Prior to her home at NBC, and after graduating from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York, Annamarie worked as a casting director for ABC’s drama One Life to Live.
Appearing to put the network’s success ahead of everything, Deborah expressed that the decision was best for everyone with anticipation for new challenges ahead in her career. Since Deborah has been with the popular daytime channel, more than 67 million viewers have climbed aboard to view same-day episodes of their favorite soaps – along with other dramas including Melrose Place,” “Beverly Hills 90210,” “Dallas,” “One Tree Hill,” and “The OC.” In fact, Executive Brian Frons attributes Deborah Blackwell as having a big hand in the channels growth!
Though Deborah doesn’t know what’s out there for her next, she definitely wants to stay in cable but won’t rule out a job in media. Prior to landing the gig at SoapNet, Deborah was in charge of the startup of MyHome.com and was employed by the William Morris Agency.
Although we don’t know what the future hold for these two daytime Honchos, Soaps.com wants to wish them the best on their new journeys in life!
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