Suzanne Pleshette (Performer) | Playbill

Suzanne Pleshette


Suzanne Pleshette was born Jan. 31, 1937, in Brooklyn Heights, to Eugene and Gloria Pleshette. Her father managed the Paramount and Brooklyn Paramount theaters, and her mother was a former dancer. She claimed to have possessed her trademark husky voice as early as the age of four; callers would mistake her for her father when she answered the phone. She aimed toward a career in the arts early on, attending the New York High School of Performing Arts, then Syracuse University and Finch College, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. She took acting lessons at Stanford Meisner's Acting School.

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  • Born: Jan 31, 1937 in New York, NY, USA
  • Death: Jan 19, 2008 in Los Angeles, California

Roles (7)

Special Occasions Playbill - Feb 1982 Special Occasions
Opened February 07, 1982
  • as Amy Ruskin (Original)
The 28th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Apr 21, 1974 The 28th Annual Tony Awards - 1974
Opened April 21, 1974
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
The Miracle Worker Playbill - Dec 1959 The Miracle Worker
Opened October 19, 1959
  • as Annie Sullivan (Replacement)
Golden Fleecing Playbill - Oct 1959 Golden Fleecing
Opened October 15, 1959
  • as Julie (Original)
The Cold Wind and the Warm Playbill - Dec 1958 The Cold Wind and the Warm
Opened December 08, 1958
  • as Leah (Original)
Compulsion Playbill - Nov 18, 1957 Compulsion
Opened October 24, 1957
  • as Fourth Girl (Original)
  • as Ruth Goldenberg (Replacement)

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