Who knew that 11-year-old Florida native Brittany Daniel’s burgeoning modeling career and feature in Seventeen Magazine, would lead to an acting career that would span over two decades? Her girl-next-door persona helped land her first acting gig on the popular '80s sitcom, The New Leave It to Beaver. Although the role helped the young actress’ resume grow, her breakout role as Jessica Wakefield on the popular '90s teen series, Sweet Valley High, catapulted her to success. Her noteworthy three-year run on the show yielded her a Young Artist Award in 1995 and a Wrigley’s Doublemint gum ad campaign. In the years since, Daniel has continued her success on the small screen with recurring roles on Dawson’s Creek, That '70s Show, and That '80s Show. She has also appeared in over 14 movies including The Basketball Diaries, White Chicks, Club Dread, and Keenen Ivory Wayans’ 2007 film Little Man, which garnered her an MTV Movie Award nomination for Best Kiss. She recently revealed that a break from the show was linked to her battle with stage IV non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, but now Daniels is healthy and back for season seven of the hit series.