Debralee Scott Biography
Birthday: April 2, 1953 (Aries)
Born In: Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States
Debralee Scott was an American actor. She is best remembered for her roles in TV sitcoms such as ‘Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman,’ ‘Angie,’ and ‘Forever Fernwood.’ She had also been part of films such as ‘Police Academy’ and ‘Police Academy 3: Back in Training.’ Debralee made her acting debut playing ‘Ann Mary Deacon’ in the crime thriller ‘Dirty Harry.’ Her big break came with the role of ‘Cathy Lorraine Shumway,’ the sister of the titular character of the satirical soap opera ‘Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.’ The role garnered her widespread recognition. Over the years, she appeared in several other TV series, such as ‘Welcome Back, Kotter.’ She was also part of TV game shows such as ‘Match Game,’ ‘Password Plus,’ and ‘The $20,000 Pyramid.’ She also appeared in big-screen films such as ‘American Graffiti,’ ‘Earthquake,’ and ‘Pandemonium.’ Debralee later took retirement from acting and became an agent for ‘Empowered Artists.’ She met with a personal crisis when her fiancé, John Dennis Levi, a ‘Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’ police officer, was killed in the ‘World Trade Center’ terrorist attacks. Eventually, she became an alcoholic, and a few years later, she collapsed into coma. Although she came out of coma later, Debralee died in her sleep soon after.