In January 2007, the oceanfront home of Suzanne Somers was destroyed in a fast-moving fire that broke out close to the Pacific Coast Highway and quickly overran a strip of multimillion-dollar homes, burning four to the ground and damaging four others.
The book Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones, written by Suzanne, came out in 2006.
On September 11, 2003, Somers was informed of actor John Ritter's death by Ritter's widow, Amy Yasbeck
She began acting in small roles during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Due to his drinking problem, Suzanne's father was too inebriated to attend her high school graduation in June, 1964.
After being expelled from parochial school for having love notes in her locker, Suzanne went to Capuchino High School, where she performed in Guys and Dolls during her senior year.
Suzaane's father was an alcoholic who could become violent on occasion.
Suzanne was in the movie Rusty: A Dog's Tale: in 1998 did voice over.
Suzanne was in the movie Yesterday's Hero: in 1979.
Suzanne was in the movie Daddy's Gone A-Hunting: in 1969.
Suzanne was in the film No Laughing Matter in 1998.
Suzanne was in Love-Struck in 1997.
Suzanne was in the show Rich Men, Single Women in 1990.
Suzanne was in the movie Goodbye Charlie: 1985.
Suzanne was in Hollywood Wives a 1985 (miniseries).
Suzanne was in Happily Ever After in 1978.
Suzanne was in It Happened at Lakewood Manor in 1977.
Suzanne was on Sky Heist in 1975.
Suzanne was on Mantrap in 1971-1973.
Suzanne received a star on the "Hollywood Walk of Fame" in 2003.
Suzanne has one son, Bruce, and two step-children, Steven and Leslie.
After Suzanne left "Three's Company" she and co-star Joyce DeWitt did not speak for almost 20 years.
Suzanne was arrested in 1970 for passing bad checks. All of her charges were dropped when she paid them all back.
Suzanne was named the "Las Vegas' Female Entertainer of the Year" in 1986.
Suzanne was a contestant on the show "The Dating Game"in 1973.
Suzanne was up for the role of Jill in Charlie's Angels but Farrah Fawcett landed the role.
Suzanne did not speak to her father for two years after she hit him over the head with a tennis racket to stop his abuse.
Suzanne married Alan Hamel on November 11, 1977 and at 2008 are still presently married.
Suzanne married Bruce Somers on April 14, 1965 and they divorced in 1968 and had 1 child together.
Many refer to Suzanne as "The Queen of the Jiggles".
Suzanne was the writer of the TV show and book "Keeping Secrets" in 1991.
Suzanne sang the theme song for the "Jenny McCarthy Show" in 1997.
Suzanne was the executive producer for the TV series "The Suzanne Somers Show".
Suzanne was the host for TV's "VH1's 8-Track Flashback".
"Sally McCormick" was the character Suzanne played in the made for TV movie "Devil's Food".
Suzanne played the role of Clara Hagen in the make for TV movie "The Darklings" in 1999.
Suzanne is happy that she made up with John Ritter before his untimely passing.
Suzanne promoted the Thigh Master.
Suzanne sells products for the Home Shopping Network channel.
Suzanne starred in a night club act at the South Shore Music Circus.
Suzanne stands at 5' 6" or 1.68 m.
Suzanne Somers: My goal in life is to become the person my dog thinks I am.
Suzanne: I eat a lot. I eat three times a day and I snack.
Suzanne: I did trial and error on myself and it took two months. I eliminated all the sugars, obvious sugars, and I ate carbohydrates separate from protein.
Suzanne: I always knew how to cook and at one point in my career where I had done nine television pilots before Three's Company and they all failed, I just got discouraged.
Suzanne: I actually have never been to a gym. I haven't had time. I have been working for the last 25 years. I just don't have time to put on a little outfit and go to the gym and work out and clean up and come home.
Suzanne: Forgiveness is a gift you give yourself.
Suzanne: For years I have been going to the South of France to cool out.
Suzanne: Contrary to what everyone thinks, I am not a fanatic. I do work out when I'm not on the road, three times a week for 40 minutes.
Suzanne: Around age 40 I put on twenty pounds. I had always had a perfect metabolism. But, my metabolism betrayed me as it does most people, except a very rare few who will always be thin.
Suzanne: (after her home was burnt to the ground from a fire in January 2007) There's not a death in the family. We'll rebuild and I really think we'll learn something great from this. What else can you do with tragedy but look for the opportunity to grow? It was a beautiful house. It was a beautiful place to live.
Suzanne Somers: Everything about the weight loss books is very authentic. I did do them as a result of my gaining twenty pounds
Suzanne Somers: Before I gained weight, my son used to call me Mr. Ed. He said, "It's embarrassing Ma, you out-eat all my friends."