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Deborah Marie Tranelli (born July 6, 1955) is an American actress and singer.
Tranelli is best known for her recurring role in the soap opera Dallas as Phyllis, secretary to Bobby Ewing (played by Patrick Duffy). She appeared in the series from 1981 to its end in 1991. Her acting career has included roles on television series from Nero Wolfe "Might as Well Be Dead" (1981) to Law & Order "Seed" (1995). She starred in and performed the song "Still Got a Love" in the 1985 movie Naked Vengeance, and released a 2004 jazz album "A Lot of Livin'" which won three BackStage Bistro awards. She has more recently been performing theatre in New York City.
- "Tranelli Shares Love Of Cooking, Favorite Pasta Recipe", Copley News Service in Schenectady Gazette, June 19, 1987.
- "Deborah Tranelli Cast In 'Dallas, Wolfe' Roles", Schenectady Gazette, January 28, 1981.
- "Mother of All Musicals", Glenview Announcements (Sun-Times Media Group), March 23, 2006 – via HighBeam Research (subscription required).
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