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First Name
Debra

Last Name
Rupp

Birthday
1951-02-24

Height
63

Build
Average

Eye Color
Blue

Hair Color
Brown - Light

Birthplace
Glendale, California

Zodiac Sign
Pisces

Ethnicity
White

Claim to Fame
That 70's Show

Nationality
American

Gender
Female

Film Role
Actor/Actress, Soundtrack

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Profile Bio Text
Debra Jo Rupp (born February 24, 1951) is an American film and television actress, perhaps best known for her role as Kitty Forman on the Fox sitcom, That '70s Show. She is also known for playing the role of Alice on the third, fourth and fifth seasons of Friends. She starred on the ABC sitcom Better with You from 2010-2011. Early life Rupp was born in Glendale, California, and raised in Boxford, Massachusetts, where she attended Masconomet Regional High School, graduating in 1969. She has two sisters. She went on to attend the University of Rochester, graduating with a B.A. degree in 1974. Career 1980s Rupp left her home state of Massachusetts in 1979 to pursue an acting career in New York City. She frequently performed on stage and appeared in commercials before winning her first television role in 1980 as Sheila, a topless dancer, on the daytime drama All My Children. Earlier in the same year, Rupp played Helen, the wife of a cheating husband, in Sharon Tipsword's one-act comedy Second Verse, which was produced as part of a play festival at New York's Nat Horne Theater. Another notable stage performance was as the young bride Eleanor in the 1985 production of A. R. Gurney's The Middle Ages at the Whole Theater Company, established by Olympia Dukakis in nearby Montclair, NJ. She received praise from Walter Goodman in a New York Times review of one of her many off-Broadway performances: as June Yeager, a young wife who feels she is never "loved enough", in the 1986 York Theater Company production of Arthur Laurents' dramatic play The Time of the Cuckoo[4][5] staged at the Church of the Heavenly Rest in New York's Upper East Side neighborhood (Manhattan). Rupp's list of stage credits includes appearances in Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune and Cynthia Heimel's A Girl's Guide to Chaos, the Broadway role which significantly propelled her career forward. She originated the role of Cynthia in 1986, a character based on Heimel's observations made during her stints as a columnist for Playboy and The Village Voice. Directed by Wynn Handman and sharing the stage with Rita Jenrette, Rupp's performance as Cynthia was immortalized by legendary caricaturist Al Hirschfeld and described in a New York Times review as "an appealing mixture of pluck and pathos." In Newsday's review of Chaos, theater critic Allan Wallach called Rupp “a real find.” In early 1987, Rupp was featured in an article written by Enid Nemy for the "Broadway" section of The New York Times. Entitled "New York is beckoning, but first, Los Angeles", the interview revealed how Rupp's success in the theater so soon after her arrival in New York City had scared the young actress enough to take time off from acting for several years. After returning to the stage, Rupp explained, she was often cast as an ing√©nue, but after her portrayal of Cynthia in Chaos, she began getting calls to audition in Los Angeles for "really crazy neurotic" parts in television pilots. She was realistic about the unpredictability of an acting career and, since she had promised her mother she would never wait tables when she left for New York, she hadn't given up her part-time work as a bookkeeper and was "learning computers" as something to fall back on. Rupp continued to devote herself to acting full-time through the 1980s and performed in numerous regional stage productions. One such production was Sherry Kramer's Wall of Water in New Haven, Connecticut at the Yale Repertory Theatre's Winterfest play festival of 1988. She guest-starred on numerous television shows, including Kate & Allie, Spenser for Hire, and The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd. In 1988, Rupp landed her first film role on the big screen as Miss Patterson, Tom Hanks' secretary in the film Big. 1990s In 1990, Rupp returned to New York City to perform in a Broadway stage production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof with Kathleen Turner at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre. In it, Rupp portrayed Mae (Sister Woman).[10] Her television work during the early 1990s included recurring roles as Ms. Higgins on the television Davis Rules with Randy Quaid, and as Sister Mary Incarnata on Phenom with Judith Light, as well as guest roles on Blossom, Family Matters, L.A. Law, and ER. In 1995 she began her stint as Jeff Foxworthy's sister-in-law Gayle on The Jeff Foxworthy Show, and also appeared in the three-episode science fiction mini-series The Invaders with Scott Bakula, portrayed Jerry Seinfeld's eccentric booking agent Katie on an episode of Seinfeld (a role she reprised in 1996), and performed on stage as Meg in Broken Bones, a dark drama about spousal abuse by Drew McWeeny and Scott Swan, as part of a one-act play festival at Hollywood's Met Theater. Rupp also appeared in several episodes of Friends, playing Alice Knight, a home economics t

Couple Profile Source
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debra_Jo_Rupp

High School
Masconomet Region High School in Topsfield, Massachusetts

University
University of Rochester, New York in 1974

Official Websites
www.debratopia.com

Full Name at Birth
Debra Jo Rupp

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Age
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Wikipedia Text

Debra Jo Rupp (born February 24, 1951) is an American film and television actress, perhaps best known for her role as Kitty Forman on the Fox sitcom, That '70s Show. She is also known for playing the role of Alice on the third, fourth and fifth seasons of Friends. She starred on the ABC sitcom Better with You from 2010-2011.


Middle Name
Jo

Has Videos
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Occupation Text
Actress

Year(s) Active
1980–present

Religion
Methodist

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