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Daphne Blunt
Born Daphne Louise Blunt
October 23, 1997 (1997-10-23) (age 12)
Overland Park, Kansas, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2008–present

Daphne Louise Blunt (born October 23, 1997) is an American actress, singer, and writer. She made her first television appearance at the age of ten on the CBS daytime drama The Young & The Restless, then as a contestant on the Nickelodeon game show BrainSurge. At the age of eleven Daphne starred in the TV Pilot “My Daddy is the President" and at age 12 starred in the Indie film "The Things You Lose." She has made numerous other appearances on TV and in film. Daphne is a published author and writer/creator of the television show “Beverly Hills Gonna Bees.” Daphne is also a recording artist with JJPZ Talent in Los Angeles.

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Biography

Daphne Louise Blunt was born at Menorah Medical Center in Overland Park, Kansas. The daughter of Dorothy and Ron Blunt, Daphne is the youngest of four sisters. Her sister Veronica is a member of the Indie band Beau Monde [1]. Daphne and her sisters are biracial; their father is of English-American descent; their mother is African American.

Daphne began acting at the age of three appearing in local theater in Overland Park, KS. In 2004, Daphne moved with her family to Miami, FL, where she continued to perform in local theater and began modeling for one of the top modeling agencies in the country, Irene Marie Models of MTV fame through the reality show 8th and Ocean. In 2008, Daphne made another move with her family, but this time for her own career. After being signed by the top talent agency Diverse Talent Group in Los Angeles, she and her parents relocated to Beverly Hills, CA.[1]

Career

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Acting

Daphne Blunt first appeared on network television in 2008 as Jayele on the CBS daytime drama The Young and The Restless. In 2009, Daphne appeared on the Nickelodeon game show BrainSurge. Daphne recently starred in the Indie film "The Things You Lose," which is scheduled for release in 2010. [2] Daphne plays a young girl in the 1940s who must face the demons that haunt her mother. In 2009, Daphne also starred in the TV Show "My Daddy is the President," which is in production. [3] As Kylie, Daphne plays the daughter of a newly elected Obama-like character. Daphne plays Sasha in the ongoing Internet series Pubert.[4]

Other films in which Daphne has appeared include the made for TV movie "Amish Grace," [5] "Up Jump the Boogie," [6] and "Strange Little Girl." [7] Daphne appeared in a music video with the G-Girlz, and has performed in numerous other film projects. [8]

Trained at an early age for theater, Daphne's first big production was at age six when she performed in Seussical the Musical. At age nine, she sang and acted in the Rogers and Hammerstein musical Cinderella. She has continued to perform in local theater in Los Angeles, most recently in "High School Drama" at the Hollywood Fight Club.[9] Daphne frequently appears live doing improv comedy at LA Connection.[10]

Daphne has appeared in numerous commercial advertisements for national accounts including Disney, Disney.com,[11] Disney Interactive Studios, Kmart,[12] Under Armour, Broder Brothers, and Knippies (Switzerland)[13]. More detail, including video, can be found at http://www.daphneblunt.com.

Writing

Daphne Blunt was first published in 2008 when her short story "The Yorkie Next Door" was selected and printed in the Anthology of Short Stories by Young Americans.[14] Most recently, Daphne wrote the pilot and treatment for a TV sitcom titled "Beverly Hills Gonna Bees" about three 7th Grade girls transforming from Geeks to Socialites. [15] She continues to write for TV and film.

Music

In July 2009 Daphne Blunt recorded her first pop single entitled "Crush Rush"[16] and followed it shortly with her first music video.[17] In the fall of 2009, Daphne recorded her second pop single entitled "Rock n Roll." [18] Daphne co-wrote both songs with with Los Angeles music talent Jonathan George, grand champion winner of Ed McMahon's Next Big Star,[19] a sequel to Star Search. Daphne continues to write and record through JJPZ Talent,[20] and producer Kasuality Productions.[21] She debuted her music in the summer of 2009 performing at the Knitting Factory in Hollywood, California.[22] .

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