Danielle Pinnock is an actor, writer and content creator based in Los Angeles. Raised in Northern New Jersey by her mother and grandmother, Pinnock is a proud first-generation Jamaican. She received her BA in Communications and Theatre from Temple University and graduated with First Distinction Honors with an MFA in Acting from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in the UK.

As an NBC Bob Curry Fellowship alum from The Second City Chicago, Pinnock is no stranger to comedy. Mentored by Anna Deavere Smith, Pinnock is classically trained with over a decade's worth of Off-Broadway, regional, and has an international stage repertoire from theatres such as the Goodman, Geffen Playhouse and The Kennedy Center.

For four seasons, Pinnock has recurred on the hit CBS comedy Young Sheldon as Ms. Ingram. She can also be seen going toe-to-toe with Ray Romano and Peter Bogdanovich in EPIX's Get Shorty. A chameleon behind the mic, Pinnock lends her voice to multiple recurring animation roles for DreamWorks, Universal, Netflix and Cartoon Network.

Mentioned in Forbes for their "hilarious skits" that help the world "laugh, to keep from crying," during the pandemic, Danielle Pinnock is the co-creator of the viral online sketch series Hashtag Booked. With over 15 million views and counting, Hashtag Booked examines a raw slice of the #actorslife with searing specificity and laugh-out-loud improvisation. As 2020 Webby Honorees, the comedy duo has captured the hearts of major networks, celebrities and acclaimed media outlets including Fast Company, Essence and Shondaland. Follow them on Instagram: @hashtagbooked.