Deborah’s first starring role was as “Floppy the Ragdoll” at age 5 in her ballet teacher’s Washington, D.C. basement. There she found her love of performance and has been on the stage ever since as a dancer, musician, actor, spokesperson and public speaker. Deborah loves the process of working with fellow artists to bring characters to life and feeling them evolve over time. As a Zoni-winning actress, she strives to bring authenticity to each character. Two of her favorite roles include the maid in Don't Dress For Dinner and Margaret in 39 Steps. When she is not on stage, she teaches public speaking at Distinguished Communications.
Deborah Weissman Ostreicher