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Enthusiastic, spunky, and positive, Punky Brewster was the quintessential eighties kid. Nearly thirty years later, Soleil Moon Frye—the adorable girl who played her on TV—is all grown up.
Frye starred in the title role of “Punky Brewster,” a sitcom that aired on NBC and ran from 1984 to 1988. She also voiced the lead role in the animated series “It's Punky Brewster.” During her time with the Punky Brewster series, Frye was nominated for 5 You Artist Awards, which she took home 2 of: Best Young Actress Starring in a Television Series (1986) for “Punky Brewster” and Best Young Actress - Voice Over Role (1989) for “It’s Punky Brewster.”
In the nineties Frye worked on episodes of various television shows that included: “Friends,” “The Wonder Years,” and “Saved by the Bell”- to name a few. From 2000 to 2003, Frye portrayed the character of Roxie King in “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.” During the run of “Sabrina,” she voiced the character of Zoey in the Disney Channel series “The Proud Family” and the series' 2005 TV movie.
Frye was also recognized for her documentary titled “Sonny Boy,” which chronicles a two week trip Frye took with her father, Virgil, who has Alzheimer's disease. “Sonny Boy” was an official selection at the 27th Starz Denver International Film Festival and won Best Documentary at the San Diego Film Festival.
Now she’s a married mom of two, a social media maven with over 1.4 million followers on Twitter, and an entrepreneur who parlayed her successful kids’ clothing line into a partnership with Target. After the line’s overwhelming success, Frye and Target teamed up again to announce that she will serve as their official “Target Mommy Ambassador.” In her new role, she has become Target’s voice to moms connecting and interacting with moms everywhere. Adding author to her repertoire, Soleil released her much anticipated first book Happy Chaos, which chronicles her ‘perfectly imperfect’ adventures in parenting on August 23, 2011.