Susan Hogan is a theatre, film, and television actress from Canada. Narrow Margin (1990), Disturbing Behavior (1998), and The Butterfly Effect 2 (2006) are among her many credits. Hogan was named one of the year’s top actresses by The Globe and Mail theatre critic Bryan Johnson for her portrayal in John Murrell’s Waiting for the Parade in 1973.
Susan Hogan Age
Susan Hogan was born in Scarborough, Toronto, Canada in 1948. She is 75 years old.
Susan Hogan Height
Hogan stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 8 inches/1.78 m tall.
Susan Hogan Family
Hogan was born and raised by her parents in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada. After being cast as Abigail in her high school production of The Crucible, she decided to pursue acting as a career. She enrolled in the National Theatre School of Canada in early 1966.
She began acting in theatre performances in Toronto and at the Stratford Festival after graduating. However, because of her blonde, green-eyed beauty, before becoming notably well-known as Stas in a 1978 production of Pam Gem’s play Dusa, Fish, Stats, as well as Vi, Hogan had a number of roles before becoming typecast in reality.
Susan Hogan Husband
Susan is happily married to Michael Hogan, a Canadian actor. The couple met at Canada’s National Theatre School. They have three children: Gabriel Hogan (born in 1973), Jennie Rebecca Hogan (born in 1971), and Charlie Hogan (born in 1983). Ryder Hogan, the couple’s grandson, is also named after them. In addition, she and her husband, Michael, played husband and wife in The Christmas Secret in 2014 and The Christmas Note in 2015.
Susan Hogan Net Worth
Susan has an approximate net worth of $6 million.
Susan Hogan Career
Hogan was named one of the year’s top actresses by The Globe and Mail theatre critic Bryan Johnson for her portrayal in John Murrell’s Waiting for the Parade in 1973.
She also hurt her knee while performing as Kate in a production of The Taming of the Shrew in 1991. As a result, she was requested to withdraw from a few performances, but she eventually returned to her position.
Susan and her husband, Michael Hogan, starred as Hank Vanderberg, a Calgary oil mogul, and his wife Elizabeth in the CBC Television miniseries Vanderberg in 1983.
In 1985, she appeared in Joshua Then and Now as well as Night Heat as Nicole. Rolling Vengeance, the television film Easy Prey, and guest appearances in Street Legal were also played around this time. Other theater appearances include Marjorie in William Mastrosimone’s Extremities and a First Nations spirit in Linda Griffiths’ Jessica. In George F. Walker’s Zastrozzi, The Master of Discipline, Matilda appears with her husband as Zastrozzi.
Nonetheless, after getting whiplash during the play’s opening rape scene, Susan resigned from the part two weeks into its run. Arlene Mazerolle took her position for the remainder of the show is run. Susan co-hosted CTV’s chat show Lifetime for a week in 1988 while regular host Liz Grogan was on maternity leave.
In 1989, Hogan starred in an episode of Danger Bay and acted in the film Narrow Margin. The episode was intended to be a backdoor pilot for a new program starring Hogan as a television journalist and single mother.
Similarly, in 1991, Susan played Marlene in Bordertown Café, her most notable film performance. In 1993 and 1994, she also participated in the television soap opera Family Passions.
Susan Hogan Movies and Tv Shows
- Vanderberg (1983)
- Easy Prey (1986 TV movie)
- Rolling Vengeance (1987)
- Narrow Margin (1990)
- White Fang (1991)
- Bordertown Café (1992)
- Impolite (1992)
- No greater love (film) (1996)
- Disturbing Behavior (1998)
- Rupert’s Land (1998)
- The Butterfly Effect 2 (2006)
- Everything’s Gone Green (2006)
- Very Merry Mixup (2012)
- The Color of Rain (2014)
- The Christmas Secret (2014)
- Hailey Dean Mystery: Murder, With Love (2016)
- Time for Me to Come Home Xmas. (2018)