Susan Sullivan’s net worth is about $5 million.
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Susan Sullivan is a 75-year-old veteran actress of American nationality and white ethnicity who was born in New York City, New York, USA as Susan Michaela Sullivan. She has a long list of credits, including prime-time and daytime shows.
She received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Susan is active on social media and has a large fan following of 16.7K on Twitter, demonstrating her popularity. She is well-known for her Falcon Crest and Castle. She is currently working on a post-production project called “A Concert Across America.”
What is the net worth of Susan Sullivan?
Susan Sullivan has a net worth of more than $5 million, which she obtained through her Tylenol product endorsement, advertisements, and her job.
Her albums such as A Perfect Stranger, My Best Friend’s Wedding, The Lunchbox Chronicles, and The Amazing Westermans also bring in money for her.
Susan Sullivan: Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education
Susan Michaela Sullivan was born on November 18, 1942, in New York City, New York, USA, to Helen (nee: Rockett) and Brandan Sullivan, an advertising executive.
Susan Sullivan has two siblings: Brendan Sullivan, a methadone counselor in New York City, and Brigid Sullivan, an executive at WBGH-TV in Boston.
She grew up in the city of Long Island Village in Freeport, Nassau County, New York, and graduated from Hofstra University in 1964 with a BA in drama.
In 1960, he graduated from Freeport High School in Freeport, Nassau County, New York. She lives in Los Angeles, California, and owns a mansion where she lives with her boyfriend.
Susan Sullivan: Professional Career
Susan Sullivan worked at the National Repertory Theatre in Washington D.C. and appeared to be destined for the stage before landing her first role in the 1960s, opposite Dustin Hoffman in the Broadway play Jimmy Shine.
In 1969, she signed a contract with Universal Studios to appear as a guest star in various series, including daytime dramas.
Susan is a gifted and intelligent actress who has dazzled audiences with a variety of roles ranging from comedy to drama.
Her naturally blonde hair, blue eyes, and husky resonant voice set her apart.
Susan also played Lenore Moore Curtin in the daytime soap opera Another World for five years, from 1971 to 1976, taking over from Judith Barcroft, after beginning her career with a role in A World Apart in 1970.
While growing up, she worked as a Playboy Bunny in the Manhattan Play Boy Club, where she recited Shakespeare while serving drinks and had no problem with it.
“I had been a waitress before, and I felt I would rather show my legs and make sixty dollars a night than twenty,” Susan explained.
She began her career in TV movies with her debut in The Winter’s Tale in 1967 as Perdita, and she also appeared as April Morrison in The Best of Everything in 1970 as a series regular.
She played Joanna Courtney in the episode No Hiding Place of Medical Center and has since appeared in a slew of blockbuster films and television shows.
Susan starred as Kitty Montgomery in the ABC sitcom Dharma & Greg (1997-2002) and as Martha Rodgers in the Castle (2009-2016).
As of 2016, she was the only actress to have appeared in three long-running prime-time shows, nearly all of them on NBC, with the exception of one on ABC.
She has known David Selby since 1973; David played Richard Channing on Falcon Crest (1981), and Jane Wyman is her favorite acting mentor and best friend.
Susan Sullivan: Relationship Status
Susan Sullivan appears to be single even at the age of 75. Isn’t that fascinating? She has been dating author and psychologist Connell Cowan since 1989, but the couple is still not married, despite the fact that she dated Cary Grant when she was 23.
Dana Sparks, her Falcon Crest co-star, introduced her to her long-term partner.
Susan appears to prefer it this way. In an interview with Broadway in 2008, she stated that their commitment is a matter of the heart rather than the head and that their connection does not need to be written down.
Susan Sullivan has no children; in an interview with People in 1999, she stated that having children is not on her agenda. In her own words:
“I’m like the woman in the cartoon who has a bubble over her head and is thinking, ‘Oh, my God, I forgot to have children!'”