Debbie Juvenile

Debbie Juvenile



Debbie Juvenile is an American actress best known for her roles in films such as The Goonies (1985), The Lost Boys (1987), and The Addams Family (1991). Born in Los Angeles, California on June 24, 1963, Juvenile began her career as an extra in the early 1980s. She quickly landed her first major role in the 1985 hit film The Goonies, playing the role of young Andy Carmichael. She then appeared in films such as The Lost Boys (1987) and The Addams Family (1991).

In the 1990s, Juvenile transitioned to television. She had a recurring role on the popular sitcom Family Matters as a teenage neighbor of Steve Urkel. She also appeared in the TV movie "The Women of Spring Break" (1995) and guest starred on shows such as Moesha, CSI: Miami, and That's So Raven. She also had a recurring role on the soap opera As the World Turns.

Outside of acting, Juvenile is an active philanthropist. She has been a longtime supporter of the Los Angeles-based charity organization "A Place Called Home" and is a board member of the organization. She has also served as a celebrity spokesperson for the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Debbie Juvenile has enjoyed a long and successful career in acting, spanning over three decades. She is an accomplished actress who has worked in both film and television, and her philanthropic work has helped to make a positive impact on the lives of many.

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