Suzanne Krull (Suzanne Krull)

Suzanne Krull

Actress. A noted character performer, she later became a respected screenwriter. Raised in New York City, she started writing while still a small child, attended Brooklyn’s South Shore High School, and after moving to Southern California graduated from Agoura High School. Suzanne returned to the Big Apple to study for two years at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts where she was nominated for the Irene Ryan Award; back in Los Angeles, she tried stand-up comedy for a time, appeared in around 30 local theatrical productions, and began a television career that would last for the rest of her life. Beginning with a 1988 appearance on “The Facts of Life”, she amassed a large resume of small screen credits including “NYPD Blue”, “General Hospital”, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Judging Amy”, “Charmed”, “Nash Bridges”, “Desparate Housewives”, “Glee”, and “Criminal Minds”. Suzanne made her 1995 silver screen bow with “Open Season” and was seen in a succession of features including the 1997 “8 Heads in a Duffel Bag”, 1999’s “Go”, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and “The Next Best Thing” (both 2000), 2001’s “Jackpot”, and the 2009 “Race to Witch Mountain”. As an author, she published a number of short stories and both wrote the screenplay for and played the part of Sam in 1999’s “Sam and Mike” which was named Best Short at the New York Film Festival. Suzanne remained busy until her death from a ruptured aortic anuerysm; at her demise a number of her performances were preserved on DVD and the movie “Rudderless” was pending release. (bio by: Bob Hufford)

Born

  • July, 08, 1966
  • USA

Died

  • July, 07, 2013
  • USA

Cemetery

  • Mount Sinai Memorial Park
  • California
  • USA

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