Insider, and The Hollywood Reporter, to name a few.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Danielle

Trivia (5)

Debut novel, "Stars in their Eyes," a tale of sort-of love and semi-fame for a young soap star in LA, based on her original television pilot of the same name was published in November 2007.
Her second book, a pop culture memoir entitled "My Life, Made Possible by Pop Culture" based on her blog of the same name, was published in August 2010.
LA TV Insider, Examiner [January 2010]
Her third book, "pseudonym: a novel," a young adult coming-of-age story set just after September 11, 2001, was published in January 2014.
Started writing for The Hollywood Reporter in December 2014.

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