Susan Gibney is a graduate of Buffalo State College (Buffalo, NY), having majored in theater. Further, according to the press kit for the film "Besotted," she received an M.F.A. from the Yale School of Drama.
Susan's stage credits include:
* performing Off-Broadway in her own one-woman show, Noble Rot.
* playing Susan in Kelly Stuart's play, "Mayhem," at the Ojai Playwrights Conference, July 27, 2002.
* performing in Brian Cousins' play, "And Still the Dogs," at The Lillian Theater of Los Angeles, March 7, 2002 - April 14, 2002.
* playing Flora Crewe, the lead female in the Tom Stoppard play, "Indian Ink," American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, February 24, 1999 - March 21, 1999.
* playing Mary Stuart, the lead in the Friedrich Schiller play, "Mary Stuart," at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, spring of 1998.
* performing as Marion in the Maria Irene Fornes play "Abingdon Square," at the Studio Arena Theatre in Buffalo, New York.
* playing Dr. Bamberger/Alexandra in "Fallen Angel," at Circle in the Square Downtown, Greenwich Village, 1994.
* playing Dorine in Molière's "Tartuffe," at Hartford Stage in Hartford, Connecticut, 1992.
* performing in the Henrik Ibsen play, "Little Eyolf," at New Haven in 1985, as The Rat Wife.
In addition to her work in movies, television, and on stage, Susan Gibney has done voice work, including reading the Jayne Krentz novel, Grand Passion, on a Simon & Schuster audio cassette.
Susan was nominated for a CableACE Award in 1997, for her portrayal of Liz in the Showtime series, "Bedtime."