Deborah Foreman, who starred in ‘Valley Girl,’ is now working in a different field after retiring from acting.
Foreman rose to prominence as Julie Richman in the 1983 cult classic Due to a Slump.
Deborah Foreman hasn’t been seen since her last appearance in the 2008 film Beautiful Loser. People even wondered if she had given up acting. Read on to find out if that was the case, as well as what she is doing now.
Deborah Foreman made a huge impression with her role as Julie Richman in the 1983 cult movie, Valley Girl. However, after experiencing a slump in the acting industry, the stunning movie star quit acting and embarked on an entirely new career in the arts.
Foreman Creates Personalized Arts for Individuals
After appearing in the film Beautiful Loser in 2008, the former actress became an art collector.
She now expresses her love of art in a variety of ways, including photography, graphic design, jewelry design, and social marketing. At the Grace Anatomy Pilates Studio, Foreman also teaches yoga and Scott Pilates.
The multi-talented artist is entirely self-taught and has a keen sense of identifying the appropriate aesthetic choices for a person. She “loves to create art in people’s lives that enhances the value and prosperity of their business or individual goals,” she says.
Her website is filled with testimonials from happy customers. Maverick Consulting, her client, wrote:
I wanted a website that was simple, clean, clear, and professional – and Debby delivered! …Debby was able to use her creativity (as a true artist) to provide a plethora of viable options and suggestions. Debby comes highly recommended from me. Thank you once more, Debby!
Despite her artistic success, the Valley Girl actress appears to be nostalgic for her days as an actress. She sells autographed photographs from her well-known films, such as Valley Girl and April Fool’s Day.
Deborah Foreman stop acting : Due to a Slump
Foreman rose to prominence as Julie Richman in the 1983 cult classic Due to a Slump. She played the part with such grace and charm that it earned her international fame and fortune.
Later in her career, the Valley Girl actress appeared in a few comedies, including Real Genius (1985) and My Chauffeur (1988). (1986).
To try out a new genre, the former actress appeared in the 1986 horror-comedy April Fool’s Day, where she gave one of her best performances. In 1988, she starred in the horror film The Destroyer, alongside her April Fool’s Day co-star Clayton Rohner. Foreman’s filmography also includes roles in The Concert, The Experts, Sundown The Vampire in Retreat, and Lunatics: A Love Story. Her success in the movies, however, was not meant to last, and her career suffered as she reportedly struggled to find well-directed films.
As a result, she decided to stop acting and pursue a completely new career with renewed zeal.
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