EG Daily is set to reprise her iconic role of Tommy Pickles in the brand-new Nickelodeon Rugrats Revival, debuting Spring 2021 on Paramount +. EG is joined by an all-star roster of voice talent to reimagine the classic 90’s hit, including Michael McKean (“Better Call Saul”), Omar Miller (“Ballers”), Natalie Morales (“Dead to Me”), Tony Hale (“Arrested Development”), Anna Chlumsky (“Veep”), Timothy Simons (“Veep”), Tommy Dewey (“The Mindy Project”), Nancy Cartwright (“The Simpsons”), and Nicole Beer (“Named It!”).
The original Rugrats series eared four Daytime Emmy Awards, six Kid’s Choice Awards, and its own star on the Walk of Fame. Rugrats Revival Reunites Iconic Cartoon’s Original Voice Cast — See the First Trailer!
E.G. is one of the top voice-over actresses in the world, voicing top animated characters such as the Emmy award-winning Tommy Pickles on “Rugrats” (which ran for over 14 years and released three feature films), and Buttercup from “The Powerpuff Girls”. She was also the voice of Babe in “Babe 2”, Froggy in “The Little Rascals” feature film, and the voice of the lead character Baby Mumble in the Academy award winning feature films “Happy Feet”, and “Happy Feet 2”.
E.G.’s success began in the 80 ‘s and has continued with starring roles in over 30 feature films, including the blockbuster hit “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure”, where she starred as Pee Wee’s girlfriend Dotty. She also starred in the 80’s cult classic “Valley Girl” opposite Nicholas Cage, “No Small Afair” with Demi Moore, “My Sister’s Keeper” with Cameron Diaz, and “Loverboy” with Patrick Dempsey. Fans of the hit series “F.R.I.E.N.D.S” remember her from the iconic smelly cat episode as Phoebe’s ex-song writing partner.
E.G. competed on season 5 of the number one show in America, “The Voice”, winning a spot on team Blake. She had a major label record deal with A&M Records in the 80s, ending up with 3 top 10 hits, including her song “Say it, Say it”, produced by Jelly Bean Benetez. “Say It Say It” became a number one dance hit all over the world on the Billboard dance charts. She produced, composed, and sang on as many as 30 classic film soundtracks including “Scarface”, “The Breakfast Club”, “The County Bears”, “Babe”, “Rugrats”, and “My Sister’s Keeper”. She can also be heard singing on the infamous video game “Grand Theft Auto”, and the theme song of “Two And A Half Men.”