Ginger Britt Daniels began her career in New York City, acting in a national commercial for Wendy’s, while at the same time singing and dancing in the Off Broadway musical, For Me And My Gal. Ginger most recently starred in the Emmy nominated director, Michael Mayers' short drama, Bottled Up, for which she won a best actress award from the Best Shorts Competition film festival. She wrote the music and was recognized for her music by Southern Shorts Festival 2020 as well. Ginger served as executive producer on this film. Her comedy acting and choreography can also be seen in the rom com short film, Mambo 101, which has won best comedy short at both the LA Film Awards and Hollywood Just4Shorts Awards. Ginger has performed in over fifteen different shows and Broadway National Tours such as Anything Goes, The Who's Tommy, and West Side Story, and danced in Michael Mao modern dance company. She has worked as an actress on the big screen in television commercials and feature films, and toured as a singer in a blues band, and as a drummer in a girl punk band. She notably choreographed a jazz piece short film, titled, A Walk In The Park. This dance film help raise money and awareness for the Gabriella Foundation for underprivileged youth in Los Angeles. Ginger recently started her own production company, GingerPants Productions that has produced short films and music videos. She writes music and performs with her band, Ginger Daniels Band, and is a published health and fitness author. Ginger's voice acting can be heard on the HeadSpace App as the entire Mindful Eating Workshop voice. She will be heard on the Netflix Meditation App coming June 2021. Ginger holds a BFA from Stephens College. She lives with a menagerie of rescue animals and her husband in Los Angeles. She is repped theatrically by Phillip Hawkins at Pitt Mobile Talent Agency.