Daniella Monet is an actress, philanthropist, and entrepreneur, who is best known for her role as Trina on Nickelodeon’s “Victorious,” opposite Ariana Grande. Other television credits include “Listen Up,” opposite Jason Alexander, “Baby Daddy,” and “Cousins for Life,” amongst many others, as well as feature films such as “Nancy Drew,” (2007), “Taking 5,” (2007), and “Simon Says,” (2006). Monet also served as host of “Paradise Run,” (shot on location in Hawaii), and made a cameo in Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next,” video. Currently she hosts the hit podcast “Adulting Like a Mother, Father,” (Podcast One/Apple Podcasts/Spotify) with her fiancé Andrew Gardner, where they talk parenting, relationships, and adulting, and everything in between.
As one who has been plant based for over seventeen years, Monet has become a tremendous advocate for conscious, healthy, and kind living. So tremendous in fact, that she’s invested in three thriving companies: Kinder Beauty (co-founded alongside Harry Potter’s Evanna Lynch), Pig Out Chips (through Outstanding Foods), and Sugar Taco, a popular hot spot for vegan Mexican cuisine located on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.
In addition to her entrepreneurial endeavors, Monet has become a lifestyle and wellness expert, taking to her social media platforms and YouTube Channel where more than 4 million viewers tune in regularly for her content. Her massive reach has proven that she is a powerhouse in the cruelty-free and plant-based communities, and with that, is continuing her success into the lifestyle and parenting spaces.
Daniella Monet is a new mom to son Gio James, and resides in Los Angeles with her fiancé, Andrew Gardner.