Suzanne admits to being an academic at heart.
In the world premiere of the play Collected Stories in October 1996, Suzanne Cryer starred as Lisa. Her role was later portrayed by Debra Messing in the play's New York premiere at Manhattan Theatre on May 1997, a few weeks after they both appeared in the "Yada Yada" episode of Seinfeld.
Suzanne is of Caucasian ethnicity.
In 1998, Suzanne appeared in the Academy Award-winning independent comedy short film My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York.
When she was in fourth grade, Suzanne performed in the community theater and performed regularly in the dinner theater circuit during her late teens.
Suzanne was in a pictorial for Playboy on November 1999 in an article called "Sex In Cinema 1999."
Suzanne graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Literature from Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut in 1988.
Suzanne loves to write poetry. Her other hobbies include horseback riding, swimming, cooking, and tennis.
Suzanne's theatrical credits include Collected Stories, Proposals, Ballet of the Beast, Arcadia, The Rivals, Don Juan, Twelfth Night, As You Like It, Richard III, A Flea in Her Ear, and Annie Get Your Gun. She also played Emily Christopher Shinn's play What Didn't Happen in New York.
Suzanne was well-known to be the woman who introduced the phrase "yada yada" in the lingo of Seinfeld from one of its episodes in 1997.
In 2007, Suzanne appeared in Ursula Burton's comedy The Happiest Day of His Life as Cynthia.
Suzanne is five feet and eight inches tall.