Debra Blee was a bubbly, buxom and beautiful brunette actress who popped up in a handful of enjoyably lowbrow exploitation features made throughout the early to mid 80's.
Debra started out as a member of the Berkeley Repertory Group, where she acted in stage productions of such plays as "Wait Until Dark", "The Tavern", and "Room Service".
She moved to Los Angeles in 1981 to pursue a full-time acting career. Debra gave a charming and vibrant performance in her film debut as the naive, uptight and virginal "Sarah" in the delightfully raucous and raunchy The Beach Girls (1982). Blee went on to portray street gang member "Rachel" in the terrifically trashy Savage Streets (1984), the gutsy "Cynthia" in the dopey martial arts romp Sloane (1985), the sweet "Mia Vunk" in the hilariously stupid Hamburger: The Motion Picture (1986), and spoiled rich girl "Jane" in the entertainingly silly The Malibu Bikini Shop (1986).
After tackling a small part in the comedy, Beach Fever (1987), Debra Blee called it a day as an actress and dropped out of the film business.