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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 30 September 1959Lucas Valley, California, USA
Birth NameDeborah Anne Mullowney
Height 5' 7" (1.7 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Debrah Farentino was born on September 30, 1959 in Lucas Valley, California, USA as Deborah Anne Mullowney. She is an actress, known for Earth 2 (1994), Malice (1993) and Equal Justice (1990). She has been married to Gregory Hoblit since September 10, 1994. They have one child. She was previously married to Tony Adams, James Farentino and Scott Staples.

Spouse (4)

Gregory Hoblit (10 September 1994 - present) (1 child)
Tony Adams (1992 - 1994) (divorced) (1 child)
James Farentino (15 June 1985 - 1988) (divorced)
Scott Staples (9 June 1979 - 1983) (divorced)

Trivia (15)

Of Irish descent.
Former 'Ford' model.
Is a trained precision driver who can perform auto stunts.
Two daughters, Molly Adams (with Tony Adams), born in 1991, and, Sophie Hoblit (with Gregory Hoblit), born in 1995.
Studied Biology at San Jose State before switching to acting at UCLA.
Educated at University of California (UCLA).
Named One of The 50 Most Beautiful People in the World by People Magazine (1995).
First met former husband, James Farentino, when he was her acting teacher. They were both married at the time and didn't start dating until a mutual friend introduced them, more than a year later.
Father was a stock broker for Dean-Whitter.
Has two sisters and a brother.
Ex-stepmother of David Farentino.
Received a degree in Biology from Mt. Saint Mary's college in Los Angeles, California in 2009.
Donated to Friends of Rahm Emanuel.
Donated to Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 campaign for president.
Donated to John Kerry's 2004 campaign for president.

Personal Quotes (2)

"I'm the queen of critically acclaimed failed television series. After all these years in television, I never have known a series to go more than one year, I've got friends who have been on shows for five years and I go, 'What's that like?"(Source:Houston Chronicle September 5, 1999)
"I don't know anyone else who has been on as many shows as I have at my age and hasn't had a hit, You'd think a track record like that would discourage people from hiring me. But I think it works in my favor. Because I've had the opportunity to work a lot and not be pigeonholed. Maybe there's something to this one season- and-out thing."(Source:Houston Chronicle September 5, 1999)

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