The legendary E.G. Daily is a very successful triple threat as an actor, voiceover star and hit singer/songwriter. Daily just wrapped the upcoming feature film Mother’s Day starring Christina Ricci, Sharon Stone, and Courtney Cox. She also appears in Rob Zombie’s new film 31 as the bad-ass character, Sex-Head, premiering at Sundance 2016. EG performed on NBC’s The Voice Season 5, on Team Blake, embracing the competition with her gritty, powerful and emotional vocals. She is currently a host for Balcony TV LA, is the voice for Julius Jr. for Nick Jr., and also just headlined a powerful show at the iconic Whiskey on Sunset Blvd.
In addition, EG is featured as the cover girl for the PURETIMES Entertainment Magazine Winter Limited Edition. She wrote, produced, and starred in the critically acclaimed one woman show, Listen Closely, which is available for digital download on Amazon. Also available on Amazon is her Up Close & Personal Voiceover Seminar about the spirituality of success in the industry, as well as tips, tools, and how-to’s of the expansive voiceover world.
E.G. Daily has starred in over 40 feature films including Pee Wee’s Big Adventure supporting Paul Reubens as Dotty. She is a premiere voice over actor for many hit animated TV & films, most notably as the voice of Tommy Pickles in the long-running Emmy-award winning Nickelodeon Rugrats TV series, and the features The Rugrats Movie, Rugrats in Paris and Rugrats Go Wild. She’s also the voice of Babe in the live-action feature Babe II: Pig in the City.
As a singer/songwriter, Daily co-wrote and co-produced four solo albums, “Wild Child” and “Lace Around the Wound” on A&M Records. As well as “Tearing Down The Walls” and “Changing Faces,” all available on iTunes. Several of E.G.’s songs soared to the top of Billboard’s dance charts and became popular music videos, including “Say It, Say It” which was a #1 hit produced by John “Jelly Bean” Benitez, one of Madonna’s chart-topping producers.
“I’ve always been an actor doing crazy roles — and a singer,” commented E.G. in a recent Comic Con interview. “The combination taught me how to play with my voice. Voiceover has nothing to do with your own body and face. It’s freedom, and I like that. As an on-camera actress, it all has to do with your body, wardrobe, and sets, and I like that as well.”
As an actress, E.G. recently had a role in a Nick Cassavetes film called My Sister’s Keeper, starring Cameron Diaz and Alec Baldwin, as well as Cassavetes’ film Yellow. E.G.’s acting credits also include Street Music, Valley Girl, Streets of Fire, Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, Fandango, Loverboy, Dogfight, and Devils Rejects.
E.G.’s notable TV appearances include a featured role on an episode of Friends, where she plays Phoebes ex-songwriting friend Leslie in the hilarious “Smelly Cat” episode. She also recently guest-starred on an episode of The Mentalist, as well as Second Chance Christmas.
Besides Tommy Pickles, E.G. has done voice overs for numerous animated series. These include The Powerpuff Girls (Buttercup), Curious George, Pound Puppies, and Avengers as the voice of Mockingbird, as well as Moonstone. Additional voice-over credits include Starship Troopers, Recess, Chalkzone, Eek! the Cat, Duck Days, Duckman, Jungle Cubs, Problem Child, and Baby Blues. She also provided the voice of Froggie in the feature film The Little Rascals, Bam Bam in The Flinstones, Lorenzo in the Academy Award winning feature film Lorenzo’s Oil, and Baby Mumbles in the Academy Award winning Happy Feet directed by the acclaimed George Miller. Her VO for films also include Wreck-it Ralph and Happy Feet II.
Daily has also composed music and performed on a number of soundtracks, including Street Music, Thief of Hearts, Scarface, The Breakfast Club, Summer School and Better Off Dead. She has collaborated with many well-known producers, such as Giorgio Moroder, Keith Forsey, Stock-Aitken-Waterman, Jelly Bean Benitez and Harold Faltermeyer. In addition, she worked with producer Bob Ezrin on the song, “A Heart That’s True” for the “Babe, Pig in the City” soundtrack. She also had featured songs in the movie My Sisters Keeper, as well as the film Yellow, both songs produced by the award winning Aaron Zigman and directed by Nick Casavettes.