Dani Harmer Biography
Dani Harmer was born in Bracknell, the United Kingdom as Danielle Jane Harmer. She is a British actress, television personality and former singer well known in the CBBC programmes The Story of Tracy Beaker, portraying Tracy Beaker.
She has been nominated for a BAFTA for her role as Tracey Beaker and nominated for a Welsh BAFTA for Best Actress in Tracey Beaker’s Movie of Me.
Dani Harmer Age | How Old Is Dani Harmer
Danielle Jane Harmer was born on 8 February 1989 in Bracknell, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom. She is 30 years old as of 2019.
Dani Harmer Family
Harmer was born and raised in Bracknell, Berkshire, England, to Jill, a former legal worker, and children’s casting agent and Andy Harmer, a mechanic and chauffeur. Harmer has a younger sister namely Betsy a hairdresser. Her parents split up while she was still very young.
Dani Harmer Kid | Dani Harmer Baby
On 28 June 2016, Harmer gave birth to her daughter, Avarie-Belle Betsy Rachel Brough at the age 27, through Caesarean section after enduring grueling 3-day labor.
Dani Harmer Height
The Story of Tracy Beaker star stands at 1.55 m tall.
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Dani Harmer Career
Harmer made her first appearance at the age of 6 in the musical The Who’s Tommy in the West End. She has featured in a number of pantomimes: Dolly Mixture in Snow White (2004), the title character in Peter Pan (2005, Alban Arena, 2006 in Worthing and 2010 in High Wycombe), Dick Whittington (2007, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre) and the title role in Cinderella alongside Joe Tracini (2011, York Barbican). Harmer featured as an extra in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone; she landed the title role in CBBC’s dramedy series The Story of Tracy Beaker, which she starred in for five series and also the feature-length film, Tracy Beaker’s Movie of Me.
Her other TV appearance includes the ITV drama series Trial & Retribution, My Family, Pie in the Sky, The 10th Kingdom, Beast, Touch Me, I’m Karen Taylor, “Beep Beep” in the British television series The Beeps, and the pilot for Coming of Age. She was one of the presenters: known as “packers” in the 2006 series of the Saturday morning show, Mighty Truck of Stuff.
Harmer was due to star as Jane in Disco Inferno, which was planned tour across the UK in Autumn 2012. However, it was announced on 5 September 2012 that the musical was canceled after an investor pulled out. Harmer confirmed via her Twitter account on the same day that she would be a contestant on the upcoming tenth series of Strictly Come Dancing. Harmer portrayed Janet in the 2013 UK tour of the stage production The Rocky Horror Show.
Dani Harmer Net Worth
Dani Harmer has an estimated Net Worth of $ 3.5 million.
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Dani Harmer Snow White
Snow White” is a 19th-century German fairy tale where she was cast in.
Dani Harmer Tracy Beaker
The Story of Tracy Beaker is a British television programme adapted from the book of the same name by Jacqueline Wilson where Dani starred in as Tracy Beaker.
Dani Harmer Movies And Tv Shows
Pie in the Sky
Trial & Retribution
The 10th Kingdom
The Story of Tracy Beaker
Trick or Treater
Mighty Truck of Stuff
The Weakest Link
Dick and Dom in da Bungalow
After You’ve Gone
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2010, 2016, 2017
Tracy Beaker Returns
Tracy Beaker Survival Files
Let’s Dance for Sport Relief
Strictly Come Dancing
Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two
The British Soap Awards
Big Brother’s Bit on the Side
The Life & Death of Robert Knox
The Chase: Celebrity Special
The Dumping Ground
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Dani Harmer Interview
Published: Nov 30, 2018
“It’s great. I’m loving being back at the Dumping Ground as one of the grown-ups. I think when Tracy first went to work there she thought she knew it all and she got a bit of a shock! But she’s really settled in as one of the adults now, and she’s much better at her job – although she does tend to empathize with the children more than the grown-ups and manages to get into a lot of trouble along the way, of course!”
You’ve grown up as Tracy. How have you managed that process?
“Yeah, I was 12 when I started playing Tracy and I’m 22 now, so it has been a while! And my hair is a lot less curly! It has been amazing growing up with Tracy. I guess sometimes when we were growing up we were going through the same things at the same time – but hopefully handling it differently! She was never naughty on purpose though. I think she had the best motives for what she did, and she still does, and that’s what makes kids really identify with her.”
You still seem to get on well with the kids in the show – is that right?
“They’re great and I love working with them. We have such a laugh on set, and I hope I’m helping them – I’ve been in their position so know what it’s like to juggle school work and everything all at once. It’s hard work, but I wouldn’t have changed it for the world, and I know the other kids feel the same too.”
Can you give us any secrets about what we can expect from series three?
“Oh wow, so much happens! We have a few new characters this time around and a lot of drama…oh and stray dogs and rampaging sheep! All in a day’s work for Tracy!”
Do you enjoy filming in the northeast?
“I love it. The people are so warm and friendly – it’s like our second home.”
What’s the secret of the success of Tracy Beaker Returns?
“I think one of the best things about Tracy Beaker Returns is that we tackle such a wide range of subjects in our stories. It’s a real rollercoaster of a show. We can look at issues such as friendship, bullying, body image and generally finding your place in the world, but also the writers really know how to do comedy and when I read the scripts I do sometimes laugh out loud. There’s such a strong, talented team associated with the show and I think that’s the key to its sustained success. I feel really proud to be part of it.”
How do you think Tracy has changed over the years?
“Apart from the hair? Erm, she’s grown up a lot, but she’s still the same Tracy deep down. She gets caught up in lots of mayhem and chaos, but at the end of the day she means well and is loveable.”
Which three words would you use to describe the new series?
“Fast, fun and feisty!”
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