Danielle Weeks

Danielle recently starred as Phoebe in the original Oxygen sitcom
Campus Ladies. She is a longtime member of the Actors Art Theatre Collective and was last seen here playing various characters in the original sketch production "Moonbites." Other theatres where she has performed are The Groundlings, Circus Theatricals and 2100 Square Feet. Danielle studied in London at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts where she played ‘Helena’ in "All's Well that Ends Well," ‘Constance’ in "King John" and ‘Juliet’ in "Romeo and Juliet."

She is a member of the long-form improv group DHT that performs weekly at Improv Olympic West. DHT was chosen to perform at the Del Close Harold Festival in NYC in 2005 and 2006. Danielle has also performed with the all female group Pretty Crow. She was a founding member of the sketch group Sketch This.

In addition to series regular television roles on
The Weird Al Show (directed by Peyton Reed The Breakup) and Bone Chillers, she has also been seen on 3rd Rock from the Sun, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Titus, Charmed, Party of Five, Leap of Faith (from the producers of Sex and the City), Nothing Sacred, The Pretender, Unhappily Ever After (recurring) and an improvisational pilot presentation called Big Box.
Danielle’s film credits include:
Bewitched, What Women Want, Taco Bender, Dead Beat , Date By Number and the mocku-mentary Wacktors. She has been seen in over 30 national commercials.

She wrote and directed two comic shorts
Wrong Floor and Get Your Keys both of which have been submitted to the Aspen Comedy Festival this year.