Suzie Plakson Biography
Quick Facts Suzie Plakson
|Quick facts about Suzie Plakson Biography|
|Date of birth :||June 3, 1958|
|Birth Country:||United States|
|Net worth:||$400 thousand (approx)|
Jack of all trades, Suzie Plakson, has gained name and fame for her skills in multiple things such as acting, singing and writing.
Born on June 3, 1958, in Buffalo, New York, she grew up in Kingston Pennsylvania. She is a graduate of Northwestern University. Suzie has been active in the industry since 1987 and has given some hits in Hollywood.
Acting Career and Video Games Appearances
She started her acting career as a stage actress and since then, she has been able to present herself as a distinct star on stages, television series and movies. Her first play was Stop the “World : I Want to Getting Off. Laterm”. She likewise portrayed “Marquise Theresa Du Pac” in “La Bete”.
Similarly, she has made appearances in the numerous sitcoms and TV series such as “Love & War”, “The Schizoid Man”, “The Emissary”, “The Q and the Grey”, and much more.
She has also given voice to the characters in numerous cartoons, video games, movies, tv series and much more. Moreover, she has had numerous recurring roles in sitcoms as well.
She has also made appearances in some big budget films. Her film works include On Edge (2001), Red Eye (2005), My Stepmother Is an Alien (1998), and Disclosure (1994).
Similarly, her notable video game credentials include Code Blue (2000) and Emerging Room 3 (2001). In August 2007, she made an appearance on the stage at the Star Trek Las Vegas Convention along with Patti Yasutake.
Voice and Words
Suzie has been blessed with a soothing voice, and she is quite familiar with beats and notes. Suzie has done some musical projects, which has given her identity as a singer. She has released the alternative country rock album titled “DidmWannaDoIt!”. The album was produced by Jay Ferguson. Similarly, the music video was made for the title song of the album, and its video was released on YouTube.
Some of her other singles projects include “Good Luck Charm”, “Nature Boy”, “Faraway Places” and “Calling All Angels”.
Suzie has also moved her hand in writing as well. She authored and recorded the book, The Return of King Lillian, a mythic journey tale- a metaphysical fantasy for dreamers and nonconformists of all ages.
Suzie has also used the poem as a medium to express her inner feelings. Her notable poems are “Carve Me a Bed”, “The Edge And I”, and “Sisyphus”.
Hand in Sculpting
Multi-skilled Plakson has also found another way of expressing her art – clay. She has made numerous sculpt art, and some of her art contains a very deep meaning about love and life. “Hand & Heart Art,”Elves” and “For My Own Amusement” are some of her sculpt arts.
Plakson spends hours and hours playing with Polymer Clays to give it a perfect shape and adds more value to the art with her coloring skills.