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Brittany Daniel Biography

Brittany Daniel is an American television and film actress. She is the twin sister of former actress and photographer Cynthia Daniel.

She is best known for her role as Jessica Wakefield in the 1990s syndicated teen drama Sweet Valley High and her portrayal of Kelly Pitts on the CW/BET comedy-drama series The Game.

Brittany Daniel Age

Daniel is 43 years old as of 2019. She was born on March 17, 1976, in Gainesville, Florida, U.S.

Brittany Daniel Family | Siblings

Daniel and her twin sister were born to Carolyn and Charlton Bradford (‘C.B’) Daniel Jr who died of cancer in 2008. They an older brother, Brad.

Brittany Daniel Education

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Brittany Daniel Relationship | Marriage

Daniel dated actor Keenen Ivory Wayans from 2007 to 2014. later in 2017, she married Adam Touni.

Brittany Daniel Career

Daniel began acting in 1989 with an appearance in the sitcom The New Leave It to Beaver. In 1992, when she was sixteen, Brittany won the role of Mila Rosnovsky on the short-lived syndicated teen drama Swan’s Crossing.  She then moved to New York to film the series.

After high school, she landed the role of Jessica Wakefield in the television series Sweet Valley High. During the run of Sweet Valley High, the girls made their film debut in the drama The Basketball Diaries (1995) alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.

After Sweet Valley High was canceled in 1997, Daniel continued acting in films and television series including a stint on Dawson’s Creek in 1999 and a role in the CBS television movie On Hostile Ground the following year. In 2001, she appeared as David Spade’s love interest, Brandy, in Joe Dirt. In 2002, Daniel played one of the lead characters in the short-lived Fox series That ’80s Show.

In 2002, she played Eric Forman’s cousin Penny on That ’70s Show. Daniel also appeared on the show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia as a transsexual named Carmen. She teamed with the Wayans Brothers for their films White Chicks (2004) and Little Man (2006).

That same year, she appeared in the VH1 television movie Totally Awesome before landing a lead role in The CW Television Network’s half-hour comedy The Game, which she starred in until 2011. However, she would return to the show in 2014. In February 2010, she was cast in the Brothers Strause thriller Skyline; the film was released on November 12, 2010.

Brittany Daniel Net Worth

Daniel is an American actress who has a net worth of $4 million dollars.

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2015 Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser Brandy
2010 Skyline Candice
2007 Last of the Romantics Sarah Xavier
2007 Loveless in Los Angeles Kelly Liffen
2006 Rampage: The Hillside Strangler Murders Samantha Stone
2006 Little Man Brittany
2006 The Hamiltons Dani Cummings
2005 Dirty Tatiana
2004 Club Dread Jenny
2004 White Chicks Megan Vandergeld
2001 Joe Dirt Brandy
1999 Sonic Impact Rachel
1995 The Basketball Diaries Blinkie





2016–2018 Blackish Blair
2008 Ruby Herself
2006–2011, 2014–2015 The Game Kelly Pitts
2006 Totally Awesome Kimberly
2006 Community Service Carly Phillips
2005–2010 It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Carmen
2004 North Shore Cari Layne
2003 Just Shoot Me! Sarah
2003 111 Gramercy Park Brynn Martin
2002 That ’70s Show Penny
2002 That ’80s Show Sophia
2000 Fortunate Son N/A
2000 On Hostile Ground Cindy Evers
1999 Dawson’s Creek Eve Whitman
1994–1997 Sweet Valley High Jessica “Jess” Wakefield
1994 Burke’s Law Ginny
1992 Swans Crossing Mila Rosnovsky
1989 The New Leave It to Beaver Zorigna #1

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Blyth Festival Singers to present Fauré Requiem

Lovers of music will be treated to the performance of a rare musical gem during this Lenten season, as the Blyth Festival Singers, under the direction of Sharon Poelstra, present the Fauré Requiem.

Special to News Record

In the French composer’s own words, the hauntingly beautiful Fauré Requiem “is dominated from beginning to end by a very human feeling of faith in eternal rest.”

The concert will be performed on Sunday, April 7 in Knox Presbyterian Church, Goderich.

Gabriel Fauré likely wrote his contemplative Requiem in response to the death of his parents, and it was performed regularly at his home church.

However, it was revised over several rewritings between 1887 and 1900 to accommodate larger venues, grander occasions and more instrumentation. Like the “Messiah”, there is no truly definitive edition still in existence.

The Singers will be performing the John Rutter edition, which attempts to be as true in form to Fauré’s original, more intimate concept of the work. Not a complete liturgical requiem, it is written in nine parts, and embraces some later additions to the work.

Some of Fauré’s most memorable movements include: “Pie Jesu”, “Agnus Dei” and “In Paradisum.”

For such a magnificent work, who better than Ian Sadler, one of Canada’s foremost organists, to accompany the choir? With Sadler at Knox’s grand pipe organ, the church will surely be flooded with the strains of Fauré’s beautiful opus.

Juno award-winning Sadler’s extensive musical career began as a boy chorister at St. Paul’s Cathedral, in London, England, with studies at The King’s School, Canterbury and Bristol University, and postgraduate study at London University.

Sadler holds degrees in musicology and education, with organ diplomas from Trinity College of Music and The Royal College of Organists. He has represented Canada internationally as an organist and recitalist in tours around the world. Annually, Ian plays for many Canadian choirs in works such as Bach’s “Christmas Oratorio,” “St. Matthew Passion,” “St. John Passion” and Handel’s “Messiah.”

He has also consented to perform solo selections as part of the concert offerings.

Also performing on the program will be Soprano, Brittany Lyon and Baritone, Daniel Van Winden.

Brittany Lyon is a Clinton-area talent who has been teaching voice for the past 12 years. A graduate of Queen’s University, she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music, Vocal Performance where she took Masterclasses with the renowned Measha Brueggergosman.

Lyon has performed a variety of roles at The London Grand Theatre, Stratford Avon Theatre, and with Stratford Community Players and has performed as a guest soloist in Stratford, Blyth, Kingston, and the surrounding area. Daniel Van Winden was raised in Woodstock and lives in Stratford. He pursued an Honors Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance at Western University and a Masters of Vocal Performance and Literature.

Van Winden teaches private voice lessons in Woodstock and Innerkip. He is Director of Music Ministry at Innerkip and Eastwood United Churches.

This year he has performed with the Stratford Concert Choir, at the Palace Theatre in London and in a Broadway concert at Theatre Woodstock.

In late April he will perform in Haydn’s Creation with the Oxford Collegium Singers.

Along with the Blyth Festival Singers, Brittany and Daniel will also share musical offerings in the second half of the program.

The Fauré Requiem will be presented at Knox Presbyterian Church, 9 Victoria St. N., Goderich at 3 pm on Sunday, April 7, 2019.

Tickets are only $15 dollars for adults and $6 for children. Call 519-523-9300 to purchase tickets from the Blyth Festival Box Office or go online at

Tickets can also be purchased from any Blyth Festival Singer – or take your chances at the door. It’s a musical treasure you won’t want to miss!

The Blyth Festival Singers are a community-based choir operating under the direction of Sharon Poelstra and the umbrella of the Blyth Centre for the Arts.

Source: News-Record