Birth name: Susan French (23 January 1912 – 6 April 2003; age 91) was the actress who appeared as Sev Maylor in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode " Man of the People ". She Also Had a Recurring Role in The CBS TV Series "Cagney and Lacey" as Mrs. Skimmins.
French died in 2003 of natural causes in Santa Monica, California at the age of 91. French died on 6 April 2003 of natural causes in Santa Monica, California. Susan was a seasoned veteran stage, television and film actress.
Elle reçoit sa première nomination à l'Oscar de la meilleure actrice en 1982 pour Atlantic City et connaît deux d… Her final television appearance was an episode of Picket Fences with Roy Brocksmith, Robert Joy, and Ray Walston. Susan French (23 January 1912 – 6 April 2003; age 91) was the actress who appeared as Sev Maylor in the Star Trek: The Next Generation sixth season episode "Man of the People".
Veteran actress Susan French appeared as Ms. Melny Trafford in the episode titled "The Color of Truth" in Season 1 of the "Quantum Leap" TV series.
Fellow Trek alumni Thomas Kopache and Jean Simmons also appeared in this movie. French acted in the soap opera Bare Essence (1982–1983). Susan is a feminine given name, from Persian "lily flower", from Egyptian sšn and Coptic shoshen meaning "lotus flower", from Hebrew Shoshana meaning "lily" (in modern Hebrew this also means "rose" and a flower in general), from Greek Sousanna, from Latin Susanna, from Old French Susanne. Susan was also the founder of the "Theatre 40" theatrical company in Beverly Hills.
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Her other film credits include House (1986, with Michael Ensign and Steve Susskind), The Verne Miller Story (1987, with Andrew Robinson and Armin Shimerman), and Younger and Younger (1993, with Sally Kellerman). She also appeared in episodes of The Alfred Hitchcock Hour ("The World's Oldest Motive," original air date April 12, 1965), Dallas, Falcon Crest, The Colbys, L.A. Law, Moonlighting, and Star Trek: The Next Generation. Mais c'est dans La Kermesse des aigles, où elle donne la réplique à Robert Redford, et dans le film culte The Rocky Horror Picture Show, dans lequel elle campe Janet Weiss, une jeune femme naïve, qu'elle se fait connaître. Her last film role was in 1995's Fist of the North Star, starring Malcolm McDowell and Clint Howard. Female Susan appeared in the TV movie People Like Us (1990). Place of birth: https://memory-alpha.fandom.com/wiki/Susan_French?oldid=2553426.
Susan French Moultrie (January 23, 1912 – April 6, 2003) was an American stage, television, and film actress. Susan is a feminine given name, from Persian "lily flower", from Egyptian sšn and Coptic shoshen meaning "lotus flower", from Hebrew Shoshana meaning "lily" (in modern Hebrew this also means "rose" and a flower in general), from Greek Sousanna, from Latin Susanna, from Old French Susanne. This article is about the given name. In 1987, French co-starred with Nana Visitor in an episode of The Colbys. Susan Boyle, née le 1er avril 1961 dans le West Lothian en Écosse, est une chanteuse britannique qui s'est fait connaître par sa prestation musicale dans le cadre de l'émission de télévision Britain's Got Talent. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Spécialiste en politique étrangère, elle est ambassadrice auprès des Nations unies de 2009 à 2013 et conseillère à la sécurité nationale de 2013 à 2017 sous la présidence de Barack Obama Biographie Jeunesse et formation. Character(s): After acting for years as a hobby in local repretoiry theatre, Susan, who began acting on Broadway stage with George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart's "Merrily We Roll Along", finally moved into films in 1968 at age 56 to play mature and elderly roles.