In June 2007, Susan was stung by a bee close to her eye. Her injury required The Bold And The Beautiful to stop taping her scenes for three days.
Susan currently lives in Santa Barbera, California.
Susan received an Emmy nomination for her role in the mini series The Money Changers.
Susan made her television debut in the movie Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea.
Susan built a pizza oven in her home and has monthly pizza parties to entertain her friends.
Susan is a 100% Irish.
Susan is a fund-raiser for the California State Assembly.
Susan's hobbies include sailing, cooking, flying planes and travelling.
Susan has a daughter named Blaise.
Susan produced the TV opera A New Day in Eden.
Susan has directed numerous episodes of The Bold and Beautiful
Susan was discovered by TV producer Irwin Allen.
Susan is a licensed pilot.
Susan wanted to become an actress since she was a child.
Susan grew up in a brownstone on East 51st Street, in New York.
Susan attended Stephens College in Missouri where she earned a Bachelor's degree in theater. She later did graduate work in theater arts at Arizona State University.
Susan has been to Egypt, Russia and China.
Susan is a huge fan of tv show The X-Files.
Susan has two Labrador retrievers.
Susan received a prenomination for Lead Actress for the 2007 Daytime Emmys.
Susan has won four Daytime Emmy awards. They were in 1975, 2000, 2002, and 2003.
In 1975, Susan won a Golden Globe Award for most Outstanding Acting debut in the motion picture The Towering Inferno.
Susan: (on working with Jeanne Cooper from the Y&R) It was fun to have her come over to our show. All of a sudden, it opened up another whole vista, another whole idea for the show. So that was great.
Susan: (on one of her favorite scenes) I really loved the scene where Stephanie confronts Eric with the knowledge that she found out about the trust fund. I thought that was well-written.