Recently played the tole of Martha Watson
(Housekeeper to General Waverly and former Broadway star)
in
Irving Berlin's WHITE CHRISTMAS
Ogunquit Playhouse at The Music Hall
December 9 to the 20, 2015
 
My new production:
Singing for the Cows: Homesteading a Dream
has been presented by 
McLeod County Historical Society
with funding from a Minnesota Legacy Arts Grant
and  
Cottonwood County Historical Society 
Sons of Norway
with funding through grants from the
Robert and Helen Remick Charitable Foundation Trust
 
For more information on the origin of this production 
Read
Kay Johnson's wonderful article on the Singing for the Cow's premiere.
 
 
Deborah Jean Templin performs onstage, film a television.  Proud member of Actors Equity & SAG-AFTRA member or 38 years.  She has played leading roles at America's most prestigious theatre companies.   Ms Templin was featured as Martha Stewart in Irving Berlin's White Christmas in the Ogunquit Playhouse at The Music Hall production, in Mary Poppins as "Miss Andrew", "Queen Victoria" and  "Bird Woman" at Philadelphia's Walnut Street Theatre. Broadway national tours include Mamma Mia!, Titanic, Baby and Annie. 
 
Ms Templin is the 2013 New Hampshire Theatre Award winner for her work as "Frau Blucher" in Mel Brooks/Thomas Meehan's Young Frankenstein. Ms. Templin was given Philadelphia's Barrymore Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her work as chanteuse "Kay Goodman" in Dennis Deal's Nite Club Confidential.  The Los Angeles Arts Council awarded her the Richard Burton Award in Acting. Deborah Jean has been proud member of the perfomers unions of SAG-AFTRA and Actors Equity Association since 1977.
 
Theatrical Representation
Andreadis Talent Agency Legit (Barbara Andreadis) 212-315-0303
Abrams Artist Agents Commercial (Tracey Goldblum) 646-486-4600
 

Unsinkable Women: Stories and Songs from the Titanic" , an original play by Deborah Jean Templin, has toured more than 110 venues domestically and abroad, making its Lincoln Center debut at Bruno Walter Auditorium in the fall of 2012.  

Unsinkable Women: Stories and Songs from the Titanic"       917 678 6715

 


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