Model. Actor. VO Artist. Host.
Meet Dania Denise...
With 20+ years in the entertainment industry, Dania Denise continues to enjoy a successful career, ranging from appearances in magazines, catalogs, websites, fashion shows, 100+ photoshoots, film, TV, webisodes and commercials.
Born at the Subic Bay Naval Base in the Philippines and raised in sunny California, Dania excelled in school. Her academic achievements included being President of the National Honor Society in middle school and holding the positions of reporter, editor and cartoonist for her high school newspaper.
At the age of 15, an open call in San Francisco and a snapshot was all it took for Dania to get signed to her first talent agency. She quickly began booking modeling, acting and VO work.
In addition to her entertainment career, she holds a B.A. in Radio/TV, with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Journalism from San Francisco State University, where she graduated with a 4.0 GPA.
In 2007, Dania created "Modeling 101 - A Model's Diary," which has grown to become one of the Internet's go-to-sites for all things related to breaking into the modeling industry. The Modeling 101 blog is filled with posts that offer advice, resources and an inside look into the day-to-day experiences of a professional, agency represented model.
This platform has also allowed Dania to assume the role of mentor, coach and consultant. Through her expertise and know-how, she has managed to help countless aspiring models seek agency representation, as well as guide freelance models in their career pursuits.
While Dania has continued to add on to her extensive resume of professional experience, she has also gone on to expand her services to include mentoring, coaching and consulting for actors, models and pageant contestants via the website DaniaDee.com.
With the launch of her indie film production company, Runaway Mill Productions, she has been keeping busy as a writer, producer, director and editor, whose goal is to create narratives and characters that are anything but "run-of-the-mill." With an unlimited arsenal of screenplays and projects in various stages of production, the sky is the limit.