About Susan Flannery
Susan Flannery is a popular actress, who has appeared in many TV soap operas. These appearances not only made her name recognized internationally, but also increased the total amount of Susan Flannery net worth, which has been estimated to be as high as 6 million dollars. Currently, she is retired from her career as an actress.
In 1987, she was chosen for one of her most known roles, that being as Stephanie Forrester, which she portrayed in the soap opera called “The Bold and the Beautiful”. There, she was appearing until 2012. In 1966, Susan Flannery was chosen to play the part of Dr. Laura Spencer Horton in the soap opera called “Days of Our Lives”, where she was appearing until 1975. Thus, both of these productions have also increased the overall estimate of Susan Flannery net worth.
The actress was born in 1939 in Jersey City, New Jersey. She was studying in Manhattan. Susan Flannery has an adopted child named Blaise. In 1966, the actress was chosen for one of her most recognized roles, that being as Dr. Laura Spencer Horton in the soap opera called “Days of Our Lives”, where she was appearing until 1975.
In this production, she was working with writer William J. Bell. In 1987, he chose Susan Flannery to appear in his soap opera called “The Bold and the Beautiful”. In addition to her first TV appearances, Susan Flannery appeared in some feature films. In 1974, she appeared in “The Towering Inferno” and two years later, she had a role in “The Gumball Rally”. Thus, these first appearances have also increased the total sum of Susan Flannery net worth.
Then, she joined the fourth season of the series called “Dallas”, in which she was appearing in the period of 1980-1981. In these series, Susan Flannery played the part of Leslie Stewart. Moreover, she appeared in “The Moneychangers”, where she had a role next to Kirk Douglas. In 1987, the actress became more known internationally when she got the role of Stephanie Douglas Forrester to portray in the mentioned soap opera called “The Bold and the Beautiful”, in which she was appearing until 2012. In addition to appearing in this show, she directed some episodes of it. In fact, Susan Flannery got a nomination for a Directors Guild of America Award. She was appearing on the show for 25 years, and thus, it has also increased the current sum of Susan Flannery net worth.
In 2004, she appeared as a guest in a couple of episodes of the ABC sitcom called “Hope and Faith”. She was chosen to be a special guest on the show called “Good News Week”. In 2006, Susan Flannery had another guest appearance on the hit show called “Wheel of Fortune” with Peter Bergman and Deidre Hall. In 2008, she continued her career as a director when she worked as such on the TV show called “Guiding Light”. In 2010, her name appeared in the top of the list of the Top 50 Soap Actresses of All Time compiled by the internet blog We Love Soaps.