• Suzanne Cryer was born in 1967 in New York state.
• She has a degree in English Literature from Yale University and a master's degree from Yale School of Drama.
• She is best known for her roles in "Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place" and "Silicon Valley".
• She has a net worth of ~$1.7 million.
• She is married to Gregory Luke and has three children.
Known for movies
|Fact||Has 3 children with her husband.|
- 1 Who is Suzanne Cryer?
- 2 Suzanne Cryer Wiki: Early Life, Siblings, Parents, and Education
- 3 Career Beginnings
- 4 The 2000s and Career Decline
- 5 Career Resurgence
- 6 Suzanne Cryer Net Worth
- 7 Do You Know About Suzanne’s Personal Life, Marriage, Husband, Children?
- 8 Internet Popularity
- 9 General Info
- 10 Accomplishments
- 11 Social profile links
- 12 Facts
- 13 Pictures
- 14 Movies
Who is Suzanne Cryer?
Born Suzanne Rossell Cryer on the 13th January 1967, in Rochester, New York State USA, she is an actress, probably best known to the world as Ashley Walker in the TV comedy series “Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place” (1998-2001), and as Laurie Bream in another sitcom – “Silicon Valley” (2015-2018). She also had a notable guest-starring role in the sitcom “Seinfeld” in 1997.
Suzanne Cryer Wiki: Early Life, Siblings, Parents, and Education
She went to Greenwich High School in Greenwich, Connecticut and matriculated in 1984, upon which she enrolled at the Yale University, from which she graduated with a degree in English Literature. Her education didn’t end there as she continued on at the Yale School of Drama, and received a master’s degree.
Then a few years later I decided maybe a little makeup and hair would be helpful. #oldheadshotday pic.twitter.com/aiSI8NfnFv
— Suzanne Cryer (@IamSuzanneCryer) April 28, 2018
The 2000s and Career Decline
Suzanne was at the peak of her career in the late ‘90s and early 2000s, as since then her career has declined somewhat, unable to secure in any notable role until the mid- 2010s. However, she still made numerous one-time appearances in such TV series as “Bones” and “CSI: Miami” both in 2006, then “Desperate Housewives” (2007), “The Starter Wife” in 2008, and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” in 2011.
It was only in 2013 that Suzanne’s career started re-developing, when she firstly secured the recurring role of Jenna Paul in the TV series “The Fosters” (2013-2018), and concurrently in 2015 she was chosen for the part of Laurie Bream in the highly-acclaimed series “Silicon Valley” (2015-2018), and is now working on several projects, including the drama film “Regarding the Case of Joan of Arc”, scheduled for release late in 2018 and co-starring with Lili Bordan and Guinevere Turner.
Suzanne Cryer Net Worth
When your color palate matches @RuPaul you have to believe you did at least something right. pic.twitter.com/spoVRnxSJe
— Suzanne Cryer (@IamSuzanneCryer) September 18, 2017
Do You Know About Suzanne’s Personal Life, Marriage, Husband, Children?
She has been married to Gregory Luke since 2000, and the couple has welcomed three children. Suzanne and her family reside in Los Angeles, California.
It ain’t summer if kids aren’t picking up the @HardyBoysHome at beach house. And then peppermint ice cream after a bike ride. pic.twitter.com/E0GByqkkOH
— Suzanne Cryer (@IamSuzanneCryer) July 29, 2018
Twitter account which has over 5,000 followers and has made this social media account a personal one, sharing her opinions and ideas, including thoughts on motherhood, among many other posts. She is also active on Facebook.
|Full Name||Suzanne Cryer|
|Education||Yale University, Greenwich High School, Yale School of Drama|
|Movies||Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade, Wag the Dog, My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York, Friends & Lovers, The Happiest Day of His Life, Sex and the City, Six Letter Word, Teen Beach Movie, 10 Cloverfield Lane, Dead Silence|
|TV Shows||Two Guys and a Girl, Silicon Valley|
Social profile links
|1||Has 3 children with her husband.|
|2||Received her BA from Yale University with a degree in Literature.|
|3||Received her M.F.A. from Yale Drama School in 1995.|
|The Fosters||2013-2016||TV Series||Jenna Paul|
|Silicon Valley||2015-2016||TV Series||Laurie Bream|
|10 Cloverfield Lane||2016||Woman|
|Take It from Us||2015||TV Movie||Barbara|
|Teen Beach Movie||2013||TV Movie||Aunt Antoinette|
|Family Tools||2013||TV Series||Kitty|
|Six Letter Word||2012||Short||Marilyn|
|Get the Gringo||2012||Driver's Wife|
|The Closer||2011||TV Series||Emily Shaw|
|I'm in the Band||2011||TV Series||Dominique|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2011||TV Series||Dr. Jennifer Grier|
|Drop Dead Diva||2011||TV Series||Ms. Davis|
|Big Love||2011||TV Series|
|Medium||2010||TV Series||Joanna Spencer|
|Dexter||2009||TV Series||Tarla Grant|
|American Dad!||2009||TV Series||Unattractive Girl #2 / Hooker #1|
|Southland||2009||TV Series||Mrs. Davis|
|Nip/Tuck||2009||TV Series||Carrie-Mae Wells|
|The Starter Wife||2008||TV Series||Jolie Driver|
|Sex and the City||2008||Dog Rescue Woman|
|Without a Trace||2008||TV Series||Kathy Reed|
|Women's Murder Club||2008||TV Series||Mia Spalding|
|Criminal Minds||2007||TV Series||Susan Jacobs|
|Veronica Mars||2007||TV Series||Grace Schaffer|
|Grey's Anatomy||2007||TV Series||Caroline Klein|
|The Happiest Day of His Life||2007||Cynthia, the best woman|
|Desperate Housewives||2007||TV Series||Lynn Dean|
|Shark||2006||TV Series||Andrea Crosby|
|CSI: Miami||2006||TV Series||Julia Wells|
|Bones||2006||TV Series||Agent Pickering|
|The PTA||2006||TV Series||Martyr|
|Out of Practice||2005||TV Series||Janice|
|ER||2005||TV Series||Toni Stillman|
|Inconceivable||2005||TV Series||Annie Hillman|
|The King of Queens||2005||TV Series||Marcy Berger|
|Dr. Vegas||2004||TV Series||Kate|
|I'm with Her||2003||TV Series||Molly|
|The Drew Carey Show||2002||TV Series||Karen|
|It's Like, You Know...||1999-2001||TV Series||Kate / Kate the Anchorwoman|
|Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place||1998-2001||TV Series||Ashley Walker|
|Friends & Lovers||1999||Jane McCarthy|
|My Mother Dreams the Satan's Disciples in New York||1998||Short||Marika|
|Conrad Bloom||1998||TV Series|
|Wilbur Falls||1998||Katherine Devereaux|
|Wag the Dog||1997||Amy Cain|
|Caroline in the City||1996||TV Series||Rachel St. Augustine|
|Lifestories: Families in Crisis||1996||TV Series||Ava|
|New York News||1995||TV Series||Lorraine|
|Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade||1994||Short||Frances|
|Law & Order||1992||TV Series||Sandy|
|Home & Family||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|The 100 Greatest TV Quotes & Catchphrases||2006||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia