Daniel at L.A. Direct Magazine's 2007 holiday party
|Born||Brittany Ann Daniel
March 17, 1976
Gainesville, Florida, U.S.
|Education||Gainesville High School|
Early life 
Acting career 
Both girls first began acting in the 1980s with an appearance in the sitcom The New Leave It to Beaver. In 1992, when she was sixteen, Daniel won the role of Mila Rosnovsky on the short-lived syndicated teen drama Swan's Crossing. She then moved to New York to film the series.
After high school, she landed the role of Jessica Wakefield in the television series Sweet Valley High (twin sister, Cynthia portrayed Jessica's twin, Elizabeth). During the run of Sweet Valley High, the girls made their film debut in the drama The Basketball Diaries (1995) alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.
After Sweet Valley High was canceled in 1997, Daniel continued acting in films and television series including a stint on Dawson's Creek in 1999 and a role in the TBS television movie On Hostile Ground the following year. In 2001, she appeared as David Spade's love interest, Brandy, in Joe Dirt. In 2002, Daniel played one of the lead characters in the short-lived Fox series That '80s Show.
In 2002, she played Eric Forman's cousin Penny on That '70s Show. Daniel also appeared on the show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia as a transsexual named Carmen. In 2004, she teamed up with the Wayans Brothers for their films White Chicks and Little Man. That same year, she appeared in the VH1 television movie Totally Awesome before landing a lead role in The CW Television Network's half-hour comedy The Game, which she starred in until 2011. In February 2010, she was cast in the Brothers Strause thriller Skyline; the film was released on November 12, 2010.
|1989||The New Leave It to Beaver||Zorigna #1||Episode: "Man's Greatest Achievements"|
|1992||Swans Crossing||Mila Rosnovsky||54 episodes|
|1994-1997||Sweet Valley High||Jessica Wakefield||88 episodes|
|1995||The Basketball Diaries||Blinkie|
|1999||Dawson's Creek||Eve Whitman||4 episodes|
|2000||Fortunate Son||TV movie|
|2000||On Hostile Ground||Cindy Evers||TV movie|
|2002||That '70s Show||Penny||Episode: "Eric's Hot Cousin"|
|2002||That '80s Show||Sophia||13 episodes|
|2003||111 Gramercy Park||Brynn Martin||Unsold pilot|
|2003||Just Shoot Me!||Sarah||Episode: "The Goodbye Girl"|
|2004||North Shore||Cari Layne||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2004||White Chicks||Megan Vandergeld|
|2005-2010||It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia||Carmen||5 episodes|
|2006||Community Service||Carly Phillips||TV movie|
|2006||Rampage: The Hillside Strangler Murders||Samantha Stone||Video|
|2006||Totally Awesome||Kimberly||TV movie|
|2006||The Hamiltons||Dani Cummings|
|2006-2011||The Game||Kelly Pitts||56 episodes|
|2007||Last of the Romantics||Sarah Xavier|
|2007||Loveless in Los Angeles||Kelly|
Awards and nominations 
|Year||Award||Result||Category||Film or series|
|1993||Young Artist Award||Nominated||Best Young Actress in an Off-Primetime Series||Swans Crossing|
|1995||Young Artist Award||Won||Best Performance: Young Actress in a TV Comedy Series||Sweet Valley High (Shared with Cynthia Daniel)|
|2007||New York International Independent Film & Video Festival||Won||Best Actress||Last of the Romantics|
|2007||MTV Movie Awards||Nominated||Best Kiss||Little Man (Shared with Marlon Wayans)|
- Diane Chun (2008-09-24). "C.B. Daniel, city leader and UF grad, dies at 69". Gainesville Sun. Retrieved 2008-10-02.
- "Brittany Daniel Biography". askmen.com. Retrieved 2008-09-22.
- "Seeing Double". People 49 (18). 1998-05-11.
- "Brittany Daniel: Career Milestones". tv.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2008-09-22.
- West, Kelly (2006-06-27). "Brittany Daniel Replaces Parker In The Game". cinemablend.com. Retrieved 2008-09-22.
- "Brittany Daniel The Latest to Check Out the Skyline". Dreadcentral.com. 2010-02-23. Retrieved 2010-10-28.
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