Debra Blee was born on June 8th, 1958 in Orange County, and is a star of both film and stage. She was born in 1958 and was classically trained in theater at Berkeley where she starred in numerous stage productions – delivering show-stopping stage performances that earned her immediate recognition and widespread acclaim.
In the early 1980s she ventured out to Hollywood where she began her career on the silver screen.
In 1982 Ms. Debra Blee got her first role in The Beach Girls (1982) along with Jeana Keough and Val Kline.
Throughout the 1980s she racked up a number of memorable on camera credits.
Such as Savage Streets (1984) where she shined shoulder to shoulder with the crème de la crème in scream 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 then The Malibu Bikini Shop (1986).
Debra Blee is now retired and resides in California with her children.
The Beach Girls (1982)
T.J. Hooker (1982) as Lisa Christopher
Savage Streets (1984)
Hamburger: The Motion Picture (1986)
The Malibu Bikini Shop (1986)
Beach Fever (1987)
Debra Blee Gallery
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While unpacking from a recent move I came across “The Book”. It started out as a large coffee table book of entirely blank pages that were to be filled with the random thoughts, confessions, questions, and trivial challenges posed by my visiting friends and family (or in some cases total strangers either trying to deliver something to me or deliver me from hell). One of the common questions was “If the world will end tomorrow what would you do today?” and “What is your greatest regret/fear/etc.?”. And the rule was we always had to be completely honest (kind of like “Truth or dare” except you always had to choose truth). But most of the time we just had fun with it. Like, sometime around 1989-90 an ex-girlfriend asked me to list “The 10 most beautiful girls you have ever seen”. They were:
1. Debra Blee
2. Karen Mistal
3. Phoebe Cates
4. Janet Louise Johnson
5. Carol Cronin
6. Ami Dolenz
7. Ann Bontemps
8. Barbi Benton
9. Denise McConnell
10. Meredith Salenger
Although it’s not really fair, since I’ve never seen an image of her older than 30, I still think #1 is the only position I wouldn’t change.
By the way, number 5 and 7 were high school classmates, but not my ex-girlfriend. Hey, rules are rules.
was she pissed?