NYU trained, Suzan landed her first Actors Equity show, “Let My People Come”, at The Village Gate right after graduation. She then went on to become ‘Bubbly Brown White Girl’ in “Bubbling Brown Sugar”, playing a young Sophie Tucker at The Shubert Theatre on Broadway and with the National Touring Company.
Upon moving to Los Angeles, Suzan sang song demos for composers (including her own original songs) and as a back-up singer for Al Wilson of Show and Tell fame and Brian Wilson’s first solo album, “Brian Wilson”. Afterward, she traveled to the Middle East to perform at the Inter-Continental Hotel in Oman and Dubai with her classic soul, top forty dance, jazz and blues band “The Blue Class Soul Band”.
Recent Theatre accomplishments include the West Coast Premiere of “See What I Wanna See” at The Blank Theatre, as well as the 2020 LA Broadway World nominated “Seperate Tables”, directed by Jules Aaron at Theatre 40 in Beverly Hills. Suzan originated the role of Jenny’s Mom in “Internet Dating, The Musical”, and played the cantankerous, crazy Jeanette in Theatre 7’s production of “The Full Monty”, at Theatre/Theater in Los Angeles. One of Suzan’s favorite roles includes playing the role of Janis Joplin in “Heaven Rocks” at the Sun Studios in Palm Springs, CA.
Suzan’s latest TV performances include the role of Mama in the highly anticipated Web Series, “Cory And The Wongnotes” and as real life killer, Virginia Ann Hyatt, in ID Channel’s “Murder Loves Company”.
Suzan is a proud member of AEA and SAG/AFTRA.
Broadway: Let My People Come; Bubbling Brown Sugar (National Tour). Theatre: Heaven Rocks, Separate Tables, Pillars of New York, See What I Wanna See, The Full Monty, Fiddler On The Roof. TV: “Cory and the Wongnotes”, “Murder Loves Company”, “The Middle”, “Telepathetic”, “Raising The Bar”, “Married With Children”, “Pushing Daisies”. Film: “Saturday Night Fever”, “School Daze”, “Impact”, “Tarot”, “Composure” and “The Sac Fly”.