How rich is Suzanne Somers?
Suzanne Somers Net Worth:
|Birth date:||October 16, 1946|
|Birth place:||San Bruno, California, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 5 in (1.66 m)|
|Profession:||Writer, Author, Singer, Actor, Businessperson|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Alan Hamel (m. 1977), Bruce Somers (m. 1965–1968)|
|Children:||Bruce Somers Jr.|
|Books:||I'm Too Young for This!, Knockout|
Suzanne Somers net worth, wiki & biography:
Suzanne Somers is an American celebrity, writer, vocalist, and businesswoman with an estimated net worth of $100 million. Suzanne’s mom was a homemaker and her dad loaded beer onto boxcars. Growing up, Suzanne was in continuous anxiety of her life. Suzanne’s dad was a physically and verbally violent alcoholic. The American actress was identified as having dyslexia as a kid, and due to her state, Suzanne performed badly in school. Suzanne shone in the artwork, and became active in her school’s theater section.
Suzanne Somers Net Worth $100 Million
After half a year of being in school, Suzanne became pregnant and had to drop out. Suzanne wed her child’s dad, Bruce Somers. The relationship did not survive and after divorcing her kid’s dad, Suzanne worked in San Francisco as a model and celebrity to support herself and her son.
Suzanne’s brother and sister followed within their dad’s footsteps and became alcoholics as well. Among Somer’s early shows that put herself on the radar was as the mysterious girl in the thunderbird in the 1960s nostalgia film American Graffiti. In 1968, Somers got work as a prize model in the game show, The Anniversary Game. The alluring name brought the interest of Johnny Carson. Johnny soon became a standard gust on The Tonight Show With Johnny Carson. Only at that time she also wed the host of The Anniversary Game, Alan Hamel. After salary discussions soured, Somers was written off the show in 1981.
In the late 1980s, Somers became the spokeswoman to get an item of exercise equipment known as the Thigh Master. In 1991, she made her way back to the little display in the sitcom Step by Step. Measure by Steps tayed on the air for six years. While filming the situation comedy, she released her first diet novel, Suzanne Somers’ Eat Great, Lose Weight in 1997. A year later Somers released following the Fall: How I Picked Myself Up Dusted Myself Away along with several more novels. Somers sells various health products throughout the Home Shopping Network and her web site.