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Cynthia Daniel

Mostly Credited As: Cynthia Daniel
Birth Name: Cynthia Lynn Daniel
Date Of Birth: March 17, 1976 (Age 39)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Gainesville, Florida
Height: 5' 8" (1.72 m)

Cynthia Daniel

TV Appearances

Main cast 
Sweet Valley High (1994)As: Elizabeth 'Liz' Wakefield
Episode Cast Credits 

That '80s Show (2002) 
  Sophia's Depressed 01x13: (May/29/2002) As Bianca 
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Her nicknames are “Cyn” & “Lu Lu”.

She is the identical twin Sister to Actress “Brittany Daniel”.

She is the twin Sister to Actress “Brittany Daniel”.

Actor “Brad Raylius Daniel” is her older Brother.

She is married to the actor Cole Hauser and has been since 2006. They have two children: Ryland, in September 2004 and Son, Colt Daniel Hauser, born 12 June 2008.

She was a cheerleader in high school, like the Jessica Wakefield character on "Sweet Valley High" (though she played Elizabeth on the show).

After the show "Sweet Valley High" went off the air, she retired from acting and decided to be a professional photographer.

Her favorite TV shows are "Seinfeld," "Party of Five" and "My So-Called Life."

Her father, C.B. Daniel, was running for Mayor of her hometown of Gainesville, Florida in 2004.

Cynthia and her twin sister Brittany each have matching tattoos of miniature twins holding hands on their left big toes. Cynthia's tattoo has the letters C & B above it, and Brittany's has a B & C.

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Cynthia Daniel Quotes
"I decided to pursue photography because I love it so much more than acting. I still do commercials which fills that acting urge."

"I think twins have this special bond... because we're so much alike."

"Gosh, I've kissed so many guys on 'Sweet Valley High'!"

"I'm taking a photography class. And I love it. I never get out because they don't let me at work."

(On her sister): "She's great. I love Brittany so much. She's always been such a big support."

"We totally feed off each other. It's like we're Siamese twins or something. At auditions people will ask, 'Can we choose just one of you?'"