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Overview (3)

Born in Glendora, California, USA
Nickname Punky
Height 5' 1" (1.55 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Soleil Moon Frye began acting at the age of two, after seeing her father, veteran actor Virgil Frye, and brother, Meeno Peluce, on TV. Her father got her an agent, Herb Tannen & Associates in Hollywood, and her career soon took off. Her mother, Sondra Peluce, became her manager. At age eight, she became known worldwide as the title character in the Punky Brewster (1984) TV series on NBC. Since that show ended, she has appeared in numerous movies, directed a film and written a screenplay for a movie about experiences a group of teenagers encounter in a café.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: frankfob2@yahoo.com

Spouse (1)

Jason Goldberg (25 October 1998 - present) ( 4 children)

Trade Mark (1)

Long dark hair

Trivia (24)

Younger half-sister of Sean Frye and Meeno Peluce.
Soleil (pronounced "So-lay") means "sun" in French.
Graduated from a private high school in California's San Fernando Valley. She then attended New School University in New York for one year.
At the age of 22 she directed Wild Horses (1998).
Her mother named her Soleil Moon after the song "I Got the Sun in the Morning (and the Moon at Night)", from the musical "Annie Get Your Gun".
When Shannen Doherty left the series Charmed (1998), Soleil was one of the short list of actors considered to replace her. The role later went to Rose McGowan.
She starred in the television movie, I've Been Waiting for You (1998), where her character hunts a witch. Ironically, a few years later she joined the cast of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (1996), where she played the best friend of a witch.
2005: Ranked #35 on VH1's 100 Greatest Kid Stars.
Her daughter Poet Sienna Rose is called Poe for short.
Daughter of Virgil Frye and Sondra Peluce.
Childhood friend of Melissa Joan Hart.
Is co-owner of The Little Seed Eco-friendly baby boutique in Los Angeles, California.
Was a camper at Cottontail Ranch in the early '90s.
Mommy Ambassador for Target.
Her acting mentor was George Gaynes.
Best known by the public for her starring role as the title character in Punky Brewster (1984).
She is currently working on a movie called For Better or for Worse (2013), which in in post-production and due out in 2010. It is a comedy about a pair of grooms whose family, friends, and exes threaten to turn their wedding into a disastrous event. [June 2009]
She has played the same character (Punky Brewster) in three different series: Punky Brewster (1984), Punky Brewster (1985) and Robot Chicken (2005).
After Punky Brewster (1984), Frye didn't keep in touch with George Gaynes.
(October 25, 1998) Married her boyfriend of 2 years Jason Goldberg.
Has four children with her husband Jason Goldberg. Daughters; Poet Sienna Rose, on August 24, 2005 and Jagger Joseph Blue, on March 17, 2008 and sons; Lyric Sonny Roads, on February 10, 2014 and Story, on May 16, 2016 .
Credits George Gaynes as her favorite acting mentor/best friend.
Was a childhood friend of Kristoff St. John.

Personal Quotes (20)

I was always trying to find the balance between trying my best and being an incredible parent. I literally realized that it was chaos - but it was happy chaos.
I love social media and the ability to connect to new people through Twitter and Facebook and share my real time experiences with my mommy network.
Catsuits were big for me in the '90s, and I had many of them. Even catsuits with shorts in them.
Eventually, I'll go back to acting, but for right now, my children are the most important thing in the world to me.
I love being pregnant!
I know there are parents who are very structured and organized and are certainly far more together than I am, it's just not me.
I want kids to know that it is okay to make a change in order to feel better about themselves.
I love, I love human beings, studying them.
I used to be a free spirit.
I wanted to be an astronaut and wanted to go to space camp, but then I found out that I was too short to become an astronaut. My mom really made me believe that if I worked hard enough and if I really wanted to do it, I could do it.
My mom always made sure I lived my life as a regular kid.
It's so important and easy to be a kid at heart.
We can all become activists and raise questions.
I wanted to create a place where parents can come and find products that are safe for their children, as well as good for the planet.
I don't know why you call it morning sickness, because I was sick all day and night!
I think that's one of the most important gifts we have in television - the ability to heal through laughter.
To have a sense of education and ethics is important.
It's never too early to involve your kids in giving back. And the more hands-on the experiences are, the better.
I had such a hard time finding great organic and non-toxic items for my daughter.
I have those moments with my kids and family where we try to unplug and just be in the moment. We put everything else to the side and just be there with our family.

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