Suzanne Somers

Suzanne Somers was born on October 16, 1946 at San Bruno, California, United States. Suzanne Somers net worth is $100 Million. Suzanne Somers is United States of America born Writer, Author, Singer, Actor, Businessperson. Suzanne Somers has been seen in movies American Graffiti, Seduced By Evil, Yesterday's Hero, Nothing Personal, Rusty: A Dog's Tale, Rich Men Single Women, Billy Jack Goes to Washington, Sky Heist, Totally Minnie, How to Live Forever, It Happened at Lakewood Manor, Exclusive, Happily Ever After, No Laughing Matter, Step by Step: TV Favori....

Facts of Suzanne Somers

Notice: Undefined offset: 1 in /var/www/ on line 74

Notice: Undefined offset: 2 in /var/www/ on line 74
Full NameSuzanne Somers
Net Worth$100 Million
Date Of Birth October 16, 1946
Age74 years 1 months
Place Of BirthSan Bruno, California, United States
Height5 ft 5 in (1.66 m)
ProfessionWriter, Author, Singer, Actor, Businessperson
EducationUniversity of San Francisco, Lone Mountain Campus, Capuchino High School
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseAlan Hamel (m. 1977), Bruce Somers (m. 1965–1968)
ChildrenBruce Somers Jr.
ParentsMarion Mahoney, Frank Mahoney
SiblingsMaureen Gilmartin, Daniel Mahoney
NicknamesSuzanne Marie Mahoney , Susane Somers , The Queen of the Jiggles , Suzanne Marie Somers , Somers, Suzanne
AwardsPeople's Choice Award for Favorite Actress in a New TV Series
NominationsGolden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lifestyle/Travel/Children’s Series Host
MoviesAmerican Graffiti, Seduced By Evil, Yesterday's Hero, Nothing Personal, Rusty: A Dog's Tale, Rich Men Single Women, Billy Jack Goes to Washington, Sky Heist, Totally Minnie, How to Live Forever, It Happened at Lakewood Manor, Exclusive, Happily Ever After, No Laughing Matter, Step by Step: TV Favori...
TV ShowsLotsa Luck, Three's Company, She's the Sheriff, Step by Step, Candid Camera, Dancing with the Stars, Hollywood Wives, The Suzanne Show, I Can't Believe I Wore That!
FacebookSuzanne Somers Facebook
TwitterSuzanne Somers Twitter
InstagramSuzanne Somers Instagram
IMDBSuzanne Somers IMDB

Quotes of Suzanne Somers

1I do good in the world - at least I try to. I speak on behalf of women, and I know I have made the lives of women happier as a result of teaching them what I nave learned relative to true health, rather than disease care.
2My goal in life is to become the person my dog thinks I am.

Quick Facts of Suzanne Somers

1$30,000 per episode
2$30,000 per 1/2 hour episode
3$1,360 .72
4Release of her book, "Suzanne Somers' Eat Great, Lose Weight". [1997]
5Closing her one woman show on Broadway entitled "The Blonde in the Thunderbird." [July 2005]
6Release of her book, "Knockout: Interviews with Doctors Who are Curing Cancer and How to Prevent Getting It in the First Place". [October 2009]
7Release of her book, "Breakthrough: 8 Steps to Wellness: Life-altering Secrets From Today's Cutting-edge Doctors". [2008]
8Release of her book, "Ageless: The Naked Truth about Bioidentical Hormones". [2006]
9Sells her Somersize products (such as pjs, clothes, shoes, kitchen appliances, diet and exercise videos and books, etc.) on The Home Shopping Network (HSN). [2003]
10Release of her book, "Suzanne Somers' Get Skinny on Fabulous Food". [1999]
11Release of her book, "The Sexy Years: Discover the Natural Hormone Connection: The Secret to Fabulous Sex, Great Health and Vitality, for Women and Men". [2004]
12Release of her autobiography, "Keeping Secrets". [1988]
13Currently starring in her one woman show on Broadway entitled "The Blonde in the Thunderbird" [July 2005]
14Release of her book, "After the Fall: How I Picked Myself Up, Dusted Myself Off and Started All Over Again". [1998]
15Has English and Irish ancestry.
16Somers' former Three's Company (1976) co-star, Joyce DeWitt, reunited with Somers on her online talk show, "Breaking Trough". It was the first time, that the former friends spoke to each other since Somers' firing from Three's Company (1976) in 1981, after she demanded a hefty pay raise.
17In 1970, she auditioned for Playboy's Playmate of the Month and got as far as a test series of photos taken in the Mexican jungle. She was fully nude except for a gold chain around her waist. Playboy decided not to use her at the time, but paid her $3,000 for the test. After she became a star on Three's Company (1976), Playboy published the entire series of photos and the handwritten Data Sheet that each potential Playmate fills out (in which she gives the year of her birth as 1947). At the time of its publication, she was a popular (and for her, lucrative) spokeswoman in a series of TV commercials for Ace Hardware. Following the publication of the pictures, Ace abruptly fired her, citing the contract's morals clause.
18According to Somers' second autobiography, when she signed to do Three's Company (1976) in the spring of 1977, she was to receive $2,750 per episode - it was (and is) standard practice for a beginner on a series to get "scale plus 10 percent", the 10 percent to go to her agent at the time, Jay Bernstein. Somers says she promised Bernstein *all* of the money if he would book her into every guest appearance he could find for her, which he did.
19In January 2007, her Malibu seafront home was burned to the ground.
20Mother-in-law of Caroline Somers.
21She was the fourth actress to be hired for the "Chrissy" role on Three's Company (1976). Actress Susanne Zenor played "Samantha", a Chrissy type in the first pilot. After being rewritten as "Chrissy Snow", ABC hired then fired Denise Galik, replacing her with Suze Lanier-Bramlett. After ABC reviewed the 2nd pilot, they dropped Lanier and hired Somers.
22Received a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7018 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California in January 24, 2003.
23Mother of Bruce Somers.
24Younger sister of Maureen Gilmartin and Daniel Mahoney.
25Daughter of Marion Mahoney and Frank Mahoney.
26Stepchildren (from Alan Hamel): Stephen Hamel and Leslie Hamel.
27Hired Jay Bernstein to manage her and do for her what he did for Farrah Fawcett.
28She and Joyce DeWitt did not speak for 30 years after leaving the show in 1981. Finally, in February 2012, they reunited after Suzanne invited Joyce to be a guest on her web series "Suzanne Somers: Breaking Through".
29Studied Marilyn Monroe's poses from her movies, and then copied them for media photos during her Three's Company (1976) days.
30Was arrested in 1970 for passing bad checks; the charges were dropped when she paid restitution.
31Was named Las Vegas' Female Entertainer of the Year in 1986.
32Appeared as a contestant on The Dating Game (1965) in 1973.
33She was also the brunette walking along the beach of the opening credits of the first three seasons of Three's Company (1976). She was wearing a wig.
34Announced on Larry King Live (1985) that she is battling breast cancer, and that she is undergoing homeopathic treatment against the will of her doctors. She also underwent liposuction in an effort to deal with the effects of the cancer. [March 2001]
35Initially, got the role of "Jill Munroe" in Charlie's Angels (1976), but lost it to Farrah Fawcett.
36Graduated from Capuchino High School. Was active in drama.
37At the beginning of the 1980-1981 season of Three's Company (1976), she asked for a raise from $30,000 an episode to $150,000 an episode (equivalent to $450,000 in 2014) and 10% ownership of the program. Those requests weren't met, and then boycotted the second and fourth shows of the season, claiming false excuses such as a broken rib. ABC forced her to finish out the remaining season on her contract, but decreased her character's role to 1 minute a week in taping. She was escorted by a security guard to a sound stage behind the set, where she filmed her few scenes, because she was no longer allowed on the set with John Ritter and Joyce DeWitt. Somers was then fired after her contract expired, and she sued ABC for $2 million, claiming her credibility in the business had been damaged. The suit was settled for about $30,000.
38Associated with the Thighmaster exercise device.
39While performing in Las Vegas, she had to paint one shoe red and the other black in order to learn the choreography of the dance numbers. She could not tell her right from her left because of her dyslexia. In 1990, founded the Suzanne Somers Institute for the Effects of Addictions on Families, in Palm Springs, California. In 1991, she won the Humanitarian Award from the National Council on Alcoholism.
40When she was age 16, she hit her father over the head with a tennis racket to stop his abuse during a drunken rage. He suffered a concussion, and did not speak to Suzanne for two years.

Filmography of Suzanne Somers

Notice: Undefined index: category in /var/www/ on line 221






Costume Department




Awards of Suzanne Somers




Begin typing your search term above and press enter to search. Press ESC to cancel.