Suzanne Pleshette Birthday: January 31, 1937 Birth Place: New York, New York, USA Height: 0' 0"
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Suzanne Pleshette was born on January 31, 1937 in New York City, New York, the only child of Eugene Pleshette, who managed the Paramount and Brooklyn Paramount theaters during the big band era. Ms. Pleshette chose to attend the New York High School of the Performing Arts at twelve, then went on to Syracuse University, Finch College, the Neighborhood Playhouse, and Sanford Meisner's Acting School.
December 2000 - Announced her engagement to Tom Poston, age 79. Each had starred on a Bob Newhart Show, but not at the same time - she was in the 70s version, he was in the 80s. However, Poston appeared in a recurring role on the 70s version as Bob Hartley's old friend "Peeper" and "Cliff Murdock". Pleshette also appeared on the 80s version finale that is one of the best finales of all time -- a seque between the two shows.
Was the producers' original choice for the role on "Catwoman" on the "Batman" (1966) TV show. When negotiations broke down, the part went to Julie Newmar, who made it her own.
Appeared on Broadway with Maureen Stapleton and Eli Wallach in the play "The Cold Wind and the Warm".
Replaced Anne Bancroft in the Broadway play "The Miracle Worker" in the role of Annie Sullivan, for which she received excellent reviews. Pleshette later toured extensively in this role.
Stepmother of Francesca Poston and Jason Poston.
Childhood friend of Faye Michael Nuell (aka Faye Mayo) and Kari Champion (Widow of Gower Champion).
Undergoing chemotherapy treatment at Los Angeles' Cedar-Sinai Medical Center for lung cancer [August 10, 2006].