Danielle Wolff is an Emmy-nominated screenwriter and playwright. Her credits include "Kyle XY Continuum," which received a nomination for an Interactive Media Programming Emmy from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
She has written for Marvel Televison's Ultimate Spider-Man and Avengers Assemble and has previously worked on Wicked Wicked Games, which starred Tatum O’Neal, and American Heiress, both prime-time dramas for Fox’s MyNetwork TV.
Danielle received an MFA from the screenwriting program at the UCLA Film School, where her script Gordon was honored at the prestigious UCLA Showcase competition. She received first place in the Screenwriters Community competition with her script Family Resemblance. The same script was a finalist at the Great Plains Film Festival. She is also the winner of the Women in Film Eleanor Perry Writing Award and the Jack K. Sauter Award for television writing. She has appeared as a panelist at the Screenwriters Expo and was also chosen to participate in the Autumn Stories residency program with the Ile-de-France Film Commission and the Franco-American Cultural Fund.
Her stage credits include “Weightless,” which received its New York premiere in 2013 and was previously the winner of the playwriting festival at the Attic Theatre in Los Angeles. Another short play, "Eating Existentialism," was the winner of the Tehachapi Playwrights Festival's best play award.
Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in publications such as the Chiron Review and Popcorn Fiction.
Danielle is a native of Lincoln, Nebraska and received a Bachelor's degree from Cornell University, where she was a state champion and national finalist in public speaking. She previously worked with Uncommon Repertory Theater and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC.