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Deborah Mazar (born August 15, 1964 in Queens, New York), better known as Debi Mazar, is an American actress, best known for her trademark ''Jersey Girl''-type appearances, and as edgy, sharp-tongued women in independent films.
She began her career as a hip hop b-girl in New York City in the 1980s and befriended a pre-fame Madonna.
Her first television appearance was on the pilot for a hip hop television dance show, ''Graffiti Rock'' in 1984.
She also appeared in three Madonna videos - "True Blue", "Papa Don't Preach" and in "Music".
Mazar has played a number of minor-yet-colorful supporting roles in a variety of movies, including: as Sandy, Henry Hill's girl on the side in ''GoodFellas'' (1990), ''The Doors'', ''Bullets Over Broadway'', and as Spice (of Sugar and Spice) in ''Batman Forever'' (1995).
She had a recurring role in the 1993 - 1994 season of the TV drama ''L.A. Law''.
She has appeared in independent films like ''Inside Monkey Zetterland'' and ''Nowhere'' but has also dabbled in mainstream attempts like ''Batman'', and her short-lived sitcom, ''Temporarily Yours''. (The sitcom was about a woman who, in an attempt to get a good apartment in New York City, lies about being employed with a temp agency and then shows up at the agency begging for work.)
She appeared on a ''Friends'' episode in its eighth season ("The One Where Rachel Has a Baby, Part One"). Mazar played "Doreen, the Evil Bitch," a crazed pregnant woman who shares a hospital room with Rachel. She frequently refers to her husband as "sick bastard," "stupid bastard," and "sick son of a bitch" when she catches him creepily looking at Rachel.
From 2000 – 2002 she played "Jackie" on the television drama ''That's Life (television 2000)|That's Life''.
Currently, she is in a supporting actor role on ''Entourage'', an original comedy series on HBO. She also has a recurring role on the sitcom ''Living with Fran'', playing Fran Drescher's character's cousin.
Mazar's father, Harry Mazar, was born in Latvia to a Jewish family, her mother, Nancy Kappes, is of Italian Catholic descent.
She married Gabriele Corcos on March 16, 2002, and they have two daughters: Evelyn Maria, born on July 12, 2002, and Giulia Isabel, born on March 17, 2006.
She also appeared as the genie in the Space Monkey's video, "Sugarcane".