Danielle Fiamanya biography Danielle Fiamanya is a professional, award-winning theatre actress. She is playing the role of an ensemble in the latest production of & Juliet. She excels in pop, contemporary, ballad, choral and harmony singing, while also being a fine Mezzo-Soprano. Training: Danielle went to the Guildford School of Acting and graduated in 2019 with a degree in Musical Theatre. Theatre: Since her graduation, she has been part of shows like The Color Purple at the Curve Theatre and Birmingham Hippodrome, directed by Tinuke Craig, where she appeared as Nettie/ensemble (2019), and & Juliet at the Greene Light Stage, directed by Luke Sheppard, where she plays an ensemble/cover Juliet (2019). While at the GSA, she played Fantine in Les Miserables, directed by Gerry Tebutt (2018), Vera in Pal Joey, directed by Sean McNamara (2018), and Violet in 9 To 5, directed by Samuel Harjanne (2018). Other Credits: Among her credits is the role of Anne Egerman in Alastair Knights’ A Little Night Music (concert, 2020) Dionne in Arlene Phillips’ Hair at The Turbine Theatre (concert, 2020), Beatrice in Debbie Hannan’s Shielders at the Traverse Theatre (Internet, 2020), and Carly in Paul Taylor-Mills’ Prom Queen at The Other Palace (workshop, 2018). Awards: She is the winner of the Ian Fleming Award and The Stage Debut Award 2019.