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Danniella has also presented and starred in a series of fitness DVDs.
She has appeared in the reality series I'm Famous and Frightened!
Westbrook was reportedly offered the role of Natalie Buxton in the ITV prison series Bad Girls, but she declined because of her nose rebuilding operation. Westbrook also turned down a small role in Footballers Wives and the role of money grabber Suzie Samson in ITV soap opera Crossroads.
Emma Noble went on to portray Suzie Samson.—co-presented Cosmetic Surgery Live alongside Vanessa Feltz.
She has commented "I came from a very loving family – you know, 2.4 children with a Volvo".
She started off modelling at the age of seven and then progressed to acting.
The video follows the singer as he observes the physical embodiment of people’s inner demons.
The Seven deadly sins are played out, with the twins each portraying a person being controlled by their demon influencing their actions.
She played Samantha Mitchell in the BBC soap opera East Enders in 1990–1993, 1995–1996, 1999–2000, 2009–20. She competed in the 2010 series of Dancing on Ice with US Pairs Skater Matthew Gonzalez and finished fourth in the competition. In 2016, she took part in the seventeenth series of Celebrity Big Brother where she reached the final and finished in fifth place.
She also played a part in Dave Stewart's short film directorial debut, Entertaining Mr. The film was shown at various film festivals around the world, including Cannes. Despite being a popular candidate for winning, she found the environment traumatic, saying that she missed her children and wasn't psychologically prepared for the hardship of the jungle life. In 2006, Westbrook appeared on a reality TV special of The Weakest Link where she lost in the head-to-head final round.
In 2003, Westbrook was a contestant in the second series of British ITV reality television show I'm a Celebrity... Still, she won £5,025 after Martin Offiah decided to split the winnings, which were donated to charity.
She was sent to a local private school, until, at the age of 12, her parents allowed her to attend Sylvia Young Theatre School as a full-time student, where Denise Van Outen, Dani Behr and her future East Enders co-star, Nicola Stapleton, were among her contemporaries.
She appeared in a video for the song The Invisible Man by Queen and had a minor role in Grange Hill.
At the age of eleven she appeared as an extra in BBC soap opera East Enders, roller skating across the soap's setting of Albert Square.