Debra L. Herzog was born in Malden, Massachusetts but spent her youth in rural Ohio growing up in a small university town. With a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Herzog has had a successful development career in the fields of publishing, healthcare, tourism, higher education and film production. Not until 2014 and after raising three children into their ten years was her talent for acting and modeling discovered. Since then Herzog has appeared in film, commercials, print ads, voiceovers and runway shows. Her first real break into the industry came in 2016 when she made her television debut as a member of the “Kinnah” tribe on season two of “Outsiders” starring David Morse and Ryan Hurst. Most recently she produced and fulfilled the supporting role as “Missy” in the upcoming independent film “The Enormity of Life” playing opposite Breckin Meyer. She resides outside of Cleveland, Ohio with her husband and children.
Why did I choose to be part of this project?
The script is what began my interest in the film. Then working with Marah during the first interactive table read was such a unique environment that I knew I was in for an experience of growth and development. Can not wait to spend time with her, the actors and the rest of the crew!