Susan Sarandon is an American Actress having her last appearance in the film A Bad Moms Christmas (2017). Likewise, her latest TV show is Ray Donovan as Samantha Winslow. She also has a presence in the documentary Up To Us (2017). Dishonored (2012) and Justice (2016) is Sarandon video games and music videos respectively. Susan Sarandon movies appearance led her to reach the height of success. Scroll down to have a full bio.
Besides an actress, Susan is an activist appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 1999. Similarly, in 2006, she received the Action Against Hunger Humanitarian Award in 2006. For Susan Sarandon movies, television appearance, she won several awards like Academy, BAFTA, Screen Actors Guild and Emmy. Sarandon is also a mother of three children. She has a daughter named Eva Amurri Martino (15 March 1985) from Franco Amurri. Similarly, she has two sons from Tim Robbins. They are Jack Henry Robbins (15 May 1989) and Miles Robbins (4 May 1992) . Sarandon held 35th position in Empire (UK) magazine’s The Top 100 Movie Star of All Time in 1997.
Susan Sarandon was named as Susan Abigail Tomalin during her birth on October 4, 1946. Her father Phillip Leslie Tomalin is a singer. Besides, he is also a Television producer, and Advertising Executive. Whereas, her mother is Leonora Marie Criscione. She grew up in an extended family.
Sarandon is the eldest of nine children in the family. She has younger brothers named Phillip L. Tomalin Jr., Terry Tomalin, O’Brian Tomalin and Tim Tomalin. Similarly, she has younger sisters named Missy Tomalin, Bonnie Lyon, Amanda Tomalin and Meredith Carroll.
Talking about her educational background, Susan enrolled Roman Catholic School. Then she followed Edison High School (1964).
Next, Sarandon attended The Catholic University of America (1964-68) and earned a bachelor degree in drama.
She landed in the film industry with the movie Joe (1970) as Melissa Compton.
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Subsequently, she appeared in numerous films like Lady Liberty (1971), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), Pretty Baby (1978), and many more.
In 1980, she received first Academy Award nomination for Atlantic City (1980).
Susan Sarandon movies appearance in The Witches of Eastwick (1987) and Bull Durham (1988) led her to gain wider recognition.
Besides, Susan Sarandon movies role in Thelma and Louise (1991) left an impressive image in individual’s mind. The movie led her to the Academy Awards nomination for the second time.
Also, Susan Sarandon movies Lorenzo’s Oil (1992) and The Client (1994) received the Academy Award nomination.
By 2000, she appeared in several films like Goodnight Moon (2001), The Meddler (2015, executive-producer), Mothers and Daughters (2016), and so on.
Her post-production list includes the film titled Going Places and The Death and Life of John F. Donovan.
She started her career in the TV through the series A World Apart (1971,) as Patrice Kahlman.
Then, she made a numerous appearance in the television sector. Some of her television films include F. Scott Fitzgerald and The Last of the Belles (1974), Mussolini and I (1985), Bernard and Doris (2007), and so on.
Likewise, her television series includes Rescue Me (2006-07), Mike & Molly (2013-14), Skylanders Academy (2016-17), and many more.
Apart from Susan Sarandon movies and television appearance, she has a presence in the documentaries.
Her documentaries include When the Mountains Tremble (1983), Home (2006), Who Do You Think You Are? (2010), and so on.
Further, Mythos (2000), Secrets of the code (2006), The Survivor’s Guide to Prison (2017), Soufra, are Susan’s documentaries as a narrator and executive producer.
For more information, you may visit Susan Sarandon’s filmography.
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In the state of New York, Sarandon is the one to receive 22 Oscar for her professional career.
She earned Lifetime Achievement Award at the Stockholm International Film Festival (2009).
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Also, Susan received the Outstanding Artistic Life Award at Shanghai International Festival (2011). She won the award for her Outstanding Contribution to the World Cinema
By 2015, Susan won Golden Kamera International lifetime achievement award.
In total, she won 1 Academy Awards, British Academy Film Awards and Screen Actors Guild Awards.
For a detailed overview, you could visit her award lists.
Not exactly! Yeah, it’s true she started her professional career in the entertainment industry.
A status she is receiving at the present date is because of her successful professional career. Sarandon is continuing her career to date with the same fascination and dedication. But separately, she is also an activist and is politically active.
Susan is famous for her active support to the political parties.
During 2000, Susan served as the co-chair of the National Steering Committee of Nader. In the meantime, she supported Ralph Nader during Presidential Election Campaign.
Besides, Susan supported Bernie Sanders’ during his presidential campaign (2016).
But, on November 26, 2017, she did not sustain any party. Instead, Sarandon made a statement, “We would be at war, If Hillary Clinton were a president,” in an interview with The Guardian.
She stood up in several anti-war rallies.
In addition to this, she has an active participation in donations, charity, funds, ranging from individuals, companies, and organizations.
She usually promotes for social, environmental and economic justice.
She has a commercial appearance in “Love is Love is Love.” The commercial was based on improving the acceptance of lesbian, gay, transgender and bisexual individuals.
Thus, we can quickly state she is a renowned personality with a good heart.
Firstly, on September 16, 1967, Susan married her college mate Chris Sarandon. But the couple could not make it long lasting. After 12 years of togetherness, the couple divorced in 1979.
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Since that date, she has several dating and love-affair histories.
After Sarandon split up with her 1st husband, she then romantically involved with Louis Malle, director, and David Bowie, musician.
By 1980s, she dated Franco Amurri and also gave birth to a daughter Eva Amurri.
Further, she dated Tim Robbins in 1988 and gave birth to two sons. But, she also split-up with Robbins in 2009.
Soon after her split-up with Robbins she patched up with toyboy Jonathan Bricklin and remained together till 2015.
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Since the date, Susan is single.
To date, there is no exact figure of Susan Sarandon net worth.
But reviewing her professional career, it is rumored Susan Sarandon net worth to be $50 million.
Susan Sarandon movies appearance is the reason she is earning a reasonable sum of money.
A reasonable sum of money is the reason she is spending a lavish lifestyle.
Susan Sarandon currently at 71, stands at the height of 5 Feet 7 Inch.
Her body weight is 139 lbs.
Sarandon’s body measurement is 38-27-36.
Susan possesses English, Irish, Welsh and Italian descent.
Naturally, Susan Sarandon has blonde hair.
Susan was against cosmetic surgery but she admitted “I had under my chin sucked out once” She had undergone anti-ageing treatment. It is also rumored that she had liposuction on her body and under her eyes and chin.
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“I believe in the Church of Baseball. I’ve tried all the major religions, and most of the minor ones. I’ve worshipped Buddha, Allah, Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, trees, mushrooms, and Isadora Duncan. I know things. For instance, there are 108 beads in a Catholic rosary and there are 108 stitches in a baseball. When I learned that, I gave Jesus a chance. But it just didn’t work out between us. The Lord laid too much guilt on me. I prefer metaphysics to theology. You see, there’s no guilt in baseball, and it’s never boring, which makes it like sex. There’s never been a ballplayer slept with me who didn’t have the best year of his career. Making love is like hitting a baseball: you just gotta relax and concentrate.” ⚾️ #TBT