Debralee Scott

Quick Facts about Debralee Scott 

  • Full Name: Debralee Scott 
  • Gender: Female 
  • Birth Country: New Jersey, USA 
  • Net Worth: $1.9 million 
  • Date of Birth: 2 April 1953 
  • Died on: 5 April 2005
  • Nationality: American 
  • Marital Status: Unmarried

Debaralee Scott is an American actress well-known for her roles in Angie, Welcome Back, Kotter, and Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman. Debralee Scott was born on 2 April 1953. She was raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Later, she moved to Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. She was a cheerleader in high school in Pennslyvania. When she was in Elizabeth, she worked at a movie theatre. She attended the Galileo Academy of Science and technology in 1971. She started her acting career by performing American Conservatory Theatre. Debralee’s first acting gig was as an extra in Dirty Harry. She appeared as the corpse of Ann Mary Deacon, a 14-year-old who was kidnapped and buried alive. 

She later relocated to Los Angeles, California. After which, she appeared in quiz shows as an anchor and played various roles in Police Academy and Pandemonium. There were quite a lot of rumors about her relationship with Micky Dolenz, Richard Dreyfuss, and Ringo Starr. She later retired and became a talent agent in New York for a few years. 

Debralee Scott Cause of Death 

Debralee Scott’s cause of death was a liver failure called Cirrhosis. Debralee lost her fiance, John Dennis Levi, in the 9/11 attack. Her fiance was a New York policeman. He was caught in the World Trade Centre during 9/11. She could not handle herself very well after the death and started drinking. She was soon addicted to drinking. After his death, she moved to Florida in 2005. She collapsed in a coma and was released after a few days. But on April 5, 2005, she died in her sleep. Her body was cremated. According to her mother, Debralee has had a drinking problem since the terrorist attack, which led to her death. Apparently, she could not get over the sudden death of John. 

Debralee Scott American Graffitti 

Debralee Scott’s American Graffiti is an American comedy film released in 1973. George Lucas directed this movie, and Francis Ford Coppola produced it. American Grafitti starred Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss, Cindy Williams, Mackenzie Philip, Candy Clark, Debralee Scott, Joe Spano, and many more. It was based on the famous rock ’n’ roll pop culture during that time. This film tells a story about a group of teenagers and their fun adventures at night. Debralee Scott appeared as Falfa’s girl. She was the girlfriend of Harrison Ford in the film. It was her second movie after Dirty Harry.

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