Daisy Betts is an Australian actress best known for her starring roles as Peta Lee in the BBC's Australian soap opera Out of the Blue (2008) and as Janet Cooper, the owner of a San Francisco day care centre and a single mother, in the mystery drama television series Persons Unknown, in 2010.
She also had a starring role as Lieutenant and Chief Navigator of the Colorado, Grace Shepard, who is among the first wave of female officers to serve on U.S. submarines, in the action thriller television series Last Resort, from 2012-2013.
Betts undertook a Screen Actors Course at the National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) in 2006/7. Her first television role was in Small Claims 3, in 2005. She went on to a regular guest role in the drama series Sea Patrol in 2006 and 2007, with Ian Stenlake and Lisa McCune.
She also secured a lead guest role in the award-winning series All Saints, in 2007. Also in 2007, Daisy also won the role of Natasha in the psychological thriller Shutter, starring alongside Rachael Taylor and Joshua Jackson.
Persons Unknown marked her American television debut. In 2011, she filmed a lead role in the pilot Georgetown and starred in a three-episode arc opposite Kathy Bates in Harry's Law.
Betts starred in the lead role of Sam in the Australian feature film thriller Caught Inside, which premiered at the Sydney Film Festival in 2010 and won the Showtime Audience Award.
She also played the character of Natasha in the U.S. feature film Shutter, which was directed by Masayuki Ochiai.