Danielle appeared in the music video for the Five Finger Death Punch song "The Bleeding."
By the time Danielle was 12 years old, she enjoyed piano, ballet, jazz, tap, and clogging.
Danielle was in the film Kukaburra Blues, but it never came out because of budget problems.
Danielle played the lead role of Nancy in the movie Left for Dead in 2006.
Danielle appeared in the made for television movies Don't Touch My Daughter and The Women Who Loved Elvis.
Danielle kept her clown costume from when she starred in Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers in 1988. That same year, she went trick-or-treating in the costume as Jamie Lloyd. She later sold it to a dedicated fan.
Danielle beat out Melissa Joan Hart to play Jamie Lloyd in the "Halloween" movies.
Danielle acted in the TNT original action movie, Hostage Hotel in 1999.
Danielle co-hosted the children's game show, Brains and Brawn in 1993.
Danielle has a younger sister named Ashley.
Danielle is 5 feet tall.
Danielle played Hayley Wheaton in the movie, Wish Upon A Star in 1996.
On January 9, 2007, Rob Zombie stated on a blog that Danielle will be starring in his 2007 remake of Halloween playing Annie Brackett.
Danielle is said to have dated actor Omri Katz.
Danielle did not play Jamie Lloyd in Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers because the producers wouldn't pay her the salary she asked for.
Danielle celebrated her eleventh birthday on the set of Halloween 4 and her twelfth birthday on the set of Halloween 5.
Danielle appeared as Roseanne's daughter, Jessica in Roseanne's movie autobiography, Roseanne: An Unauthorized Biography.
In the 1990s, she was the victim of a stalker who wrote letters threatening to kill her. He was arrested after he brought a shotgun to her home. On January 29, 2007, she recounted this on The Dr. Phil Show.
Danielle: First of all, I do not do drugs. I stayed out of that because I was always working. But we were doing all that "young Hollywood" stuff-sneaking into clubs at age 15 and partying. There just weren't paparazzi then; it wasn't glamorized like it is now. I feel bad for these girls today; they can't even be adolescents and get into a little trouble. Also, 15 years ago, I didn't have any friends who were making 20 million dollars on a movie. Now, 20 million dollars to a 17-year-old…what are they going to do with it? There's no guidance.
(on playing a high school student in the remake of Halloween)
Danielle: It was weird I think because I am 13 years older. Before Scout [Taylor-Compton] was cast she had a screen test and I came in and met Rob for the first time and met Scout. They asked if I would read some scenes with her and I said sure. I didn't know how old Scout was and I remember coming home that day and saying to my boyfriend "I feel really old… I need to be careful. I feel like I'm her older sister. I feel a lot older than her. I don't know how she is but I just feel a lot older than her." I said "I've got to kind of young it up a bit." Even my voice. I mean I'm 30 years old and she was 17. I'm playing her best friend so I thought I really just have to be young at heart and be free spirited and have fun with her. I just felt older. But it worked.
Danielle: I just want to be respected for whatever I choose to do. I think it's all about longevity; I'm not in this business to be a movie star. Who knows what it'll be in six months; it's always changing. As long as I can continue to do what I love doing and continue to have a life, that's what I want.
Danielle: I know it's a cliché, but I really have no regrets in life-all I regret is not doing the things I want to do.
Danielle: (About Halloween 4) It was my first movie, so I was more excited about that - just being an actress, never mind being in a horror movie. At that time, I wasn't even a horror movie fan. I did Halloween 4 and Halloween 5 back to back, and I decided that horror movies were all I wanted to do for the rest of my life. It was going to be my thing.