Deborah Foreman Biography

Deborah Foreman was an American actress and best known for her roles in the movie Valley Girl in 1983. She was born in California on October 12, 1962; her parents were Marine Corps pilot and brought up in Arizona, Texas.

Foreman was just 13 when her parents enrolled her at Barbizon School of Modeling in Houston to overcome her shyness, she won a trophy after completion of her course. She got good marks and recognition for cheer full leader of her class. In her student life, she was hired by Wally Lewis for newspaper and catalog ads. She got a chance to meet the representative of Wilhelmina Models who led her for singing with California Office and also got a modeling contract for Maybelline cosmetics.

She moved to Los Angeles and earned SAG card by appearing in McDonald’s of England commercial. Later she focused on acting and took lessons from professional teachers. Her first role was in a comedy show for NBC’s “The Grady Nutt Show”. She had done many supporting roles as well. After 1983, she appeared in a sitcom Family Ties; she got fame from “Nicolas Cage”.

Foreman films include: Love in the Present Tense, I’m Dancing as Fast as I Can, Valley girl, April’s Fool Day, Waxwork, Destroyer, The Experts, Friends, Lovers & Lunatics, Lobster Man From Mars, Real Genius, In the custody of Strangers, 3:15, Beautiful Loser, A love Story and many more. She appeared in dozen of low budgeted horror movies. Currently, she owns and operates DF Graphics, an online graphic house.
Deborah Foreman Biography

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Deborah Foreman Biography