Soleil Moon Frye
SOLEIL MOON FRYE – Punky Brewster/Executive Producer
Soleil Moon Frye skyrocketed to fame in 1984 when “Punky Brewster” premiered on NBC. The series, which ran four seasons, nabbed three Primetime Emmy nominations including two for “Outstanding Children’s Program.” Frye would also go on to voice the character in an animated series that ran two season and also earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for “Outstanding Animated Program.” Following “Punky Brewster,” Frye would go on to make numerous memorable guest appearances in such series as “Friends,” “Saved by the Bell,” and “The Wonder Years” before co-starring in “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” opposite Melissa Joan Hart. Frye also lent her voice to numerous animated series and films including “The Ren & Stimpy Show,” “The Proud Family,” “Robot Chicken,” and “Bratz.” Frye hosted 3 seasons of the Daytime Emmy-winning series “Home Made Simple” for Oprah Winfrey’s OWN network and was an ongoing contributor for the “Today Show.” In addition to acting and hosting, she has published two books, “Happy Chaos” and “Let’s Get This Party Started.” Most recently, Frye wrapped production of “Heirlooms,” a crime comedy co-starring Shelley Long and Luke Wilson. Frye is married and the mother of four children.
Punky Brewster’s all grown up, raising a spunky foster family of her own.
Punky’s childhood best friend returns! She now oversees Fenster Hall and is known as “Aunt Cherie” to Punky’s Kids.
Freddie Prinze Jr
Punky’s charming ex-husband, and lovingly irresponsible co-parent. A rockstar at heart.
A brash, street-wise foster kid who becomes the latest member of the Brewster family.
Lauren Lindsey Donzis
The oldest. She’s a budding fashion designer, feminist, and Punky’s very own wing woman.
The middle child. A laid back soul who embrasses the messy and the carefree.
Oliver De Los Santos
The youngest. A soft soul who prefers order and naturally butts heads with his brother Diego.