Debbie Timus: Known Facts About Michael Buble’s Ex-Girlfriend

Debbie Timus: Known Facts About Michael Buble's Ex-Girlfriend

Who is Debbie Timus?

Debbie Timus is a Canadian actress and singer born in Vancouver, Canada, on September 14, 1976. She is well known for appearing in famous movies such as The Fantastic Four, Fringe, and She’s the Man. Debbie Timus is also renowned for having been in a romantic relationship with Canadian singer and songwriter Micheal Steven Buble.

Debbie was one the fiancée and girlfriend of Michael Buble for a long time and dated from 1996 to 2005, but that relationship stopped before they could get married. She has previously performed with him in the musicals Dean Regan’s Forever Swing (1998) and Red Rock Diner (1996).

Regarding the children of Debbie, there is no news of her having one. Sources say she is single and has been since things ended with her former fiancé Michael Buble.

Debbie Timus has starred in numerous movies

As discussed earlier, Debbie Timus is an actress who debuted on-screen as Nancy in the television film Bye Bye Birdie 1995. After that, she appeared in a few TV shows, including A Town Called Eureka (2011) as an officer, Psych (2008) as Bianca, and Wolf Lake (2002) as Anita.

She also made contributions to the popular movie Fantastic Four: a film about four individuals who developed superpowers as a result of being exposed to cosmic rays during a scientific space mission: Mister Fantastic (Reed Richards), the group’s leader and a scientific genius who can stretch his body into incredible lengths and shapes; the Invisible Woman (Susan “Sue” Storm-Richards), Reed’s girlfriend and later wife, who can project powerful invisible force fields and blasts; the Human Torch (Johnny Storm), Sue’s younger brother who can create flames, surround himself with them, and fly; and the monstrous Thing (Ben Grimm), their kindly but grumpy friend, a former college football star who was Reed’s roommate and a skilled pilot.

Her other two television credits are as a dancer in Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical (2005) and Marie-Claire in The Swinging Nutcracker (2001). Debbie appeared in the comedy-romance film She’s the Man in a brief appearance as a cheerleader. Debbie Timus’s work as a visual artist can be seen in several videos, including Barbie: The Princess & the Popstar (2012), Barbie Presents Thumbelina (2009), Barbie and the Three Musketeers (2008), and Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses (2006).

Michael Buble: Debbie Timus’ Ex-boyfriend

Debbie Timus was once engaged to Canadian singer-songwriter Michael Steven Bublé, born on September 9, 1975. He is frequently acknowledged for having contributed to the resurgence of popular standards and the Great American Songbook, both of which were born in Burnaby, British Columbia.

Along with his family, Bublé resides in Burnaby, British Columbia. He formerly lived in London’s Croydon neighbourhood. He is a dual citizen of Canada and Italy. He has been a devoted hockey enthusiast since he was a little boy and is well-known for being a Vancouver Canucks fan. 

He has co-owned the Vancouver Giants since December 2008. As per the terms of his contract with performance producers in every location, Bublé demands to have “one local team hockey puck” in his changing area. At a benefit performance held at Lakeside Secondary School on February 12, 2009, he promised to donate $50,000 to the victims of the Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, Australia. He gave his caregiver his refurbished late grandfather’s Vancouver mansion in 2019.

Debbie Timus’s ex-fiancé, Michael Bublé, has dated several famous women. Actress Debbie Timuss, with whom he co-wrote his self-titled record and starred in musicals, was his former fiancée. After their 2005 engagement ended, Bublé was inspired to create the song “Lost.”

Bublé started dating English actress Emily Blunt in 2005 when they crossed paths at an awards ceremony. Blunt composed “Everything” just for Bublé and sang backup vocals on a few of her tracks. But in 2008, their romance came to an end.

Following that, Bublé began dating Luisana Lopilato, an actress from Argentina. 2009 saw their engagement, and 2011 saw their marriage. Written “Haven’t Met You Yet” as a smash song for Lopilato, Bublé also starred in the music video. The oldest son of the couple’s four children was given a hepatoblastoma diagnosis in 2016. Fortunately, Bublé’s kid has recovered totally from his illness, and he no longer has to travel to be with him during therapy.