Debra Dunning Net Worth

Debra Dunning is an American actress and model from Burbank, California. She began her career with the Judith Fontaine Modeling & Talent agency and has since appeared in ads for Miller Beer and Ford Motors. Her most notable work is her role in the comedy series ‘Home Improvement’, which ran from 1991 to 1999 and won a Golden Globe. She has also appeared in the sci-fi film ‘Leprechaun 4: In Space’, the TV film ‘The Spiral Staircase’, and the TV drama series ‘Wicked Wicked Games’. She is married to Steven Timmons and has three children.
Debra Dunning is a member of Film & Theater Personalities

Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Model, Actress
Birth Place Burbank, California, United States
Birth Sign Leo
Occupation Actress, voice actress
Years active 1978–present
Spouse(s) Brad Blaisdell (m. 1981; div. 1986) Larry Dean (m. 1999)

💰 Net worth: $100K - $1M

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After graduating from the University of North Texas in 1975 with a drama degree, she went to Hollywood and quickly landed guest roles in a few TV movie and TV series, including the 1978 series "The Incredible Hulk" on season 4, episode 61 titled "The dark side".


Sampler first made a name of herself playing Renée DuMonde on the soap Days of Our Lives. The Renee character became the focus of a major 1983 murder mystery, resulting in one of the most spectacular send-offs in daytime history. After leaving Days of our Lives in September 1983, she went on to the TV series Rituals, which ran from 1984–1985. The show also starred Future soap stars Mary Beth Evans (Kayla, Days) and Jon Lindstrom (Kevin, GH), as well as veteran soap star Kin Shriner (ex-Scotty, GH; ex-Brian, B&B) and Tina Louise (Ginger from Gilligan's Island.) After Rituals, Philece went on to Another World in 1986 to play Donna Love, a role she took over from originating Actress Anna Stuart. She left AW in 1989 when Stuart reclaimed the role. She had a couple guest starring roles on TJ Hooker as Sue Ann and on Hunter as Casey. She then took a sabbatical to Japan with her then-fiance. She returned to the US with a few screenplays and formed Philman Entertainment, a production company.


Philece got married on July 10, 1999 to her old flame, Larry Dean, whom she first dated twenty years ago.