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Debra Jo Rupp is a well-known actress from America who is best known for playing the character Kitty Forman on the Fox sitcom That ’70s and Alice Knight-Buffay in the popular sitcom television series Friends. She gave the voice of Mary Helperman in the animated series Teacher’s Pet portrayed the role of timid secretary Miss Patterson in the 1988 fantasy comedy-drama film, Big.
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Debra jo Rupp shifted to New York in 1979 to pursue an acting career. She appeared in commercials and performed at various theatres before winning her first television role in 1980 as Sheila in the sitcom All My Children. In the same year, she portrayed Helen, the wife of a cheating husband in a play festival at New York’s Nat Horne Theater.
Family and Personal Life
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Rupp has never been married and has no children. She has two houses, one in Lee, Massachusetts, where she completes her theatrical projects and another one in Los Angeles where she stays during television and film projects.
Net Worth, Nationality and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Debra Jo Rupp|
|Age (as of today)||72 years|
|Date of Birth||February 24, 1951|
|Place of Birth||Glendale, California, United States|
|Height||1.58 m, 5 feet 2 inches|
|Weight||61 kg, 134.5 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$6 million|
Height, Weight, and Age
Debra Jo Rupp's height is not very tall measuring 1.58 m. Boasting a weight of 61 kg. Being born on February 24, 1951, translates to an age of 72 years as of todays date (July 22, 2023).
I am a product of the 1950s.Debra Jo Rupp
I think that you have to find a piece of yourself in every role you play. If you don’t believe what you’re doing, you cannot expect anyone else to believe it.Debra Jo Rupp