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Susan Wands


Susan Wands is an actress, known for Loving (1983), Imagine I'm Beautiful (2014) and Come Home Raquel (2011). See full bio »
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Known For

Loving
Loving Sherri Rescott Watley #1 (1985)
(1983)
Imagine I'm Beautiful
(2014)
Come Home Raquel
Come Home Raquel Nina's Mother
(2011)
Bite Me
Bite Me Pam
(2018)

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 2018 Bite Me (filming)
Pam
 2014 Imagine I'm Beautiful
Dorothy
 2012 The Good Wife (TV Series)
Secretary
- Another Ham Sandwich (2012) ... Secretary
 2011 Come Home Raquel
Nina's Mother
 2010 Boardwalk Empire (TV Series)
Mrs. O'Neil
- A Return to Normalcy (2010) ... Mrs. O'Neil
- The Emerald City (2010) ... Mrs. O'Neil
 2008 Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
Mrs. Moss
- Neighborhood Watch (2008) ... Mrs. Moss
 1999-2005 Law & Order (TV Series)
Sara Jobson / Dr. Cameron
- Dining Out (2005) ... Sara Jobson
- Haven (1999) ... Dr. Cameron
 1989 ABC Afterschool Specials (TV Series)
- A Town's Revenge (1989)
 1983 Loving (TV Series)
Sherri Rescott Watley #1 (1985)

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(October 16 to 23, 1987) She acted in Felicia Londre's compilation, "Wanderers," in a Brown-Forman Classics in Context Festival production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Arthur Burns, La Clanché Du Rand and Frederic Major in the cast. Frazier W. Marsh was director. See more »
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Currently starring in the Clarence Brown Theatre's production of "The Triumph of Love" at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

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