Before she became one of the top voice-over artists in animation, EG Daily was an on-camera actress and singer/songwriter. She has starred in more than fifteen feature films as an actress, most notably Dottie in “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure,” and Loryn in “Valley Girl.” She has also appeared in television series such as “Laverne & Shirley,” “CHiPs,” “Fame,” and Friends. She also played the role as Patti in the music video for Rod Stewart’s song, “Young Turks.”
In animation, Daily is best known as the voice of Tommy Pickles in “Rugrats” and the spin-off series “All Grown Up!,” as well as Buttercup in “The Powerpuff Girls.” She can also be heard as the voice of Babe in the live-action feature “Babe II: Pig in the City.” Additional voice-over credits include “Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles,” “Recess,” “Woody Woodpecker,” “Eek! The Cat,” “Duck Days,” “Duckman,” “Jungle Cubs,” “Problem Child,” and “Baby Blues.” She also provided the voice of Froggie in the feature film “The Little Rascals” as well as Bam Bam in “The Flintstones,” and Lorenzo in the Academy Award winning feature film, “Lorenzo’s Oil.”
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In the music world, EG Daily co-wrote and co-produced several solo albums including “Wild Child” and “Lace Around the Wound,” and “Tearing Down the Walls.” Several of E.G.’s songs soared to the top of Billboard’s dance charts and became well-received music videos, including “Say It, Say It”, which became a number one hit. In the fall of 2013, Daily was also a contestant on the NBC reality show, “The Voice.”
Daily has also composed music and performed on a number of soundtracks, including “Thief of Hearts,” “Scarface,” “The Breakfast Club,” “Summer School,” and “Better Off Dead,” and has collaborated with many well-known producers, such as Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey, Stock Aitken, Waterman, Jelly Bean Benitez and Harold Faltermeyer. In addition, she worked with producer Bob Ezrin on the song, “Heart That’s True” for the “Babe, Pig in the City” soundtrack.