Debbie Rochon Biography
She then focused on another spotlight in the world of acting, this time on movies. Debbie Rochon worked on more than a hundred independent productions both in the United States and Canada. In 1994, she was crowned runner-up Best Actress by Job Bob Briggs, founder of the Hubcap Awards, for the movie Abducted II: The Reunion, which was shot in Canada. Debbie Rochon stood out among her contemporaries when she won the prestigious Barbarella Award for her role as a scheming television producer in Broadcast Bombshells in 1995.
Debbie Rochon is probably most remembered in Troma Entertainment. She first appeared in the satirical program The Troma System as Edna Purlmutter, which was then followed by Tromeo and Juliet, Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger IV, Terror Firmer, and several episodes in Tromas Edge TV. In November 2006, Troma released a DVD at EXtakes.com called Debbie Rochon Confidential, which featured unseen footages of Debbie Rochons years with Troma. Her most recent works, Vampyre Tales and The Deepening, are now also available on DVD.
Among Debbie Rochons other appearances include a guest participation on Foxs New York Undercover. In 2002, Debbie Rochon earned the title of scream queen of the Decade (1990-1999) by Draculina magazine, which was based on reader polls. In the same year, she received the Best Psychette Award for Best Female Psycho in a Movie for the horror flick, American Nightmare. Two years later, she also won MircoCinemaFests Best Comedy Actress award for Doctor Horrors Erotic House of Idiots.
Debbie Rochon became the host of the 2005 Village Halloween Parade together with Dee Snider and Felissa Rose. She again worked with Snider on the weekly horror talk show, Fangoria Radio. She now lives in New York City and can regularly be spotted on Fangoria and Sirens of Cinema.