Debbie Gibson Bio, Age, Net Worth, Playboy, Girls Night Out, Movies and TV Shows

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Last updated on November 1st, 2022 at 11:26 pm

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Debbie Gibson Biography and Wiki

Debbie Gibson is an American actress, pianist, singer-songwriter, and record producer. Out of the Blue, Gibson’s debut album became a number of international hits and was later awarded triple platinum status by the Recording Industry Association of America. Gibson became the first young female artist to write, produce, and perform a Billboard Hot 100 number-one single with one of those singles, “Foolish Beat.”

Debbie Gibson Age and Birthday

Gibson is 52 years old as of 2022. She was born Deborah Ann Gibson on 31 August 1970 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 31 August every year.

Debbie Gibson Nationality and Ethnicity

Gibson is of American nationality by birth. She was born in Brooklyn, New York, United States. She identifies as having “Italian/Sicilian, part German, and perhaps some Russian” ancestry. READ ALSO: Taylor Swift

Debbie Gibson Parents and Siblings

Gibson is the third of Joseph Gibson’s four daughters by Diane (née Pustizzi). Her father, who loved to sing, was born Joseph Schultz and was abandoned as a child; his biological mother later wed a Gibson and placed Joseph in an orphanage. Gibson was raised in the Long Island suburb of Merrick, New York.

Debbie Gibson Boyfriend

Who is Debbie Gibson’s Husband? Gibson and Jonathan Kanterman were once engaged, and from 2008 to 2019, Gibson was romantically involved with Rutledge Taylor.

Debbie Gibson Height

Gibson stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m).

Debbie Gibson’s Net Worth

What is Debbie Gibson’s net worth? Gibson has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.

Debbie Gibson Lost in Your Eyes

Gibson’s second album, Electric Youth, features the single “Lost in Your Eyes,” the first track from the album (1989). Gibson composed the song in late 1987, and it was released by Creative Bloc Music, Ltd., and Deborah Ann’s Music in early 1988. The Music Sales Corporation eventually handled the administration of the song’s rights (ASCAP). On the Out of the Blue Tour, a beta version of the arrangement had been performed.

Debbie Gibson Playboy

Gibson appeared in a nude photoshoot in the March 2005 issue of Playboy, which appeared at the same time as the single’s release. Since she turned 18, she claims that the magazine has asked her to model for them five times. As she described how one casting call called her agent, unaware that Gibson had long since outgrown her teenage image, she agreed to pose in order to change up her image. On the Billboard Hot Single Sales chart, the song peaked at No. 35 in March 2005.

Debbie Gibson Only in My Dreams

Gibson released her debut single titled “Only in My Dreams.” On December 16, 1986, a maxi single (Atlantic DM 86744) and a remixed version (Vocal/3:50, as described here) were both released. Gibson wrote the song in 1984, two years before she recorded it in February 1987. The dance-pop song, which was written and performed by Fred Zarr, Don Feinberg, and Herb “Pump” Powers for BiZarr Music, Inc., peaked at No. 4 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in the summer of 1987. Executive producer for Broadbeard Productions, Inc. was Douglas Breitbart (see also Debbie Gibson).

Debbie Gibson Foolish Beat

Gibson has released four singles to date. “Foolish Beat” was first recorded in late 1987 for the Dream Tour, months before it appeared on Gibson’s debut album, Out of the Blue (1987). At age 17, Gibson became the youngest person to independently write, produce, and perform a number-one single when the song reached the top of the US Billboard Hot 100 on June 25, 1988.

“Foolish Beat” peaked at number nine on the UK Singles Chart in that country. The song also made it into the top 10 in the Netherlands and Switzerland and the top five in Canada and Ireland. As the B-side to “Out of the Blue,” the song was released in Japan on Atlantic Japan 10SW-15. Gibson re-recorded the song in 2010 as a bonus track for the Deluxe Edition release of the album Ms. Vocalist, which was released exclusively in Japan.

Debbie Gibson Electric Youth

Gibson’s second album, Electric Youth, was released by Atlantic Records on January 24, 1989. It is Gibson’s highest-charting album to date, spending five weeks at the top of the US Billboard 200 albums chart and peaking at number eight on the UK Albums Chart.

Debbie Gibson Out of the Blue

Gibson’s debut album, Out of the Blue, was released by Atlantic Records on August 18, 1987. In addition to selling more than 3 million copies in the US (3 times platinum by RIAA) and 5 million copies worldwide, the album received positive reviews from music critics.

Debbie Gibson Lost in Your Eyes

Gibson’s second album, Electric Youth, features the single “Lost in Your Eyes,” the first track from the album (1989). Gibson composed the song in late 1987, and it was released by Creative Bloc Music, Ltd., and Deborah Ann’s Music in early 1988. The Music Sales Corporation eventually handled the administration of the song’s rights (ASCAP). On the Out of the Blue Tour, a beta version of the arrangement had been performed.

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Debbie Gibson Girls Night Out

The Body Remembers, her tenth studio album, was released on August 20, 2021, and its lead single, “Girls Night Out,” was first made available on June 7, 2019, as her 2020 single. Her 41st single overall was that one. Although it was first made available digitally to American radio stations in 2019, it took some time to chart. The song debuted on the Billboard Dance Club Songs Chart at position 44 on January 10, 2020. Since 1989’s Electric Youth, it was Gibson’s first top ten Billboard chart entry. Additionally, the song peaked at No. 4 on the American Billboard and MusicWeek charts.

Debbie Gibson Albums

  • Out of the Blue
  • Electric Youth
  • Anything Is Possible
  • Body, Mind, Soul
  • Think with Your Heart
  • Deborah
  • M.Y.O.B.
  • Colored Lights: The Broadway Album
  • Ms. Vocalist
  • The Body Remembers
  • Winterlicious

Debbie Gibson Movies and TV Shows

  • 1984: Ghostbusters 
  • 1986: Sweet Liberty
  • 1998: My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend
  • 1999: My X-Girlfriend’s Wedding Reception
  • 2001: Wedding Band
  • 2001: Soulkeeper
  • 2006: Coffee Date
  • 2007: Body/Antibody
  • 2009: Mega Shark Versus Giant Octopus
  • 2011: Mega Python vs. Gatoroid
  • 2002: That ’80s Show as Janice
  • 2000: Maggie Bloom as Maggie Bloom
  • 2003: American Juniors as judge
  • 2004: Celeste in the City
  • 2006: Skating with Celebrities
  • 2009: Rita Rocks
  • 2010: Celebrity Ghost Stories
  • 2012: Celebrity Apprentice
  • 2014: Acting Dead as Roberta
  • 2014: Sing Your Face Off as judge
  • 2015: The Music in Me
  • 2016: Summer of Dreams
  • 2017: Dancing with the Stars
  • 2018: Wedding of Dreams