Deborah Ann Woll is an award winning biographer, author, editor, and teacher. Her many works include publications on American women during the suffragette movement, biographies of notable women throughout the ages, a variety of children’s books including “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”, and political essays. In 2021, she was diagnosed with lung cancer. She beat the cancer and now lives actively with her partner, Martin Sheen.
Deborah Ann Woll biography traces the development of her early life. Starting as a student and teacher of writing at Columbia University, where she pursued her undergraduate degree, and then at the University of Michigan where she earned her graduate degree, she discovered her true vocation while participating in the writing process as a magazine writer. She worked for Time magazine in the early years, but when her acting career beckoned, she returned to New York to join the cast of “Lucky Number Slevin” and went on to star in many more memorable films including “Catch Me If You Can”. Her acting resume further honed by such popular and long-running series as “Seinfeld”, she found it difficult to fit her acting career around her writings.
|Real Name||Deborah Ann Woll|
|Net Worth||2 Million|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 178 cm|
in meters- 1.78 m
in Feet Inches- 5′ 10″
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 58 kg|
in Pounds- 128 lbs
|Hair Color||Blonde (Natural)|
She often tends to dye her hair ‘red’ or ‘strawberry blonde’.
|Body Measurements||37-25-38 Inches|
|Waist Size||25 Inches|
|Hip Size||38 Inches|
|Shoe Size||9 (US)|
|Date of Birth||February 7, 1985|
|Birth Place||Brooklyn, New York, United States|
|Father Name||He is an architect.|
|Mother Name||Cathy Woll (Teacher at the Berkeley Carroll School)|
|School||Packer Collegiate Institute|
USC School of Dramatic Arts
|College||University of Southern California|
Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts
Carnegie Mellon University
|Educational Qualification||Bachelor of Fine Arts|
|Boys, Affairs and More|
|Boyfriend||E.J. Scott (2007-Present)|
|Married & Children|
|First Film||Mother’s Day|
|First Television Show||Life|
|Favorite Restaurants||Bob’s in South Dakota, Charlie the Butcher in Buffalo|
|Favorite TV Show||Unknown|
In addition to her extensive acting credits on television shows, such as “The West Wing”, she has also found success penning a variety of books and contributing articles to numerous publications. These efforts have earned her a variety of awards, most notably the Hammer Award for Nonfiction from the Society of Writing Travelers in 2021, and she has also been nominated multiple times for awards from the American Society of Magazine Editors and the Grand Master of the Science Fiction Hall of Fame. In recent years, Woll has concentrated on writing non-fiction books about her experiences as a nurse and nursing assistant, traveling and living among indigenous tribes in the Amazon, her years as a paralegal working with scientists and engineers, and her current work as a fiction and non-fiction book writer. These endeavors have earned her a number of awards, including the Golden Globe Awards for Best Screenplay, the Satellite Award for Outstanding Achievement in TV Series, and the Satellite Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing for TV and DVD, as well as the Satellite Writer’s Award from Disney.
In between acting gigs, Woll took herself off the stage for several months, focusing on writing. Now the wait for her second novel is underway. Woll has written at least one book proposal that she hopes to turn into a television series. Based on her own life experiences as a nurse and a paralegal, she hopes to weave the two professions together in a heartfelt and entertaining tale of a true blood family. A satellite award from AMC, the producers of true blood, could help get her on the road to fulfilling her second novel.
Woll is also attached to a development of a screenplay that focuses on a young woman who lives in New Orleans during the period before the hurricane destroys the city. The lead role will be played by Davis Gaines. The project will be executive produced by Greg Berlanti and Ali Baba. Deborah Ann Woll is attached to the project as an executive producer.
The next project for Woll will be a TV series in which she will play the character of Joyce Summers, a lesbian mom who lives in Brooklyn. She is a member of the predominantly gay ensemble that makes up the show’s ensemble. Woll is from Brooklyn and was raised in San Francisco as a child. Her credits include guest spots on the series Seinfeld, Housewives, and Friends, and she has been nominated twice for Golden Globe Awards for her performance on Seinfeld. Her second series with ABC is expected to be released in the spring of 2021.