Suzanne Danielle English film and television actress

Suzanne Danielle (born 14 January 1957) is an English film and television actress, the wife of the golfer Sam Torrance. Danielle is a stage name; while growing up she was Suzanne Morris. Danielle trained as a dancer at the Bush Davies School of Theatre Arts in Romford, Essex, which was her home town, and also went to the Bedfords Park Community School in Straight Road, Harold Hill. At the age of 16, she appeared in the West End musical Billy (1974), starring Michael Crawford. As a result of that, she was invited to appear as a dancer on a Bruce Forsyth show called Bruce and More Girls. An admirer of Cyd Charisse, after leaving school Danielle joined a dance group called The Younger Generation. Danielle's first screen role as an actress was as a guest in an episode of The Professionals (Killer With A Long Arm), broadcast in January 1978. Her first film role was in The Wild Geese (1978), but her first credited part, in the same year, was for Carry On Emmannuelle

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Anonymous said...

Can't believe she's 55 , still a babe I'd give her one .