Debra Messing
Debra Messing's knowledge of jewelry began as child -- her father worked in jewelry manufacturing. Her jewelry style is marked by bold designs, statement pieces and a love for color. Through her exquisite accessory choices, she communicates that jewelry is wearable art and introduces the public to independent designers, acknowledging them freely.

As an actress, Debra Messing is best known for her role on NBC’s Emmy® Award-winning and Golden Globe®-nominated comedy series Will & Grace. Messing is currently starring in the hit show’s revival with the entire original creative team.

Her other recent television performances include ABC’s 2017 remake of Dirty Dancing, as Marjorie Houseman; the NBC series The Mysteries of Laura; and NBC’s Smash, a musical drama about the creation of a new Broadway show.

In 2014, Messing made her Broadway debut in the Tony Award®-nominated production of John Patrick Shanley’s Outside Mullingar. Other theater credits include Donald Marguiles’ Pulitzer Prize finalist Collected Stories, and Paul Rudnick's Off-Broadway play The Naked Truth.

Messing’s film work includes the box office hit Along Came Polly, The Wedding Date, The Women, Nothing Like The Holidays, The Mothman Prophecies and Woody Allen’s Hollywood Ending. Messing won a Best Featured Actress Award for her work in the 2015 indie drama Like Sunday Like Rain.

Messing is the Global Health Ambassador for Population Services International (PSI) focusing on HIV/AIDS. She has traveled extensively in Africa in this role and in 2010 testified before the House Foreign Affairs sub-committee on Africa and Global Health. She was also a key speaker at the 2012 AIDS conference in Washington, D.C. Other charities Messing supports include: HRC (Human Rights Campaign), Everytown for Gun Safety, and Joyful Heart Foundation. She was honored with The Trevor Life Award for her contributions to the LGBT community.

Messing attended Brandeis University and received her MFA from New York University. She resides in New York.