Suzanne Somers was an influential American actress, singer and author. She was also a health spokesperson and businesswoman. Her acting career spanned many decades and she has captivated her audience all over the world.
She first came into the spotlight with her portrayal of Chrissy Snow on the American television sitcom Three’s Company (1977-1984). She also played Carol Foster Lambert on the television sitcom Step by Step (1991-1997). Apart from being a seasoned actress, Suzanne Somers has written many books.
Suzanne Somers age and early life
Suzanne Somers was the third of four children born to Marion Elizabeth (née Turner), a medical secretary, and Francis Mahoney, a labourer and gardener. Suzanne was born on October 16, 1946, in San Bruno, California in the United States.
She attended Capuchino High School and went on to attend Mercy High School, in Burlingame, California.
Suzanne Somers illness: What disease did Suzanne Somers have?
Suzanne Somers had stage II cancer. She was diagnosed with stage II cancer in April 2000. She received a lumpectomy to remove the cancer. Later, she received radiation therapy.
After a recurrence of the cancer, Suzanne passed away peacefully at her home on October 15, 2023, the day before her 77th birthday.