Danielle Erlich is an actor turned screenwriter best known for "Legacy" and "Luana." Her screenplay "Legacy" has garnered eight awards and nineteen total selections as of now. One award she won was at one of the Top 50 ranked festivals on the planet. Its prequel "Luana" has also received two selections as of now. It was a quarter-finalist at Storypros International Screenwriting Competition and was a semi-finalist at the Richmond International Film Festival.
Danielle Erlich was born at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles, CA. She later moved to Paradise Valley, AZ after the big Northridge earthquake. After high school, Danielle moved back to Los Angeles to study and try to be an actor. After years of studying acting, script analysis, and character breakdown, Danielle became ill with an autoimmune disease. Rather than giving up on film, she decided to change course and began screenwriting. That's how "Legacy," "Luana," and a new career for her in screenwriting were born.