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Biography - A Short Wiki
Debi was born August 13, 1964 in Queens, New York. Young Mazar worked various job including dental assistant and jewelry sales person. In 1980s, Mayar got her first roles and her acting career started to speed up. You migh remember her from Money For Nothing, Space Truckers, L.A. Law, and Working.
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|Height||1.65 m, 5’5” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||55 kg, 121 pounds|
|Cup Size||Cup Size C|
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Quotes by Debi Mazar
A hero is somebody who is selfless, who is generous in spirit, who just tries to give back as much as possible and help people. A hero to me is someone who saves people and who really deeply cares.
As a matter of fact, I’ve been to Italy many times before I met my husband, which he can’t even imagine that I could possibly know anything about Italian food. But, you know, Italian food’s really basic, and there’s so many different variations on it that what my husband did is he broke it down for me.
I’m naturally a muscular gal with some curves, so eating a Mediterranean diet makes my body happy.
I grew up on food stamps. I come from a very humble background. And I’ve had many friends that have been destitute – you know, running into trouble – and places like The Midnight Mission have given them hope and have fed them and gotten them back on the right path.
To me, it’s a religious experience to sit down at anyone’s table. I feel so invited, like it’s a sacred place.