Daniela starred in the theatre production of The Countess at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and Criterion Theatre in London.
Her father moved to from Poland to Britain when he was only twelve years old.
Daniela's mother was born in Britain to Polish parents and raised in France.
Daniela appeared in the television movies Is Harry On The Boat? as Lorraine, and in 2006's The Family Man as Kelly.
She only appeared in one episode of the fourth season of My Family, before reverting back to a starring character for the show's fifth season.
She only had a recurring role for the third season of My Family instead of her starring role of the previous two seasons.
Daniela appeared in Lesley Masters' Wormwood, a winning play in the London Radio Playwrights' Festival.
In 1995 she appeared as the teenager Kelly in the play Shiver Breathing, which won the Woolwich Young Radio Playwrights' Competition.
She starred in the TV movie North & South, playing the role of Margaret Hale.
She has a rare blood disorder that forced her to give up her ballet dancing as it would have resulted in her feet turning a permanent purple/red colour.
She is 1.63 metres (5 foot 4 inches) tall.
2005 saw Daniela starring in Ring Around The Bath, a Radio 4 comedy.
Her first recurring role in a television series came in 1995, when she starred as Sarah Hills in the long-running British soap EastEnders. She remained on the show until 1999.
Her first role in a television show came in the British comedy classic Absolutely Fabulous, where she played Saffy's daughter.
She commenced her television career by appearing in a series of commercials for various products.
Her father's surname was Pszkit, but both he and his wife wished to have a more English sounding surname as they had taken up residence in London. In order to choose a name, they searched the telephone directory for one they liked. One wanted Denby, the other Ashe, so they decided to combine both of them together.
She is fluent in English, Polish and French.
Daniela is of Polish descent.
Daniela studied ballet and tap dancing as a child, and began acting at age ten.
She has a brother, who's two years her junior.
Daniela: By the time I was ten I was dying to get into a theatre school for acting. My parents were dead set against the idea at first because they were concerned that I get a good education but I wore them out! I really wanted to act so badly and conveyed it well enough to my parents that they finally let me audition for a theatre school. It closed down after two months, unfortunately. Luckily I got into another one very soon afterwards called the Corona Academy in Hammersmith. I don't believe it had anything to do with the Mexican beer but you never know! After seven months that one closed down because the head mistress was retiring.
Daniela: Well, I began dancing at two-and-a-half. Ballet. Then at about five came the tap lessons. You know, the sort of stuff a lot of little girls over here get into.