Elizabeth stands very strong when it comes to being against animal cruelty.
If you would like an autograph of Elizabeth send a stamped, self-addressed,
8" x 10" envelope & $5.00 money order or cashier's check to:
P.O. Box: 11101
Beverly Hills, CA 90213.
Two of Elizabeth's favorite movies are American Beauty and Legends Of The Fall.
When the original voice actress Christine Cavanaugh for the 1995 hit Babe demanded too hefty a raise for its sequel, Elizabeth stepped in to voice the irrepressibly upbeat young sheep-herding pig in Babe: Pig in the City in 1998.
Elizabeth says the G in her name EG Daily stands for grateful, girlish, gypsy and guess.
Elizabeth married Rick Salomon on July 4, 1995. They divorced in 2000. They have had two children together.
Elizabeth's height is: 5'1 (1.55m).
She dated Jon-Erik Hexum at the time of his death (1984).
She played one of the runaways in Rod Stewart's "Young Turks" music video.
Daughters with Rick Salomon: Hunter, born March 13th 1996 and Tyson, born October 14th 1998
E.G Daily appeared in the Pee-Wee Herman movies.
Elizabeth: (when asked to dinner by a fan online) Dinner...? I don't know if that's possible... I guess anything's possible.
Elizabeth: (on if she is married or single) I am single and happy.
Elizabeth: (on some of her favorite things to do) I love going to the movies and being moved emotionally. I like my work, singing and writing in my journal. I love having my hair blown dry by a stylist and I also truly enjoy being with my friends and family.
Elizabeth: (on if she feels she has everything she wants) I don't I have everything I want, however, I have a lot and for that I am very grateful.