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Suzanne Petri

SAG,  AEA,  AFTRA

Grossman & Jack Talent, Inc.

312-587-1155

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    Contact:

    Agency Contact Type Location
    Hamilton, Shirley 312-787-4700 TV & TH VO Chicago

    Physical Characteristics:

    Gender: Female
    Height: 5' 8"
    Weight: 145 lbs.
    Hair: Blonde
    Eyes: Hazel
    Dress Size: 12
    Pant Size: 12
    Bust/Chest: 40"
    Waist: 30"
    Body Type(s): Average
    Portrayable Age: 45 years - 65 years
    Portrayable Ethnicities: Australian,  British,  Caucasian/White,  Dutch,  French,  German,  Irish,  Lithuanian,  Polish,  Romanian,  Russian,  Scandinavian,  Scottish
    Disability Information:

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    Credits
    SuzannePetri.com http://www.suzannepetri.com
    Actor Bio
    Suzanne Petri is a proud ensemble member of American Blues Theater. A Jeff nominated actor, she recently played Grandma in "Tobacco Road" with ABT and Lysistrata for the Poetry Foundation at Victory Gardens Theater. She was seen in "Kid-Simple," "The Hairy Ape," "Two Rooms," "A Lie of the Mind," "The Threepenny Opera," "The People's Temple" and "Oklahoma!" Her show, "Marlene Muzik," A Tribute To Marlene Dietrich: The Actress, The Music, The Desire, receives raves as do her many musical concoctions. She was honored with the Gold Coast Award for Cabaret excellence, the After Dark Award for Outstanding Cabaret Artist and she is the president emeritus of the Chicago Cabaret Professionals. Her film and TV work includes "Wednesday's Child," "Lac du Flambeau," "Just Visiting," "Milwaukee, Minnesota," "Early Edition" and "Evil Has A Face." Look for Suzanne and husband Bob Breuler's upcoming "SuzBo Entertainment Events."
     

    Skills and Training:

    Special Skills
    Actor, Bartender, Painting, Photographer, Pianist, Saxophone, Yoga
    Languages
    Italian - Conversational Spanish - Conversational German - Conversational French - Conversational
    Other Skills
    Award winning cabaret artist: Marlene Dietrich, Edith Piaf, Jazz and Pop
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