|Portrayed by||Brea Grant|
|First appearance||The Face in My Mind|
|Known ability||Enhanced speed|
|Formal name||Daphne Millbrook Parkman|
|Age||50 (2029), |
|Date of birth||November 9, 1978|
|Place of birth||Lawrence, KS|
|Home||Penthouse Suite of the Deveaux Building, |
formerly a single-family apartment in Brooklyn
|Residences||Manhattan, NY, |
formerly Brooklyn, NY,
formerly Paris, France
|Occupations||Agent of Primatech Hartsdale (retired), |
Agent of Pinehearst Company (former),
|Significant other||Matt Parkman (husband)|
|Parents||Mr. Millbrook, |
Mrs. Millbrook (deceased)
|Children||Molly Walker (adopted), |
|Other relatives||Matthew McHenry (step-son)|
Daphne arrives at her apartment, dying of a radiation burn from the Costa Verde Disaster. Matt tries to save her using regenerator blood. It saves her life, but leaves her in a coma. Later, President Nathan Petrelli offers Matt her job, promising to provide her with the best of care. Matt accepts and Daphne is fed constant regenerator blood.
After Matt betrays Pinehearst, Daphne and Daniella go missing. Arthur Petrelli tells Matt that they've moved her to another facility, but Matt detects his deception and believes that they are using her as leverage. In reality, the blood completely healed her and she was able to escape. She appeared at Mohinder's lab and after a face-off with Peter, she joined their rogue movement and aided in the final steps of creating the Antidote, and as such is partially responsible for the Epidemic. To make up for her crimes, she gladly joins the Company as an agent.
Daphne has the ability to run at speeds many times faster than a normal human. She is nearly capable of outrunning a nuclear explosion. When running from Peter Petrelli, the two of them were able to traverse most of North and South America within fifteen seconds, stopping briefly to chat a few times.
"I wasn't fast enough."
- -Daphne (The Moments to Come)
- Daphne appears to have taken her husband's last name, though she retains her maiden name professionally.
- Unlike both the present and Exposed Future versions of Daphne, she had yet to die in The World Entire.
- For the canon version of this character in the Exposed Future, see Daphne Millbrook (exposed future), and in the present, see Daphne Millbrook.