Danielle Tsujino, Performing Arts Instructor
Danielle Tsujino has a range of experience and expertise in Theatre and Film. Danielle started acting at the age of 8. From there, she performed in a variety of plays and performed in her first film at the age of 18.
As a graduate of Judson College and The Los Angeles Film Studies Center, Danielle specializes in Screenwriting, Video Production, and Acting. During college, Danielle interned at Jennifer Lopez Enterprises. Upon graduation, Danielle worked for Disney, No Fear Productions, and Spyglass producer, Mike Kelly, on the film, Underdog, as a VFX Production Assistant. From there, she worked at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center as the Alumni Relations Assistant and Production Coordinator for student films.
As an actor she has attended Lesly Kahn and Co. and performed standup comedy at the Comedy Club in Hollywood. She is trained in scene and character study and as a commercial actor. She has appeared in several short films and plays throughout her career.
Her experience with the intellectual disabled population started when she volunteered with a church in Canada during college that had an intellectual disabled population among their congregation members. Danielle then became a mentor to a child with Autism while she lived in Los Angeles. Danielle loves teaching the students at Hope, watching them expand their creativity and becoming their own filmmakers.