Danielle Cormack


Danielle Cormack is one of New Zealand’s most talented actresses. She has received a Best actress award at the Fantasporto International Film Festival 2000 in Portugal for her role in Siam Sunset. She has also received a Best Actress award at the NZ Film &Television Awards in 1997 for her role in Topless Women Talk About Their Lives. Furthermore, Danielle was a finalist in the Best Actress category at the Nokia NZ Film Awards in 1999 and 2000.

Danielle’s film credits include lead roles in the films The Price of Milk, Via Satellite, Channelling Baby, Topless Women Talk About Their Lives and Siam Sunset.

Danielle’s television credits include roles in Xena: Warrior Princess, Cleopatra 2525, Hercules, Montana Sunday Theatre, and Shortland Street.

Most recently Danielle appeared in Auckland Theatre Company’s sellout play, The Vagina Monologues.

She has also performed for Auckland Theatre Company in A Streetcar Named Desire, The Blue Room, Arcadia and The Learner’s Stand. Other theatre roles include Trainspotting and a touring season of East (Wellington, Auckland, and Zurich).