Deborah Unger, the first lucky Canadian taken by Australian National Institute of Dramatic Art. Her birth date is 12th May 1966 and she was born to an educated and well settled family with father as a gynaecologist and mother as nuclear disposal specialist. She has interest in acting and has been a part of various famous movies like Crash, Payback, The Way etc. Her career got a kick with her role in “Crash” and then the way she performed in other movies like “The Game” took her position up and made her famous with lot of recognition. She is of white ethnicity and a Cancerian.
Deborah Unger’s personal life is not shared; let us light up the glimpses here. She is a 1966 born actress. She was born in Vancouver and spent her childhood at the same place. Unger attended Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art. She has done various roles in many movies and got fame from many roles. Her relationship status is not mentioned but being a cancerian, we expect her to be loyal in the relationships. Deborah might have that someone special or we wish her to get him soon. Just like relationship status, there is no information available of being her mother. She has a perfect figure with tall height. Although she has kept her personal life personal, one must say she must have a good settled life just like her career.
We can guess her success with her income, she has maintained a good net worth of $2 Million Dollars.
She is present on social media sites, with her account on instagram and twitter. She must have a huge fan following due to her work and her gorgeous looks.
Deborah has a stable career. She has played role in more than 65 movies and got around five awards for her performance. Many times, she got nominated as well. Unger’s career got a turn with her acting in “Crash”. While studying, she acted in Australian movies like Bangkok Hilton and soon after completing graduation, she returned to United States, where she appeared in many movies with leading roles in some and got nominations and awards for her efforts and best works.