Susan Ward has been nominated for several other awards including Golden Globe Award and Satellite Awards. Susan Ward was born in 1944 and grew up in Ohio, where her mother came from. Susan Ward has always had an interest in art, writing, and film and actually studied art while in high school. Before moving to Hollywood to study acting, he also attended the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Susan Ward has been in many films and has played the role of aunt, grandmother and even a maid in a film. Most of her credits have been in movies or TV series where she played the role of a loved one or aunty or grandmother. Susan Ward has been nominated three times for the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role and was also nominated for an Honorary Academy Award for her work in the films The Secret Life of Bees and Here Lies Love. Susan Ward has been uncredited as the official producer on some of his films and as the “chief creative officer” on many others.
Susan Ward has certainly had a long and interesting career in film and TV. She has played the same characters (or roles) at different times and in different genres, but has never really managed to find a career that really fits who she is. Susan Ward’s most notable film is Born Out of Cancer (1990), directed by Terry Gilliam. The film failed to be a box office hit, but it became famous due to its cult status and the performance of Susan Ward.
Susan Ward has also tried her hand at writing several screenplays, but she has not been successful in this endeavor. His uncredited screenplay contribution to Bill & Ted’s Outstanding Adventure (also with David Seidler) drew criticism from those in the industry, but it is interesting to note that the film did not receive the film treatment or script treatment. Despite the low budget and lack of script, Bill & Ted’s Outstanding Adventure received widespread critical acclaim and became a very popular film. Susan Ward later wrote a book-length screenplay about the same characters, called Afterburner.
|pet / nick name|
|nationality||United States of america|
|profession||television actress, model|
|Original||United States of america|
Age, Dob, Birthplace, Zodiac, Star Sign
|Susan Ward Age (Present)||45 years, 1 month, 26 days|
|Date of Birth (DOB)||Thursday, April 15, 1976 (m/d/y) Thursday, April 15, 1976 (m/d/y)|
|birth place||Monroe, Louisiana|
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|alive or dead|
|Date of Death (DOD)||– (m/d/y)|
|after death Time||Not Applicable|
Susan Ward also served uncredited as an assistant to noted author John Grisham, but following Grisham’s success, she remained his assistant for the next five years before leaving to pursue her career. It is unclear whether Susan Ward ever received any recognition for her efforts. On the other hand, some may point to Susan Ward’s novel Bitter Sweet (based on the life of author Mark Twain) as the basis for Grisham’s other books. While Susan Ward is never credited as a writer, Bitter Sweet has been made into a feature length motion picture, which was later made into a television series.
Susan Ward has also worked as a production assistant and set designer in several films and TV shows. The show Spooks (starring David Strathairn) was filmed by Universal Studios as well as a spinoff of the same franchise with Showtime. Susan Ward has also acted as a writer and director on several films and one of them was The Secret, which was written by screenwriter Robert Townes. He also served as a consultant on the film adaptation of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. Other films Susan Ward has starred in include Who Framed Roger Rabbit and You Don’t Mess with the Zohan. Susan Ward is best known for her work on the television series Bewitched as well as the movie version of The Da Vinci Code.