|Birthdate:||March 4, 1974|
|Birth location:||Athens, Greece|
|Birth name:||Daniela Amavia|
|Measurements:||38-23-36 (US); 91-60-88 (EU)|
|Height:||178 cm; 5' 10"|
|Weight:||129 lb (58 kg)|
Daniela Amavia (Greek: Ντανιέλα Αμανία), also credited as Daniela Elle and Daniela Lunkewitz, is an actress and model, appearing in numerious films and international fashion events.
Born in Greece, raised in Germany and schooled in Britain Amavia speaks fluent Greek, German, French, and English. As a young girl she was a dancer but when her teacher told a crushed Daniela that she was too tall for the ballet, her teacher told her to try acting. She began acting at the State Theatre Corps de Ballet, and studied Drama and Literature at the Goethe University, and acting in London where she soon began receiving small roles. While studying to be an actress, she also did some modeling work, doing runway work in Paris, France for Chanel and Dior, she was a spokesmodel work for Chloe, and cover work for Vogue, Elle, and Femme. In 2001 her career took off when she won the Best Actress award at the New York International Independent Film Festival for The Woman Every Man Wants as well as the Deutscher Filmpreis, the German equivalent of the Academy Award. In addition to acting and modeling Amavia also has created several short films, written, directed, and produced. In 2003 she appeared in the TV series Children of Dune.
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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