Debbie Gibson

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Debbie Gibson
Background information
Birth name Deborah Ann Gibson
Born August 31, 1970 (1970-08-31) (age 43)
Brooklyn, New York, United States
Genres Pop, Dance-pop, Adult Contemporary, pop rock
Occupations Singer-songwriter, record producer, actress, teen idol
Instruments Vocals, piano
Years active 1986–present
Labels Atlantic
EMI
SMEJ
Associated acts Jordan Knight
Eric Martin
Tiffany
Notable instruments
Liberace grand piano:
Baldwin SD10, Serial No. pending
Finish: Austrian rhinestones

Deborah Ann Gibson (b. August 31, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American singer-songwriter and actress. She was very popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s and had many hit songs. In 1988 she became the youngest artist to write, produce, and perform a #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100, with her song "Foolish Beat". She remains the youngest female to write, record, and perform a #1 single.[1]

Although never married, Gibson was once engaged to Jonathan Kanterman.[2]

Movies and television[change | change source]

On January 6, 2008 Gibson was on Deal or No Deal along with Corey Feldman as part of an 1980s special.

Gibson co-starred with actor Lorenzo Lamas in the low-budget movie Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus. It was released on May 19, 2009.[3] This movie had 2 million viewers on Syfy in 2009. The movie premiered at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival. Gibson's former music rival Tiffany had her movie Necrosis (a.k.a. Blood Snow) premiere at the Cannes as well.[4]

Tiffany and Debbie Gibson starred in a Syfy original movie called Mega Python vs. Gatoroid. It aired on January 29, 2011.[5] The pairing was at the suggestion of Tiffany, who wanted to play off their supposed rivalry.[6]

Gibson made a cameo appearance in the 2012 movie Rock of Ages in the ("We're Not Gonna Take It"/"We Built This City") face-off.

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