Fans are most of the time interested to know celebrity net worth. Here is Suzanne Somers’s net worth as of 2021. Suzanne Marie Somers is well known American actress and author. Suzanne is also a singer, businesswoman, and health spokesperson. She is the author of many self-help books. The series of her books include Ageless, The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones. Other than this, she authored two autobiographies. Here other series of books include four diet books along with a book of poetry. Somers took off with her acting career in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Initially, she appeared on the small screen.
As of 2021, Suzanne is 74 years of age. She is a mother of Bruse Jr and grandmother of three granddaughters. Namely Camelia, Violet, and Daisy Hamel Buffa. Back in 2000, Somers was diagnosed with stage II breast cancer. In order to remove cancer, she went through a lumpectomy followed by radiation therapy. She also went through chemotherapy to remove Iscador. She had a residence in Malibu, which got destroyed in a wildfire in 2007. After her previous house was destroyed in a forest fire, she bought a beachside home. Currently, she resides in Malibu along with her family. In 2017 she took her fans on a tour of her beachside mansion.
As of 2021, Suzanne Somers’s net worth is $125 million. All her net worth is earned through her career as an actor, author, singer, and businesswoman. Most of her net worth is earned during her career as an actor. As of 2021, Suzanne did around 14 films which include Bullitt (1968), Daddy’s Gone A-Hunting, Fools, American Graffiti, Mannum Force, Zuma Beach, Yesterday’s Hero, Nothing Personal, Totally Minnie, Serial Mom, It Happened at Lakewood Manor, Billy Jack Goes to Washington, Rusty: A Dog’s Tale and Say It Isn’t So. Her role in the series Three’s Company followed by Step By Step has contributed a huge amount to her net worth.
Initially, she was paid around $5,000 per episode. Later in the other seasons, she was paid around $30,000 per episode. Not only this, the producers shared around 10% of the show’s profit as Somers was the reason why the fans loved to watch the series. Suzanne also has a mansion in Malibu. Other than this, she owns a mansion in Plam spring worth $35 million. She also owns several homes in southern California. She also owns a home with her husband owned a northern Plam Spring. Which they later donated to a conservation commission.
Other than her salary from the movies, her books have a huge contribution to her net worth. She authored around 27 books. All of which are published. She has written books on various topics and themes. Among these 2 are her autobiographies. Most of the books are on self-help and alternative medicine. Suzzane is among the list of female actors who managed to earn a three-digit net worth. Her life took a turn for the better in the year 1970s. She is also a businesswoman, but there is hardly anything available regarding her business. Suzanne’s career as a singer also has a huge contribution to her net worth.
About Suzanne Somers early life.
Suzanne Somers was born on October 16, 1946, in San Bruno, California. She is the third child of Marion Elizabeth and Francis Mahoney. Suzanne belongs to an Iris-American family. Her mother was a medical secretary, and her father was a laborer and also a gardener. Somers went to the Capuchino High School. Later she joined the Mercy High School Burlingame, California. She later joined the San Francisco College for the woman. In 1965 Somers married Bruce Somers. Their marriage lasted for almost 3 years. Their marriage ended in 1968. The duo is are the parents of Bruce Jr.
After her divorce from Bruce, she got married to Alan Hamel. Hamel was born on June 30, 1936. He is a Canadian actor, producer, entertainer, and television host. He is a Jewish. He hosted the children’s television series Razzle Dazzle. The duo doesn’t have any kids together. Somers has only one son and three granddaughters. As of 2021, she resides in Malibu along with her family. Somers has been criticized on several occasions for her views regarding the medical field. Even during the time when she suffered breast cancer, she wanted to treat herself with traditional medicines.