Producer Debbie Robins de La Bouillerie, known for her work on “Amanda” and “Calendar Girl,” died at the age of 58 in Los Angeles on Aug. 31.
Over her career, she held a position with Roland Joffe at Warner Bros.; worked with producers John McTiernan, Donna Dubrow and Penny Marshall; and worked for Disney’s Hollywood pictures. Her producing credits also include TV movies “The Right to Remain Silent,” “Challenger” and “Samaritan: The Mitch Snyder Story.”
De La Bouillerie was known for her writing, as well, particularly for self-help books “Where Peace Lives” and “Shovel It: Kick-Ass Advice to Turn Life’s Crap into the Peace and Happiness You Deserve.” She was also a contributor to the Huffington Post.
She is survived by husband Hubert and stepchildren Alexandre and Jacqueline de La Bouillerie.