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Daphne Vasquez (Character)
from "Switched at Birth" (2011)

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Switched at Birth: Season 4: Episode 9 -- At Iris's urging, Daphne decides to rush a sorority in hopes of branching out from her studies.
Switched at Birth: Season 4: Episode 6 -- Bay struggles to make sense of what happened between her and Tank. Daphne travels to LA to talk to Emmett.
Switched at Birth -- Clip: A New Father
Switched at Birth -- Clip: Love Triangle
Switched at Birth -- Clip: Lost in Translation

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Biography:
Daphne Kathryn's real daughter Regina taken care of... See more »
Alternate Names:
Daphne Vasquez aka Bay Kennish

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  1. "Switched at Birth"
        - Art Like Love Is Dedication (2015) TV episode, Played by Katie Leclerc
        - Fog and Storm and Rain (2015) TV episode, Played by Katie Leclerc
        - Black and Gray (2015) TV episode, Played by Katie Leclerc
        - At the First Clear Word (2015) TV episode, Played by Katie Leclerc
        - We Were So Close That Nothing Use to Stand Between Us (2015) TV episode, Played by Katie Leclerc
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From "Switched at Birth: Paradise Lost (#1.9)" (2011)
Bay Kennish: What's "Deafenstein"?
Daphne Vasquez: It's an all-deaf version of "Frankenstein" done all in ASL.
Toby Kennish: [reading the DVD case] "Deafenstein. He can't hear you scream." This looks terrible.
Daphne Vasquez: It's so bad, and the sequels are even worse.
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