I loved the script. I love this play. I love the part. I just love Della.
Debra Jo Rupp
As Friends hits 25 years on Sept. From reflections on its legacy to untold stories from the set, the past month has unlocked a treasure trove of goods for Friends superfans. Oh my god! I just gotta close my eyes and do it. What else am I gonna do? Despite how uncomfortable she was with those first few scenes, Rupp looks back at her time filming with fondness because of how Ribisi helped calm her nerves. Rupp filmed that episode months before Letourneau became headline news, but it aired only a week after her arrest. Rupp does remember that the Friends producers had a hard time casting the role of Alice even before the scandal rocked the nation.
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She voiced Mary Helperman in the animated series Teacher's Pet and its sequel film , as well as playing timid secretary Miss Patterson in Big Rupp was born in Glendale, California in the family of Margaret A. Williams Rupp and John E. Rupp Jr. Debra always dreamed to be an actress, but her parents were firmly opposed to the idea.