As director, editor and lead actress, A Fish Called Martha or: Who's Really Afraid of H.P. Lovecraft Anyway? (FCM) has proved to be Debora's greatest production challenge yet for Stunt Kitty Films (SKF).
Debora began her theatrical education (having already graduated from The School of Fine Arts, Rome, Italy) at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. After moving to L.A. she continued her study under the tutelage of actress and coach Salome Jens (John Frankenheimer's Seconds).
After a fifteen year career in theater and television, Deb founded SKF with her partner Rob Robinson and nephew Philip Faiss. Her first role for SKF was as the granola-head Lila, proudly performing all her stunts herself under the masterful training of stunt coordinator Stuart Wilson (The Rundown). She then took the helm for SKF's second film, The Golem, starring some of Debora's dearest friends in a touching story of a dysfunctional family and the monster living their garage and has been directing for SKF ever since.
Some of her most rewarding work has been as a volunteer acting and writing instructor to teens in the Los Angeles Police Department, Juvenile Impact Program.
She currently resides in North Hollywood where she divides her time between prepping for SKF's next project and walking her two dogs - Mickey and Boz.