As a professional singer, actor and performer, Debbie has been in the business for over 30 years having been cast in both stage and television productions.
She has performed in musicals such as 'South Pacific' in the role of 'Bloody Mary' as well as 'Hot Mikado', 'Annie','Oklahoma','Jeykyll and Hyde' and many more.
Recently she has toured her home country of New Zealand alongside a four-piece band performing swing music and songs in front of appreciative audiences and with exceptonal reviews.
In 2009, Debbie was cast in 'Jerry Springer The Opera' alongside acclaimed performers David Wenham and David Bedella. This British musical based on the television show played at the Sydney Opera House to over 2000 people a night.
In the same year Debbie toured Australia with the ever popular 'Menopause The Musical' in the lead role of 'The Earth Mother'. She has been a part of this production since it began in 2006 and has performed in Brisbane and toured various parts of Australia as well as Auckland and Wellington in New Zealand.The show achieved the distinction of being the longest running musical in Auckland since 1960.
More Recently Debbie has Toured New Zealand on many occasions with shows Ranging from music of the 50's & 60's with
Tom Sharplin and The Cadillac,s. The Life and Music of Glenn Miller.
She has sung alongside Maria Mercedes, Anne Wood, Jennifer Vuletic, Robyn Arthur, Beth Daly, Carolyn Waddell.
A full acting and singing biography for Debbie is available upon request and she welcomes professional enquires.
More Recently Debbie has performed and Toured New Zealand in the revival of Menopause the Musical.
Debbie has also been a part of The colour Purple as one of the Choir Ladies in the New Zealand Premier in 2018,
2019 brings Debbie into the Role as "Mother" in Ragtime the Musical and this Role shows her versatilty to be able to Adapt her voice to a wide range of singing Styles.
As well as this Debbie also is part of the Judging Panel for the NAPTA awards and attends over 20 Shows a year.
Ragtime the Musical at the Selwyn Theatre, Auckland, August 22nd to 31st
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