Debbie Harry is an American actor and singer who has established a strong reputation for herself as an all-round entertainer. She is primarily known for her singing abilities as the lead singer of the new wave band, ‘Blondie’. Debbie’s career miraculously surged upwards in 1970s, helping her become the first rapper to chart at number one position in US. While her singing career was soaring sky-high, Debbie made her plunge into acting. She did more than 60 film roles and appeared in numerous television appearances.
Debbie’s first role ever was as a singer in the 1975 film ‘Deadly Hero’. Over the next couple of years, she did guest roles in various films including ‘Roadie’, ‘Downtown 81’, ‘Videodrome’, ‘Rock & Rule’, ‘Forever, Lulu’, ‘Satisfaction’ and ‘Hairspray’. By 2000, Debbie had become a renowned name in the acting circuit as well, doing successful bunch of films such as ‘My Life Without Me’, ‘Spun’, ‘Elegy’ and so on. She did some short films as well such as ‘Rakhthavira’, ‘Sandman’, ‘Honey Trap’, ‘Patch’, ‘Pipe Dreams’ and several television appearances including ‘Monster’, ‘Wiseguy’, ‘TriBeCa’, ‘Phantom 2040’, ‘Difficult People’ and others.
Corrupt NYPD police officers under Lt. Ray Donlan are running free in Garrison, New Jersey when Internal Affairs investigator, Lt. Moe Tilden, arrives to investigate. He approaches local sheriff, Freddy Heflin,who is reluctant to help. But Heflin is forced to go up against Donlan’s team when Donlan’s nephew, Officer Babitch, kills two African-American teenagers.