Daphne Zuniga

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Daphne Zuniga
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Daphne Zuniga at the Sundance Film Festival, in January 2007
Born
Daphne Eurydice Zuniga

(1962-10-28) October 28, 1962 (age 57)
Alma materUCLA
OccupationActress
Years active1982-present
Parent(s)Joaquin Zuniga
RelativesJennifer Zuniga (sister)

Daphne Zuniga (born October 28, 1962) is an American actress. She is best known for playing Jo Reynolds in the television series Melrose Place and as Victoria Davis on The CW teen drama One Tree Hill.

Zuniga supports Equality Now.[1] Equality Now works to make legal changes in countries to better lives of females. Also, she is working to restore the river in Los Angeles. She is a member of the board of directors[2] for a group working to restore the river area.

Filmography[change | change source]

Year Title Role Notes
1982 The Dorm That Dripped Blood Debbie
1983 Quarterback Princess Kim Maida Television film
1984 The Initiation Kelly Fairchild/Terry Fairchild
1985 Vision Quest Margie Epstein
The Sure Thing Alison Bradbury
Stone Pillow Carrie Lang Television film
1986 Modern Girls Margo
1987 Spaceballs Princess Vespa
1988 Last Rites Angela
1989 The Fly II Beth Logan
Staying Together Beverly Young
Gross Anatomy Laurie Rorbach
1992 Mad at the Moon Young Mrs. Miller
Prey of the Chameleon Patricia / Elizabeth Burrows
1993 Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon Minha
1994 Charlie's Ghost Story Ronda
Cityscrapes: Los Angeles Chantal
1995 Degree of Guilt Teresa 'Terri' Peralta Television film
1996 Pandora's Clock Dr. Roni Sanders Television film
1997 Loss of Faith Claire Hainey Television film
Naked in the Cold Sun Rini
Stand-ins Shirley
2000 Artificial Lies Karen Wettering
Enemies of Laughter Judy
2003 Ghost Dog: A Detective Tail Amanda Morton Television film
2005 Secret Lives Jill Thompson
2006 A-List Tina
The Obsession Deborah Matthews Television film
Christmas Do-Over Jill Television film
2008 Mail Order Bride Diana McQueen
2010 Seducing Charlie Barker Stella
A Family Thanksgiving Claudia Television film
On Strike for Christmas Joy Robertson Television film
2012 Changing Hearts Christina Riley
2013 Gone Missing Rene
A Remarkable Life Tracy
Signed, Sealed, Delivered Andrea Shmeckle Television film
2014 Monkey in the Middle Olive
2015 Summer Forever Sophie
Occupy Alice Cindy Lowe Short
2016 Who's Driving Doug Alison
Beyond Paradise Elana
Search Engines Kate
Those Left Behind Shelly
When Duty Calls Carol Lawton
My Husband is Missing Ann Bradshaw Television film
2017 The Wrong Babysitter Susan Television film
Heartbeats Michelle Andrews
2018 Witness Unprotected Sam
2018 A Christmas Arrangement Blair Covington
2018 Abigail Falls Anne
2019 Gates Of Paradise Nurse Broadfield

References[change | change source]

  1. "Daphne Zuniga Opens Up About Mindfulness And Finding Love In ORIGIN Magazine". Huffington Post. 13 October 2013. Missing or empty |url= (help); |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  2. "the board". Los Angeles River Revitalization Corporation. Retrieved 27 November 2013.

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