Appearing Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
Brittany Daniel recently starred as “Kelly Pitts” in the hit television show THE GAME, that finished its 9th and final Season on BET in 2015. She also starred opposite David Spade in Joe Dirt 2 for Sony Crackle reprising her cult hit role of “Brandy.” Brittany is a native of Gainesville, Florida, and began her career starring opposite her twin sister Cynthia in the television series "Sweet Valley High” for which they won the Young Artist actress award for a tv comedy. After making her feature film debut in "The Basketball Diaries” opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, she went on to recur on "Dawson's Creek", "That '70s Show," It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” as well as becoming a series regular on "That '80s Show." Her other feature film credits include “Skyline” "White Chicks," "Joe Dirt" and "Club Dread.”Brittany also appeared in the feature film "Little Man," starring Kerry Washington, Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans. Brittany was also nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for producing “Ruby” for the Style Network starring her best friend, Ruby Gettinger. It ran for 4 seasons. Brittany was diagnosed and survived stage 4 Non Hodgkins Lymphoma in her mid 30s and it is her passion to help share what she has learned along her road to a full recovery. Brittany has been an ambassador for 4 years to The Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation, Cycle For Survival and Stand Up To Cancer. Most recently Brittany and her identical twin sister Cynthia launched their California inspired lifestyle website “The SweetLife” by Brittany and Cynthia Daniel. This summer Brittany was married to her best friend Adam Touni, Northern California broker for Pacific Union.
Brittany resides in the Bay area with her husband and commutes for work to Los Angeles.