Susan Gordon Net Worth

Susan Gordon was born on July 27, 1949 in  St. Paul, Minnesota, United States, is Actress, Soundtrack. Susan Gordon was born on July 27, 1949 in St. Paul, Minnesota, USA as Susan Lynn Gordon. She was an actress, known for Tormented (1960), The Five Pennies (1959) and Ben Casey (1961). She was married to Avraham Aviner. She died on December 11, 2011 in Teaneck, New Jersey, USA.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day July 27, 1949
Birth Place  St. Paul, Minnesota, United States
Age 71 YEARS OLD
Died On December 11, 2011(2011-12-11) (aged 62)\nTeaneck, New Jersey, U.S.
Birth Sign Leo
Cause of death Thyroid cancer
Occupation Actress
Years active 1958–1967
Height 5'00" (1.5m)
Spouse(s) Avraham Aviner (m. August 14, 1977 – Her death)
Children 6
Parent(s) Bert I. Gordon (father) Flora M. Gordon (mother)

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

1958

Gordon was born in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the daughter of film Director Bert I. Gordon and his wife Flora (Lang). Susan began her career, at age eight, as a last minute substitute for another young Actress in 1958's Attack of the Puppet People, directed by her father, who subsequently directed her in three additional films — The Boy and the Pirates, Tormented (both 1960) and 1966's Picture Mommy Dead, her final film. In 1959, she acted and sang in the semi-biographical film, The Five Pennies, playing the daughter of musician, Composer and bandleader Red Nichols, portrayed by Danny Kaye.

1959

On television, Gordon appeared in The Twilight Zone episode "The Fugitive", as Jenny, a child with a leg brace who befriends an alien. Other series included Gunsmoke, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, My Three Sons, The Danny Thomas Show, Route 66, Ben Casey, and The Donna Reed Show. On November 27, 1959, Gordon appeared in the live NBC Television broadcast of Miracle on 34th Street.

2011

She was a resident of the New Jersey township of Teaneck, a suburb of New York City, where she had settled after returning to her Jewish roots and marrying Avi Aviner, who had been a communal leader to the Jews of Tokyo. She died on December 11, 2011, due to thyroid cancer and was buried in Kedumim. She was survived by her parents, husband, six children, five grandchildren, two sisters and a half sister.