Susan Olsen was born on Monday, August 14, 1961 in Santa Monica, California. She is a former American child television actress and current animal rights activist.
Biography and Career:
Susan Olsen was born in Santa Monica, California and she is the youngest of four children. She has two older brothers Larry and Christopher (and a sister Diane. Her brother Christopher was a child actor, and he is popular for his role in The Man Who Knew Too Much.
As an adult she has articulated that portraying Cindy made peer relations difficult for her as a child. She has also said that the episode she dislikes the most is the "tattletale" episode in which Cindy snitches on her brothers and sisters. Because of the episode, she was avoided by her real-life peers who did not understand the di
fference between actors and their characters.
On April 22, 2007, she and her other cast members were honored with the TV Pop Culture Awards on the TV Land Awards. This was the first award that she had ever won. Though her other cast member Robert Reed was suffering on and off the sets she developed a good on and off screen relationship with him along with Florence Henderson who the role of her mother.
She was seen on Cartoon Network's talk show Space Ghost Coast to Coast in its twenty-sixth episode "Switcheroo" with Cassandra Peterson as "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark". Since 1998 she has also been an advocate for migraine sufferers. She explained about her headaches on Larry King Live.
Birth Name: Susan Marie Olsen
Height: 5'3" (160 cm)
She has a son Michael who was born in 1996 and he was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome in 2004.
Being born on Aug 14, Susan is a Leo.
Susan Olsen had studied at William Howard Taft High School, Woodland Hills, California and then Susan attended the Pierce College.
Why do we like her?
People like Susan Olsen because of her cute expressions she brings on her face with ease.
Why is Susan Olsen famous?
The naturally blonde-headed Olsen is best known for her role as Mike & Carol Brady's (played by Robert Reed and Florence Henderson) youngest daughter, Cindy Brady, on the 1970s television sitcom The Brady Bunch for the full run of the show, from 1969 - 1974. Her book, Love to Love You Brady's was published by ECW Press in September, 2009.
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