Daniela Dib is a Canadian dancer, model, and actress. She has appeared in films such as "Center Stage: Turn It Up" and "Sucker Punch," as well as series like "Supernatural" and "Almost Human.
Daniela Dib was born in Vancouver, where she began practicing dance from an early age at Canada’s National Ballet School. Her love of dance, particularly ballet, led to her attending schools all across North America including The Boston Ballet, Houston Ballet, Pacific Dance Arts, the Professional Division of the American Ballet Theater in New York, and the Texas Ballet Theater. She even worked with choreographers at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
It was through her dancing that Daniela was eventually able to break out into film and television. In 2008, she was hired as both a principle dancer and the character of Allison in "Center Stage: Turn it Up." With her skills as a dancer now recognized, she moved on to numerous other productions in the realms of both film and television, often playing the role of a dancer in some capacity. She has gone on to star in such films as "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief," "Sucker Punch," and "This Means War," as well as series ranging from the cheerleading dramedy "Hellcats" to the sci-fi series "Almost Human."
Daniela's resume doesn't stop at film and television. She has also danced and choreographed a number of projects for famous Canadian music groups such as These Kids Wear Crowns, Suzie McNeil, Faber Drive, The Stereos, and Mariana’s Trench. Most famously, she played the cashier in Michael Buble's music video for the single "Haven't Met You Yet." With such tremendous talent, it's no surprise that she is represented by numerous agencies. She is signed with Carrie Wheeler Entertainment in Vancouver, B&M Models in Toronto, CESD Talent Agency in New York, and Go2Talent Agency in Los Angeles.