Soleil Moon Frye
Actress, director, screenwriter
Soleil Moon Frye
Soleil Moon Frye is an American actress, director and screenwriter. Frye is best known for her childhood role as the title character in sitcom Punky Brewster, and as Roxie King in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.
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Soleil Moon Frye on How She Lost 40 Pounds
ABC News - almost 2 years
Actress and mom of three shows off bikini bod after dropping 40 pounds.
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What Soleil Moon Frye Named New Son
ABC News - about 3 years
Find out the unique name Soleil Moon Frye chose for her third child.     
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Soleil Moon Frye Names Son Lyric Sonny Roads (Anya/ - about 3 years
Anya / Soleil Moon Frye Names Son Lyric Sonny Roads  —  Update: “Welcome to the world Lyric Sonny Roads Goldberg!  Can't wait to share our pics and moments in the upcoming months.  Thanks for all the love and support,” the new mom posted Wednesday on her website.  —  Originally posted Feb. 10th: And baby makes five!
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Soleil Moon Frye's daughters now have a baby brother
LATimes - about 3 years
Soleil Moon Frye is a mom three times over — and this time it's finally a boy!
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Soleil Moon Frye Talks Life Lessons From 'Punky Brewster' And Motherhood (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - about 3 years
Those who grew up in the '80s will always remember Soleil Moon Frye as Punky Brewster, but Frye doesn't mind -- she takes it as a compliment. "I'm proud of that role," she says in the above clip from "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" "I hold Punky very close to my heart." "I love that Punky was groundbreaking in her style and she taught me to very much be unique and to be who I am," Frye says. "Punky and I are so much this same person, in so many ways." These days, Punky is all grown up. Frye has been married to TV producer Jason Goldberg for 15 years and the couple has two children with a baby boy on the way. "When I became a mom, I was like, 'Wow, this is a lot harder than people make it out to be,'" Frye says. "I was walking out of the house with my clothes on inside out, with spit-up in my hair -- I was a mess. And that's the reality, and I wanted parents to know that they didn't need to feel bad about that -- that they could embrace it and they could laugh at themselves, and tha ...
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Jon Gosselin On Kate: 'There Is No Cooperation' (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
After 10 years of marriage, eight children and a hit reality TV show, Jon and Kate Gosselin are divorced and co-parenting their children in separate households. In the above video from "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" Jon Gosselin opens up about his relationship with his ex-wife and his need for a more private lifestyle. "I don't really have a relationship with Kate," Gosselin says. "It's more texting, custodial stuff. I wish her the best in all that she does, but [we're] just moving in totally two different directions, just totally not on the same page at all, about anything." Today, Gosselin lives in a cabin in rural Pennsylvania and works as a waiter. "I don't really know what goes on in Kate's house and she really doesn't know what goes on in my house," he says. "At this point, there is no cooperation. There's nothing. There's two totally different parenting styles and two totally different everythings -- which is a shame because it affects me, but it really affects my children." ...
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'Oprah: Where Are They Now?' Producers Give A Sneak Peek Of The New Season (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
On OWN's original series, "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" executive producers Jill Van Lokeren and Julie Simpson track down past "Oprah Show" guests, celebrities and newsmakers to take viewers on a walk down memory lane. On Sunday, Nov. 3, the show returns for a new season with singer Michael Bolton, "Jon & Kate Plus 8" reality star Jon Gosselin, Soleil Moon Frye of "Punky Brewster" fame and "Wonder Woman" Lynda Carter. The show's producers joined HuffPost Live host Nancy Redd to share moments from the upcoming episode and discuss how they decide who to revisit. Along with pulling ideas from "The Oprah Show" vault, the producers say they get many suggestions from viewers who tweet to #WhereAreTheyNow. "We have these huge brainstorming sessions once a week, and we all just get around a big table and everybody throw out ideas, and it's really fun," Simpson says. "It just runs the gamut -- the lists are massive." The show has featured everyone from Mike Lookinland (Bobby Brady on "T ...
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Jon Gosselin Is Waiting Tables And Looking For Work (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - over 3 years
When "Jon & Kate Plus 8" first aired in 2007, viewers were enamored with the Gosselin family and their day-to-day lives raising twins and sextuplets. But when Jon and Kate divorced in 2009, their 10-year love story quickly turned into a media sensation. Today, Jon Gosselin is a single dad who lives in a cabin in rural Pennsylvania. His story will air on "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" this Sunday on OWN. In the above clip from the episode, Gosselin, a former IT computer professional, explains the challenges he's faced as he tries to make his next career move. He's currently waiting tables at two restaurants while he looks for a new IT job. "It's hard for companies, maybe, to look at me as a normal person and a normal IT person," he says. "I want to live a normal life, but I'm always drawn back into the media with certain conflicts, and it's disheartening. It's frustrating. I'm just looking for a normal career, so I can support my family and move on with my life." The all-new epi ...
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Soleil Moon Frye: From Punky to Moonfrye
USA Today - over 3 years
The 'Punky Brewster' star has a website offering DIY family craft projects.
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Soleil Moon Frye on Having a Baby Boy: "I'm Still in Disbelief!"
US Magazine - over 3 years
Come February, it'll be a whole new household for actress, author and busy mom of two Soleil Moon Frye: She'll be welcoming her third child -- a baby boy -- into her family to join big sisters Poet, 8, and Jagger, 5. "I can't believe that I'm going to have a boy! I'm still in crazy disbelief, it's crazy for me to say 'a boy,'" Punky Brewster's Moon Frye, who confirmed her son's gender on Oct. 16, told Us Weekly. PHOTOS: The cutest pictures of Hollywood kids When the little guy comes arrives at the Los Angeles pad Moon Frye, 37, and her film and TV producer husband Jason Goldberg call home, many things will have to change around the house. Chief among them? How the Home Made Simple host and creator of the Moonfrye app structures playtime with her kids! "I've been so much in the world of dress-up and make believe and princesses -- this whole girly world -- and now I'm like, 'Wow, it could be totally be different,'" she tells Us, asking readers with sons to write into Us Weekl ...
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Soleil Moon Frye, on 'The View,' announces she's having a baby boy
LATimes - over 3 years
Soleil Moon Frye is having a baby boy, news that she shared with the ladies of "The View" and the gab fest's viewership on Wednesday.
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Pregnant Soleil Moon Frye Reveals Her Baby's Gender
ABC News - over 3 years
This will be the former child star's third child!     
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Soleil Moon Frye announces she's pregnant with baby No. 3
LATimes - over 3 years
Soleil Moon Frye is pregnant with baby No. 3.
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'Punky Brewster' star Soleil Moon Frye to host OWN's 'Home Made Simple'
Yahoo News - over 3 years
By Tim Kenneally LOS ANGELES ( - Finally, the awesome power of Punky Brewster and Oprah Winfrey has been brought together for a common goal. Former "Punky Brewster" star Soleil Moon Frye has been tapped to host Season 3 of OWN's "Home Made Simple," the network said Wednesday. The series had previously been hosted by Paige Davis, of "Trading Spaces" renown. In addition to Frye coming aboard, "Home Made Simple" - which will return in October - is shifting to half-hour episodes from its former hour-long format. ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Soleil Moon Frye
  • 2014
    Age 37
    In 2014, Frye co-founded P.S. XO, a company that sells party decoration kits.
    More Details Hide Details As a teen, Frye suffered from gigantomastia. She underwent a breast reduction three months before her 16th birthday.
  • 2011
    Age 34
    She also hosted a web series, Her Say, from 2011 to 2012, and currently hosts a blog on her official website,, both of which deal with women's issues and parenting.
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    In September 2011, Frye released her first book, Happy Chaos: From Punky to Parenting and My Perfectly Imperfect Adventures in Between.
    More Details Hide Details In October 2013, she released a party-planning book, Let's Get This Party Started.
  • 2010
    Age 33
    In March 2010, Frye and her friend and former Sabrina castmate Melissa Joan Hart launched the "Better Together" campaign for Gain.
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  • 2007
    Age 30
    In 2007, Frye, along with two friends, opened The Little Seed, an environmentally-conscious children's specialty boutique in Los Angeles.
    More Details Hide Details The boutique closed in August 2013, and is now an Internet-based business.
  • 2004
    Age 27
    Frye directed her second film, Sonny Boy, in 2004.
    More Details Hide Details The documentary chronicles a two-week trip Frye took with her father, Virgil, who had 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.
    In 2004, she voiced Jade, a Bratz character in the direct-to-video release Bratz: Starrin' & Stylin'.
    More Details Hide Details She also voiced the character for the television series, and the video games Bratz Rock Angelz (2005) and Bratz: Forever Diamondz (2006). From 2010 to February 2013, Frye voiced Aseefa in the animated series Planet Sheen. In 1996, Frye moved to New York to attend The New School and later directed her first film, Wild Horses (1998).
  • 2000
    Age 23
    From 2000 to 2003, Frye portrayed the character of Roxie King in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, with her longtime friend and series producer Melissa Joan Hart.
    More Details Hide Details During the run of Sabrina, she voiced the character of Zoey in the Disney Channel series The Proud Family and the series' 2005 television movie.
  • 1998
    Age 21
    On October 25, 1998, Frye married television producer Jason Goldberg in a Jewish ceremony (Frye's mother is Jewish, as is Goldberg).
    More Details Hide Details Frye and Goldberg have four children: daughters Poet Sienna Rose, born August 24, 2005 and Jagger Joseph Blue, born March 17, 2008 and sons Lyric Sonny Roads, born February 12, 2014 and Story, born May 16, 2016.
    In 1998, Frye married producer Jason Goldberg, with whom she has four children.
    More Details Hide Details She has since opened an organic specialty clothing shop for children, The Little Seed, in Los Angeles. She also hosts a blog and web series which focus on child rearing and women's issues. In 2011, Frye released her first book Happy Chaos: From Punky to Parenting and My Perfectly Imperfect Adventures in Between. Frye is currently the host of Home Made Simple on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Frye was born in Glendora, California. Her father is actor Virgil Frye, and her mother is talent agent and caterer Sondra Peluce (née Londy). She has two half-brothers, Sean Frye and Meeno Peluce, both former child actors. Frye's parents divorced when she was two. Frye was educated at a private school in Los Feliz and attended San Fernando Valley Professional School in Burbank.
  • 1989
    Age 12
    In 1989, Frye hosted the syndicated weekly talk/variety show Girl Talk.
    More Details Hide Details Based on the board game of the same name, Frye shared hosting duties with Sarah Michelle Gellar and Rod Brogan. The series was canceled after one season. During the 1990s, she guest starred on several television series including The Wonder Years, Saved by the Bell, and Friends, and voiced characters for the animated series Tiny Toon Adventures and The Cartoon Cartoon Show. In addition to her television work, Frye has appeared in the films The Liars' Club (1993) and Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (1995) and in stage productions of Orestes, I Murdered My Mother and The Housekeeper.
  • 1988
    Age 11
    Immediately upon Punky Brewsters end, Frye landed the lead role in the ABC sitcom pilot Cadets, which aired as a summer special on September 25, 1988.
    More Details Hide Details The pilot, however, was not picked up.
  • 1984
    Age 7
    The series, which debuted on NBC in September 1984, earned consistently low ratings but the Punky character was a hit with young children.
    More Details Hide Details After NBC canceled the series, it was picked up for the syndication market where it aired for an additional two seasons ending in 1988. After the series ended, Frye continued her career in guest spots on television and supporting roles in films. She attended The New School during the late 1990s, and directed her first film, Wild Horses in 1998. In 2000, she joined the cast of Sabrina, the Teenage Witch as Roxie King, Sabrina Spellman's (Melissa Joan Hart) roommate and close friend. Frye remained with the series until its end in April 2003. She has since continued her acting career working mainly as a voice actor. Frye also voiced Aseefa in the animated series Planet Sheen.
  • 1983
    Age 6
    In 1983, she had a supporting role in Who Will Love My Children?, another television movie starring Ann-Margret.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, she portrayed Elizabeth (Bette) Kovacs in the biographical television movie Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter, and appeared in another television movie, Invitation to Hell, directed by Wes Craven. At the age of seven, Frye beat out over 3,000 girls to win the title role on the NBC sitcom Punky Brewster. The series, which was conceived by NBC's then-head of programming Brandon Tartikoff, premiered in September 1984. Scheduled opposite CBS's highly rated 60 Minutes, the series struggled in the ratings but the character of Punky was popular among children. Frye routinely appeared at parades, participated in an anti-drug walks with then-First Lady Nancy Reagan, and was the honorary chairperson for the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Frye also voiced the lead role in the animated series It's Punky Brewster, which began airing during Punky Brewsters first season. Despite the series' low ratings, Brandon Tartikoff decided to renew the show for a second season because it was the highest rated show watched by children 2 to 11 years old. Punky Brewsters second season, which dealt with more serious subject matters such as CPR and first-aid training, drug use and the Just Say No campaign, and the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, did not improve ratings and NBC canceled the series in April 1986. The series was quickly picked up by Columbia Pictures Television and began airing in first-run syndication. Punky Brewster aired for an additional two seasons, ending on May 27, 1988.
  • 1982
    Age 5
    Frye made her acting debut in the 1982 television movie Missing Children: A Mother's Story.
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  • 1976
    Born on August 6, 1976.
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