E. G. Daily
American voice actor Elizabeth Daily got her start in show business in the early 1980s as an up-and-coming R&B singer. In 1985 she signed with A&M Records, and the following year released the R&B single, ''Say It, Say It'', which reached #70 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts. Two of her songs, ''Shake It Up'' and ''I'm Hot Tonight'', appeared on the soundtrack to the gangster film, "Scarface." By the mid '80s Daily also began venturing into voice acting. Although she has lent her voice to critically-acclaimed films, such as the 1992 drama, "Lorenzo's Oil," most of Daily's voiceover work has been on children's television shows. Her most notable work has been on the animated show, "Rugrats," in which she portrays Tommy Pickles. She has also lent her voice to the "Rugrats" spin-off, "All Grown Up," as well as "The Powerpuff Girls," in which she portrays Buttercup. Aside from doing voiceovers, Daily is also an accomplished film and TV actor. From 1980 to 1981, she portrayed Sandy Burns on the PBS series, "The Righteous Apples," and had guest spots on the sitcom "Laverne & Shirley" as well as the dramas "ChiPs," and "Fame." In 1985 Daily landed perhaps her most recognizable acting role, portraying Pee-wee's love interest, Dottie, in the cult comedy, "Pee-wee's Big Adventure."