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.
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”.
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.
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.
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
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