Even without the flaming-red mane and infectious smile, Debra Messing gets our hearts a-flutter.
Born in Brooklyn, the Jewish actress started acting, singing and dancing at a young age, starring in school productions of the musicals “Annie” and “Grease.” Some of her talent genes come from her mother, who was a singer (in addition to being a banker and travel/real estate agent); the propensity for multi-tasking also seems to swim through her DNA.
“I heard through [a contact] that the entire campaign was overjoyed and delighted by the video,” Messing said.
Seven reasons we have a Jew crush on Debra Messing: 1. Messing had a traditional bat mitzvah in East Greenwich, R.
I., where she and her parents moved when she was a child. Though Messing is best known for television and film roles, she started out on the stage. Before she was playing written parts, Messing was starring as a student. Reunion shows can be tricky, but we have the utmost faith in the gang from “Will & Grace.” In a recent promotion, the ensemble cast gets together in the old Upper West Side apartment and Messing, who exhibits strong feelings of reservation and fear about going back to the show, begins to sing pensively and the teaser erupts into a mini musical. She doesn’t only play the best friend of a gay man on the show, Messing has been a staunch activist for the LGBTQ community for years.
Debra is 47 years old in age and her birth place is located in Brooklyn, USA who has been playing in many of the television with major roles where mostly she is recognized from her participation as Grace Alder which was the most popular television program she presented herself named Will & Grace.
Her journey in the field started from the year 1994 and since then she is able to achieve great success and achievement in the industry with her notable work and presence.
If “Will & Grace,” a show that Vice President Biden credited with changing the country’s views on the LGBT community, were still on the air, the series would be tackling the 2016 race, she said.
“It doesn’t matter if you’re wealthy, it doesn’t matter what color your skin is, or what religion you are, every vote is weighted equally and it is our greatest privilege as Americans.” Another reason Messing said “yes” to the top secret one-day shoot in Los Angeles? “I knew it would be a great reprieve to just go and laugh and have fun,” said Messing, who’ll be working full-time for the Clinton campaign until Election Day.
“But [they] remain close friends.” The NBC show that brought them together was cancelled in April 2013 due to low ratings.
During its lifetime, Debra played Broadway lyricist Julia Houston whilst Will portrayed her former lover Michael Swift.
Messing, 48, will soon return to her starring role on the mega hit sitcom “Will & Grace” in a hotly anticipated reunion show.