Brittany Daniel Net Worth: Learn About Her Career and Income Sources!

Brittany Daniel Net Worth: Brittany Daniel is an actress in the United States. She is the twin sister of Cynthia Daniel, who used to be an actress and now is a photographer.

Daniel is best known for playing Jessica Wakefield in the teen drama series Sweet Valley High from 1994 to 1997 and Kelly Pitts in the CW/BET comedy-drama series The Game (2006–2011; 2014–2015). Everything you need to know about Brittany Daniel is here.

Brittany Daniel: Quick Info

Net worth $4 million
Date of Birth: 1976 March 17
First Name Brittany Ann
Last Name Daniel
Nationality American
Age: 46 years old
Birth Nation: United States

Brittany Daniel: Early Life

Brittany Ann Daniel was born in Gainesville, Florida, United States, on March 17, 1976, which makes her 46 years old. She is the daughter of Carolyn and Charlton Bradford (or “C.B.”) Daniel Jr. Cynthia Danel, who is her twin sister and used to be an actress and a photographer.

Brittany Daniel Net Worth

Their older brother, Brad Daniel, is also an actor. Both girls were signed to the Ford Agency when they were 11 years old and started modeling. They were in the movies “Seventeen” and “YM.” As the Doublemint Twins, they were also in ads for Doublemint gum.

Brittany Daniel: Net Worth

According to CelebrityNetWorth, Brittany Daniel has a net worth of $4 million. Her main source of income is her career as an actress. Daniel's successful career has earned her some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy car trips. She is one of the richest and most influential actresses in the United States.

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Brittany Daniel: Career

In 1989, the Daniel twins appeared on “The New Leave It to Beaver,” and Brittany starred as Mila Rosnovsky on the syndicated adolescent drama “Swans Crossing” in 1992, moving to New York for the series. “Swans Crossing” aired for 65 episodes and starred Sarah Michelle Gellar as well.

Daniel was nominated for a Young Artist Award for her performance. In 1994, she appeared as a guest star on “Burke's Law.” Brittany and Cynthia made their film debut in 1995, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Mark Wahlberg, Lorraine Bracco, and Juliette Lewis in “The Basketball Diaries.”

Daniel made his film debut in 1999 with “Sonic Impact,” and he had a recurring role as Eve Whitman on The WB's adolescent drama “Dawson's Creek.” Brittany guest-starred on “Just Shoot Me!” and starred in the TV movie “111 Gramercy Park” in 2003.

Brittany Daniel Net Worth

In 2004, she co-starred in “White Chicks” with Shawn and Marlon Wayans and appeared in the comedy slasher flick “Club Dread.” She starred in an episode of the Style reality-documentary series “Ruby” in 2008, and she became a consulting executive producer on the show in 2009.

Daniel first appeared in the sci-fi catastrophe thriller “Skyline” in 2010, and then as Blair on the ABC sitcom “Black-ish” from 2016 to 2019. In 2020, she appeared as a guest star on “Black-ish” creator Kenya Barris' Netflix series “BlackAF,” and in 2022, she co-starred with Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff in the Disney+ film “Cheaper by the Dozen.”

Brittany Daniel: Personal Life

Brittany Daniel Net Worth

Adam Touni is Brittany Daniel's husband. They got married in 2017. Her husband keeps to himself. Brittany and her husband had their first child, a daughter named Hope Rose Touni, on October 24, 2021. Her sister Cynthia's egg was used to make this possible. But in her last relationship, from 2007 to 2014, she was with actor Keenen Ivory Wayans.

Brittany Daniel: Nominations and Awards

In 2010, “Ruby” was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Special Class Series. Brittany was nominated for two Young Artist Awards, sharing the title for Best Performance: Young Actress in a TV Comedy Series with Cynthia in 1995 for “Sweet Valley High.”

Her other nomination was for “Swans Crossing” Best Young Actress in an Off-Primetime Series (1993). Brittany won Best Actress at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival in 2007 for “Last of the Romantics.”