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Dani Harmer (Danielle Jane Harmer) was born on 8 February, 1989 in Bracknell, United Kingdom, is an English actress. Discover Dani Harmer's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 31 years old?

Popular As Danielle Jane Harmer
Occupation Actress,television personality,singer
Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 8 February 1989
Birthday 8 February
Birthplace Bracknell, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Dani Harmer Height, Weight & Measurements

At 32 years old, Dani Harmer height is 1.55 m .

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Height 1.55 m
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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.

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Children Avarie-Belle Betsy

Dani Harmer Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Dani Harmer worth at the age of 32 years old? Dani Harmer’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Dani Harmer's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Source of Income Actress

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In 2018, Harmer joined 26 other celebrities and performed an original Christmas song called Rock With Rudolph. The song was recorded in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital and was released digitally on independent record label Saga Entertainment on the 30th November 2018. The music video debuted exclusively with The Sun on 29 November 2018 and had its first TV showing on Good Morning Britain on 30 November 2018. The song peaked at number two on the iTunes pop chart.


On 28 June 2016, Harmer gave birth to her daughter, Avarie-Belle Betsy Rachel Brough. She made a political remark in 2019 after filming a video where she adapted her Tracy Beaker line into “Bog off Tories!” She expressed her support for Labour through a tweet stating: “Off to vote Labour.”


Harmer portrayed Janet in the 2013 UK tour of the stage production The Rocky Horror Show.


In March 2012, Harmer appeared in the fourth series of Let's Dance for Sport Relief, alongside Tyger Drew-Honey, in which they both finished as joint runners-up. Later that year, she appeared in the tenth series of Strictly Come Dancing, partnered with Vincent Simone, in which they reached the grand final, finishing in fourth place.

Harmer returned to the role of Tracy Beaker in early 2010 in the 13-episode BBC series Tracy Beaker Returns, in which her character had developed into a care worker and had written an autobiography about what life is like for children in care. Three series aired of Tracy Beaker Returns. It concluded on 23 March 2012, due to Harmer deciding to quit her role as Tracy. A spin-off was created called The Dumping Ground but did not feature her, though she did return for two episodes at the end of series 6. She then starred in another TV show called Dani's Castle, a spin-off from Dani's House. This aired at the start of 2013.

Harmer was due to star as Jane in Disco Inferno, which was planned tour across the UK in Autumn 2012. However it was announced on 5 September 2012 that the musical was cancelled after an investor pulled out. Harmer confirmed via her Twitter account on the same day that she would be a contestant on the upcoming tenth series of Strictly Come Dancing.

Harmer competed in the tenth series of the BBC ballroom dancing show, Strictly Come Dancing, in 2012. She was paired up with Vincent Simone and the couple succeeded in reaching the grand final.


Winner of the 2010 Children's BAFTA for Best Drama, Harmer was nominated for her performance as Tracy Beaker in its various incarnations, with the programme attracting a nomination in the Children's Drama Category at the 2011 RTS Awards. Harmer was nominated for a BAFTA Cymru for Best Actress for her performance in Tracy Beaker's Movie of Me. Dani's House, her own hit CBBC show received a 2009 Children's BAFTA nomination.


In 2008, Harmer signed a record deal with record label Universal/Decca worth £3 million, under the management of Daniel Glatman, some time before beginning work on her debut album. The album was recorded and written in 2008 with the help of producer and songwriter Tom Nichols, and entitled Superheroes. The album's lead and only single "Free" was released on 25 May 2009, after becoming the theme song of the TV show Dani's House, in which Harmer plays the lead role. The song reached number 117 on the Official Chart. "Free" was featured on the compilation album Pop Princesses 2009. The scheduled release date of Superheroes was October 2009, which was later pushed back to early 2010. Rumours circulated that the album had been cancelled by Harmer's record company due to poor sales of the lead single, she responded that "they are just waiting for the right time to release it". No further comment was made until mid-2012, when Harmer stated via Twitter that she had given up music because she wanted to focus on her acting career. The album never surfaced, but the artwork and 30-second previews of each track were released in early 2010, along with the track list.

In 2009, Harmer received a Gold Blue Peter Badge for her role in Tracy Beaker.


In 2008, Harmer branched into the music business and signed a £3m record deal with Universal Music Group. She recorded her debut album, Superheroes, in September 2009, and released the single and theme from Dani's House, "Free", but the album was never released and it was later confirmed she had abandoned her music career.

In November 2008 Media Guardian reported that After You've Gone was to be cancelled by the BBC, due to ITV moving Coronation Street to the same slot on ITV1. The BBC had announced a fourth series of the show in January of that year to be aired in 2009; however, the series ended with a Christmas special in 2008.


Her other TV credits include the ITV drama series Trial & Retribution, My Family, Pie in the Sky, The 10th Kingdom, Beast, Touch Me, I'm Karen Taylor, "Beep Beep" in the British television series The Beeps, and the pilot for Coming of Age. She was one of the presenters: known as "packers" in the 2006 series of the Saturday morning show, Mighty Truck of Stuff.


Harmer made her stage debut at the age of 6 in the musical The Who's Tommy in the West End. She has appeared in a number of pantomimes: Dolly Mixture in Snow White (2004), the title character in Peter Pan (2005, Alban Arena, 2006 in Worthing and 2010 in High Wycombe), Dick Whittington (2007, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre) and the title role in Cinderella alongside Joe Tracini (2011, York Barbican). Harmer appeared as an extra in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone; she was sitting in the Great Hall when the new students to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry took turns to visit the Sorting Hat. Her big break was when she landed the title role in CBBC's dramedy series The Story of Tracy Beaker, which she starred in for five series and also the feature-length film, Tracy Beaker's Movie of Me.


Danielle Jane Harmer (born 8 February 1989) is an English actress, television personality, and former singer. She is best known for her role as Tracy Beaker in the CBBC series The Story of Tracy Beaker (2002–2005), Tracy Beaker Returns (2010–2012) for which she won a BAFTA in 2010, and The Tracy Beaker Survival Files (2011–2012). Harmer starred as Molly Louise Venables in the BBC One series After You've Gone (2007). She has also starred in her own CBBC sitcom Dani's House (2008–2012), and its spin-off series Dani's Castle (2013–2014).