Molly Daniels is an Australian actor/writer/director/ philanthropist/model/retired soccer star/married to Posh Spice/wait that's someone else/loves dogs!!
After starring in two seasons of the hit ABC ME show You’re Skitting Me (on which she also served as a sketch writer) she was cast as the lead role of Ellie in the Tomorrow When the War Began television series, based on the popular Australian young adult books. In 2017 she appeared alongside comedian Ronny Chieng in his loosely-autobiographical series Ronny Chieng: International Student. This year, she’s starred in the ensemble comedy series Back in Very Small Business, and appeared in the popular news satire Shaun Micallef’s Mad as Hell.
As well as being drama coach on the extremely successful ABC ME show Little Lunch, Molly wrote and directed the behind-the-scenes featurette. She spent all of 2017 as a staff writer on renowned production company Gristmill's upcoming comedy children's series, The InBESTigators, which will appear on Netflix and ABC ME in 2019. She has also served as a contributing lyricist on various Gristmill projects, including comedy Upper Middle Bogan.
In 2016 she started her own production company and YouTube channel, Yung Victoria, under which she released the acclaimed web series Double Date Night, which she directed, wrote, edited and co-starred in. This was followed in 2017 by The Y2K Bug, which she also directed. Both series have appeared in festivals around the world, including Webfest Berlin and the Portland Comedy Film Festival.
She's also spent two years as a co-host and writer on the chart-topping ABC kids' podcast Short & Curly.
Molly has studied improv with the iO Theatre in Chicago, The Upright Citizens Brigade in LA, and the Improv Conspiracy Theatre in Melbourne. She performs monthly with her all-female team Heralayan Salt Lamps.
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