Susan Anspach - Famous Actor

Susan Anspach Net Worth


Susan Anspach is a famous American actress with a net worth of $1 million. She appeared in many shows on and off-Broadway and starred in several movies including Five Easy Pieces, Running, and The Big Fix.

Anspach won 3rd place for the Golden Laurel at the 1971 Laurel Awards for Star of Tomorrow, Female for Five Easy Pieces and was also nominated for a Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actress for Running at the Genie Awards in 198.

Key facts:

The key facts about Susan Anspach based on the given context are:
  • Susan Anspach was an American actress who started her career on and off-Broadway.
  • She played the female lead in the musical Hair and starred in numerous TV shows including The Doctors and the Nurses, The Defenders and The Patty Duke Show.
  • Anspach acted in several well-known movies, including Five Easy Pieces, Play It Again, Sam, and The Devil and Max Devlin.
  • She won the third prize at the 1971 Laurel Awards for Star of Tomorrow, Female for Five Easy Pieces.
  • Anspach was nominated for a Genie Award for Best Performance by a Foreign Actress for Running at the 198 Genie.

Basic Information About Susan Anspach

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
Net worth$1,000,000
Date of birth1942-11-23 (81 years old)
Place of birthNew York City
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseSherwood Ball - (May 1983 - 1988)Β (divorced)
Mark Goddard - (20 JuneΒ 1970 - 26 OctoberΒ 1978)Β (divorced)Β (2 children)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

What Movie Awards did Susan Anspach win?


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Susan Anspach roles

Movie / Series Role
Five Easy PiecesCatherine Van Oost
The HitchhikerClaudia Reynolds 1 episode, 1986
Murder, She WroteLois Fricksey 1 episode, 1989
The NursesHarriet Ravensel / ... 2 episodes, 1964-1965

Interesting Facts about Susan Anspach

  1. Claims the father of her son, Caleb Goddard, is Jack Nicholson, but he has not made any public statements about this. [1970]
  2. Has a daughter (Catherine M. Curry) with Steve Curry. [1968]
  3. Has given acting classes to animation artists at Dreamworks in 1996. The training was intended to improve the realistic acting style of The Prince of Egypt (1998), the studio's first animated feature.
  4. Received a full scholarship to the Catholic University of America in Washington, where she studied music and drama.
  5. Made her professional debut in Thornton Wilder's one-act play "Pullman Car Hiawatha" at a summer theater in Maryland. First appeared on the New York stage in 1965 in an Off-Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's "A View From the Bridge" with Robert Duvall and Jon Voight.
  6. Her paternal grandfather was of German Jewish descent. The rest of her ancestry was Irish and English.
  7. Born to Renald Anspach Jr. (1918-1975), a WWII veteran and later a factory worker, and his wife Gertrude "Trudy" Kehoe (1923-1996), a secretary and singer. The couple met at the 1939 New York World's Fair.
  8. Ex-daughter-in-law of Ernie Ball.
  9. Ex-sister-in-law of David Ball, Sterling Ball, Nova Ball and Alan Campbell.
  10. Was originally cast in the role of country singer Barbara Jean in Nashville (1975), but her salary requirements exceeded the ensemble film's budget; she was replaced by Ronee Blakley.
  11. Susan was raised by her great-aunt until she was 6, when her aunt died. She subsequently went back to live with her parents, but because of neglect and physical abuse, moved out at age 15 and stayed with a family in Harlem until she finished high school.
  12. At one time, was dating rock musician Robbie Robertson of The Band.
  13. Three grandchildren.
  14. As a child she lived at 39-25 65th Street in Woodside, Queens, New York.
  15. Grduated from William Cullen Bryant High School (Queens, New York) in 1960.

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