Featured in anti-smoking 'Voicebox' ad, Debi Austin dies

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Deborah “Debi” Austin, a Californian who became a symbol of the anti-smoking movement for her powerful role in advocacy and education, died last week. She was 62. Austin, of Canoga Park, is perhaps best known for her role in a public-awareness television ad in the mid-1990s and later spots she filmed after being diagnosed with cancer of the larynx and receiving a laryngectomy. “They say nicotine isn’t addictive,” Austin says in one ad, taking a drag of her smoke. “How can they say that?” Her raspy voice, poised demeanor in the face of adversity, and dark hole in her throat are unforgettable. Tolong Share ya ^^
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Featured in anti-smoking 'Voicebox' ad, Debi Austin dies