Born and raised just outside of Boston in the small town of Lynnfield, Massachusetts, Danielle Dilorenzo has always stood out from the crowd. A star athlete from a very early age, competing in gymnastics, playing varsity soccer, and breaking school records in track and field, Danielle was never one to back down from a challenge. At only sixteen years old, Danielle was selected to represent the United States at the World Gothia Cup International Soccer Tournament, competing among the world's best players in Germany, Sweden and Austria. Throughout high school she also worked with the Ford Modeling Agency doing fashion shows in the Boston area.
After graduating from Northeastern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and a minor in theater, Danielle moved to Florida, where she worked in medical sales for the Wound Technology Network. It was during this time that Danielle's life would take an unexpected turn in a new and exciting direction.
While in Las Vegas on vacation with friends in 2006, Danielle was approached by a casting director from CBS who asked her to audition to be a contestant on the popular reality series, Survivor. Two weeks later, Danielle was on a plane to Panama with absolutely no clue what she had gotten herself in to. Her competitive nature quickly took hold, however, and she managed to place second in Exile Island Season 12, gaining enough popularity with fans to be invited back in 2010 for the Heroes vs. Villains All-Star show, in which she was ranked 7th.
With a boost of confidence from her success on Survivor, Danielle took the plunge and moved to Los Angeles in 2006 to pursue her lifelong love of acting. Throwing herself completely into her craft, Danielle began training, studying at such respected schools as Warner Loughlin Studios and Hot House Improv, and with coaches Marjo-rikka Makela, Eric Honeycutt, and Ivana Chubbuck.
It wasn't long before all of her hard work began to pay off, and Danielle began landing lead roles in features such as the dark horror-thriller Armynel, the gritty drama 180, The Black Russian, shot in fall 2012 in Mumbai, India.
And in 2013, Danielle completed work in a co-starring role in the indie feature Sprawl, alongside Michael Madsen and Jennifer Taylor, which has been picked up for nationwide theatrical distribution.
Danielle has also branched out into the realm of the internet, landing a lead role of Kenzie Collins in the dramatic web series River Ridge. Danielle also regularly auditions for commercials and most recently booked and shot a Lowes national commercial that will start airing soon.
Danielle is thrilled to be hosting Epic Adventures and joining the Epic Adventures team and as we like to say, it's going to be Epic!
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