Daniella Pineda Biography
Daniella Pineda is a Mexican-American actress, writer, and comedian from Oakland, California. He was featured In January 2013 as the witch Sophie for season 4 episode 20 of The CW’s hit series “The Vampire Diaries”. This episode serves as a backdoor pilot for a possible spin-off series, revolving around The Originals and taking place in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Season one of The Originals was set to premiere on 15th October. However, on July 29. 2013, The CW reported that the series premiere would instead air on October 3.2013, following the fifth-season premiere of The Vampire Diaries in order to attract fans of the series. On 10th October 2013, the CW ordered three additional scripts for the series. She was written off as her character was killed off. Daniella has starred in other projects like American Odyssey and The Detour afterward. In January 2017, Pineda was cast in a lead role in the Jurassic World sequel.
he graduated from Mills College. She settles in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Daniella Pineda Age
Daniella Pineda was born 20th February 1987, in Oakland, CA. She is 32 years old as of 2019.
Daniella Pineda Parents
She was born to his parents Eric Klein(DAd) and Patricia Pineda (Mom). She also has one brother Elliot Klein and one sister Anneliese Michaela. At her early age, she has faced many struggles. Her parents had gone through a huge financial crisis. Therefore, her uncle and Aunt have taken care of her.
Daniella Pineda Married
She has not disclosed any information about his relationship. We are going to update the information after we are done with the research.
Daniella Pineda Teeth
Daniella Pineda is one of the most successful Mexican-American actresses in Hollywood. She is most popularly for the beautiful gap that is she wears between her top front teeth.
She has an inked a crazy tattoo on her right shoulder.
Daniella Pineda Tattoos
Daniella Pineda Cowboy | Daniella Pineda 2019
Cowboy Bebop’: John Cho, Mustafa Shakir, Daniella Pineda & Alex Hassell To Star In Netflix Series
2019 Netflix Pilots & Series Orders
Pineda is Faye Valentine, a bold, brash and unpredictable bounty hunter. Suffering from amnesia after years of being cryogenically frozen, Faye does whatever it takes to survive — whether she’s lying, stealing or just being a thorn in Spike and Jet’s side.
Hassell is Vicious, a man who thoroughly enjoys a good kill, He is the Syndicate’s most notorious hitman and also Spike’s ex-partner and archenemy.
Cowboy Bebop is co-produced by Netflix and Tomorrow Studios. Netflix will handle physical production. Midnight Radio’s Appelbaum, Nemec, Pinkner, and Rosenberg executive produce and co-showrun. Marty Adelstein and Becky Clements of Tomorrow Studios also executive produce with Yasuo Miyakawa, Masayuki Ozak and Shin Sasaki of Sunrise Inc; Tetsu Fujimura and Matthew Weinberg. Shinichiro Watanabe serves as consultant.
Cho is repped by UTA, 3 Arts Entertainment and Morris Yorn. Shakir is repped by The Gersh Agency, Robyn Bluestone Management and Schreck Rose Dapello Adams Berlin & Dunham. Pineda is repped by Kirsten Ames Management, UTA and Just Day attorney Isaac Dunham. Hassell, soon to star in Netflix film The Red Sea Diving Resort, is repped by Magnolia Entertainment, The Gersh Agency and United Agents.
She played the role of Sophie Devereaux in the TV series called”The Originals” It is an American television series that started airing on The CW on October 3.2013. Created as a spin-off of The Vampire Diaries, the series follows vampire-werewolf hybrid Klaus Mikaelson as he and his family become embroiled in the supernatural politics of New Orleans.
Daniella Pineda Movies
- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (as Zia Rodriguez) in 2018.
- Before/During/After in 2017.
- Mr. Roosevelt (as Jen) in 2017.
- Sleeping with Other People (as Danica) in 2015.
- The Fitzgerald Family Christmas (as Abbie) in 2012.
- Newlyweds (as Vanessa) in 2011.
Television shows List
- The Detour (as Vanessa Randall) in 2016-present.
- American Odyssey (as Ruby Simms) in 2015.
- The Originals (as Sophie Devereaux) in 2013-2014.
- The Vampire Diaries (as Sophie Devereaux) in 2013.
- Midnight Sun (as Daria Wernham) in 2012.
- Homeland (as Julia Diaz) in 2012.
- CH Originals in 2010-2011.
- Men of a Certain Age (as Kit) in 2010.
Daniella Pineda Detour
Daniella Pineda Joins ‘The Detour’; Courtney Grosbeck In ‘The Player’
The American Odyssey, The Originals has been featured as a series regular in TBS comedy, The Detour. Created by Jason Jones and Samantha Bee, The Detour is inspired by Jones and Bee’s own experiences with family getaways. It follows a couple and their two young kids as they take a road trip to Florida. Jones plays unfiltered dad Nate, who packs his wife, Robin (Natalie Zea), along with their rebellious daughter Delilah (Ashley Gerasimovich) and simpleton son Jared (Liam Carroll), into the family car for what Nate is convinced will be the adventure of a lifetime. Every leg of their trip, however, is fraught with unforeseen disaster as they encounter one hellish turn after another. She, repped by Innovative Artists, Kirsten Ames Management and attorney Isaac Dunham, will play Vanessa, Robin’s obliviously distasteful sister.
Daniella Pineda Actress
In January 2013 it was reported that she was cast as the witch Sophie for season 4 episode 20 of The CW’s hit series The Vampire Diaries. This episode serves as a backdoor pilot for a possible spin-off series, revolving around The Originals and taking place in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Season one of The Originals was set to premiere on 15th October . However, on July 29. 2013, The CW reported that the series premiere would instead air on October 3.2013, following the fifth-season premiere of The Vampire Diaries in order to attract fans of the series. On October 10.2013, the CW ordered three additional scripts for the series, but Pineda’s character was written out of the show as her character was killed off. Daniella has since starred in other projects such as American Odyssey and The Detour.
Daniella Pineda Interview
Yeah, we heard of how much of a coward [Justice Smith’s] character is and that made me really happy, especially when I found out that J.A. keeps screwing with him on set too.
Oh yeah. He’s definitely the little baby minnow both on and off camera. Uh huh.
Now he told us that you’re, the relationship between you two is like very brother-sister and he is always trying to catch up to you and you’re never like letting him. You’re always giving him shit and never letting him like dish it back.
Yeah. Both on camera and off-camera. We do have very much a brother-sister relationship. And the nice thing about having that real relationship with him is like on camera it with our characters, it just makes sense. And yeah, normally it’s you’d have like a, I don’t know if this is a cinematic pattern, but like a wimpy girl and a strong guy and our dynamic is just completely the opposite. It’s the younger, terrified male and the alpha female.
Did you guys have a past together or was it you just met, is the back story of the characters they just met in that Dinosaur Preservation Group?
We assume that Zia and Franklin have both met at the Dinosaur Protection Group. But because of their on-screen friendship, it’s assumed that they have spent a ton of time together and know each other well and are as close as sisterly-brotherly co-workers can be.
They told us that he was like the IT guy but you’re kind of more of a vet and that’s why you go on the trip.
Yes. I’m a paleo vet and I’m more the, he’s more the IT one and I’m more the biology science mind. And my character has, aside from being a paleo vet, there are other additions to my character that are very new to the Jurassic franchise. And it many of us have come to the conclusion that my character is one of the most original when you find out why one of the most original characters to be introduced to the movie. Complex in that there are so many different identities attached to her. And yet closer to real life. So I’ll put it this way, as far as identity goes, I check all the boxes. Yeah.
Now one thing that was really interesting to me that they said and I’m not sure, I think it was Frank that mentioned it, but it was he was saying that your character is like the one that knows the most about dinosaurs but hadn’t seen one until the adventure.
So your character had never gotten the chance to go to even like a Jurassic World or before?
It’s like an astrophysicist, you know everything about space and gas and stars and distance and time and yet you don’t have the privilege to actually go to space. And I think my character is sort of the same thing. It’s like she is the foremost intellectual of dinosaurs amongst all of them. And yet has not had the privilege to come to Isla Nublar and actually be with the dinosaurs.
So that must then give you alike in an instant, just a character based chunk of meat the first time that you do get to see a dinosaur. Because then you have all that back story where you know how much this would mean.
Is there a moment, do you get a moment like that in the movie?
I will say there is sort of a Laura Dern in the Jeep head being moved to the direction of where the goodies are. Yeah.
Nice. And then of course then you’re kind of in the shit with the dinosaurs.
Right. Then I’m like with the dinosaurs.
Then it becomes a less hypothetical and like more like oh yeah, these are real animals and dangerous.
Totally. But I think the nice thing about my character is she knows exactly what she’s getting into. And even though she hasn’t had firsthand experience with the animals, she knows what’s up. Yeah.
Were you a big fan of the franchise growing up?
Yes. So it was one of the few VHS’s that I had that broke, ’cause I played it so much. I had like four. It was like Ace Ventura, Jurassic Park, and a couple of others. True Lies. Jurassic Park was one of those movies that I was just so obsessed with. And I remember being so jealous of the child actors. And this was well before I ever even thought about being an actor. Acting didn’t happen until adulthood. But I remember being so jealous of those kids. Like wow, what a fun job. You get to scream in a Jeep while a T. Rex is trying to claw at you in between glass. Like how cool is that? So yeah, I’ve always been a fan. And actually which is it’s so funny to think that I went to go see Jurassic World having no idea that I would even get to touch these movies. But Jurassic World was one of the few movies that I was like oh I have to go out in theaters and see that. I’m not really into big blockbuster movies personally. Yeah, they just normally don’t do it for me. But Jurassic World was one of those films that I was like oh I have to go with my friends. We gotta go see this. Yeah.
And how’d you come to this film? Did you see that there was a audition for this or was it like just a random…? Like when we were talking to…
Yes, what fancy answer did he give?
Well no, he said it was like a secret project with a different name and he was like acting opposite a bear.
Really? Maybe lions.
Oh yeah, Grizzly bear was his. So you were lions?
Lions, yeah. And it was funny because actually on the day I remember we had this one scene and I referred to the animal as a lion. And Chris and Bryce looked at me like what are you talking about? I was like, oh my God, it was when the, it was in the audition. Like so ingrained in my brain.
And it was actually the same thing, but–
It was the same scene, but with lions. And it had just been so embedded in my head to say lions.
So what happens then? You get like does your agent like set it up for you or do you know you’re going into Kennedy-Marshall? Like what’s the…?
Oh. Remind me to tell you a very funny story about Frank Marshall.
Okay. We wanna hear that.
It involves a cup of coffee.
Well I got the audition like I do any other audition, which is usually just an email from my agent he’s like hey, can you put this on tape? And I saw it and it was sort of like yeah, oaky. Like that’s never gonna happen. So I wasn’t stressed. I didn’t really care too much about it, because I really, truly just didn’t think that I would ever get it. Because it’s like you’re not only competing with the United States, you’re competing with Australia and Europe and like the whole world, so the chances of you getting something like this are like one in 200 million or something.