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Susan Allison was born as Susan J. Alvarez. She is an actress, known for Awake (2012), Days of Our Lives (1965) and Boston Public (2000). See full bio »
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Known For

Awake Doctor
Days of Our Lives
Boston Public
Boston Public Emily Ward
Angels Don't Sleep Here


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (15 credits)
 2013 Days of Our Lives (TV Series)
- Episode #1.12064 (2013) ... Rosa
 2012 Awake (TV Series)
- That's Not My Penguin (2012) ... Doctor
 2011/II Here I Am (Short)
 2006 Passions (TV Series)
Woman Bystander
- Going to India (2006) ... Woman Bystander
 2004/II The Call (Short)
 2004 Able Edwards
Mary Lou Edwards
 2003 Charmed (TV Series)
Burned Woman
- My Three Witches (2003) ... Burned Woman
 2002 Angels Don't Sleep Here
Mary Daniels
 2002 Philly (TV Series)
Jury Foreperson
- Brotherly Love (2002) ... Jury Foreperson
 2000-2001 Boston Public (TV Series)
Emily Ward
- Chapter Nineteen (2001) ... Emily Ward
- Chapter One (2000) ... Emily Ward
 1999 It's a Miracle (TV Series documentary)
Robin Nisius
- Asleep at the Wheel (1999) ... Robin Nisius
 1998 Tasteless (Short)
 1995 Lunarcop
Miranda (as Susan J. Allison)
 1993 Good Girls Don't
Waitress (as Susan J. Allison)
 1982 Slapstick of Another Kind
Xtra (uncredited)

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Other Works:

"Subway" quick-serve restaurant commercial.

Alternate Names:

Susan J. Allison


5' 5" (1.65 m)

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Worked at Great Lakes Steel on a blast furnace.

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