|Born:||March 1, 1989|
Daniella Monet (born Daniella Monet Zuvic; March 1, 1989) is an American actress, singer, and dancer, best known for playing various TV guest roles and starring as Trina Vega, the sister of Tori Vega, in the Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious. In 2011, she played Tootie in A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!, and Bertha (in lieu of Jennette McCurdy) in Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred, then later reprised her role as Bertha in Fred: The Show.
Working With Victoria
Victoria Justice first worked with Monet in three episodes of Zoey 101, where Monet played Rebecca, a rude girl who is Chase Matthews' (Sean Flynn) ex-girlfriend. Lola Martinez (Justice) seemed to hate Rebecca, as she is a backstabbing, snobbish girl.
Daniella has performed on the small screen in numerous TV commercials beginning at the age of seven. In 1997 she had a guest appearance in an episode of Pacific Blue. In 2003 she landed recurring roles on the television series American Dreams and 8 Simple Rules. She was eventually cast as Megan Kleinman on the short-lived CBS sitcom Listen Up!, where she starred alongside Jason Alexander of Seinfeld fame. She also guest-starred on Zoey 101 as Chase's ex-girlfriend Rebecca. In 2007, she appeared in the film Nancy Drew and family comedy film Taking 5. Her most recent appearance is as the mean head cheerleader, Dana Wohl on The Suite Life of Zack and Cody episode "Benchwarmers". She also had a small role in the horror movie Simon Says.
As of 2010, Daniella currently appears in Victorious as Trina Vega, alongside Victoria Justice, who plays Trina's sister. She had a minor role in the iCarly episode, "iPsycho" as a popular girl at Nora's party. She also starred in A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up Timmy Turner (2011) as Tootie.
She recently did a PSA for her co-star Avan Jogia's cause "Straight But Not Narrow".
She also starred in Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred (2011) as Bertha, replacing Jennette McCurdy. She also plays Bertha in Fred: The Show.
Monet is also the spokeswoman for My Fruity Faces.