FANDOM


m (Reverted edits by Kike000007 (talk) to last version by JeremyCreek)
 
(One intermediate revision by one user not shown)
Line 13: Line 13:
 
Previously, she had a recurring role as [[Rebecca Martin]] in three episodes of ''[[Zoey 101]]''. After ''Victorious'' premiered, she had a small cameo on ''[[iCarly]]'' as a popular girl attending [[Nora Dirshlitt]]'s birthday party in the episode "[[iPsycho]]". She later reprised the role of Trina in the crossover ''[[iParty with Victorious]]'', and later hosted the extended version of the episode with [[Matt Bennett]] and [[Noah Munck]].
 
Previously, she had a recurring role as [[Rebecca Martin]] in three episodes of ''[[Zoey 101]]''. After ''Victorious'' premiered, she had a small cameo on ''[[iCarly]]'' as a popular girl attending [[Nora Dirshlitt]]'s birthday party in the episode "[[iPsycho]]". She later reprised the role of Trina in the crossover ''[[iParty with Victorious]]'', and later hosted the extended version of the episode with [[Matt Bennett]] and [[Noah Munck]].
   
She also played the live action version of [[Tootie]], at ten and twenty-three years old, in ''[[The Fairly OddParents]]'' movie ''[[A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!]]''
+
She also played the live action version of [[Tootie]], at ten and twenty-three years old, in ''[[The Fairly OddParents]]'' movie ''[[A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!]]''
   
She plays [[Clarissa (Supah Ninjas)|Clarissa]] in the ''[[Supah Ninjas]]'' episode "[[Morningstar Academy]]".
+
She played [[Clarissa (Supah Ninjas)|Clarissa]] in the ''[[Supah Ninjas]]'' episode "[[Morningstar Academy]]".
   
 
She starred as [[Bertha]] in ''[[Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred]]'', replacing [[Jennette McCurdy]]. She reprises the role for the television adaptation, ''[[Fred: The Show]]'', which previewed on January 16, 2012.
 
She starred as [[Bertha]] in ''[[Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred]]'', replacing [[Jennette McCurdy]]. She reprises the role for the television adaptation, ''[[Fred: The Show]]'', which previewed on January 16, 2012.
   
She voices the character [[Mitzi]] on the animated series ''[[Winx Club]]''.
+
She voiced the character [[Mitzi (Winx Club)|Mitzi]] on Nickelodeon's animated series ''[[Winx Club]]''.
   
In addition, Monet is also the host of Nickelodeon's ''[[AwesomenessTV]]''.
+
In addition, Monet was the host of Nickelodeon's ''[[AwesomenessTV]]'' and ''[[Paradise Run]]''.
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
Line 36: Line 36:
 
[[Category:Live actors]]
 
[[Category:Live actors]]
 
[[Category:Females]]
 
[[Category:Females]]
[[Category:Victorious Cast Members]]
+
[[Category:Victorious cast members]]
  +
[[Category:Winx Club cast members]]
 
[[Category:Real persons]]
 
[[Category:Real persons]]
 
[[Category:1980s births]]
 
[[Category:1980s births]]

Latest revision as of 02:33, December 14, 2018

The topic of this page has a wiki of its own: Daniella Monet Wiki.

Daniella Monet (born Daniella Monet Zuvic; March 1, 1989) is an American actress and singer, best known for playing various TV guest roles and most recently, starring as Trina Vega in the Nickelodeon sitcom Victorious.

Previously, she had a recurring role as Rebecca Martin in three episodes of Zoey 101. After Victorious premiered, she had a small cameo on iCarly as a popular girl attending Nora Dirshlitt's birthday party in the episode "iPsycho". She later reprised the role of Trina in the crossover iParty with Victorious, and later hosted the extended version of the episode with Matt Bennett and Noah Munck.

She also played the live action version of Tootie, at ten and twenty-three years old, in The Fairly OddParents movie A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!

She played Clarissa in the Supah Ninjas episode "Morningstar Academy".

She starred as Bertha in Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred, replacing Jennette McCurdy. She reprises the role for the television adaptation, Fred: The Show, which previewed on January 16, 2012.

She voiced the character Mitzi on Nickelodeon's animated series Winx Club.

In addition, Monet was the host of Nickelodeon's AwesomenessTV and Paradise Run.

External linksEdit

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.