Quick Facts Susie Feldman

  • NameSusie Feldman
  • Birth NameSusannah Sprague
  • Birth Year1982
  • Birth month06
  • FatherScott Sprague
  • NationalityAmerican
  • Birth PlaceSan Bernardino, California, United States
  • EthnicityWhite
  • ProfessionAmerican actress
  • MarriedYes
  • Married to Andy Lerman
  • ChildrenZen Scott Feldman
  • MotherSue Egberts

Susannah Sprague a.k.a. Susie Feldman is an American actress who is widely recognized as a former participant of reality TV series The Two Coreys, starring alongside her ex-husband Corey Feldman. Feldman is also a model and has posed for Playboy magazines, Stuff, and PETA.

As of 2019, Feldman has an estimated net worth of $1 million, earned widely through the entertainment industry. Regarding her personal life, after divorce with her first husband, she married Andy Lerman

What Is The Net worth Of Susie Feldman in 2019? Earning, Income, Salary

Being an actress, reality TV personality, and model at a time, Susie Feldman is sure to make a decent fortune through her career. However, she chose not to reveal her financial aspects to the public.

However, looking at her successful career, she is assumed to make no less than the six-digit per annum as her salary. As of 2019, her net worth is estimated $1 million, including all of her property and income. Besides her acting career, Feldman further adds money from her endorsement deals with modeling agencies. 

Is Susie Feldman Married After The Divorce With Her First Husband? Married, Children, Affairs

Susie Feldman is married twice in her life. She first tied the knot with her boyfriend Corey Feldman, an American as well as a singer. The two met each other when Corey was celebrating her 19th birthday at Las Palmas in Hollywood. 

Caption-Susie Feldman and her ex-husband Corey Feldman SOURCE-Heavy.com

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Just after their first encounter, the couple began dating and after dating for a year, in 2002 Corey proposed to Fieldman on the day of Valentine’s day and got engaged. Furthermore, the duo finally exchanged the wedding vows on 30th October 2002.

Caption-Susie Feldman and her husband Andy Lerma

Further, Feldman and Corey were blessed with a child from their relationship. They welcomed their son Zen Scott Feldman on 7th August 2004. Even being the parents of a child, things didn’t go well in between the couple so Felman filed for divorce on 28th October 2009, seeking sole custody of their son. However, their divorce was finalized on 28th August 2014

Caption-Susie Feldman with her husband and children

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Just a few months after her divorce, Feldman got engaged to her second husband Andy Lerman, a Lionsgate Senior Art Director. The pair finally wedlock on 31st December 2014. The couple currently resides in Los Angeles with their children, a son from Susie and a daughter that Andy’s previous relationship.

Since their wedding, Feldman and Andy have maintained a peaceful relationship. Her husband Andy often shares beautiful photos of their family on Instagram. So far, there are no rumors of their divorce and extramarital affairs. 

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When and Where Was Susie Feldman Born? Early life, Parents, and Education

Susie Feldman was born on 7th June 1982, in San Bernardino, California, United States, to parents, Scott Sprague and Sue Egberts. Her star sign is Gemini. She holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. 

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Her parents separated when Feldman was just 2 years old so she was raised by her father. After the death of her father, Feldman moved to her mother and attended junior high and high school in Corona, California. In 2000, she graduated from Santiago High School. 

Susie Feldman Career, Movies, Modeling, Tv shows

Initially, Susie Feldman did modeling for magazines like Stuff and Playboy. Feldman gained a wide recognization for her appearance in celebrity reality series The Two Coreys

Youtube: The Two Coreys

Similarly, Feldman further appeared in reality shows like “Howard Stern”, “The Surreal Life,” and “High Chaparral.”