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Deborah Harry

As singer/songwriter for the band Blondie, Deborah Harry spawned a steady stream of global hits, including Heart of Glass, Call Me, The Tide is High and One Way or Another. She is also credited with being the first popular artist to bring rap music into the mainstream with Rapture. Her ongoing solo career has included the hits French Kissing in the USA and the platinum-selling I Want That Man.

Harry's provocative turn in Six Ways to Sunday crowns a diverse acting career that includes Mark Reichert's Union City (1979), David Cronenberg's Videodrome (1983), John Waters' Hairspray (1986), John Harrison's Tales From the Darkside (1990), and a co-starring role in James Mangold's Heavy, opposite Liv Tyler, Shelley Winters and Evan Dando.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

Deborah Harry Facts

OccupationMusician, Actress
BandBlondie
BirthdayJuly 1, 1945 (72)
SignCancer
BirthplaceMiami, Florida, USA

Selected Filmography

Sparkling Cyanide
Treading the Boards
Say Goodbye
King of the Mountain
Tales From The Darkside: The Movie
Beloved Infidel
Hair
The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas
Bruce Springsteen, Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders, David Bowie, and Deborah Harry
All I Want
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