Suzanne Sommers Net Worth is $100 Million (as of 2020)
It has been stated that the overall size of Suzanne Sommers net worth is as high as 100 million dollars, according to recent calculations. Suzanne Sommers has earned her net worth mainly through her career as an actress and author. However, she is also known as a businesswoman and singer. Suzanne Sommers, as an actress, is probably mostly known for her involvement in TV shows and the one which made her a success is considered to be “Three’s Company”, where she appeared as Chrissy Snow. In addition to this show, she has also appeared in “Step by Step”, where her role was that of Carol Lambert. Thus, her career as an actress has been one of the main sources of increasing the total estimate of Suzanne Sommers net worth.
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Later, she started her career as an author, which has also increased her fame and wealth. She has published numerous self-help books, autobiographies, poetries and diet books. One of her best sellers became “Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones”, which was published in 2006. Thus, the sales of her books have also served as an important source of increasing the overall size of Suzanne Sommers net worth.
Suzanne Sommers is also a spokesperson and she has received a lot of controversy because of some thoughts she has expressed about medical issues and treatments. In addition, Suzanne Sommers was criticized by the American Cancer Society because of her information spreading about alternative cancer treatment.
Suzanne Sommers was born in 1946 in San Bruno, California. She was born into an Irish-American family, where she was the third out of four kids. Her mother was a medical secretary, whereas her father was working as a gardener. After graduation from high school, Suzanne Sommers was studying at San Francisco College for Women, which is not functioning anymore.
In the period of 1969-1970 Suzanne Sommers was appearing on the TV show called “Anniversary Game”, where she appeared as a prize model. The host of this show was Alan Hamel, who later became Suzanne Sommers’s husband, too. In 2001 Suzanne Sommers reported that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She also announced that she decided to treat it with alternative means.
Talking more about her TV work, which made her famous and increased Suzanne Sommers net worth, she has appeared in “The Rockford Files”, “Match Game”, “Zuma Beach”, “Keeping Secrets”, “Full House”, amongst many others.