Daniella Pineda is a Mexican-American actress majorly known for her role in Vampire Dairies. She was born in Oakland, California. She is a very fun loving person and loves adventures. She has a keen interest in comedy as well, and herself is a great actress in the genre. Daniella Nicole Pineda graduated from Mills College. She studied Journalism and sociology; she is a very enthusiast person and always believed she will become a war correspondent in future. She first visited
New York and started working as a public radio reporter. In 2010, she decided to pursue writing as a profession. She started searching for a job and went to audition as a writer but was found by the manager; she eventually started working as an actor. She made her debut in TV series Men of a Certain Age in 2010, where she played the role of Kit. Her career just started and was already a loved prospect around the country. She featured in Newlyweds as Vanessa and later in comic TV series College Humor Originals in 2010.
She was also seen in an episode of Homeland as Officer Julia Diaz. She had her first break in movies in 2012; it was a TV movie
Midnight Sun. In 2013, she was cast as Sophie Deveraux, which was originally a crossover between The Originals. She featured in The Originals as Sophie Deveraux, which made her very famous and also earned him a lot of fans. She became famous after it and received many offers from different TV serials. 2015 was a great year for Daniella as she featured in American Odyssey and The Detour. Her work in these serials earned her great fortunes. She portrays the role of Vanessa in The Detour, which is praised by all. Her character is very famous and is a common face on American Television. She is a great character and always steps up to any challenge presented to her.
She is passionate toward her work and believes in hard work to succeed in life. She is still in her early twenties and is expected to work even better in the coming future. She is a great actress and is loved by all for her work in various TV serials.