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Daphne Zuniga Height 5' 8" Born October 28, 1962 in Berkeley California, USA
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Daphne Zuniga: Rides a Harley Davidson
motorcycle in her spare time.
Her father is Guatamalan
Has a body piercing through her navel.
Graduated from Woodstock Union High School in Woodstock, VT in 1980.
She was a guest celebrity in the 1996 Endymion parade during Mardi Gras.
Measurements: 34B-25-34 (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
Shared an L.A. house with Meg Ryan when both were struggling actresses
Won an LA Weekly Award for best ensemble for Circus Theatricals production of Tartuffe.
Her father is a philosophy professor and her mother is a Unitarian minister.
Sister of Jennifer Zuniga
Attended, but did not graduate from UCLA.
When she isn't acting she works for such causes as cleaning up toxic waste and counseling high school kids against the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
Daphne was a founding board member of Earth Communications Office (ECO), an organization that harnesses the power of the environmental movement and the entertainment community. She is devoted to the conservation of our planet and "mercury awareness", having written articles for Oprah Winfrey's O magazine.
She enjoys meditation and is a supporter of Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California, and Insight Meditation Society in Massachusetts.
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