|Susan Sarandon Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||October 4, 1946|
|Eye Color||Light Brown|
Susan Sarandon is an American actress, voice actress, producer, and activist who is a critically acclaimed artist and has been a recipient of numerous accolades, including an Academy Award, a BAFTA Award, and a SAG Award, as well as has been nominated for at least a Daytime Emmy Award, 6 Primetime Emmy Awards, and 9 Golden Globe Awards. Her filmography includes Thelma & Louise, The Client, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Witches of Eastwick, White Palace, Enchanted, Bull Durham, Cloud Atlas, Something Short of Paradise, Atlantic City, Dead Man Walking, Lorenzo’s Oil, Stepmom, Igby Goes Down, Emotional Arithmetic, A Bad Moms Christmas, The Lovely Bones, Pretty Baby, James and the Giant Peach, The Meddler, The Hunger, and Little Women.
Susan Abigail Tomalin
Jackson Heights, Queens, New York City, New York, United States
New York City, New York, United States
Susan attended Edison High School, New Jersey, United States in 1964.
She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Drama in 1968 from The Catholic University of America, Washington District of Columbia, United States.
Actress, Voice Actress, Producer, Activist
- Father – Phillip Leslie Tomalin (Advertising Executive, Television Producer, and One-Time Nightclub Singer)
- Mother – Lenora Marie (nee Criscione)
- Siblings – Phillip Jr. (Brother)
- Others – William Arthur Tomalin III (Paternal Grandfather), Alberta Agnes Boehner (Paternal Grandmother), Giovanni/Giuseppe/Joseph Vincenzo/Vincent Criscione (Maternal Grandfather), Anita Evelyn/Evilyn Rigali (Maternal Grandmother)
Susan Sarandon has been signed with United Talent Agency.
Her net worth has been $60 Million according to CelebrityNetWorth.com.
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
139 pounds or 63 kg
Boyfriend / Spouse
Susan Sarandon has dated –
- John Leone (1961-1962) – Susan Sarandon dated the writer and director John Leone between 1961-1962.
- Tom Noonan (1963) – Susan had an encounter with the American actor, director, and screenwriter Tom Noonan in 1963. The duo separated after a couple of months.
- Chris Sarandon (1964-1979) – While studying drama at the Catholic University of America, Susan met Chris Sarandon. They commenced dating in 1964 and got married after three years of courtship on September 16, 1967. Their wedding rites were done by the head of their department at the university. In 1968, Chris brought Susan along on an audition that eventually fetched Susan her big break. The couple got divorced in September 1979, but Susan retained the surname Sarandon as her stage name.
- Louis Malle (1978-1980) – Susan met this French director when he directed her in Pretty baby (1978). The two separated after two years in 1980.
- David Bowie (1982) – Susan co-starred with this English singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and record producer in the movie The Hunger (1983). They dated in early 1982 and separated after a very short period of time.
- Richard Gere (1982) – It was reported that she went out with actor Richard Gere in the year 1982. The two have worked together in movies like Shall We Dance and Arbitrage.
- Franco Amurri (1983-1985) – Susan worked in the American comedy-drama Tempest in 1982. On the sets of this film, she met the Italian film director, producer, and screenwriter Franco Amurri. They both eventually commenced dating in 1983 and got separated in 1985 after two years. They have a daughter Eva Amurri (born on March 15, 1985).
- Sean Penn (1984) – It was alleged that Susan had an affair with actor Sean Penn in 1984.
- Tim Robbins (1987-2009) – This American actor, director, producer, screenwriter, musician, and activist, co-starred with Susan in the American romantic comedy sports film Bull Durham (1988). The couple started dating soon after meeting on the sets of the movie in 1987. They together hosted the 1993 Academy Awards and finally got engaged in August 2005. Susan is 12 years older than Tim Robbins. Their relationship ended in 2009 and they have two sons, Jack Henry (born on May 15, 1989) and Miles Robbins (born on May 4, 1992).
- Don Johnson (1987) – She was romantically involved with actor Don Johnson in 1987. They worked together in the 1988 comedy-drama film Sweet Hearts Dance.
- Jonathan Bricklin (2010-2015) – Susan and the son of an American automobile entrepreneur Jonathan Bricklin met on a road trip to Chile in early 2010. Jonathan is 31 years younger than Susan. They eventually started seeing each other and together operated the Spin Ping-Pong Lounges. They parted ways in 2015.
Race / Ethnicity
She bears English, Irish, Welsh, German, and Italian ancestry.
38-27-36 in or 96.5-68.5-91.5 cm
10 (US) or 42 (EU)
7.5 (US) or 5 (UK) or 38 (EU)
TV commercials – Magic Lady Panty Hose (1971), YMCA/TWCA (2002), Project Liberty (2002), WE (Women’s Entertainment) network (2003), Revlon Age Defying Makeup, The One Campaign (2005), Lean Cuisine’s Dinnertime Selects frozen foods line (voice) (2006), Stouffer’s (voice) (2006), America’s Dairy Producers’ Got Milk promotional campaign (2011), Tylenol Pain Reliever (voice; September 2013- October 2013) and for Heifer.org (2013).
Print ads – Wall Street Journal (2007) and America’s Dairy producers’ Got Milk milk mustache promotional campaign (2011).
Susan was born a Roman Catholic.
She has her own spiritual belief system that is largely unbounded by religious institutionalization.
Best Known For
Susan is notable for her roles in Atlantic City (1980), Thelma & Louise (1991), The Client (1994) for which she won the BAFTA Award, Dead Man Walking (1995) for which she bagged an Academy Award, Igby Goes Down & Moonlight Mile (2002) and many other works.
Susan made her big-screen debut in 1970 with the drama film Joe for her role as Melissa Compton.
First TV Show
Her first appearance on television was in the American daytime drama A World Apart on ABC network (1970-1971), for her role as Patrice Kahlman.
Susan still defies her growing age with the perfectly balanced looks that she maintains very well. She states that she manages to do so by watching out for what she eats and also taking food in moderation.
She starts her day with 30 minutes on the treadmill. Her fitness routine is diversified and she does routine normal exercises. Susan recently took up boxing, stating that it is a fun and good way to work out, as well.
Susan Sarandon Favorite Things
- Medication – Marijuana
- Drink – Tequila
Source – NYMag
Susan Sarandon Facts
- In 2011, Susan Sarandon was honored for her Outstanding Contribution to World Cinema at the Shanghai International Film Festival.
- She was appointed as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 1999 and received the Action against Hunger Humanitarian Award in 2006.
- During high school, she was a cheerleader.
- Susan was invited to the 44th International Film Festival of India in 2013 to inaugurate it.
- In 2006, Susan, Tim Robbins, and her ten relatives traveled to Wales to trace her family’s Welsh genealogy. Their journey was documented in the BBC Wales program Coming Home Susan Sarandon and also their research and content were featured in the American genealogy documentary series show Who Do You Think You Are.
- Sarandon was arrested during a protest in March 1999 in New York, for disorderly conduct.
- She was chosen as one of the 50 Most Beautiful Women in the World by People’s magazine (USA).
- Susan got a Lifetime Achievement Award at Stockholm International Film Festival in 2009.
- She is a five-time Emmy Award nominee for her television roles.
- Susan keeps her Oscar in the bathroom.
- Her pet dog Penny has also appeared in the movie Bernard and Doris (2006), playing the pet of the character she played.
- Susan received the Ragusani nel mondo prize in 2006. She got the honor due to her Italian roots in Ragusa, Italy.
- She got Drama Desk nominations twice for her performances in the plays A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking and Extremities in 1979 and 1982, respectively.
- Susan was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame in 2010 for her contribution to Arts and Entertainment.
- She has also been awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
- She stated in an interview that if she were not an actress, she would have made a career as an astronaut.
- In 2010, she narrated the two-part documentary John Lennon: The New York Years for BBC Radio.
- Susan Sarandon became a grandmother in August 2014 after her daughter Eva gave birth to a baby girl.
- Alongside Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn, Cheryl Hines, and Christine Baranski, she co-starred as Isis Dunkler in the 2017 Christmas comedy film A Bad Moms Christmas.
- From 2017 to 2018, she provided vocals to the character of Aunt Agatha in the adult animated streaming television series Neo Yokio.