Danielle Cormack is a New Zealand actress best known for her television roles as the Amazon Ephiny in Xena: Warrior Princess, as Cynthia Ross in The Cult and as Shota in Legend of the Seeker.
She also portrayed notorious Sydney underworld figure Kate Leigh in Underbelly: Razor and Bea Smith, whose desperate action results in life-changing consequences, in Wentworth.
Cormack came to prominence in Australia with her powerhouse performance in the acclaimed series Underbelly: Razor in the lead role as Kate Leigh. She was short-listed for a TV Week Silver Logie, as well as a nomination for her role in East West 101.
She also appeared in the acclaimed comedy-drama series Rake, alongside Richard Roxburgh and Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries.
Her other television credits include The Cult, for which she won Best Actress at the 2010 NZ Film and TV Awards, Rude Awakenings, City Homicide, The Strip and Maddigan's Quest.
Her feature film was Separation City, starring alongside Joel Edgerton, in which she received a nomination for Best Actress in the NZ Film Awards.
Danielle's film credits include Topless Women Talk About Their Lives, for which she won best actress at the NZ Film Awards, The Price of Milk and the Australian film Siam Sunset for which she received an award for Best Actress at the Fantasporto International Film Festival.
Danielle resides in Sydney and New Zealand.