Deborah J. Greenberg, class of 1979

The daughter of a Fulbright Professor, Deborah J. Greenberg was born in Chicago, began travelling the world from a young age, and lived in Mexico and Italy. She attended the University of Chicago for one year and then transferred to Brown University where she was involved in theatre and dance, and majored in semiotics. After graduating in 1979, Greenberg lived in Providence for a year before moving to New York to pursue acting. While in New York she had a small part in “All My Children,” then went on to work in the public affairs department at the Guggenheim Museum. Soon thereafter, Greenberg worked on Wall Street and eventually left to raise her three children. At the time of this interview, Greenberg had been doing voiceover work for twelve years.

Interviews