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If there’s one thing we know about Elizabeth Daily, it is that she has some pretty talents that seem like a perfect fit for her personality. A born entertainer, she has done multiple performances in the entertainment industry with both her voice and stage/onscreen expertise. Although Daily is not the best multi-hyphenate around, she boasts of an impressive career timeline with tons of professional credits to her name. So far, the Hollywood star has released over 10 singles as well as four albums. Some of his notable albums include Wild Child (1985), Lace Around the Wound (1989), and Changing Faces (2008).
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Bio (Age) – Who is Elizabeth Daily?
She is a super talented actress, singer, voice artist. She became a household name after putting up a brilliant voice work in animated series like Rugrats, All Grown Up, The Powerpuff Girls, and in the Australian-American film, Babe: Pig in the City.
Though you probably know her as Elizabeth Daily or E.G Daily, she was actually born Elizabeth Ann Guttman in the United States of America, precisely in Los Angeles, California. Her date of birth is 11th September 1961. She is the daughter of Alex Guttman and Helen Guttman, who are also parents to her siblings – brothers Michael Guttman, Rony Guttman, Sam Guttman, and sister Reine River Guttman.
As a country, pop/rock, and dance singer, Elizabeth has four albums and several singles to her name. The titles of her albums are Wild Child (released: 1985), Lace Around the Wound (released: May 25, 1989), Tearing Down the Walls (released: April 13, 1999), and Changing Faces (released 2008) while some of her singles are “So Pretty” (2018), “Some People” and “This Time” which came from her album, Lace Around the Wound.
The actress also plies her trade in the gaming industry as she has had roles in video games such as Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (as Jessica Drew), Skylanders: Giants Sprocket, Skylanders: Swap Force Sprocket (2013), Skylanders: Trap Team Sprocket (2014), Skylanders: SuperChargers Sprocket (2015), Fire Emblem Fates (2015), and Doom (2016).
Talking about her professional film and television credits, they are too numerous to mention but in all, she proved her worth and also won many hearts with her superlative acting skills. Some of her recent projects in the movie industry include Happy Feet Two, Yellow, Wreck-It Ralph, I Know That Voice, The Hero of Color City, Toy Soldier, 31, Pizza Mouse, Mothers and Daughters, The Emoji Movie, to name but a few.
In addition, she also appeared as a contestant in the fifth edition of the American singing competition TV series, The Voice. She made laudable progress in the show but sadly lost in the knockout rounds.
Her Net Worth
Elizabeth may not be your favorite entertainer, but it is undeniable that her multiple talents have made her famous and wealthy as well. From her diverse career, Daily has amassed a reasonable net worth pegged at $15 million.
Elizabeth Daily’s Family: Spouse and Children
Elizabeth is a divorcee and a mother of two. The actress got married to Neptune Township, New Jersey-born athlete Rick Salmon in 1995 and ended their marital relationship five years later. Their union was blessed with two children – daughters Hunter Daily Salomon (born on March 13, 1996) and Tyson Daily Salomon (born on October 14, 1998).
Other entertainment elites Elizabeth has been linked to include , Paul Reubens, and Jon-Erik Hexum. The actress is said to have dated Cover Up actor Hexum until 1984 when he passed away. She allegedly had a short-lived relationship with comedian cum actor Reubens while filming the 1985 American adventure comedy film, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure. Her relationship with Hollywood heavyweight actor was reportedly brief as well.
Elizabeth Daily’s ex-husband is a poker player. He is the son of Robert Jess Salomon and an owner of an online gambling site. Born on January 24, 1969, and raised in Neptune Township, Rick is famed for his rocky relationships with Hollywood celebrities. From 2002 to 2003, the poker player was married to Shannen Doherty and later to actress from 2007 to 2008; then from 2014 to 2015.
Talking about her daughters, Hunter has since followed her mother’s footsteps. She is a fast-growing actress and singer who participated in numerous school musicals in her childhood such as Bugsy Malone, Grease, Footloose. She earned her breakout role in 2004 and has since starred in the HBO series Dear Eleanor and Billions.