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City Street

Actor, Singer,




Danielle DeCrette is a seasoned entertainment professional and emerging playwright - a card-carrying member of the Actor's Equity Association and the Dramatists Guild of America.


Just weeks after she drove her loaded U-Haul to New York City, at the age crazy age of eighteen, Danielle landed her first singing gig. At a lovely cocktail bar dubbed Manhattan, she spent her evenings as a songbird and server. A week shy of her nineteenth birthday, she went on the road in a European tour of Showboat, ultimately taking over the role of Ellie.


Her Broadway Tours include: Anything Goes with Leslie Uggams, A Funny Thing Happened...with Mickey Rooney, and David Merrick’s 42nd Street. Danielle’s favorite roles in regional theatre include Lizzie in Baby, Rosamund in The Robber Bridegroom, and Cassie in A Chorus Line.

More recently - during the pandemic - Danielle stays busy acting in films, episodic work, commercials, and print ads. Her episode on Discovery + premiered February 2021, and she will soon be seen as one of Maybelline’s New York “Women,” in a tutorial with Erin Parsons. You might also find her popping up on your Instagram or other social media, magazines, and bus stop ads for a myriad of products.


Danielle’s multi-generational play, Sadie’s Day, was one of two plays selected for Will Geer’s Botanical Theatricum Seedling’s series in Los Angeles in the summer of 2019. A second reading was graciously hosted by The Dramatists Guild in December 2020.


While finishing her college degree and raising her kids, Danielle spent several years as a communications and event consultant and is honored to have partnered with many arts organizations and educational institutions. She specialized in creating high-profile, strategic engagements featuring artists, boards and C-level executives, celebrities, government officials, philanthropists, and world leaders.


Even before Danielle earned her bachelor’s degree, she was implementing the communications plan for the annual Rockefeller Center Tree Lighting Ceremony and overseeing NYU School of Law conferences attended by the likes of President Bill Clinton, Prime Minister Tony Blair, and justices of the U.S. Supreme Court, including her idols Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


Danielle feels lucky to be picking up gigs during this challenging time, and can’t wait to get back on stage. Just prior to the pandemic, she was cast in a new musical and believes it will still be alive and kicking when we can all safely return to our beloved venues.


Danielle lives in New York City with her husband and three teenage daughters.

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