Famous People Named Susan
Take a look at famous people named Susan, such as Susan E. Rice, Susan Faludi, and Susan B. Anthony.
Susan B. Anthony
Civil Rights Activist, Women's Rights Activist, Editor, Publisher, Journalist / 1820 - 1906
Susan B. Anthony was a suffragist, abolitionist, author and speaker who was the president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.
Susan Saint James
Television Actress / 1946 -
Actress Susan Saint James is best known for her roles on hit TV shows The Name of the Game (1968) and McMillan & Wife (1971). She was nominated twice for an Emmy award for her role as a divorced mom on the sitcom Kate & Allie (1984).
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profile name: Susan B. Anthony profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Women's Rights Activist, Editor, Publisher, Journalist
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profile name: Susan Rice profile occupation: Diplomat
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profile name: Susan Boyle profile occupation: Singer, Television Personality
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profile name: Susan Saint James profile occupation: Television Actress
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profile name: Susan Smith profile occupation: Murderer
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profile name: Susan Hayward profile occupation: Film Actress, Pin-up
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