Soleil Moon Frye

Soleil Moon Frye (6 August 1976) is an actress American film director and screenwriter. Frye is known above all for his child role as protagonist in Punky Brewster, a sitcom.

Biography

Soleil was born in Glendora, California, his father is actor Virgil Frye and his mother the talent agent, Sondra Peluce Londy. It has two half-brothers, Sean Frye and Meeno Peluce, both former child actors “Soleil” (pronounced / soʊˈleɪ /) is the word French for “Sun”.

Career

Frye made his debut as an actress in the movie Missing Children: A mother’s Story in 1982. Punky Brewster at the age of 8, he starred in a sitcom broadcast on NBC and in syndication from 1984 to 1986.

Likewise, doubled the lead character in the animated series It’s Punky Brewster. After that series ended in 1986, Frye won the lead role in the sitcom Cadets in 1988. During the 1990s, she appeared as a guest on various television shows, including The Wonder Years, Saved by the Bell, and Friends, and doubled as Tiny Toon Adventures and The Cartoon Cartoon Show animated characters. Apart from his work in television, Frye appeared in the films The Liars’ Club (1993) and Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (1995) and in productions such as Orestes, I corruption My Mother and The Housekeeper. In 1996, Frye moved to New York to attend The New School and subsequently directed the movie “Wild horses” (1998).

From 2000 to 2003, Frye represented Roxie King character in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, with his old friend and producer Melissa Joan Hart series.[ 3 ] During the recording of Sabrina, doubled the character of Zoey in The Proud Family series for Disney Channel and in the same series in 2005 TV movie.

Frye directed his second film, Sonny Boy, in 2004. Documentary narrates the Chronicles of a trip two weeks Frye was with his father, Virgil, who has Alzheimer’s disease. Sonny Boy was chosen for the twenty-seventh Starz Denver International Film Festival official selection [ 4 ] and won the award for best documentary at the San Diego Film Festival. In 2006, provided the voice for the character of Jade Bratz animated series.

Personal life

In 1992 had a brief relationship with actor Edward Furlong (Terminator 2) and soon after came out with Mark Wahlberg, known then as Marky Mark, leading a group of rap. After suffering youth gigantomastia teenager, Frye underwent breast reduction three months of age 16.

Frye married Jason Goldberg, an actor and television producer, on 25 October 1998 in Los Angeles. They had their first child, Poet Sienna Rose Goldberg, 24 August 2005 in Los Angeles.[ 6 ] On 17 March 2008, Soleil gave birth to her second daughter, Jagger Joseph Blue Goldberg.

In 2007, together with two friends, Frye opened The Little Seed (the small seed), a boutique childrens respectful with the environment in Los Angeles.

Filmography

Cinema

Film

Year       Film        Paper    Notes

2008       For Better or for Worse

2004       Sonny Boy                           Director

2001       Alex in Wonder                 Alissa     Alternate title Sex and a Girl

2000       The Girls’ Room                Casey    Alternate title: Best of Enemies

1999       Blue Motel          Agent Kyle Rivers

1998       Wild Horses                        Writer and Director

1996       Mind Games      Becky Hanson

1995       Twisted Love     Sharon Stewart

1994       The St. Tammany Miracle             Julia

Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings     Marcie

1993       The Liars’ Club   Gigi

Television

Television

Year       Title       Paper    Original title        Type

2005-2006            Bratz      Jade (voice)

Bratz: Forever Diamondz              Jade (voice)                        Video game

2005       The Proud Family Movie               Zoey (voice)                       Film

Bratz Rock Angelz            Jade                       Video game

The x’s Annasthesia (voice)        The X’s 1 episode

2001-2005            The Proud Family             Zoey (voice)                       46 episodes

2000-2003            Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (Latin America)

Sabrina things witch (Spain)        Roxie King           Sabrina, the Teenage Witch        65 episodes

1999       Working               Jen Miller                            1 episode

Friends                 Katie                      1 episode

Grown Ups         Robin                    1 episode

1998       I’ve Been Waiting for You             Kyra Thompson                                Film

1997       The Secret          Emily DeCapprio                               Film

1996       The Cartoon Cartoon Show         Mary (voice)                      1 episode

1995       Piranha                 Laura                     Film

1994       Summertime Switch       Peggy, Captain of the Cheerleading                         Film

Heaven Help Us                                                1 episode

1992       Saved by the Bell             Robin    Saved by the Bell             1 episode

Tiny Toon Adventures   Amanda Duff (voice)                      2 episodes

ABC Weekend Special    Tina                        1 episode

1990       Where’s Rodney?            Sonya                    Film

Those wonderful years (Spain)

Kevin, grow with love (Argentina)            Mimi Detweiler                 The Wonder Years           1 episode

1988       Cadets Tyler McKay

1987       The Law & Harry McGraw Charlene                              1 episode

The real Ghostbusters   Kenny Fenderman (voice)           The Real Ghostbusters 1 episode

1985-1986            It’s Punky Brewster         Penelope “Punky” Brewster (voice)                        26 episodes

1984-1986            Punky Brewster                Penelope “Punky” Brewster                       88 episodes

1985       Arnold (Spain)

Black and white (Latin America)                 Terry Harris         Diff’ Diff’rent Strokes     1 episode

MacGruder and Loud     Kathy                    1 episode

1984       Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter       Elizabeth Kovacs # 2                        Film

Invitation to Hell               Chrissy Winslow                               Film

1983       Who Will Love My Children?       Linda Fray                            Film

1982       Missing Children: A mother’s Story                                          Film

[Edit] Awards and nominations

Year       Award   Result   Category              Series or film

1985       Young Artist Award         Nominated         Best young actress in a comedy television series               Punky Brewster

1986       Winner                 Best young actress protagonist in a television series        Punky Brewster

1988       Nominated         Best young female television superstar                 Punky Brewster

Best animation voice group         It’s Punky Brewster (shared with Casey Ellison, Ami Foster, Teddy Field III, and Cherie Johnson)

1989       Best young actress protagonist in a family comedy, drama, or special      Mickey’s 60th Birthday

Winner                 Best young actress – voice for paper        It’s Punky Brewster

2004       San Diego Film Festival Winner                 Best documentary           Sonny Bo