Deborah Ann Harry, better known by her stage name Debbie Harry, was the lead singer of the punk rock and new wave band, Blondie. She loved singing from a young age and used to perform in her church choir. Growing up, she was a confused young woman who had no idea what to do with her life. She simply wandered around after college for some time and hopped from one job to another. She has worked as a waitress, secretary, playboy bunny and a dancer. Her musical career began in the 1960s when she joined the folk rock group, ‘The Wind in the Willows’. She met the guitarist Chris Stein while performing with the band ‘The Stilettos’ and formed the band, ‘Blondie’ with him. The band became very famous in the Kansas and New York City circuits with their energetic and entertaining performance. Naturally blessed with glamorous looks and blonde hair, Debbie oozed sex appeal and was catapulted to the status of a sex symbol. Blondie produced several super hits including ‘Call Me’ and ‘The Tide is High’. However, the band split up due to personal differences and she embarked on a solo career with the album ‘KooKoo’. She also branched into acting and has appeared in around 30 films so far.