Debre matriculated in 2005 at Marais Viljoen High School, and then went to study at the University of Pretoria where she received her degree in Drama. She then went to the University of Stellenbosch where she did her Honors Degree in Cabaret. During her studies she sang in various choirs and was also part of the TUKS Camerata. Debre performed in productions such as Cabaret, Amadeus, McBeth, Assylum the Musical and Haweloos n Musiekblyspel. She was also part of the production team of an Urban Brew production, Die Foon, where she worked in the Art Department. In 2010 she performed in an educational roadshow for Dettol as well as Productions 2000. Debre did some backing vocals for Danie Niehaus's new CD, with Janus Musiek Productions. She continuously writes and directs her own cabaret shows and did a one-women show called, Short Stories on a Paperback Theme, that played at the Aan de Braak theatre in Stellenbosch. In 2011 Debre was part of the Liewe Heksie musical and also the first Oppiwater Kunstefees. She does not only perform and in 2015 she started working as a production manager for KykNET's live breakfast programme, Dagbreek. She also appeared as a lady of the night on Swartwater. In 2014 she recorded "Die Ploeters kom aarde toe" for the RSG festival and has also lent her voice to other voice overs. She is currently part of an exciting pop group called Cortina. She is also a songwriter and one of her own was the title song for Drukkersbloed, a film for the Silwerskerm Short Film Festival, where she sang and performed the song herself. Debré is also part of a new comedy series called “Koelpixels”. She has her own puppet theatre, scheduled to be touring in 2016. She is also a business woman and a co-partner in the company called PaperJ. She is currently busy with a dramatic play, showing at the Woordfees this year.