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Daphne Zuniga (born October 28, 1962) is an American Actress known for her roles as Jo Reynolds on the Fox prime time soap opera Melrose Place, as Victoria Davis on The CW teen drama One Tree Hill, and as Princess Vespa in the Mel Brooks film Spaceballs.
Zuniga is best known for playing Jo Reynolds in the 1990s television series Melrose Place, Lynn Kerr in Beautiful People, Victoria Davis in One Tree Hill. Her television career began nearly ten years earlier when she appeared in several episodes of Family Ties (1984) as a girlfriend of Alex P. Keaton. She also co-starred with Lucille Ball in the drama Stone Pillow in 1985, and was in the 1995 miniseries Degree of Guilt. She was one of many voice actors for the animated television series Stories from My Childhood (1998). Zuniga had a lead role in the miniseries Pandora’s Clock (1996).
2004–2005, Zuniga appeared in a recurring role in American Dreams. She was on the show Beautiful People on ABC Family in 2005–2006. In 2007, she starred in the fifth-season premiere of the drama Nip/Tuck.
She starred in several made-for-television movies including Secret Lives (2005), The Obsession (2006), Christmas Do-Over (2006), Mail Order Bride (2008), and On Strike for Christmas (2010).
Zuniga reprised her role as Princess Vespa from the 1987 film Spaceballs, by voice-over in the television spin-off Spaceballs: The Animated Series. She also reprised her role from Melrose Place in an updated version, but it was short-lived, as the series was cancelled after just one season in 2009-10.
From 2007 to 2012, Zuniga appeared in the CW network series One Tree Hill. She played the cold-hearted mother Victoria Davis.
2015, she appears in guest starring role in the new VH1’s scripted series Hindsight as Libby.
2016, Daphne cast in a new TV movie for PixL and Hallmark Channel, When Duty Calls, with Judd Nelson and Daniella Monet.
Zuniga’s film work has continued in parallel with her television work throughout much of her career. Her first two movies were sorority slasher films The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1981) and The Initiation (1983, with Hunter Tylo), followed by Vision Quest (1985). In 1985, she starred opposite John Cusack in The Sure Thing. She next starred in the 1986 cult film Modern Girls. She was a lead in the 1987 Mel Brooks film Spaceballs, the 1988 film Last Rites opposite Tom Berenger, the 1989 films Gross Anatomy (with Matthew Modine), The Fly II (with Eric Stoltz), and Staying Together (with Sean Astin). She starred in Artificial Lies (2000), Enemies of Laughter (2000), Dog Gone (2003), A-List (2006) and Seducing Charlie Barker (2010), directed by Amy Glazer, and she starred in A Family Thankgving with Faye Dunaway. Most recently, she appeared in Gone Missing (2013), Monkey in the Middle (2014), Summer Forever (2015), A Remarkable Life (2015), Beyond Paradise (2015) and Who’s Driving Doug (2016). Soon, we can see Daphne Zuniga in Search Engines (2016) with Joely Fisher, Those Left Behind (2016) with Jack Griffo and Heartbeats (2016), directing by Duane Adler.
In 1994, Zuniga appeared in the release of a video for Bob Seger’s previously released 1976 hit “Night Moves”. In the video version of the song, she and a pre-Friends Matt LeBlanc are shown in a 1960s drive-in theater, where Zuniga as a dark, edgy young woman becomes a visual fascination for LeBlanc as a clean-cut young man.
She co-produced and co-directed (with Steven Latham) the 2007 documentary “The Future We Will Create: Inside the World of Ted” — a look at the annual Technology, Entertainment and Design conference held in Monterey, California.
In February and March 2008, Zuniga appeared onstage in a production of The Scene by Theresa Rebeck, at the San Francisco Playhouse.
She starred in the scripted web series Novel Adventures, which premiered November 3, 2008 from CBS Interactive.
2015, short movie Occupy Alice starring Arden Rose and Will Peltz.
Daphne Zuniga (age: 56) is an actress known for her roles as Jo Reynolds on Melrose Place, as Victoria Davis on One Tree Hill, and as Princess Vespa in Spaceballs.