|Born||(1981-11-12) November 12, 1981|
Daisy McCrackin (born November 12, 1981) is an American actress and singer-songwriter.
McCrackin made her film debut in the 2001 straight-to-video movie A Crack in the Floor co-starring Mario Lopez. Since then she has appeared in television series such as Cold Case, Angel and The Division and movies such as Hollywood Horror, 3000 Miles to Graceland, Halloween: Resurrection and starred in the controversial film Love and Suicide. She wrote the soundtrack and starred in the 2009 short film Till Death Do Us Part. Mica Film released this debut recording, Till Death Do Us Part, engineered by Steve Muhic in August 2009. Aeronaut Records followed with her EP release of The Rodeo Grounds in November 2009. She appeared in the 2011 film adaptation of Atlas Shrugged. She released a full-length record in 2011 called “God Willing” and had produced six music videos that are available on YouTube.
On 3 May 2017 McCrackin and fellow actor Joseph Capone were victims of a kidnapping. Three assailants tied Capone up naked in a bathtub, drove McCrackin to several banks in her own car, and told her to provide at least $10,000 (£7,500) for the release of Capone. McCrackin was able to escape and alert police after being driven back to her home. The defendants are expected to appear in court on 23 July 2018 for a pre-trial hearing. All three face life in prison if convicted.
|2000||Angel||Bethany Chaulk||Episode: “Untouched“|
|2001||3000 Miles to Graceland||Megan|
|The Huntress||Sierra||Episode: “Family Therapy”|
|A Crack in the Floor||Heidi|
|2002||Special Unit 2||Djinn / Genie / Natalie||Episode: “The Wish”|
|Halloween: Resurrection||Donna Chang|
|Cold Case||Tina Bayes||Episode: “Churchgoing People”|
|2004||The Division||Episode: “As I Was Going to St. Ives…”|
|2005||Love and Suicide||Nina|
|2009||Till Death Do Us Part||Cristal||Short|
|2010||Venus & Vegas||Jill|
|2013||Joan’s Day Out||Daisy||Short|
|2014||Love at First Sight||Diane||Short|
|2015||Jane the Virgin||Mommy||Episode: “Chapter Seventeen”|
|2016||She Rises||Rosebud||Jury Award for Best Actress|
|2018||House of Demons||Anne|