Danielle Vasinova is a high-spirited actress of Czech, Cherokee, and English decent known for her colorful action-adventure roles. She has worked on severa films including the action/thriller Red Dead, from the makers of the popular sci-fi television series, Z Nation.
She previously starred in the indie thriller To Hell With A Bullet, written and directed by Vick Wright. She has also appeared in the features Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star, from Columbia Pictures, starring Nick Swardson and Christina Ricci, and Should’ve Been Romeo directed by Marc Bennett, starring Paul Ben-Victor, Ed Asner and Carol Kane. Her other credits include guest- starring roles on numerous series including the critically-acclaimed show Dexter followed by Rules of Engagement, The Philanthropist, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Nip Tuck, That 70’s Show, Friends, The Practice, Hostage Do or Die for The Discovery Channel, and The Young And The Restless.
She also appeared in the F/X telefilm Alabama, and starred in the award-winning short White Trash Noir at The Action Film Festival. Vasinova was born in Connecticut and is of Czech, English, Irish, and Native American descent. She began her modeling career at the age of 14 when a talent scout approached her at a local mall when she was performing in a cheerleading competition for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). She was inspired to follow in the footsteps of her grandmother, who was an actress in Prague. Vasinova holds a Bachelors Degree in Communication Sciences from the University of Connecticut, and later studied drama with Robert Carnegie of Playhouse West, Margie Haber and Ivana Chubbuck. When she isn’t in front of the camera, Vasinova is an avid equestrian – specializing in hunter/jumper, dressage, and western. She also studies the martial arts form Wushu, and is well trained in swordplay, gun work, and motorcycle riding.