Débora de Sola Habsburg is Ivy-league educated, (Bryn Mawr College, BA). She also has an MBA in International Finance from AGSB in Switzerland.
She studied “Meisner” at the William Esper Studio, and “Method Acting” at the Strasberg Theatre Institute in NYC. She has also trained in improvisation with Charna Halpern from I.O. Chicago and Rasaboxes technique with Fernando Calzadilla at the MTC in Miami.
Growing up in a country at war, to living and assimilating into seven different countries with distinct cultures, marrying her high-school sweetheart and becoming part of a historic royal family, her journey has been truly remarkable.
Her experiences include rescuing wild animals, managing her own restaurant, working at a bank, doing social work for the under-privileged, developing a line of artisanal products and running a small farm. Debora enjoys riding horses, skateboarding and biking with her children. She is an avid tennis player and a student of capoeira.
She loves nature, culture and adventures and has participated in off-road documentary filming expeditions. Débora can drive large vehicles and motorbikes and has some knowledge of flying small aircrafts.
Her wide range of skills, linguistic abilities and rich life experiences make her a truly versatile actress. She has played: Nurse, FBI Agent, Judge, Paraplegic, Manager, Mother, Cancer-survivor, Wife, Divorcee, Lover and Friend.
Débora recently wrote a pilot for TV and two original plays. She co-produced the short movie, “Freddie of Wynwood” which competed at the Miami Film Festival. Currently she is working on the production of an Independent Feature film.
She is based between Miami and New York and has representation in both cities.