Daniela Lewkowicz is an actress born in Bolivia. When she was three years old, Daniela and her family moved to South Florida. She grew up in a bi-cultural environment, never forgetting her Bolivian roots. Daniela is grateful for her mother for always speaking Spanish while growing up because now she is able to broaden her opportunities and use her second language in her acting work. Her lead role in an anti-bullying PSA earned Daniela a student Emmy award in 2016. She also directed her first short film, Mckinney Falls, which placed 2nd at the Water Texas Film Festival judged by Richard Linklater.
Daniela is very grateful and excited about all her recent work she's taken part in throughout 2020-2021 and she can't wait to see what else is in store. When she isn't acting, Daniela enjoys volunteering on organic farms through the WWOOF program, practicing yoga, lifting weights, and traveling to remote areas with her friends to relax and connect with nature.