Danielle Fahiya is an Actress, Writer and Model from Cardiff and based between Cardiff and London. Her passion for peformance started when she began ballroom classes aged 3, leading to singing and acting lessons. Her mixed ethnicity includes Jordanian, Argentinian, Welsh and German.
During her teenage years she became a member of Sherman Youth Theatre and Llanover Hall Arts Youth Theatre companies based in Cardiff and performed in many productions including the ensemble for ‘Christmas Crackers’ with The Sherman Theatre Company in 2000.
Training and tuition includes: ASFI Screen course MN Academy London, The Poor School London, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and Scriptwriting through Bridgend College South Wales.
Danielle’s most recent role was playing the lead role of Spring in RATS- Rose Against The System at the Wales Millennium Centre in June 2017. Other credits include work on TV, Theatre as well as several on going writing projects, including ‘The Work Programme ‘ a charity based political comedy inspired by true events.
The Work Programme was debuted at Cardiff Fringe Theatre Festival in 2016 and is being further developed. Danielle is a regular reviewer for Arts Scene in Wales and works professionally as a commercial/photographic model. She is also a classically trained singer with a degree in Modern History & Politics.