Elizabeth Daily

Elizabeth Daily ( born September 11, 1961 in Los Angeles, California), Elizabeth Ann Guttman actually, is an American singer, voice actor and actress.


Daily began her career in 1978 with a minor role. This was followed by guest appearances in television series, they also appeared in Rod Stewart's music video for Young Turks. In 1982, she had in the great magic for the first time a major supporting role alongside Raul Julia and Desi Arnaz, in the following year, she starred in Martha Coolidge's Valley Girl comedy alongside Nicolas Cage. The mid-1980s she performed, among others, in Walter Hill's Streets of Fire as well as in the comedies with a strong number and Fandango.

In 1985, she signed a recording contract with A & M Records and released the following year under the name of EC Daily her first album Wild Child, which was produced by Harold Faltermeyer and other Keith Forsey. With the decoupled single from the album Say It, Say It, she had a minor chart success; this was also placed at number 70 on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached the top of the Billboard dance music charts. With Love in the Shadows and Mind Over Matter, a contribution to the soundtrack of Carl Reiner comedy Summer School, she was then able to place two more singles in the Top 20 dance music charts, but they missed a place in the Billboard Hot 100. published in 1989 the second album was not a commercial success, whereupon the record contract was dissolved. A third album was recorded ten years later.

From the early 1990s, Daily worked mainly as a voice actress, so she talks since 1991, the role of Tommy Pickles in the animated series Rugrats, as well as in the estimates based on feature films and the spin-off All Grown Up - Almost grown up. Between 1995 and 2005 she spoke Buttercup in the series The Powerpuff Girls. In addition, she spoke the voice of Babe: Pig in Babe: Pig in the City. In the theme music to Two and a Half Men Daily sang the vocals of Angus T. Jones.

Daily entertained the mid-1980s a relationship with actor Jon -Erik Hexum. Between 1995 and 2000 she was married to Rick Salomon, from his marriage had two children. Since 2010 she has been married to his second marriage.

Filmography ( excerpt)

As an actress

As a voice actress