October 16, 1946 / Libra / Age 76
Suzanne Somers is an American actress, author, singer, businesswoman, and health spokesperson. She was born on October 16, 1946 in San Bruno, California, United States. Her birth name is Suzanne Marie Mahoney. Suzanne Somers's measurements are 34-25-35, she has natural breasts.
She is also known as Suzanne Marie Somers.
Suzanne Somers was a featured Playboy model in February 1980.
The ABC-TV sitcom series "Three's Company" and "Step by Step" are the two most well-known productions that Suzanne Somers has been involved with. However, during the 1980s, Somers also performed as a Las Vegas entertainer. In addition to her acting career, Somers became the face of the Thighmaster and served as its spokesperson. Beyond her entertainment career, Somers has established herself as a successful business executive, building a multimillion-dollar lifestyle empire. Serving as the president of ELO Somers and Port Carling Inc, Somers has created a vast array of products under her personal brand, including fashion, diet, beauty, and exercise products. These products are marketed through various channels, such as the Home Shopping Network, her website, and her direct sales organization called "Suzanne," similar in style to Avon or Tupperware. In addition to her business ventures, Somers has authored several best-selling self-help books, including "Ageless: The Naked Truth About Bioidentical Hormones," as well as two autobiographies, four diet books, and a collection of poetry titled "Touch Me." In 1980 and 1984, Suzanne Somers graced the cover of Playboy magazine, featuring nude pictorials. However, her first experience with the magazine dates back to February 1970, when she was still an aspiring model and actress. During a test photoshoot with Playboy photographer Stan Malinowski, Somers posed nude for a set of photos. Although she was offered the opportunity to become a Playmate candidate in 1971, Somers ultimately declined to pose nude for the actual shoot. Despite this decision, she later went on to appear on two Playboy covers, cementing her place in the magazine's history.