Daisy is the youngest actress ever to win a Tony Award for her performance as Mary Lennox in “The Secret Garden” (Drama Desk and Outer Critic Circle Award nominations). In over 30 years in the business, she has been in countless productions, both on and off Broadway. Most notably “Les Miserables” and “James Joyce’s The Dead,” the First National Tour of Steven Karam’s “The Humans,” “A View from the Bridge” (South Coast Rep), “Be Aggressive,” La Jolla Playhouse, and most recently “Scissorhands” a musical adaptation of Edward Scissorhands at Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Angeles.
Daisy’s most recent T.V. appearances include “Good Trouble” (Freeform), where she proudly portrayed one of only a handful of non-binary characters on television, “The Path” (Hulu), and as Lena Dunham’s doppelganger on the final season of “Girls” (HBO).
Daisy has written and performed three one-woman shows, as well as, “Daisy and Jordan’s Sunday Brunch of Shame,” a musical variety sketch show with her writing partners, Jordan Kai Burnett and Clare Smith Marash. She is an award-winning writer, having won awards for both non-fiction essays and her short screenplay, “Tony and Annette,” currently in pre-production. And, like any woman in Hollywood of a certain age, she has written several pilots and a web series.
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