Australian native, Daisy Betts, has had numerous lead roles, nationally and internationally, in both television and film. Daisy trained at Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) and with the Australian Speech and Communication Association.
Daisy was recently seen starring as ‘Ellie’ in the SyFy/ NBCUniversal six-hour miniseries, Childhood’s End, opposite Mike Vogel, Charles Dance, and Julian McMahon based on the iconic novel by Arthur C. Clarke. Childhood’s End aired in December 2015 on SyFy Network and was nominated for a 2016 Critics’ Choice Television Award regarding ‘Best Movie Made for Television or Limited Series.’
Daisy recurred in the popular U.S comedy-drama Girlfriends’ Guide to divorce, as eccentric and charismatic billionaire, Gemma Sacco. Daisy also recurred in NBC series, The Player, as ‘Ginny’ starring opposite Philip Winchester and Wesley Snipes. She is best known for her leading role of ‘Grace Shepard,’ in the ABC series, The Last Resort. She recurred in the following NBC series: Chicago Fire, as ‘Rebecca Jones,’ as ‘Bethany Sanders’ opposite Kathy Bates and Alfred Molina in Harry’s Law, and also for the role of ‘Janet’ in the 2010’s Persons Unknown, created by Christopher McQuarry.
Daisy’s other television credits include the lead role of ‘Peta’ in Out of the Blue (Southern Star Productions), the role of ‘Sally Blake’ in Sea Patrol (for Australia’s Nine Network), which recurred in Series 1, 2 and 5. She also played ‘Jenny Constable’ in All Saints, (Seven Network) and ‘Amber’ in the TV movie, Small Claims 3 (Network Ten).
Daisy starred in the lead role of ‘Sam’ in the Australian feature film thriller, Caught Inside, which premiered at the Sydney Film Festival 2010 and won the Showtime Audience Award. Daisy also played the character of ‘Natasha’ in the US feature film, Shutter, directed by Masayuki Ochai for 20TH Century Fox and New Regency Studios USA. Daisy most recently played opposite Latino star Alex Meneses, as her sycophant assistant in Weddings Inc (short, 2017).