Debbie Allen Honors Her Husband Norm by Sharing Photo with Their 3 Kids on Father's Day
Debbie Allen warmed the hearts of her followers after she shared a sweet post to celebrate her man during Father’s Day.
Since they got married over three decades ago, many fans have dubbed Debbie Allen and her husband, Norm Nixon, as #CoupleGoals.
Debbie Allen at Sunday Matinee Of "Turn Me Loose" - Red Carpet at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on October 15, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images
Debbie recently reminded her followers and fans of that title when she took to Instagram to dedicate a sweet post to her man in honor of this year’s Father's Day celebration.
Along with a snapshot of her and her family and kiss and heart emojis, the “Grey’s Anatomy” star penned a heart warming caption reminding Norm how much they love him.
The post, which has garnered thousands of likes and praise from her followers, comes nearly two months after Essence reported that Debbie and Norm celebrated their 36th wedding anniversary.
Debbie's appearance in "West Side Story," got her a Tony nomination and subsequently secured her a role in the 1980 film, “Fame,” as a dance instructor.
According to the outlet, the moment was commemorated with a throwback video that was shot during the couple’s all-white 32nd wedding anniversary party in 2016.
At that time, Essence revealed that the excited couple leased a yacht in the seaside community of Marina del Rey, California.
The event was attended by their family and superstar celebrities such as Wesley Snipes and members of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy.
It would be recalled that Debbie became a Hollywood sensation after she appeared in a Broadway rebirth of “West Side Story.”
Biography noted that Debbie's appearance in "West Side Story," got her a Tony nomination and subsequently secured her a role in the 1980 film, “Fame,” as a dance instructor. What followed was a hit TV spin-off that earned her three Emmy awards for her portrayal as a choreographer.
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