- Adopted when she was three months old.
- Worked as a Playboy bunny and as a waitress prior to her Blondie breakthrough.
- Released her first album in 1968 with a folk-rock group called Wind in the Willows.
- Founded Blondie with Chris Stein in 1974; the group released its eponymous debut two years later.
- Part of the legendary mid-'70s punk-rock scene at the Manhattan club CBGBs; other future stars included the Ramones, Patti Smith and Talking Heads.
- Sold more than 20 million copies of Parallel Lines, the classic 1978 Blondie album that featured the hit "Heart of Glass."
- Introduced the wider pop-rock audience to rap with the No. 1 Blondie hit "Rapture" in 1981.
- Released her solo debut, KooKoo, in 1981; it was produced by Chic's Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards.
- Suspended her career during the mid-'80s to care for boyfriend/Blondie bandmate Chris Stein, who was felled by pemphigus, a rare, potentially fatal disease.
- Inducted with Blondie into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006.
- 1981, Golden Globe — Best Original Song - Motion Picture: Nominee
- 1989, Independent Spirit Awards — Best Supporting Female: Nominee
- Chris Stein — Ex-significant Other
- Richard Harry — Father
- Catherine Harry — Mother
- Penn Jillette — Ex-significant Other
- Centenary College of New Jersey, Hackettstown, NJ (AA, 1965)
- Birth Name: Deborah Ann Harry
- Birth Place: Miami, FL
- Profession: Singer, Songwriter, Actor
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