Debra Feuer

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Debra Feuer is an American actress born in Las Vegas January 12, 1959. She starred in the movies Moment by Moment, The Hollywood Knights, To Live and Die in L.A., MacGruder and Loud, and in the Italian movie Il burbero, feat Adriano Celentano as well as Homeboy, in which she starred with her then husband Mickey Rourke.

Feuer played a minor role (Becky Mae) in the TV show, The Dukes of Hazzard, Season 2, Episode 6, The Ghost of General Lee. She also played Sonny Crockett's love interest in the first two episodes of Season 5 of Miami Vice.

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Her father Ron Feuer is a musician, in particular of piano and drum.

Her brother Ian Feuer was a professional soccer player in Belgium and England.

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