Originally from Jackson, Susan has been a professional actor for over 30 years. She performed in the National Tour of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods with Cleo Lane and in the Broadway production with Ellen Foley. Off-Broadway in Nunsense, she played Sister Mary Amnesia as well as the other four roles in the show. Susan worked extensively with Starfish Theatreworks, Inc. and appeared in three of their main stage productions, Holding Patterns, Steam, and Steam, Too. You may also have seen her in Drop your Shorts and The Turnip Festival, and in The Lifters a play by Carol Holland, for which she was nominated Best Actress in a One-Act for the Spotlight Awards. Some of her favorite roles include Charlotte in A Little Night Music, Nellie in South Pacific, Marion in Music Man with Bobby Van and Gwendolyn in The Importance of Being Ernest with Donald O’Connor; Hope in Something’s Afoot and Mary Kenny in Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect up? with Megan Mullaly. She worked with Woody Allen in Hannah and her Sisters. On TV Susan was featured in Strangers With Candy, on Comedy Central, and the NBC series True Blue. She has appeared in numerous national and regional commercials, such as Cheerios, Mylanta, Murphy’s Oil Soap, Tide, MADD and Sears Paint. She can be heard singing and playing autoharp on Warfield Suite’s CDs “Heaven in my Mind” and “Lost in Transit”. Her current project, a performance piece called Red Flags was developed and directed in Gretchen Cryer’s (I’m Getting My Act Together….) Solo writing class. Susan is also very proud of her best production to date, son Martin Wallace, and would like to dedicate all of her performances to mothers everywhere.