Susan Jane Berman (Susan Jane Berman)

Susan Jane Berman

Author, Murder Victim. Berman was the daughter of a mob figure who wrote extensively of her father, who replaced Bugsy Siegel in Las Vegas at the Flamingo Hotel after Siegel’s 1947 murder. In 1981, she published the memoir “Easy Street” about her life. Berman was a reporter for The San Francisco Examiner and also wrote for “Francis Ford Coppola’s City”, the “Westinghouse Evening Show” on KPIX and the “People” show on CBS. She wrote for New York, Cosmopolitan and Family Circle magazines and also penned the books “Driver, Give a Soldier a Lift!” and “Lady Las Vegas”. On Christmas Eve, 2000, she was shot execution-style at her Beverly Hills home; the case remains unsolved. The book “Murder of a Mafia Daughter: The Life and Tragic Death of Susan Berman” was published in 2001.  (bio by: Louis M.)  Family links:  Parents:  David Berman (1903 – 1957)  Elizabeth Ewald Berman (1919 – 1959)  Spouse:  Mister Christopher Margulies (1958 – 1986)* *Calculated relationship


  • May, 18, 1945
  • USA


  • December, 12, 2000
  • USA


  • Home of Peace Memorial Park
  • California
  • USA

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