E. G. Daily

Elizabeth Ann Guttman (born September 11, 1961), credited as E. G. Daily and sometimes Elizabeth Daily, is an American singer and voice actress best known for voicing Tommy Pickles in the Nicktoons Rugrats and All Grown Up!, Buttercup in Cartoon Network's The Powerpuff Girls, and Rudy Tabootie in ChalkZone. She also voiced the title-character from the live-action film Babe: Pig in the City, replacing Christine Cavanaugh.

E. G. Daily
Elizabeth Daily 2018.jpg
Daily on February 28, 2018
Elizabeth Ann Guttman

(1961-09-11) September 11, 1961 (age 58)
OccupationActress, voice actress, singer, comedian
Years active1979–present
Rick Salomon
(m. 1995; div. 2000)

Daily is also well known for her roles in a variety of live action films such as Valley Girl, Dogfight, No Small Affair, Fandango, Streets of Fire, The Devil's Rejects, My Sister's Keeper, and most famously Pee-wee's Big Adventure. She voiced Julius on the television series Julius Jr.

Acting careerEdit

Voice actingEdit

Daily has voiced television characters such as Tommy Pickles in Rugrats, and Freefall / Roxy Spaulding in the film Gen¹³ and Private Isabel "Dizzy" Flores in Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles. She provided the voice for the title role in the live-action feature film Babe: Pig in the City, replacing Christine Cavanaugh. More recently from 2013-2015, she played the title character on the Nick Jr. television show Julius Jr..

Live actingEdit

Besides doing voice-overs, Daily has acted in film and on TV. She played Sandy Burns on the PBS series The Righteous Apples from 1980 to 1981. In 1985, she starred as Dottie in Pee-wee's Big Adventure as well as Loryn in Valley Girl and as a singer in the comedy Better Off Dead. She also appeared on such shows as Laverne & Shirley, CHiPs, Fame and Friends. She was also in the video for Rod Stewart's song "Young Turks" as Patti, one of the runaway teens.[1] She has been cast in several Rob Zombie films, most recently in 2015 as Sex-Head in Rob Zombie's 31,[2] the woman on the side of Torsten Voges, who plays Death-Head.[3]

Singing careerEdit

Daily signed with A&M Records in 1985, working with Madonna's frequent collaborators John "Jellybean" Benitez and Stephen Bray. In 1986, that label released the R&B/Rock single "Say It, Say It". The song made it to No. 70 on the Billboard Hot 100, and the No. 1 spot on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. (Other versions of the song appeared as early as 1981). Her songs "Shake It Up" and "I'm Hot Tonight" were included in the soundtrack to the film Scarface. Those same songs were later included in the lineup of fictional radio station Flashback 95.6 FM in the Grand Theft Auto III video game. They were also included in the Scarface: The World Is Yours video game, based on the 1983 film. Her hit "Love in the Shadows" was featured in the films Thief of Hearts and Circuit.

Also in 1985, she provided backup vocals for The Human League front-man Philip Oakey's debut solo album, Philip Oakey & Giorgio Moroder.[4] That same year, she appeared in the comedy film Better Off Dead, singing the songs "One Way Love (Better Off Dead)" and "A Little Luck" as a member of a band performing at a high school dance. Both songs were included on the soundtrack album credited to E. G. Daily. She performed a song on The Breakfast Club soundtrack called "Waiting".

In 1987, she released the song "Mind over Matter", which is featured in the film Summer School. Daily plays guitar, harmonica, keyboards, and percussion instruments. In her 1989 song, "Some People", from her Lace Around the Wound album, produced by Lotti Golden and Tommy Faragher, she plays guitar and harmonica. In 1999, she released her third studio album Tearing Down the Walls.

Daily released a song titled "Changing Faces" in 2003. The song was used on the end credits of Rugrats Go Wild. She also released a single titled "Beautiful" which she made available through iTunes on April 29, 2008. She also sang the song "Dawn's Theme", which was used at the end of the movie Streets. From 2003 to 2011, Daily did the voice-over of Jake Harper singing the Two and a Half Men song.[5]

Her genres are country, dance, pop, and rock.

The VoiceEdit

In fall 2013, Daily sang as a contestant on the fifth season of the NBC reality show The Voice. In the blind audition broadcast on September 24, 2013, she sang "Breathe" from Faith Hill. Two of the four judges on the show, Blake Shelton and CeeLo Green, turned around their chairs for her. She chose to be on Team Blake.

Daily proceeded to win her battle in the show's battle rounds singing the song "Something to Talk About". She lost in the Knockout Rounds, with a performance of Bonnie Raitt's "I Can't Make You Love Me".

Personal lifeEdit

Daily was dating actor Jon-Erik Hexum from the TV show Cover Up at the time of his death in 1984. She moved in with friend and Valley Girl (1983) costar Deborah Foreman for a short time afterward, because she didn’t want to be alone. She was rumored to have dated actor and comedian Paul Reubens while filming Pee-wee's Big Adventure, and had a brief relationship with actor Brad Pitt.

Daily was married to Rick Salomon from 1995 to 2000.[citation needed] They have two children, Hunter (born in 1996) and Tyson (1998). Daily also owns a chihuahua and a rottweiler.[6]



Year Film Role Notes
1978 Jukebox Audition Dancer Credited as Elizabeth Guttman
1981 Street Music Sadie Deleward
1982 One Dark Night Leslie Winslow
The Escape Artist Sandra
Wacko Bambi
Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains Motel Maid
1983 Funny Money Cass
Valley Girl Loryn
1984 Streets of Fire Baby Doll
No Small Affair Susan
1985 Fandango Judy
Pee-wee's Big Adventure Dottie
Better Off Dead Singer
1988 Bad Dreams Lana
1989 Loverboy Linda
1991 Dutch Hailey
Dogfight Marcie
1992 Lorenzo's Oil Vocal effects for Lorenzo
1994 The Little Rascals Dubbing voice of Froggy
The Flintstones Dubbing voice of Bamm-Bamm Uncredited
1995 A Goofy Movie Additional Voices
1996 Jungle Cubs Bagheera First season only
1998 The Rugrats Movie Tommy Pickles
Babe: Pig in the City Babe
1999 Gen¹³ Freefall Unreleased in US, but direct-to-video in Europe and Australia
2000 Bob's Video V.C.
Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet the Wolfman Nathan Direct-to-video
Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost Additional Voices Direct-to-video
Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Tommy Pickles
2001 Recess: School's Out Cap'n Sticky
The Trumpet of the Swan Ella
2002 The Making and Meaning of 'We Are Family' Documentary
The Powerpuff Girls Movie Buttercup
The Country Bears Beary Barrington (singing voice)
2003 Rugrats Go Wild Tommy Pickles
2005 Potheads: The Movie Mrs. B Johnson
The Devil's Rejects Candy
2006 Cutting Room Joanne Kramer
Mustang Sally Mustang Sally
Happy Feet Baby Mumble
National Lampoon's Pledge This! Catherine Johnson
2007 White Air Alex's Mother
2007 The Bella & Amadaeus Movie Amadaeus Gammons
2008 Gnomes and Trolls: The Secret Chamber Junior
2009 My Sister's Keeper Nurse Susan
2010 Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore Catherine's Niece, Patches & Scrumptious (voice)
Gnomes and Trolls: The Forest Trial Junior
2011 Boy Toy Helen Video
credited as "E. G. Daily
Happy Feet Two Erik (vocals)/Additional Voices
2012 Yellow Aunt Netty
Wreck-It Ralph Additional Voices
2013 I Know That Voice Herself Documentary film on voice acting[7][8]
2014 The Hero of Color City Ben
2015 Toy Soldier Young Logan
2016 31 Sex-Head
Pizza Mouse Alice Mouse
Mothers and Daughters Momma Quinn
2017 The Emoji Movie Additional Voices

Short subjectsEdit

Year Film Role Notes
1985 The Orkly Kid Carrissa
2004 Stop That Cycle Mom
2004 Wait
2007 Up-In-Down Town Binko (voice)
2015 Father Mud Mary
Toy Soldier Young Logan (voice)
2020 Underlings Arthur


Year Film Role Notes
1982 CHiPs Caroll Sweeney Season 5, Episode 17
1986 Saturday Night Live Herself (as E. G. Daily) Musical guest (episode 212, May 17, 1986)
1987 Popples Potato Chip Live-action pilot
1989 Camp Candy Rick/Alex/Binky Season 3
1991–2004 Rugrats Tommy Pickles, Baby Stu Pickles, Various Voices 172 episodes
1992 Darkwing Duck Lightwave, Heatwave, and Radiowave (voice) Episode: The Frequency Fiends
1992–97 Eek! The Cat Wendy Elizabeth (voice) 30 episodes
1993 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Quarx (voice) Episode: "The Star Child"
1994–97 Duckman Mambo (voice) 15 episodes
1995 Bump in the Night Germ Girls (voice) 1 episode
1995–96 What-a-Mess Voice 3 episodes
1995–97 The What-A-Cartoon! Show Buttercup (voice) 2 episodes
1996 Timon & Pumbaa Girl (voice) Episode: "Shopping Mauled/Library Brouhaha"
Cave Kids Bamm-Bamm Rubble (singing voice) 8 episodes
Jungle Cubs Bagheera (voice) 13 episodes
1996–97 Quack Pack Louie (voice) 39 episodes
1997 Friends Leslie (as E. G. Daily) Episode: "The One with Phoebe's Ex-Partner"
Bella & Amadaeus Amadaeus 23 seasons
1997 Spicy City Nisa, Darleen (voice) Episode: "Love is a Download"
1997–98 The Crayon Box Piggy Banks (voice) Voice
1997–2001 Recess Various Voices 4 episodes
1998 The New Batman Adventures Thrift Store Manager (voice) Episode: "Beware the Creeper"
1998–2005 The Powerpuff Girls Buttercup, Various Voices 81 episodes
1999–2000 Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles Private Isabelle "Dizzy" Flores (voice) 40 episodes
1999–2002 The New Woody Woodpecker Show Knothead (voice) 15 episodes
2000–02 Baby Blues Zoe
2000–03 Clifford the Big Red Dog Cousin Laura (voice) 1 episode
2001–07 What's with Andy? Additional Voices 5 episodes
2002–08 ChalkZone Rudy Tabootie (voice), Various Voices 40 episodes
2003–08 All Grown Up! Tommy Pickles (voice), Various Voices 52 episodes
2003–10 Two and a Half Men Jake Harper (voice – opening theme song)
2004 Game Over Billy Smashenburn, Zenna 6 episodes
2005 Danger Rangers Bobby, Kid, and Sparky
2005 The Adventures of Amadaeus Amadaeus 15 seasons
2006–15 Curious George Steve, Various Voices 44 episodes
2007 The Land Before Time Rhett, Shorty (voice) Episodes: "The Brave Longneck Scheme" (as Rhett), "The Big Longneck Test" (as Shorty)
Random! Cartoons Victor, One-Eyed Bird, Co-Worker No. 1 (voice) Episode: "Victor"
2007–08 Ni Hao, Kai-Lan Mr. Hoppy (voice) 2 episodes
2008 Rahan The Shadow Queen 26 episodes
2010–12 The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Bobbi Morse/Mockingbird/Veranke 5 episodes
2010–13 Pound Puppies Dolly, Mom (2), Tipper, Scout, Various Voices 22 episodes
2013 The Voice Herself/Contestant
2013–15 Julius Jr. Julius Junior (voice) 51 episodes
2014 TripTank Anthony, Sean, Kids 2-6 (voice) 3 episodes
2014-16 Uncle Grandpa Additional Voices 2 episodes
2016 Avengers: Ultron Revolution Moonstone/Meteorite (voice) 3 episodes
The Middle Daphne Episode: "The Wisdom Teeth"
2017 Adam Ruins Everything Student (voice) Episode: "Adam Ruins What We Learned in School"
2019 Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Prairie Dog, Honey Badger (voice) Episode: "Pizza Pit"
Long Gone Gulch Rawhide Pilot and episodes

Video gamesEdit

Year Video game Role Notes
1995 Stonekeep Sweetie Surly
1997 Duckman: The Graphic Adventures of a Private Dick Mambo
1998 Rugrats Adventure Game Tommy Pickles, Parade Lady
Rugrats: Search for Reptar Tommy Pickles
2000 Rugrats in Paris: the Movie Tommy Pickles
2001 Nicktoons Racing Tommy Pickles
The Powerpuff Girls: Mojo Jojo's Pet Project Buttercup
The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-traction Buttercup
2002 Rugrats: Royal Ransom Tommy Pickles
The Powerpuff Girls: Relish Rampage Buttercup, Male Child 5, Female Child 5
2003 Rugrats Go Wild! Tommy Pickles
2004 The Incredibles Helen Parr/Elastigirl
2006 Baten Kaitos Origins Wacho
Downhill Jam Fei Liu
Happy Feet Toddler Mumble, Toddler Gloria
2008 Speed Racer: The Videogame Rosey Blaze
2009 Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall Buttercup
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew)
2012 Skylanders: Giants Sprocket
2013 Skylanders: Swap Force Sprocket
2014 Skylanders: Trap Team Sprocket
2015 Skylanders: SuperChargers Sprocket [9]
2016 Fire Emblem Fates Hinoka, Selkie
Doom UAC Facility voice, additional voices credited as "E. G. Daily"



Title Album details
Wild Child
Lace Around the Wound
  • Released: May 25, 1989
  • Label: A&M
  • Formats: CD, LP, cassette
Tearing Down the Walls
  • Released: April 13, 1999
  • Label: EGDP
  • Formats: CD
Changing Faces
  • Released: 2008
  • Label: EGDP
  • Formats: CD


Year Single Peak chart positions Album
1986 "Say It, Say It" 70 1 4 71 46 22 13 14 Wild Child
"Love in the Shadows" 6 14 37
1987 "Mind over Matter" 7 17 Summer School soundtrack
1989 "Some People" 33 Lace Around the Wound
1990 "This Time" 5
1999 "Don't Even Care" Tearing Down the Walls
"Breath of Heaven"
2003 "Changing Faces" Changing Faces
2008 "Beautiful" 19
2010 "Somebody's Loving You" Non-album single
2018 "So Pretty"

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Official site of EG Daily – Film and TV Archived July 10, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "80's Babe and Voice Actor E.G. Daily Joins Rob Zombie's '31'". bloody-disgusting.com.
  3. ^ "More Footage of Rob Zombie Prepping '31'". bloody-disgusting.com.
  4. ^ "Giorgio Moroder - The Electropop Years (1980-85)". www.discog.info. Retrieved October 2, 2019.
  5. ^ "Watch me on The Voice!". EG Daily's Homepage. September 24, 2013. Retrieved May 17, 2018.
  6. ^ "Pam Anderson Weds Rick Salomon". US Magazine. October 7, 2007. Archived from the original on October 11, 2007. Retrieved October 1, 2009. Among the guests were ... his daughters Hunter, 11, and Tyson, 9.
  7. ^ I Know That Voice. 2013.
  8. ^ Blazenhoff, Rusty (October 3, 2013). "I Know That Voice, A Documentary About the World of Voice Acting". Laughing Squid. Retrieved October 2, 2019.
  9. ^ Vicarious Visions. Skylanders: SuperChargers. Activision. Scene: Closing credits, 7:13 in, Voice Actors.

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