Canadian-born Suzanne Lloyd moved to California to attend school and discovered acting instead. A chance meeting when she accompanied a friend to a reading for the play Stage Door led to Suzanne being cast in a two episode part for Zorro. The producer was so happy with her performance that he had her part expanded for four more episodes. She began to appear regularly on other TV shows, including a memorable performance as Maya the Catwoman (and her alter ego, Miss Thomas) on The Twilight Zone (1959).
In 1962, after a seventh appearance on Zorro, Suzanne married and moved to England with her husband, Buddy Bregman. There she worked on The Saint with Roger Moore, as well as other European TV and Film productions.
When she returned to the United States in 1974, Suzanne's principal focus was raising her children and being a full-time mother. Her daughter, Tracey E. Bregman, became an actress and has logged over 500 appearances on The Young And The Restless. Still remembered for her Twilight Zone portrayal of Catwoman in the Perchance To Dream episode, Suzanne is regularly invited to Twilight Zone Conventions all over the country.