Cynthia Daniel is a former American actress who shared the screen with Leonardo DiCaprio in the 1995 movie The Basketball Diaries. In addition to acting, she is also a professional photographer. She owns a studio, Five Arrows Photography.
Cynthia Daniel was born in Gainesville, Florida, on 17 March 1976 to Carolyn and Charlton B Daniel Jr. Her birth name is Cynthia Lynn Daniel. She has a twin sister Brittany Daniel who is also an actress. Also, she has an elder brother named Brad Raylius Danie.
Cynthia Daniel poses with her twin sister Brittany Daniel on 1 October 2019 (Photo: Cynthia Daniel's Instagram)
Cynthia is five minutes younger and one inch taller than her sister—Cynthia is 5 feet 8 inches ( 1.73 meters) tall.
Married Life- Husband, Children
Cynthia has been married to actor Cole Hauser. They tied the knot on 22 December 2006.
Before sharing the wedding vows, the couple had already welcomed their first baby, Ryland- born in September 2004.
Cynthia and her husband got blessed with their second son, Colt Daniel Hauser, on 12 June 2008. Moreover, the family of four soon turned into five when the pair welcomed their only daughter, Steely Rose, in 2013.
Who Is Cole Hauser?
Cynthia Daniel's husband, Cole Hauser, is a popular actor in Hollywood.
He made his on-screen debut in School Ties in 1992. After his impressive acting skills, he went on to star in movies like Dazed and Confused, Skins, Higher Learning, All Over Me, Good Will Hunting, Pitch Black, and others. Likewise, he has also acted amazingly in television series like High Incident, ER, K-Ville, Chase, Rogue, and Yellowstone.
Cole comes from a filmy background family as he is the son of actor Cass Warner and Wings Hauser. He embraces mixed ethnicity as his father is of German, Irish, and Belgian descent, whereas his mother is from a Jewish family.
Career: Movies & TV Shows
Cynthia began her career through modeling. She stepped into the modeling field along with her sister and made her debut in 1983 with the comedy show The New Leave It to Beaver. Following her successful beginning, she went on to act in television series like Burke's Law, Sweet Valley High, and Hollywood Health Report.
But the actress decided to quit acting after the television series Sweet Valley High season 4 got canceled. Nevertheless, Cynthia was a part of the series for three consecutive seasons, and in the series, she played the role of Elizabeth Wakefield. After her retirement, she had made only one appearance in That '80s Show in 2002.
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Retiring from acting was not the end of the road for Cynthia as she and her sister launched their lifestyle blog, The Sweet Life, in June 2017. Their vlogs cover everything from fashion and beauty tips to personal growth and home decor, as well as parenting.