Susan returned to the soap opera One Life to Live in June of 2008.
Susan can play both the piano and the flute.
Susan's favorite talk show host is Oprah Winfrey.
Susan is a big fan of artist Christopher Estridge.
Susan was nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Younger Leading Actress in 1994.
Susan originally wanted to go to medical school after college.
Susan enjoys running, skiing and golf.
Susan has served as the National Chairwoman for "I Am Worth It-Campaign for Women in Shelter".
Susan won a Daytime Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in 1994 for her portrayal of Marty Saybrooke in One Life to Live.
Susan has appeared in national commercials for Oil of Olay and Burger King.
Susan studied ballet at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto for six years.
Susan is fluent in French.
After college, Susan decided to pursue acting at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Susan graduated from Tufts University with a Bachelor of Science degree in biopsychology.
Susan is 5'8".
Susan has a brother named Roger and a sister named Carolyn.
Susan has two daughters with former co-star, Thorsten Kaye. McKenna Kaye was born in February of 2003. Marlowe Marann Kaye was born in January of 2007.
Susan: (On returning to OLTL) Not to get conry, but it just feels like home. But it feels good. It feels really good.
Susan: In eighth grade, we had to take apart a cow's eye and I was the only girl who would pick it up! I was always fascinated with how the human body worked. I thought it was interesting to find out how that little lump could see!
Susan: When I was modeling, lots of people just assumed that I was stupid. People have certain stereotypes. It's a fact of life. But once I realized what those stereotypes were about, it didn't bother me. It just comes with the territory.