Photos with Stephanie Debar
Stephanie Elizabeth de Bar was born in San Jose, California to working class parents Eileen Ryan and William de Bar. A series of domestic tribulations led to a trial separation between her mother and father resulting in a sudden pilgrimage to Miami, Florida, where she resided for a year with her Grandmother. By the age of four, her family reconciled briefly and made several moves up and down the Southeast coast of Florida before settling in Lake Worth. Read more... I.E. Vocal Competitions. At the age of sixteen, she was the youngest performer to be cast in an adult role as Lily St. Regis in the Lake Worth International Playhouse production of Annie. After a few short years of numerous productions and unrelenting direction from personal mentors, her dream to perform became realized. Stephanie soon made the journey out to Los Angeles, California five months after graduating High School. In the weeks following her arrival, she juggled a great number of odd-jobs that enabled her to maintain a constant availability for auditions, film projects and extra work. For a short period of time she was employed as a Go-Go dancer at the famed Mayan Theater in downtown LA. This brief experience became a significant launching pad for her career, as she was later cast as a featured Go-Go dancer in her first Big-Budget film, Cartel War, released in 2012. Her most recent projects include a reoccurring role in the mildly successful TV series Blabber Box, produced by the Nexon© Game Corporation. The segment in which she stars, entitled "Testers" has gained many followers and combined episode estimations of over 1 million views, both on Youtube© and The Nexon© Website.