Danielle Savre was born in Simi Valley, California, USA as Danielle Kathleen Savre. She is an actress, known for Boogeyman 2 (2007), Bring It On: All or Nothing (2006) and The X-Files (1993).
Danielle Savre was born with a passion for the performing arts. This California native has a deep understanding of the industry and has performed as an actress, singer and producer over the years.
Danielle quickly gained attention for her stand out roles in NBC’s smash hit Heroes and as the rock star lead in MTV’s Kaya. Later on she starred as the lead in CW’s Supernatural spin off Bloodlines and in the RJ Cutler directed pilot Four Stars for CBS. Danielle most recently played the leading character of Anna in Tyler Perry’s Too Close to Home and will next be starring as one of the leads in ABC’s Untitled Grey’s Anatomy Spin Off Station 19 set to premiere March 22nd.
Other notable roles include her multi-episode arc in season seven of Blue Bloods, Brianna in Bring It On All Or Nothing and as the lead in Boogeyman 2 for Ghost House Pictures. Danielle recently completed lead roles in several independent films including Pierre David’s The Perfect Stalker, John Stimpson’s The Wrong Car, H.M. Coakley’s Black List screenplay Adulterers and Gwen Wynn’s Wild About Harry, which won the Best of the Fest award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. In 2018 she will be starring in the film Happily Never After and the sequel to Deep Blue Sea for Warner Brothers pictures.
Danielle has also produced several short films, including Jeff Betancourt’s award winning film Knock Knock, which premiered at the SXSW film festival and has played at 30 film festivals worldwide. Recently she received a best supporting actress nomination for her role in Rowan Maher’s short film Collar at the California Women’s Film Festival.