Deb is an improviser, singer, teacher, corporate facilitator/role player, actor and voice actor who has been working successfully in these mediums for twenty five years. She spent ten years performing and teaching improvisation with Freestyle Repertory Theatre (TheatreSports New York), five years performing with ComedySportz NY and 6 years performing with the national touring improv company Chicago City Limits. Deb has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and in national commercials for MasterCard, Wendy’s and Zyrtec. Deb has done countless voiceovers, ranging from radio and TV advertisements, to video games and has made a name for herself in the world of Japanese anime having voiced characters in over 45 anime films which are listed on her Wikipedia page. A graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in NYC and a highly experienced teacher of improvisation and acting, she's had the pleasure of teaching at NYU, Marymount Manhattan College, The American Comedy Institute, Weist-Barron, The New York Film Academy and Acteen in NYC. Deb successfully created programs that teach curriculum through improvisation – these programs have been integrated into public schools in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. As a facilitator/role player she has worked with companies from the pharmaceutical world to finance to beer! . Her great joy has been taking on the role of co artistic director of Broadway's Next Hit Musical in 2009 and in watching the show and its performers flourish. She's also a tap dancer/hoofer and periodically brings her shoes on the road so you may get to see her hoof!