Suzanne Pleshette Measurements, Bio, Height, Weight, Shoe and More!

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Suzanne Pleshette is one of the best and most well-known American actresses. She was born on 31st January 1937, in Brooklyn Heights, New York. She also won good popularity as a voice actress.

Moreover, this famous actress may be a graduate of Manhattan’s high school of humanistic discipline. Besides her great interest in acting, this popular actress did her graduation from a famous acting school. Her father was a stager, and his mother was a dancer and artist.

However, Suzanne worked in several movies and played many roles. But Suzanne became very popular from her role in 1972 as Bob Newhart’s wife. It is a comedy show, “The Bob Newhart Show.” And this best actress got many opportunities to play different roles. Together with her young and fine figure, she looked older than her age. This famous actress gave up the ghost on 19th January 2008.

Biography

 

Suzanne Pleshette

Suzanne Pleshette was born in Brooklyn Heights, New York, on January 31, 1937. Her parents were Jewish. Geraldine, her mother, was an artist and dancer who went by the stage name Geraldine Rivers. Eugene Pleshette was her father. He was a stage manager who worked for the Paramount Theatre in New York City and Brooklyn.

He or she went to the High School of Performing Arts in Manhattan. She also only spent one term at Syracuse University before going to Finch College. She trained with the famous acting teacher Sanford Meisner and graduated from the Neighbourhood Playhouse School of the Theatre in Manhattan, which is a very well-known acting school.

Personal Details

  • Real Name: Suzanne Pleshette
  • Nickname: Pleshette
  • Date of Birth: 31st January 1937
  • Died: 19th January 2008
  • Place of Birth: New York City
  • Nationality: American
  • Birth Sign: Capricorn
  • Eye color: Gray-blue
  • Hair color: Unknown
  • Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
  • Spouse/Boyfriend: Troy Donahue (m. 1964–1964), Tommy Gallagher (m. 1968–2000), and Tom Poston (m. 2001–2007).

Body Measurements

  • Weight: 62 Kg or (137 lbs)
  • Height: 5 feet and 4 inches or (163 cm)
  • Shoe size: 7 US
  • Bra size: 34C
  • Body measurements: 37-26-38 inches or (94-66-97 cm)

Suzanne Pleshette

 

Suzanne Pleshette’s Death & Legacy

Her agent, Joel Dean, told the press in August 2006 that she was being treated for lung cancer. During a “Bob Newhart Show” cast reunion in September 2007, she told “USA Today” that a part of one of her lungs had been taken out by surgery.

On January 19, 2008, she passed away. She was 70 years old at the time. She is buried in the Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery in Culver City, California, near where Poston is.

Net worth

Suzanne Pleshette made a nice amount of money. She used to make $4,000,000 a year, or $32,000 a month. Can you guess how much she’s worth now? She was worth $5 million. This success was due to her hard work and talent. It was said that she was one of the wealthiest actresses in Hollywood. She has worked in many plays, TV shows, and movies. The actress’s great work impressed both people in the business and her fans.

FAQs

What happened to kill Suzanne Pleshette?

In 2006, Pleshette went through chemotherapy for lung cancer. She died because she couldn't breathe. She turned 70.

Did Suzanne Pleshette and Bob Newhart get along?

Writer Michael Zinberg also said, "They got along great. It was a great relationship on and off the set." Newhart never regretted letting Pleshette be a part of "The Bob Newhart Show." He said, "Suzie and I had a great friendship."

What makes Suzanne Pleshette well-known?

Suzanne Pleshette became a TV star when she played Bob Newhart's wife on The Bob Newhart Show, a classic situation comedy from the 1970s (1972). Pleshette was nominated for an Emmy Award twice, in 1977 and 1978, for her role as "Emily Hartley," the wife of "Bob Hartley," a psychologist played by Bob Newhart.

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