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Susan Sarandon (Susan Abigail Tomalin) was born on 4 October, 1946 in Jackson Heights, New York, NY, is an American actress. Discover Susan Sarandon's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 75 years old?

Popular As Susan Abigail Tomalin
Occupation actress,producer,soundtrack
Age 75 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 4 October 1946
Birthday 4 October
Birthplace Jackson Heights, New York, NY
Nationality NY

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Susan Sarandon Height, Weight & Measurements

At 75 years old, Susan Sarandon height is 5′ 7″ .

Physical Status
Height 5′ 7″
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Who Is Susan Sarandon's Husband?

Her husband is Chris Sarandon (m. 1967–1979)

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Husband Chris Sarandon (m. 1967–1979)
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Children Eva Amurri, Miles Robbins, Jack Henry Robbins

Susan Sarandon Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Susan Sarandon worth at the age of 75 years old? Susan Sarandon’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from NY. We have estimated Susan Sarandon's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Lorenzo's Oil (1992)$3,500,000
The Client (1994)$5,000,000
Moonlight Mile (2002)$7,500,000

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Is a grandmother, via daughter Eva Amurri Martino and son-in-law Kyle Martino, of granddaughter Marlowe (b. August 9, 2014) and grandsons Major (b. October 19, 2016) and Mateo (b. March 13, 2020).


In 2011, she bought a penthouse "bachelorette" pad atop townhouse on West 9th Street, Manhattan, just blocks from the West 15th Street duplex she had shared for many years with Tim Robbins.


Inducted into the 2010 New Jersey Hall of Fame for her services and contributions to Arts and Entertainment.


Launched a table tennis bar called "Spin New York". [June 2009]


Was listed as a potential nominee on the 2008 Razzie Award nominating ballot. She was suggested in the Worst Supporting Actress category for her performance in the film Mr. Woodcock (2007). However, she failed to receive a nomination.


One of eight women, also among them Sophia Loren and author Isabel Allende, carrying the Olympic flag at the 2006 Winter Olympic Games' opening ceremony in Turin. [February 2006]


In 2005, she and the rest of the chief creative team behind the 11-part radio documentary, "Leonard Bernstein: An American Life", a chronicle of the legendary American musical giant's life and career, were recipients of the (George Foster) Peabody Award bestowed by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia at the 64th presentation of the honor. The Peabody is the premiere international prize given for electronic (i.e. television and radio) media.


She was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6801 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on August 5, 2002.


Supported Ralph Nader during his 2000 Presidential Election campaign.


Arrested for disorderly conduct during a protest in New York over the unarmed shooting of African immigrant Amadou Diallo by four policemen. [March 1999]


Ranked #35 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]


Chosen by People (USA) magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful in the world. [1996]


As co-presenters of the 1993 Academy Awards, Susan and her former partner, Tim Robbins, seized a chance to bring public attention to the plight of a few hundred Haitians with AIDS who had been interned in Guantanamo Bay.


In 1992, the National Society of Film Critics named her as their runner-up for best actress for her performance in Lorenzo's Oil (1992).


In 1991 and 1992, she was the New York Film Critics Circle's runner-up pick for their annual best actress of the year prize. In 1991, she was chosen the runner-up for her landmark performance as half of the now-iconic duo in director Ridley Scott's modern-day western, Thelma & Louise (1991). In 1992, she was the group's runner-up for her heartbreaking turn in director George Miller's fact-based drama, Lorenzo's Oil (1992).


The result was four Academy Award nominations in the 1990s and best actress for Dead Man Walking (1995).


Has two sons with Tim Robbins: Jack Henry Robbins (b. May 15, 1989) and Miles Robbins (b. May 4, 1992).


More than 15 years after beginning her career Sarandon at last actively campaigned for a great role, Annie in Bull Durham (1988), flying at her own expense from Rome to Los Angeles. "It was such a wonderful script. . . and did away with a lot of myths and challenged the American definition of success", she said. "When I got there, I spent some time with Kevin Costner, kissed some ass at the studio and got back on a plane".

Her romance with the Bull Durham (1988) supporting actor, Tim Robbins, had produced two sons by 1992 and put Sarandon in the position of leaving her domestic paradise only to accept roles that really challenged her.


Has a daughter from relationship with Franco Amurri: Eva Amurri Martino (b. March 15, 1985).


Parents separated in 1982, after forty years of marriage.


Received a 1979 Drama Desk Award nomination for "Best Actress in a Play" for her off-Broadway debut, opposite Eileen Brennan, in playwright John Ford Noonan's two-character piece, "A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking".


Furter in The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975).


Two recent graduates of Catholic University in Washington DC, went to an audition in New York for Joe (1970), Chris Sarandon (who was passed over) and his wife Susan. Chris brought her along on the audition and she got her big break with a major role: Susan Compton, the daughter of ad executive Bill Compton (Dennis Patrick). In the movie Bill kills Susan's drug-dealer boyfriend, then befriends Joe (Peter Boyle)-- a bigot who works on an assembly line and collects guns. Five years later, Sarandon made the film where fans of cult classics have come to know her as Janet, who gets entangled with transvestite Dr. Frank N.


Susan Sarandon was born Susan Abigail Tomalin in New York City, NY, to homemaker Lenora Marie (Criscione) and Phillip Leslie Tomalin, an advertising executive. She is of Italian descent on her mother's side and English, Irish, Welsh, and German on her father's. After the 1968 Democratic convention there was a casting call for a film with several roles for the kind of young people who had disrupted the convention.


Attended Catholic University of America 1964-1968, majoring in military strategy. Met and married Chris Sarandon there (by priest who was head of Department).


Is one of two actresses who won an Oscar for playing a nun. The first was Jennifer Jones in The Song of Bernadette (1943).


Is listed along with Geena Davis on the 24th place in AFI's Hero Top 50.


Daughter of Lenora Marie (Criscione) and Phillip Leslie Tomalin (1917-1999), an advertising executive, television producer, and nightclub singer.


In 1916, her grandfather Giuseppe/Joseph Vincent Criscione immigrated to the United States from Ragusa, Sicily, where he was born in 1901. Today, Susan is an honorary citizen of Ragusa and the city gave her the "Ragusani nel Mondo" award. Susan's maternal grandmother, Anita Rigali (aka Evelyn Fiorentino; 1907-1984), was the daughter of emigrants from Coreglia, Province of Lucca, Tuscany, Italy.