Danielle Steers biography Born in Yorkshire, England on 21st June 1992, Danielle Steers is a professional stage actress and performer who is famous for her performance in Bat Out of Hell and Six the Musical. Her outstanding work gave her immense exposure, leading to her accumulating over 10,000 followers on her Instagram account. In the production of Bat Out of Hell, Danielle worked alongside Collette Guitart, Courtney Stapleton and Vicki Manser. She is an alto, mezzo-soprano, skilled in tap, jazz, contemporary and ballet dancing. She realised her knack for singing when she was around 9-10 years old. She was singing in front of the mirror in her room, and her mother called out to her, asking her to go to bed and turn off the radio. Training: She received training in musical theatre from the SLP College in Leeds. Theatre: Her theatre credits include The Bodyguard (West End Original Production, 2012) where she performed as a swing; Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre, 2015) where she was an ensemble; Bat Out of Hell (Original Production at London Coliseum, 2017) where she portrayed the character of Zahara; Bat Out of Hell (West End Return Engagement, 2018) as Zahara; SIX (West End Return Engagement, 2019) where she played Catherine Parr; Sweet Charity (Donmar Warehouse, 2019), and Bat Out of Hell (NY City Center Production, 2019) where she played the role of Zahara once again. She also appeared in Respect La Diva (Garrick Theatre); Legally Blonde (Savoy Theatre); Hairspray (Aberystwyth Arts Centre) and We Will Rock You (International Arena Tour). TV: Her work in television includes ITV’s Sunday Night at the Palladium, and the television special documentary Cats and the Movie Musical (2019). Radio: She can be heard as a backing singer in BBC Radio 2’s Terry Wogan Show.