Debbie Lay Biography
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Place/City||United States|
|Net Worth||$100 Thousand|
|Movies||Damages (TV film, 2006), Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009), The Verdict (TV film, 2016), The Nomads (2019), Death Saved My Life (2021, TV film)|
|TV Show||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2010), Do No Harm (2013), Mare of Easttown (2021)|
American actress Debbie Lay, over the course of a decade in the acting industry, has worked as an actress & as a stand-in. In 2006, Lay made her on-screen through the TV film Damages & has appeared in brief roles in Do No Harm (TV series), The Verdict (TV films), The Nomads, and Death Saved My Life (TV film).
In 2021, the actress was cast in the American limited series Mare of Easttown.
Low-Key About Early Life & Family- What's Her Age?
Debbie Lay was born in the United States and comes from an Asian ethnic background. While she has seen wide acclaim through her TV works, the American actress stays low-key about her family details including parents & siblings. Although the exact date of birth of Debbie is yet to be out, she is allegedly in the mid-20s.
Her academics detail is yet to be out, but it's undeniable that she had an acting interest as well as a talent since a young age that bloomed into a career later.
Acting Career Journey- TV Works & Movies
Lay made her on-screen debut in 2006 through the TV movie Damages starring Freya Adams, Angelica S Alvarez, and Sunkrish Bala in the main roles. Although, she was cast in the films: My One and Only (2009) and Duplicity (2009), but was uncredited for the role.
Moreover, in 2009, the actress appeared in a brief role (Senator's wife) in the critically acclaimed film State of Play featuring Russell Crowe & Ben Affleck; and as a tampon wrangler in the commercial hit Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. The latter film starring Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson & John Turturro, made $836.3 million in the box-office.
Throughout the early 2010s, Debbie worked as a stand-in in the TV series (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Gossip Girl) as well as in the TV movies Game Change (2012) and Philly Lawyer (2012).
Having guest-starred in Do No Harm (2013, TV series), the American actress was then cast in My dream, Greco-Roman (2014, short-film) & The Verdict (2014, TV movie) before landing in the sport-drama The Nomads (2019).
In 2021, Debbie Lay was cast in the American limited series Mare of Easttown (5 episodes) as a brief cast, sharing the screen with Kate Winslet, Julianne Nicholson, Jean Smart, Angourie Rice, Evan Peters, Cailee Spaeny & David Denman.
The same year, she extended her acting credit in Death Saved My Life and Army of the Dead. As per IMDB, Lay is set to appear in the comedy-sport drama Army of the Dead (post-production).
How Much Is Debbie Lay's Net Worth?
Online sources estimate that Debbie owns $100,000 net worth as of March 2021. Most of her fortune came through her on-screen venture with 13 acting credits throughout the career span of a decade. Although no exact figure of Lay's earnings is out, she allegedly sums up the payroll tens of thousand dollars per project.
On average, an actor in the United States has a salary of $57,000 per year.
Is Debbie Dating or Married?
Debbie Lay keeps her personal life pretty low-key, be it her family details or her love life. At the moment, she is yet to disclose her relationship status. Lay is not reported to be married or has any records of dating profile as well as any boyfriends in the past. For now, she is alleged to be single without any substantial proof of her relationship.