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Soleil Moon Frye

Soleil Moon Frye



United States

Age: 44

Known for

In Punky Brewster (2021) as Punky Brewsteras Punky Brewster

in Punky Brewster (2021)
In Sabrina, the Teenage Witch as Roxie Kingas Roxie King

in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch
In Punky Brewster as Penelope as Penelope "Punky" Brewster

in Punky Brewster
In The Proud Family as Zoey Howzeras Zoey Howzer

in The Proud Family

TV Series Starring Soleil Moon Frye

Punky Brewster (2021)Punky Brewster (2021)
Peacock, 2021 | Comedy, Family | ► Trailer
Rating: 3/5

Punky is now a single mother of three trying to get her life back on track when she meets Izzy, a young girl in the foster system who reminds Punky a lot of her younger self.


Planet SheenPlanet Sheen

There's never a dull moment in the life of Sheen Estevez! After sneaking into his best friend Jimmy Neutron's laboratory and finding Jimmy's top-secret rocket ship, Sheen accidentally blasts himself into outer space! 4 million and 1 light years away, Sheen crash-lands on Zeenu - a strange planet inhabited by purple aliens called Zeenuians. After using their bathroom, Sheen wants to go home, but his rocket ship got smashed in the crash and it's his only ride! No problemo, Sheen can totally fix it! All he needs to do is... uhh... where's Jimmy?


I Love The 80sI Love The 80s

Each one-hour episode takes viewers on a stream-of-consciousness tour of one year of the Eighties with vivid flashbacks of the people, music, movies, TV shows, products, fashions, fads, trends and major events that defined pop culture that year. I Love the 80s is MTV, Rubik's Cube, Spicoli from Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Michael Jackson jackets, "What you talkin' bout, Willis?", Donkey Kong, Purple Rain, "Don't Worry Be Happy," Baby on Board, Who's the Boss?, Milli Vanilli, yuppies, preppies and of course, the Coreys (Haim, Feldman, Hart). I Love the 80s brings a cast of characters together for each show-rock stars, actors, writers, comics and other celebs past and present-to celebrate the decade's good, bad and ugly. They'll reminisce about having their whole belief systems shattered when Darth Vader uttered those fateful words, "I'm your father." They'll weigh in on important topics such as, "Belinda Carlisle and Jane Wiedlin: Who Was Hotter?" They'll analyze, personalize and interpret. They'll trash what deserves to be trashed, and rave about the 80s moments they hold dear, gabbing about the same stuff we've all been discussing in bars, offices and emails ever since the decade of greed. Viewers will be completely immersed in each year, treated to a barrage of retro clips from sitcoms, movies, music videos, network news, commercials and other sources. They'll see a clip of a smirking Tom Brokaw introducing a new craze called Pac Man, be confronted with the horrible memory of the Members Only jacket, and marvel at the only sockless detective in the history of cop shows (Sonny Crockett, of course. OK, Thomas Magnum, too). I Love the 80s will be all that and a bag of Reese's Pieces. The kind of junk food we can never get enough of. Like, totally.


The Proud FamilyThe Proud Family
Disney, 2001 | Children
Rating: 1.5/5

How embarrassing must it be to have a crazy family? Only 14-year-old Penny Proud knows what that's like, with her over-protective Dad Oscar, her over-loving but wacky Mom Trudy, her funny Grandma Suga Mama, and twin siblings Bee Bee and Cee Cee. Then there are her friends - her best girl Dijonay Jones, her geeky friend Zoey, her popular, yet not-all-the-time friend LaCienega, her cool, "with-it" friend Sticky, plus the Gross Sisters bullying everyone...Penny Proud has A LOT of stuff on her hands. Kyla Pratt's "Proud Family" Rap F is for family, and mine's the bomb. A is for attitude, 'cause we got it going on. M is for my Suga Mama, 'cause she is crazy cool. I is for "I can't clean up my room now, uh, I gotta go to school." L is for love, 'cause that's what my family's all about. Y? 'Cause if you don't watch my show, you gone be mad 'cause you missed out.


Sabrina, the Teenage WitchSabrina, the Teenage Witch
ABC, 1996 | Comedy, Fantasy
Rating: 3.8/5

When Sabrina Spellman is informed by her aunts, Hilda and Zelda, on her 16th birthday, that she is a witch, she is hesitant to believe them. Having been sent to live with them in Massachusetts by her warlock father and mortal mother, Sabrina learns the tricks of magic in order to receive her witch's license.


It's Punky BrewsterIt's Punky Brewster
NBC, 1985 | Animation

Animated tales of Punky traveling to exotic places, thanks to her gremlin-like friend Glomer, who could whisk Punky and her friends anywhere with the blink of an eye.


Punky BrewsterPunky Brewster
NBC, 1984 | Comedy
Rating: 4/5

A child abandoned by her mother is taken in by a crusty photographer.