Susan Hogan Biography
Susan Hogan is a Canadian film, television, and stage actress. She is well known for Narrow Margin (1990), Disturbing Behavior (1998), and The Butterfly Effect 2 (2006). In 1973, The Globe and Mail theatre critic Bryan Johnson referred to Hogan as one of the year’s best actresses for her performance in John Murrell’s Waiting for the Parade.
In addition, in 1991, Susan injured her knee during a performance as Kate in a production of The Taming of the Shrew. She was, therefore, asked to withdraw from a handful of performances, but eventually, she returned to her role.
In 1983, Susan and her husband, Michael Hogan, appeared in the CBC Television miniseries, Vanderberg, as Hank Vanderberg, Calgary oil magnate, and his wife Elizabeth. Moreover, in 1991, she appeared in Cynthia Grant and Svetlana Zylin’s Djuna: What of the Night with the Company of Sirens in Toronto, Ontario.
In 1985, Hogan appeared in Joshua Then and Now and also as Nicole in the drama series Night Heat. Moreover, other roles portrayed around this time include Rolling Vengeance, the television film Easy Prey, and guest appearances in Street Legal. Other stage roles include Marjorie in a production of William Mastrosimone’s Extremities, a First Nations spirit in Linda Griffiths’s Jessica. Matilda, along with her husband as Zastrozzi, in George F. Walker’s Zastrozzi, The Master of Discipline.
Nevertheless, two weeks into the run of Extremities, Susan withdrew from the role after suffering whiplash during the play’s opening rape scene. She was then replaced by Arlene Mazerolle for the remaining part of the show’s run. In 1988, Susan was a guest co-host of CTV’s talk show Lifetime for a week during regular host Liz Grogan’s pregnancy leave.
Hogan acted in the film Narrow Margin and appeared in an episode of Danger Bay in 1989. The episode was set up as a possible backdoor pilot for a new show starring Hogan as a television journalist and single mother.
Similarly, in 1991, Susan appeared in her most prominent film role, as Marlene, in Bordertown Café. She also appeared in the television soap opera Family Passions in 1993 and 1994. In 1995, Hogan played Regan in a relatively gender-reversed production of King Lear, in which Janet Wright played the lead role.
Susan Hogan Age
How old is Susan Hogan? Hogan is about 74 years old as of 2022. She was born Susan King in 1948, in Scarborough, Toronto, Canada. However, Susan has not disclosed the exact date she was born. Information regarding when she celebrates her birthday is not available. We will update this information as soon as it surfaces.
Susan Hogan Family
Hogan was born and raised in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada by her parents. She decided to pursue acting as a career after being cast as Abigail in her high school production of The Crucible. At the beginning of 1966, she joined the National Theatre School of Canada.
After her graduation, Susan started appearing in theatre productions in Toronto and at the Stratford Festival. However, due to her blonde, green-eyed beauty, Hogan became typecast in ingenuine roles until breaking through to major notice as Stas in a 1978 production of Pam Gem’s play Dusa, Fish, Stats, as well as Vi.
Susan Hogan Husband
Is Susan married? Yes. Susan is happily married to a Canadian actor, Michael Hogan. The couple met at the National Theatre School of Canada. Together, they have three children: actor Gabriel Hogan, born in 1973, actress Jennie Rebecca Hogan, born in 1971, and Charlie Hogan, born in 1983. The pair also have a grandson named Ryder Hogan.
In addition, with her husband, Michael, they also played the roles of husband and wife in The Christmas Secret in 2014 and also in The Christmas Note in 2015.
Susan Hogan Height
Hogan stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches tall (1.78 m). In addition, she has blonde hair color and brown eye color.
Susan Hogan Salary
Information regarding how much money Hogan earns per year is currently under review and we will update it soon.
Susan Hogan Net Worth
How much is Susan worth? Susan has an estimated net worth of between $6 million. Her fortune is attributed to her career as an actress.
Susan Hogan Awards
Hogan received a Jessie Richardson Theatre Award nomination in 1998 for her performance as Lonnie. In 2000, she was also nominated in the same category for playing Ruella in Alan Ayckbourn’s Communicating Doors.
In 1998, Susan received three Leo Award nominations, for Best Actress in the Film, Rupert’s Land. Also, she was nominated Best Actress in a Dramatic Series in 1998 for Dead Man’s Gun. Similarly, in 2005, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for Marker.