Debra Blee was a cheerful, busty and beautiful brunette actress. Blee was born on June 8, 1958, in Orange County, California, and raised in the San Francisco Bay area. Debra herself started out as a member of the Berkeley Repertory Group, where she performed in stage productions of pieces such as “Wait Until Dark”, “The Tavern” and “Room Service”.
|Real name||Debra Blee|
|Profession||Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor|
|Date of Birth||June 8, 1958|
|Age (as of 2021)||62 years old|
|Birthplace||Orange County, California, USA|
|Hometown||Orange County, California, USA|
|Film||Savage Streets, Beach Fever|
|Networth (Approx.)||$1.9 Million|
Facts About Debra Blee
Debra Blee was a perky, busty, and beautiful brunette actress who appeared in a handful of pleasantly low operative roles performed in the early and mid-1980s. Blee was born on June 8, 1958, in Orange County, California, and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Debra herself started out as a member of the Berkeley Repertory Group, where she performed in stage productions of pieces such as “Wait Until Dark”, “The Tavern” and “Room Service”. She moved to Los Angeles in 1981 to pursue a full-time acting career.
Debra made a charming and vibrant performance in her film debut as the naive, stagnant, and virginal “Sarah” in The Beach Girls (1982).
Aside from her sadly rare film credits, Debra made a cameo appearance in the T.J. Hooker (1982), T.J. Hooker: Hooker’s War (1982). Sadly, after tackling a small role in the comedy, Beach Fever (1987), Debra Blee ended her life as an actress and left the movies.
In the early 1980s, she ventured to Hollywood, where she began her career on the big screen.
In 1982, Mrs. Debra Blee landed her first role in The Beach Girls (1982) with Jeana Keough and Val Kline.
Throughout the 1980s, she amassed a number of memorable credits in front of the camera.
Like Savage Streets (1984) where she flashed neck and neck with the crème de la crème of the Screaming Queen royalty: Suzee Slater and her Royal Highness the incomparable Linnea Quigley and Sloane (1985).
In 1986, she starred in Hamburger: The Motion Picture with Karen Mayo-Chandler, Leigh McCloskey, Randi Brooks, and NFL legend Dick Butkus, and later in The Malibu Bikini Shop (1986).
Debra Blee Movies And TV Shows
The Malibu Bikini Shop
Hamburger: The Motion Picture
The Beach Girls
The Love Boat