Danielle Panabaker

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Danielle Panabaker
Danielle Nicole Panabaker

September 19,1987 (age:32)
Augusta,Georgia,United States.
Known forActing roles in:
Shark (2006)
Sky High (2005)
Stuck in the Suburbs (2004)
Yours, Mine and Ours (2006) Read It and Weep (2007)
Dance in the Bus (2009)
Height1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Spouse(s)Hayes Robbins m. 2017

Danielle Nicole Panabaker (born September 19,1987) is an American actress. She is known for acting in many movies. These include Sky High and Mom at Sixteen. She has also acted on the television series including Shark. Panabaker is the older sister of child actress Kay. Both girls act in Disney Channel programs. She was born and raised in Augusta, Georgia, and was the elder of the two sisters in her family. She fell in love with acting at a very early age and began participating in community theater projects at the age of 12. She auditioned for commercials and small roles, too. She auditioned for commercials and small roles, too. In 2003, she finally moved to Los Angeles to start her professional film and TV career. She made her big-screen debut with the 2005 film ‘Sky High.’ She often played minor TV roles but got her career-defining small-screen break in 2005, when she was offered a major role in the series ‘Empire Falls.’ She bagged another major project in 2014, when she was approached for a role in the series ‘Justified.’ The same year, she appeared in the ‘CW’ superhero series ‘Arrow’ and in the spin-off ‘The Flash,’ playing ‘Dr. Caitlin Snow.’. Danielle Panabaker was born on September 19, 1987, in Augusta, Georgia, and was the elder of the two sisters in the family. Her younger sister, Kay, also happens to be an actor. Her father worked as a sales executive for a major company, which made the family move around quite a lot. Danielle attended various schools, located across the country, in Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Texas. In 2003, she realized that if she wished to give her acting career a real shot, she had no other option but to move to Los Angeles. Soon after moving to Los Angeles, she joined the ‘Glendale Community College’ to study professional acting. In 2005, she graduated from the college, appearing on the Dean’s List, and in 2007, she graduated with a BA from the ‘University of California,’ once again securing a place on the Dean’s List, the biggest honor for a graduating student.

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