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List of Coronation Street characters (1984)

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List of Coronation Street characters (1984)

Bill Webster

Debbie Webster

Debbie Webster
Coronation Street character
Portrayed by Sue Devaney
Duration 1984-85
First appearance 11 June 1984
Last appearance 9 January 1985
Introduced by Mervyn Watson
Classification Former; regular
Occupation Cafe employee
Home Southampton

Debbie Webster, played by Sue Devaney, is the daughter of Bill Webster, and younger sister of Kevin Webster. She made her first on screen appearance on 11 June 1984.

After leaving school with no qualifications, Debbie works in Jim's Cafe. She dates biker Daz Isherwood much to her father's consternation. In January 1985, Debbie leaves Weatherfield and moves down to Southampton with Bill and his new wife, Elaine. Off screen, Debbie trained as a hairdresser.

In 2001, Kevin disappears in the run up to his then estranged wife Sally's wedding to Danny Hargreaves, and was discovered to have been staying with Debbie at her home in Southampton.

Debbie was mentioned again in December 2009 when Kevin and Bill discuss Sally, now married to Kevin again, suffering from breast cancer, the same disease that killed their mother Alison and how it affected them both as children.

The following year, after his daughter Sophie ran away from home with her lesbian lover Sian Powers, Kevin telephoned Debbie and asked her if Sophie had been in touch with her.

In September 2011, Debbie telephones her niece Rosie and informs her that she has bought a villa in Turkey and invites Kevin to visit her and bring his baby son Jack with him.

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