Debbie Rochon grew up in British Columbia, Canada. She was a child of the streets and victim of much abuse until she accidentally ended up in a featured extra role in Paramounts Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains (1982)!
Debbie Rochon grew up in British Columbia, Canada. She was a child of the streets and victim of much abuse until she accidentally ended up in a featured extra role in Paramounts Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains (1982)! The event changed her life, and she saved enough money to move to New York City and study acting. After many years working with numerous theater companies in off-Broadway plays, she started to land small roles in films. Spike Lees editor Barry Alexander Brown cast her in a featured role in his first directing effort, Lonely in America (1990). Soon the parts grew bigger and bigger and primarily fell in the fear flick genre. Since then Debbie has starred in dozens of horror movies and has gained cult stardom worldwide. Since 1994, she has acted in various roles in Lloyd Kaufmans Troma Productions, most notably Tromeo and Juliet (1996) and Terror Firmer (1999), as well as many other independent straight-to-DVD horror flicks in lead, supporting and minor parts. Although she is mostly associated with creepy features and thrillers because of her evenly-shaped, dark-haired appearance, she has garnered acclaim for her turns in comedy and drama. She has also co-hosted a number of radio shows in New York City that focused on film and pop culture. Debbie co-hosted and co-produced the radio show Oblique Strategies with Peter Schmedig on WBAI a terrestrial radio station which aired out of NYC from 1994-1996. Debbie also co-hosted and co-produced the Internet radio show Illumination Gallery with Peter Schmedig for Pseudo Radio out of NYC from 1996-1998.