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Deborah Van Valkenburgh
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Actress
    (August 29, 1952- )
    Portrayed Jackie Rush on the ABC TV sitcom 'Too Close for Comfort' (1980-85)
    Acted in 'The Warriors (1979),' 'King of The Mountain (1981),' 'Streets of Fire (1984),' 'Rampage (1988),' 'Mean Guns (1997),' 'Free Enterprise (1998)' and 'The Devil's Rejects (2005)'
    Besides her birth name she has been credited as Deborah Van Valkenberg, Debra Van Valkenberg and Deborah Gaye Van Valkenburgh.
    She dropped out of New York University's School of Social Work.
    She was written out of the final season of 'Too Close for Comfort' (retitled 'The Ted Knight Show').
    She wants $20 for an autographed photo of herself on her website.
    She performed on and off-Broadway.
    She enjoys ballet and modern dance and danced with Ballet Arts Carnegie Hall.
    She studied puppeteering for a time under the tutelage of Jim Henson.
    She reprised her role as the voice of street smart Mercy in the video game version of 'The Warriors' (2005).
    She says being an actress gives her 'the luxury of becoming acquainted with so many different kinds of people that exist in our lifetime, or in previous lifetimes.'

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