While attending CSUF, she received several nominations for the Irene Ryan Best Actress Award and took runner-up at The Lincoln Center Theatre in NYC. She studied
producing, directing, and screenwriting at The Hollywood Film Institute with Dov Simens, ScreenwritingU and Screenwriter University at The Writer’s Store. She continued her studies with Eric Kline at Film Actor’s Workshop, Larry Moss, Lesly Kahn, and Shari Shaw Studios, and improv at Upright Citizens Brigade.
Danielle’s original songs have been placed in films: Venice Underground, April Moon, In the Presence of, Shadowheart, and theme song Heaven for indie feature City of… which
she performed live at the 19th Annual Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards Desert AIDS Project accompanying dancers Kupono and Marko from So You Think You Can Dance
with with choreography by Ray Leeper. She received a Los Angeles Music Award for “Best Female Singer-Songwriter.” Her album “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. Annually Danielle sings on stage with rock’n’roll legends at the Venice Beach Sign Holiday Lighting ceremony, past artists: Al Jardine of The Beach Boys and Andy Summers of The Police. Danielle sings and plays piano, guitar and ukulele with her band Midnight Velvet, interweaving jazz and blues standards in their smooth, inventive way and reinterpret songs from the Great American Songbook to modern day rock-pop classics a la the vintage style of Postmodern Jukebox. Danielle received her Bachelor of Arts at California State University at Fullerton graduating Magna Cum Laude with a double emphasis on Acting and Musical Theatre.
While attending CSUF, she received several nominations for the Irene Ryan Best Actress Award and took runner-up at The Lincoln Center Theatre in NYC. She continued her studies with Eric Kline at Film Actor’s Workshop, Larry Moss, Lesly Kahn and Shari Shaw Studios and improv at Upright Citizens Brigade.
Danielle Bisutti is a Los Angeles born and raised Emmy Award winning and BAFTA Award nominated actress, writer, producer, director and singer-songwriter. As a thespian, Bisutti has distinguished herself by bringing a wide range of diverse characters to life.
Danielle was nominated for a BAFTA for her performance as The Norse Goddess “Freya” in Sony PlayStation’s top grossing video-game God of War, which won unanimous “Game of the Year” awards and 5 BAFTA Awards including “Best Game” in 2019 and reprised the role in God of War Ragnarök 2023 nominated for 10 Game Awards. She also voiced “Elsa” in Disney’s award-winning video game Dreamlight Valley in 2022. She won a Los Angeles area Emmy Award for her hosting role in Street Music Los Angeles in 2002. Danielle performance captured the role of “Claudia Grimstone” in Madden NFL 21: Face of the Franchise: Rise to Fame 2020, she voiced “Wonder Woman” in The Lego Movie 2 Videogame, she portrayed the ominous “Ms. Grey” in Lifetime’s Nanny Killer, “Dana Gallagher in Shonda Rhimes’ For the People and series regular role as Witch “Hexela” in BUYtv’s Dwight in Shining Armor distributed by Paramount.
Film credits include top grossing Sony Pictures’ cult favorite Insidious: Chapter 2 (receiving rave reviews: “Bisutti’s performance as [Mother of Parker Crane] the younger version of the Bride in Black is a most elegant personification of evil.”), Starring in Universal Studio’s Curse of Chucky, “Norma Steele” in The Blue Rose Executive Produced by Jay Van Hoy, Michael Rosenbaum’s indie comedy Back in the Day, Lionsgate’s Venice Underground with Eric Mabius, The Neighbor with Matthew Modine, “Sofia”in How To Make Her Cheat by Anna Barbara Films and the lead in Lionsgate’s faith-based film, No Greater Love. Bisutti is perhaps best known for her series regular role as”Amanda Cantwell” opposite Keke Palmer on the hit Nickelodeon series True Jackson, VP. Her recurring roles on Matador for Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network, Parks & Recreation, Last Man Standing, CSI Miami, Without A Trace, Raising the Bar and The O.C., Guest Starring roles on Anger Management, Grey’s Anatomy, Mom, NCIS, NCIS LA, Criminal Minds, Dr. Ken, Castle, Hot in Cleveland, Newsreaders, 90210, Rizzoli & Isles, Beauty and the Beast, Body of Proof, Leverage, Bones, Cold Case, Two and a Half Men and Boston Legal. Notable Theater credits include originating the role of
“Diane” in the new musical Hipster Sweatshop at the Rockwell, “Sheila” in the musical HAIR Potawanami Tribe performed at the Democratic National Convention 1996 in
Chicago followed by a 5 week tour at The New Athenaeum Theatre, Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Maggie in Boy’s Life, Yelena in Uncle Vanya, Victoria in Noel Coward’s
Tonight at 8:30, Fastrada in Pippin, and Ophelia in Hamlet.
As a Writer, Producer, and Director Danielle Bisutti’s company, Perfect Timing Productions’, current projects include: Mood Swings a TV comedy series for PureFlix 2019, and short film Little May “Official Selection” of Academy Award qualifying LA Shorts International Film Festival and Fade In Awards Grand Jury Prize “Best Short Script” in 2019. Projects in post-production include: Damsels a dark comedy web-series premiering on Amazon Prime in Winter 2021 and Song of the Valkyrie a fantasy music video inspired by her role as “Freya” in God of War premiering in the Fall 2022; Projects in development include TV pilots: Wonderland, and feature films projects: The Fort, The Christmas Rebound, Distort(Ed) and Alexis. Current projects in pre-production include psychological thriller, horror, suspense drama feature film, Wake Me filming in Chattanooga, Tennessee August 2022. Danielle received her Bachelor of Arts at California State University at Fullerton graduating Magna Cum Laude with a double emphasis on Acting and Musical Theatre.