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Birth name
  
Debra Gale Marshall$

Debut
  
1995

Billed height
  
5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)

Name
  
Debra Marshall


Billed weight
  
129 lb (59 kg)

Role
  
Actress

Billed from
  
Residence
  
Alabama, United States

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Born
  
March 2, 1960 (age 63) Tuscaloosa, Alabama (
1960-03-02
)

Ring name(s)
  
DebraDebra McMichaelQueen Debra

Education
  
Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute

Spouse
  
Stone Cold Steve Austin (m. 2000–2003), Steve McMichael (m. 1985–1998)

Trained by
  
Steve McMichael, Jeff Jarrett

Movies and TV shows
  
WCW Monday Nitro, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Just Another Romantic, WCW WorldWide, Gathering of Heroes: Legend o


Similar
  
Lady Blossom, Steve McMichael, Stone Cold Steve Austin

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Debra Gale Marshall (born March 2, 1960) (formerly McMichael and Williams) is an American actress, and retired professional wrestler, having also been a manager and authority figure (Lieutenant Commissioner) in professional wrestling. Well known by her ring name Debra, she is notable for her appearances with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as Queen Debra between 1995 and 1998 and the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as Debra between 1998 and 2002. She began her career in professional wrestling in 1995, accompanying her husband Steve "Mongo" McMichael to the ring in World Championship Wrestling (WCW).

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She joined the WWF in 1998, where she managed the tag team of Jeff Jarrett and Owen Hart, until the evening of Hart's in-ring death in May 1999. She won the WWF Women's Championship from Sable in an Evening Gown match in 1999. She later appeared on-screen with her second husband Stone Cold Steve Austin until 2002, when the duo left the company. Marshall has also attended the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in New York. She graduated from the University of Alabama with honors (Cum Laude) and as of 2013 was pursuing her master's degree in Criminal Justice at the University of Alabama.

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Early life

Raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Marshall became a track-runner, cheerleader, and Homecoming Queen in high school before attending the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York City. She then became a flight attendant. Before her involvement in wrestling, she competed and won the title of 1987 Mrs. Illinois America in Elgin, Illinois and went on to compete in the Mrs. America pageant that same year in Las Vegas, Nevada. She later competed and won in the 1992 Mrs. Texas USA pageant held in Houston, Texas and went on to compete in the National Mrs. USA pageant. Marshall also attended the University of Alabama.

World Championship Wrestling (1995–1997)

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Marshall first appeared in WCW in late-1995 and early-1996, making occasional unnamed appearances as an audience plant, and as part of a group of valets for the team of Hulk Hogan and "Macho Man" Randy Savage. In April 1996, she began appearing regularly as a valet for her husband announcer Steve "Mongo" McMichael as he transitioned to competing as a wrestler. Based on her real-life participation in beauty pageants, Debra took on the role of a beauty-pageant queen character, giving herself the nickname "The Queen of WCW" and often making remarks about other wrestlers and valets in kayfabe interviews.

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At The Great American Bash 1996, Steve McMichael and his partner Kevin Greene competed against two of the Four Horsemen (Ric Flair and Arn Anderson). Flair won the match after Mongo and Debra turned on Greene by hitting him with a steel briefcase, joining the Horsemen. The briefcase later became one of Debra's signature objects. At Bash at the Beach in July 1997, Debra turned on Mongo during his WCW United States Heavyweight Championship match against Jeff Jarrett by handing Jarrett the steel briefcase, which he then used to knock Mongo out and thus to win the match. Next, Debra briefly managed Goldberg and Alex Wright. On the November 24th, 1997 edition of Nitro, Wright fired Debra after she accidentally distracted him, causing a loss to Prince Iaukea. After her divorce from McMichael, Debra joined the WWF.

Manager of Jeff Jarrett; Women's Champion (1998–1999)

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In 1998, Marshall rejoined Jarrett in the WWF. At the beginning of her WWF career, known simply as Debra, she played the part of a shrewd businesswoman, wearing business suits. She also played the part of Jarrett's girlfriend. In late 1998, Jarrett began a feud with Goldust that culminated in December at Rock Bottom: In Your House in a "Striptease match". During the match, Debra hit Goldust over the head with Jarrett's trademark guitar, enabling Jarrett to win. WWF Commissioner Shawn Michaels, however, disqualified Jarrett, and Debra had to strip due to the match's stipulations. As she stripped, The Blue Blazer and Jarrett covered her up. Debra, however, began utilizing a new strategy during matches, distracting Jarrett's opponents by unbuttoning her blouse. She would willingly take off her blouse to show the crowd her "puppies", a nickname originally bestowed upon her chest by wrestler Road Dogg and later utilized by commentator Jerry Lawler.

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The strategy helped Jarrett and partner Hart defeat The Big Boss Man and Ken Shamrock to become World Tag Team Champions in January 1999. In February, Debra feuded with female professional wrestler Ivory, and Jarrett and Hart retained the tag title in a tag match against Ivory's associates Mark Henry and D'Lo Brown at St. Valentine's Day Massacre. In March, the team lost their tag title to the team of Kane and X-Pac. As Debra continued to manage Jarrett and Hart, a potential storyline developed where Hart and Debra would have an affair, but the creative team vetoed the idea before it played out on-screen. A team name was also in the works—Debra favoring "Talent and Attitude" (T&A)—but Hart died in May 1999 at Over the Edge. Later in the event, Debra and Jarrett lost a mixed tag team match against Nicole Bass and Val Venis. Debra and Jarrett were interviewed moments after Hart's fall from the rafters at Kemper Arena, where Debra was noticeably shaken and fighting back tears of concern for her friend, and was unable to stay in her persona.

On May 10, 1999, Debra won the Women's Championship from Sable in an Evening Gown match. Usually, in an Evening Gown match, the Woman who forcibly removes her opponent's dress wins. Because Sable removed Debra's dress, she therefore should have been the winner. Commissioner Shawn Michaels, however, ruled that he considered the woman who had lost her dress the winner, crowning Debra the new Women's Champion. Debra lost the Women's Title to Ivory on June 14, due to interference from Nicole Bass.

At SummerSlam in 1999 Jarrett faced D'Lo Brown. During the match, Debra and Brown's former tag-team partner Mark Henry interfered on Jarrett's behalf, allowing him to win both the European Championship and the Intercontinental Championship. The following night, Jarrett awarded Henry the European title and gave Debra an assistant, Miss Kitty. At Unforgiven on September 26, Debra turned on Jarrett and hit him over the head with a guitar in the middle of his match against Chyna for the Intercontinental Championship. Chyna pinned Jarrett, but referee Tom Prichard overturned the decision due to Debra's involvement.

Sporadic appearances (1999–2002)

Debra appeared sporadically thereafter, but she participated in an eight-women Sudden Death match at Survivor Series in 1999 where she teamed with The Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, and Tori. Debra stayed off television while her new real-life husband Stone Cold Steve Austin recovered from neck surgery. She reappeared in April 2000, acting as a guest ring announcer at Backlash. In the fall of that year she played the role of Lieutenant Commissioner, the assistant of Commissioner Mick Foley.

Debra resigned as Lieutenant Commissioner on the March 5 episode of Raw to pursue managing again, while it was revealed on-screen that she was the wife of Stone Cold. Mr. McMahon have her the duty of managing The Rock, who at the time was feuding with Stone Cold. In 2001, she appeared sporadically thereafter, leaving the company in June 2002 with Austin.

Other media

Before becoming involved in wrestling, Marshall studied acting in Texas. Her first acting jobs involved commercials and two music videos for country musician George Strait. She also had a small role in the 1994 film Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation as a policewoman. The producers originally offered her the lead in the film, but when the director's first choice changed her mind and accepted the role, Marshall was given the small role instead.

On March 10, 2002, Marshall appeared on an episode of The Weakest Link alongside several other members of the WWE roster. In addition, she has a role in the 2010 film Gathering of Heroes.

Personal life

Marshall's marriage to National Football League alumnus and professional wrestler Steve McMichael lasted thirteen years. McMichael's mother, whom Marshall met on an airplane, set up their first meeting as a blind date. They divorced on October 12, 1998.

Debra met Steve Williams, known on-screen as Stone Cold Steve Austin, in 1998; they moved in together in 2000. On September 13 of that year, they married at The Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, and she changed her name to Debra Williams. On June 15, 2002, police responded to a call to the couple's residence in San Antonio, Texas, and found Debra with bruises and a bloody nose. On August 14, the authorities arrested Austin and charged him with misdemeanor assault. He pleaded no contest on November 25 and received a year's probation, a $1,000 fine, and an order to carry out eighty hours of community service. Austin filed for divorce from Marshall on July 22, 2002, and the divorce was finalized on February 5, 2003. Marshall later auctioned her wedding ring off on eBay for $27,100 and donated a portion of the proceeds to "Safe Place", an organization which assists the victims of domestic abuse.

In June and July 2007, Marshall made several appearances to discuss the Chris Benoit double murder and suicide. She described steroids and drugs as the cause of Austin hitting her in June 2002 and suggested links between such substances and the death of Benoit and his family. She also alleged that Austin beat her three times.

In wrestling

  • Signature moves
  • Slap
  • Wrestlers Managed
  • Alex Wright
  • Chyna
  • The Kat
  • Dean Malenko
  • D'Lo Brown
  • Eddie Guerrero
  • Goldberg
  • Goldust
  • Jeff Jarrett
  • Owen Hart
  • Kevin Greene
  • Ric Flair
  • Arn Anderson
  • Steve McMichael
  • Stone Cold Steve Austin
  • The Rock
  • Assistants
  • The Kat
  • Nicknames
  • "Mrs. Rattlesnake"
  • "Puppies!"
  • "Queen Debra"
  • "Queen Of The Puppies"
  • "The Queen Of WCW"
  • Entrance themes
  • "Urban Cowboy" by Jim Johnston (WWF, used while managing Jeff Jarrett)
  • Championships and accomplishments

  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
  • PWI Manager of the Year (1999)
  • PWI Woman of the Year (1999)
  • World Wrestling Federation
  • WWE Women's Championship (1 time)
  • Filmography

    Actress
    2018
    Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords as
    Reina
    2014
    Legacy of the Tengu as
    Captain Lang
    2006
    Just Another Romantic Wrestling Comedy as
    Dancer (uncredited)
    2002
    Best of the WWF 2001 (Video) as
    Debra
    1998
    WWE Raw (TV Series) as
    Debra / Lt. Commissioner Debra / Debra McMichael / ...
    - Terri Runnels vs. Trish Stratus: Lingerie Match (2002) - Debra
    - Judgement Day 2002 Fallout (2002) - Debra
    - Hogan vs. Flair (2002) - Debra
    - Insurrextion 2002 Fallout (2002) - Debra
    - Insurrextion 2002 Go Home Show (2002) - Debra
    - Backlash 2002 Go Home Show (2002) - Debra
    - The Road To WrestleMania X8 (2002) - Debra
    - Royal Rumble Rubdown (2002) - Debra
    - What a Burger (2002) - Debra
    - Egg Nog Match (2001) - Debra
    - Rebellion 2001 Falout (2001) - Debra
    - Lita Attacks Stacy Keibler (2001) - Debra
    - Kurt Angle Thinks He's Cool (2001) - Debra
    - Austin vs. Angle (2001) - Debra
    - Mister Monday Night (2001) - Debra
    - Austin Has the Belt (2001) - Debra
    - Milk Bath (2001) - Debra
    - Summerslam is Coming Soon (2001) - Debra
    - The Rock Lays the Smack Down on Shane-O-Mac (2001) - Debra
    - We Want Tables (2001) - Debra
    - The Shadows of Darkness Fall (2001) - Debra
    - Can You Dig That? (2001) - Debra
    - Buff Bagwell vs. Booker T (2001) - Debra
    - Who is the 2001 King of the Ring? (2001) - Debra
    - Don't Try This At Home (2001) - Debra
    - Special Referee Mick Foley (2001) - Debra
    - The APA Beats Up Perry Saturn (2001) - Debra
    - Judgement Day is Nigh (2001) - Debra
    - Insurrextion 2001 Fallout (2001) - Debra
    - WrestleMania X-Seven Falloout (2001) - Debra
    - Raw Is War (2001) - Debra
    - Pedigree His Ass (2001) - Debra
    - My Name Is Paul Heyman (2001) - Debra
    - Rebellion 2000 Results (2000) - Lt. Commissioner Debra
    - I Did It (2000) - Debra
    - Mistakes (1999) - Debra
    - DX is Together (1999) - Debra
    - The Rock, This Is Your Life (1999) - Debra
    - Shut Your Role and Know Your Mouth (1999) - Debra
    - The WWF's Most Wanted Man (1999) - Debra
    - In the Arms of a Monster (1999) - Debra
    - The Blonde Bytch Project (1999) - Debra
    - Raw is Jericho (1999) - Debra
    - Goodbye, Columbus (1999) - Debra
    - Fully Loaded '99 Fallout (1999) - Debra
    - The End of an Era (1999) - Debra
    - Signed in Blood (1999) - Debra
    - The Hardy Boyz vs. the Acolytes (1999) - Debra
    - Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker (1999) - Debra
    - The Corporate Ministry Crumbles (1999) - Debra
    - A Night of Stipulations (1999) - Debra
    - Chokeslam Through the Ring (1999) - Debra
    - Who is the Greater Power? (1999) - Debra
    - Raw Is Owen (1999) - Debra
    - No Mercy UK Follow Up (1999) - Debra
    - Leave It To Beaver Cleavage (1999) - Debra
    - The Corporate Ministry (1999) - Debra
    - Dark Wedding (1999) - Debra
    - The Funeral of Stone Cold Steve Austin (1999) - Debra
    - Showdown at Roody Poo Bridge (1999) - Debra
    - Terri Runnels Loses Her Shirt (1999) - Debra
    - WrestleMania XV Fallout (1999) - Debra
    - Stone Cold Gives The Corporation A Beer Bath (1999) - Debra
    - JR is Raw (1999) - Debra
    - Mankind vs. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin (1999) - Debra
    - Hot in Cleveland (1999) - Debra
    - Roasting Human Flesh (1999) - Debra
    - A Really Big Show (1999) - Debra
    - Raw Saturday Night (1999) - Debra
    - Triple H vs. Kane (1999) - Debra
    - Royal Rumble '99 Fallout (1999) - Debra
    - Royal Rumble '99 Go Home Show (1999) - Debra
    - D-Generation X vs. The Corporation (1999) - Debra
    - Shawn Michaels Gets Fired (1998) - Debra
    - Mankind vs. Kane (1998) - Debra
    - The New Corporate Outlaws (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - The J.O.B. Squad (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - Austin Seeks Legal Advice (1998) - Debra Mcmichael
    - The Rock vs. Mark Henry (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - The Rock vs. Ken Shamrock (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - Bang 3:16 (1998) - Debra McMichael
    1999
    WWE Smackdown! (TV Series) as
    Debra / Lt. Commissioner Debra
    - 9/11 Tribute (2001) - Debra
    - A North Dakotan Smackdown (2001) - Debra
    - Jeff Hardy Does It! (2001) - Debra
    - The End of Days (1999) - Debra
    - Pilot (1999) - Debra
    2000
    WWF No Mercy (Video Game) as
    Debra
    1998
    WWE Sunday Night Heat (TV Series) as
    Debra / Debra McMichael
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #68 (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #56 (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #55 (1999) - Debra
    - Edge Beats Meat (1999) - Debra
    - The Brothers Grim (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #49 (1999) - Debra
    - Dog Eat Dog (1999) - Debra
    - King of the Ring Qualifiers Week 2 (1999) - Debra
    - King of the Ring Qualifiers Week 1 (1999) - Debra
    - X-Factor (1999) - Debra
    - An Unlikely Team (1999) - Debra
    - WrestleMania XV Pregame Show (1999) - Debra
    - Head Him Off at the Pass (1999) - Debra
    - Feeding Frenzy (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #30 (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #29 (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #28 (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #27: Halftime Heat (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #25 (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #23 (1999) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #22 (1998) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #20 (1998) - Debra
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #19 (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #18 (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #17 (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #15 (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #14 (1998) - Debra McMichael
    - WWF Sunday Night Heat #13 (1998) - Debra McMichael
    1999
    Raw Attitude Vol. 2 (Video short) as
    Debra
    1999
    WrestleMania XV (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1996
    WCW Monday Nitro (TV Series) as
    Debra McMichael / Queen Debra
    - The Shank of the Evening (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Helpless at the Hands of the New World Order (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Welcome Back, Big Kev (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Broad Street Bullies (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Lower the Cage (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Bay N' Gold (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Laying Down the Law (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - We Love You, Call Collect (1997) - Queen Debra
    - The Streak Begins (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Chairman Piper (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Tribute To Arn Anderson (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Carolina On My Mind (1997) - Queen Debra
    - The Clash Before the Bash (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Mile High Madness (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - The 100th Edition of Nitro (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - The Free Agent (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Tuesday Nitro (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - World Premiere of the Nitro Girls (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Pre Bash at the Beach Night (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Viva Las Vegas (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Makin' Bacon (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Chicago Bullshit (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - The Wildest Night Ever (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Hold Him Back! (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Memorial Day 1997 (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Keep Watching the Skies (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - See You at Slamboree (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Head Games (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - One Hour Early (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - If I Ever Get To Saginaw (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Philadelphia Hospitality (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Turmoil in Huntsville (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - St. Patrick's Day in Savannah (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Spring Breakdown 1997 (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Team Piper (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - New Editions (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - He's Still Fired (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Abuse of Power (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - Hostage (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - The Big Easy (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - A Brand New Year (1997) - Debra McMichael
    - The Very Last Telecast of 1996 (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Happy Holidays and Season's Beatings (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Total Bedlam (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Looking For Payback (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Set It Up (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Pay the Piper (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - A Plea For Forgiveness (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Target the Macho Man (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - A Question of Trust (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - And Then There Was Syxx (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - The Fourth Man Revealed (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Spray Paint (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Modern Day Gladiators (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Who's in the Limo? (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Sneak Attack (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Out of Control (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Hollywood Hulk Hogan (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - New World Order (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Attica! Attica! (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - War Has Been Accepted (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - The Outsiders (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Where Have You Been, Luger? (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Take a Giant Step (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - All Titles on the Line (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - Dial M For Mongo (1996) - Debra McMichael
    - SuperBrawl Shuffle (1996) - Debra McMichael
    1997
    WCW Saturday Night (TV Series) as
    Queen Debra
    - Episode dated 11 October 1997 (1997) - Queen Debra
    - Episode dated 4 October 1997 (1997) - Queen Debra
    1996
    WCW Bash at the Beach (TV Special) as
    Debra McMichael
    1995
    Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation as
    Cop at Bud's Pizza
    Stunts
    2018
    Gathering of Heroes: Legend of the Seven Swords (stunt performer)
    Self
    2007
    Inside Edition (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - Debra Marshall Speaks Out (2007) - Self
    2007
    Hannity & Colmes (TV Series) as
    Self - Guest / Self
    - Episode dated 2 July 2007 (2007) - Self
    - Episode dated 29 June 2007 (2007) - Self - Guest (as Debra Marshall)
    - Episode dated 28 June 2007 (2007) - Self - Guest (as Debra Marshall)
    2007
    Geraldo Rivera Reports (TV Series documentary) as
    Self - Guest
    - Episode dated 30 June 2007 (2007) - Self - Guest (as Debra Marshall)
    2006
    GMTV (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode dated 7 August 2006 (2006) - Self
    2002
    Weakest Link (TV Series) as
    Self
    - WWF Superstars Edition 2 (2002) - Self (as Debra)
    2002
    Mad TV (TV Series) as
    Self
    - Episode #7.15 (2002) - Self
    2002
    Royal Rumble (TV Special) as
    Debra
    2001
    WWF Vengeance (TV Special) as
    Debra
    2001
    Survivor Series (TV Special) as
    Debra - The Alliance (uncredited)
    2001
    Invasion (TV Special) as
    Debra (uncredited)
    2001
    Divas in Hedonism (Video) as
    Self
    2001
    Lita: It Just Feels Right (Video documentary) as
    Debra (uncredited)
    2001
    King of the Ring (TV Special) as
    Debra
    2001
    WWF Judgment Day (TV Special) as
    Debra
    2000
    WWF Armageddon (TV Special) as
    Debra
    2000
    WWF Rebellion (TV Special) as
    Debra
    2000
    WWF Backlash (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    Survivor Series (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    Beyond the Mat (Documentary) as
    Debra (uncredited)
    1999
    WWF Unforgiven (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    Summerslam (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    The Teen Choice Awards 1999 (TV Special) as
    Self
    1999
    Fully Loaded (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    Come Get Some: The Women of the WWF (Video documentary) as
    Self
    1999
    WWF Over the Edge (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    WWF Backlash (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    WWF WrestleMania Rage Party (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    WWF St. Valentine's Day Massacre (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    WWF Royal Rumble: No Chance in Hell (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1998
    WWF Rock Bottom: In Your House (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1998
    WWF Capital Carnage (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1998
    Survivor Series (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1997
    Halloween Havoc (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1997
    WCW Fall Brawl: War Games (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1997
    Clash of the Champions (TV Special) as
    Queen Debra
    1997
    WCW Road Wild (TV Special) as
    Queen Debra
    1997
    The Great American Bash (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1997
    WCW Slamboree (TV Special) as
    Debra McMichael
    1997
    WCW Spring Stampede (TV Special) as
    Debra McMichael
    1996
    WCW Monday Nitro (TV Series) as
    Self - The Four Horsemen
    - The Lady and the Tramp (1997) - Self - The Four Horsemen
    - On the Hunt (1997) - Self - The Four Horsemen
    - The Scotsman of Alcatraz (1997) - Self - The Four Horsemen
    - A Mission From God (1997) - Self - The Four Horsemen
    - The Road To Starrcade Continues (1996) - Self - The Four Horsemen
    - Who Can the Third Man Be? (1996) - Self - The Four Horsemen
    1997
    WCW Uncensored (TV Special) as
    Debra McMichael
    1997
    WCW SuperBrawl VII (TV Special) as
    Debra McMichael
    1997
    NWO Souled Out (TV Special) as
    Debra McMichael
    1996
    WCW the Great American Bash (TV Special) as
    Debra McMichael
    Archive Footage
    2020
    WWE: Slammy Awards (TV Special) as
    Debra McMichael
    2017
    WWE 24 (TV Series documentary) as
    Debra
    - Kurt Angle: Homecoming (2017) - Debra
    2013
    WWE for All Mankind: Life & Career of Mick Foley (Video) as
    Debra
    2012
    The Top 100 Moments in Raw History (Video) as
    Debra
    2011
    WWE: OMG! - The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History (Video) as
    Debra
    2009
    WWE Smackdown! (TV Series) as
    Debra
    - Decade of SmackDown (2009) - Debra
    2009
    WWE: The Best of SmackDown - 10th Anniversary 1999-2009 (Video) as
    Debra
    2009
    WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 3 as
    Debra
    2008
    WWE Edge: A Decade of Decadence (Video) as
    Debra
    2008
    WWE: The Twisted, Disturbed Life of Kane (Video) as
    Debra
    2006
    WWE: McMahon (Video) as
    Debra
    2006
    The World's Greatest Wrestling Managers (Video documentary) as
    Debra
    2005
    The Bret Hart Story: The Best There Is, the Best There Was, the Best There Ever Will Be (Video documentary) as
    Debra
    2004
    Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story (Video documentary) as
    Debra
    2001
    WrestleMania X-Seven (TV Special) as
    Debra
    1999
    Biography (TV Series documentary) as
    Self
    - The Life and Death of Owen Hart (1999) - Self

    References

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