Sep. 30th, 1959
Lucas Valley, California, USA
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Farentino was born Deborah Mullowney in Lucas Valley, California. She attended Miller Creek Junior High School, and Terra Linda High School in San Rafael, California. She attended San Jose State before transferring to UCLA and was a model for Ford before becoming an actress.
Farentino has been an actress since 1982 when she appeared in the TV series Capitol and has appeared in numerous movies and TV shows, including Hooperman (1987-1989) and Son of the Pink Panther (1993). She has guest starred in several series including NYPD Blue (1994), the revival of The Outer Limits (1996), JAG (2002), and CSI: Miami (2003). Perhaps her most famous role was as Devon Adair in NBC's short lived SciFi series Earth 2. Her most recent roles include as Isabelle Matia-Paris in the ABC series Wildfire and Beverly Barlowe in the Syfy Channel series Eureka.
- Former 'Ford' model.
- Named One of The 50 Most Beautiful People in the World by People Magazine (1995).
- Father was a stock broker for Dean-Whitter.
- Two daughters Molly born in 1992, and Sophie born in 1995.
- Children: Molly (born 1992), Sophie (1995).
- Has two sisters and a brother.
- First met former husband James Farentino when he was her acting teacher. They were both married at the time and didn't start dating until a mutual friend introduced them more than a year later.
- Educated at University of California (UCLA).