48 years old (Born on August 31, 1970)
American singer, songwriter, record producer, actress; She is famous from Out Of The Blue.Friend of Barry Williams. Lived in Bensonhurst in Brooklyn before her family moved to Long Island. A Finnish rap-band, Raptori, composed a song about her. Its name is "Debi Gibson" Has been typecast as not one but two fictional pop stars on series television: "Gabrielle" on "Street Justice" (1991); and "Christi Rose" on "Step by Step" (1991). In 2005, years after both shows were cancelled, she was asked for both "Christi`s" and "Gabrielle`s" autographs (plus her own) at the famous Tower Records store on Sunset Boulevard in West Los Angeles. She cheerfully obliged. Auctioned her first car, a 1957 Ford Fairlane Skyliner, for charity.
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Fun Facts About Deborah Gibson
Drives a mini cooper
Does not drink or smoke.
Childhood friend of Ricki Lake
Launched "Camp Electric Youth" (named after her second album), an organization to acquaint girls to show biz .
Released her 7th album, "MYOB" (Mind Your Own Business). [February 2001]
Lives in Los Angeles.
Signed a recording contract with Atlantic Records when she was 16 years old.
Graduated with honors from Calhoun High School in Merrick, New York.
Is the subject of the Pixies song "Make Believe", which resulted from an obsession of Pixies drummer David Lovering. It was written by Frank Black and sung by Lovering.
Was the youngest person to write, produce, and perform a number one hit, "Foolish Beat". She was 17.
Has written an early-1990s autobiography, "Between the Lines," the title of which is taken from the last song on her first album. Unfortunately, the book does not exist in audio format.
Won the "ASCAP Songwriter of the Year Award" in 1989, an award she shared with Bruce Springsteen.
Dated Darren Day.
Wrote her first song, "Make Sure You Know Your Classroom", when she was five years old.
Does Yoga religously.