Dario has since 1932 painted an international track that led her to Hollywood and Broadway.
At the end of the Second World War, her reputation was somewhat distorted by her activities during the German occupation of the "Continental" studio, which was run by the "enemy".
The actress returned after her work and achieved a series of successes such as "Mrs. ..." for Max Aufuels, "The Case of Cicero" by Joseph Mankeijek and "Mary-October" by Julian Duffy.
After the age of fifty, Jacques Dumi gave Daniel Dario a role in the film "Anasat Rochefort" (1967), which gave a new breath to her career and gave her the opportunity to continue to recite the figures of women Enakat and humorous sense of humor.
Under the direction of Paul Vickieli or André Teshenier, Dario has shown that she has never lost her vitality. In 2002, François Ozone chose to play a role in the film "Eight Women".
Starting in 1969, Daniel Dario began the stage experience with the lyrics of Fido, Gitri and Marcel Emmy.
In 2003, alone on the stage, she played "Oscar and the Rose Lady" by Eric Emmanuel Schmidt, and won the Moliere Prize.
Her last appearance was in the 2010 screens in the film "Wedding Cake" by Donis Garnier-Devar.