Elizabeth "E.G." Daily voices the character "Tommy Pickles" on the "Rugrats" TV series.
|General Actor Information|
|Also known as:||Elizabeth Daily|
|Born:||September 11, 1961|
|Birthplace:||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Occupation:||Actress, voice actress|
|Also known for:||voice of "Buttercup" on The Powerpuff Girls TV series and films|
|Spouse(s):||Rick Salomon, 1985-2000 (divorced)|
|Children:||2 with Salomon|
Susie Carmichael / Boy
|Episodes appearances:||172 in series|
E.G. Daily (born Elizabeth Ann Guttman on September 11, 1961) is an American actress, voice-over actress, singer/songwriter, and musician who is the voice of Tommy Pickles. She also voiced Stu Pickles as a baby in "Sour Pickles". She was born in Los Angeles, California.
E.G. started acting in 1978 as a dancer in the movie, Disco Fever. She has also guest-starred in television shows such as Laverne & Shirley, Chips, and the television version of Fame'.' She is also known for playing Dottie in the movie, "Pee Wee's Playhouse" in 1985 as Pee Wee's girlfriend. She starred in the movies "Streets of Fire," "Bad Dreams," "Loverboy," "Valley Girl," and various television movies.
E.G. is also known for portraying the voices in animated series such as Buttercup on The Powerpuff Girls, Mambo on Duckman, Rudy Tabootie on ChalkZone, and Zoe on Baby Blues. She has also done voice-over work on Recess, Eek! The Cat, The New Batman Adventures, Histeria, and The New Woody Woodpecker Show.
She also does the singing voice of Jake Harper in the opening credits of Two in a Half Men. E.G. has done voice-over work in movies Lorenzo's Oil, and A Goofy Movie. She's also famed for voicing Babe in Babe: Pig in the City, taking over the role from Chuckie's voice actress, Christine Cavanaugh. She also did the singing voice of Bamm-Bamm Rubble (as spoken by Cavanaugh) in Cave Kids and Beary Barrington (as spoken by Haley Joel Osment) in The Country Bears.
E.G. signed to A&M Records in 1985 and a year later, she released the single, "Say It Say It" which managed to peak at #70 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the dance charts.
Her music has featured on movie soundtracks such as "Scarface," "The Breakfast Club," and "Summer School." She also provided vocals on Human League's Phillip Oakley's solo album, "Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder."
E.G. has released three albums: "Wild Child" (1985), "Lace Around The Wound" (1989), and "Tearing Down the Walls" (1999). In 2008, she released the single, "Beautiful" which is available on iTunes. E.G. has starred in Rob Stewart's "Young Turks" music video.
E.G. was married to Rick Solomon from July 1995 to March 2000. She has two daughters: Hunter Daily Solomon (born on March 13, 1996) and Tyson (born on October 14, 1998).
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