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Suzanne Pleshette

Suzanne Pleshette, American actress.

Background

  • Pleshette, Suzanne was born on January 31, 1937 in New York City. Daughter of Eugene Pleshette and Gloria (Kaplan) Eugene.

  • Education

    • Student, School Performing Arts. Student, Syracuse University. Student, Finch College.

      Student, Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre.

    Career

    • Founder, principal The Bedside Manor (later division of J.P. Stevens).

    Works

    • Apollo and the Battle of the Birds (Heroes in Training)
    • When a flock of angry birds threaten Zeus and his fellow Olympians, they need the help of a new friend—assuming the stranger is actually a friend! After a horrible drought, Zeus and his fellow Olympians are determined to help restore the land as they try to figure out their current mission, to find a special shield called an aegis.
    • Apollo and the Battle of the Birds (Heroes in Training)
    • When a flock of angry birds threaten Zeus and his fellow Olympians, they need the help of a new friend—assuming the stranger is actually a friend! After a horrible drought, Zeus and his fellow Olympians are determined to help restore the land as they try to figure out their current mission, to find a special shield called an aegis.
    • Theatre debut in Truckline Cafe. Star in Broadway productions Compulsion, The Cold Wind and the Warm, The Golden Fleecing, 1959, The Miracle Worker, 1961, Special Occasions, 1982. Actress (television series) Bob Newhart Show, 1972-1978, Suzanne Pleshette is Maggie Briggs, 1984, Bridges to Cross, 1986-1987, Nightingales, 1988-1989, The Boys Are Back, 1994-1995, The Single Guy, 1996-1997, Good Morning, Miami, 2002-2003.

      (television appearances) Harbourmaster, 1957, Decoy, 1958, Have Gun, Will Travel, 1959, The Third Man, 1959, Playhouse 90, 1959, Alcoa Presents: One Step Beyong, 1959, Black Saddle, 1959, Sunday Showcase, 1959, Adventures in Paradise, 1959, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, 1960, Play of the Week, 1960, Riverboat, 1960, Naked City, 1960, The Islanders, 1960, Hong Kong, 1961, The Tab Hunter Show, 1961, Target: The Corrupters, 1961, General Electric Theater, 1958, 1961, Route 66, 1960, 1961, Ben Casey, 1962, The Dick Powell Show, 1962, Alcoa Premiere, 1962, Wagon Train, 1963, Channing, 1963, Doctor Kildare, 1961, 1962, 1964, The Wild Wild West, 1965, The Fugitive, 1964, 1965, Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre, 1963, 1966, Run for Your Life, 1967, Cimarron Strip, 1967, The Invaders, 1967, 1968, It Takes a Thief, 1968, Love, American Style, 1970, Gunsmoke, 1970, Marcus Welby, Doctor of Medicine 1970, The Courtship of Eddie's Father, 1970, The Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1966, 1968, 1970, The Name of the Game, 1969, 1970, 1971, Medical Center, 1971, Ironside, 1971, Bonanza, 1972, Newhart, 1990, Will & Grace, 2001, 2004, 8 Simple Rules. For Dating My Teenage Daughter, 2004. (films) The Geisha Boy, 1958, Rome Adventure, 1962, Forty Pounds of Trouble, 1962, The Birds, 1963, Wall of Noise, 1963, A Distant Trumpet, 1964, Fate Is the Hunter, 1964, Youngblood Hawke, 1964, Rage to Live, 1965, The Ugly Dachschund, 1966, Nevada Smith, 1966, Mr.

      Buddwing, 1966, The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin, 1967, Blackbeard's Ghost, 1968, The Power, 1968, If It's Tuesday This Must Be Belgium, 1969, Suppose They Gave a War and Nobody Came?, 1970, Support Your Local Gunfighter, 1971, The Shaggy D.A., 1976, Hot Stuff, 1979, Oh God! Book II, 1980, (voice only) Lion King II Simba's Pride, 1998, Spirited Away, 2001. (television movies) Summer of Decision, 1959, Wings of Fire, 1967, Flesh and Blood, 1968, Along Came a Spider, 1970, Hunters Are for Killing, 1970, River of Gold, 1971, In Broad Daylight, 1971, Columbo: Dead Weight, 1971, The Legend of Valentino, 1975, Law and Order, 1976, Richie Brockelman: The Missing 24 Hours, 1976, Kate Bliss and the Ticker Tape Kid, 1978, Flesh and Blood, 1979, If Things Were Different, 1980, Starmaker, 1981, Help Wanted: Male, 1982, Fantasies, 1982, Dixie Changing Habits, 1983, One Cooks, The Other Doesn't, 1983, For Love or Money, 1984, Bridges to Cross, 1985, Kojak: The Belarus File, 1985, A Stranger Waits, 1987, Alone in the Neon Jungle, 1988, Nightingales, 1989, Leona Helmsley: The Queen of Mean, 1991, Battling for Baby, 1992, A Twist of the Knife, 1993.

    Connections

    • Married Donahue, January 4, 1964. Married Thomas Joseph Gallagher III, March 16, 1968. Married Tom Poston, May 11, 2001.

      Stepchildren: Francesca, Jason.
    Suzanne Pleshette
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    Born January 31, 1937
    Died January 19, 2008
    (aged 70)