Susan Anton

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Susan Anton
Birth name Susan Ellen Anton
Born October 12, 1950 in Oak Glen, California, USA
Notable Roles
Notable Episodes
Awards

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
Mel & Susan Together Herself 1978 1
Presenting Susan Anton Herself 1979 1

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Murder, She Wrote Christine Clifford 3x05 - Corned Beef and Carnage November 2, 1986
Hotel Linda Davis 4x22 - All the King's Horses May 27, 1987
Murder, She Wrote Cynthia 6x05 - Jack and Bill October 29, 1989
Night Court Margo Hunter 7x17 - The Talk Show February 21, 1990
Quantum Leap Helen Le Baron 3x04 - One Strobe Over the Line October 19, 1990
Blossom Suzy 2x10 - Expectations November 25, 1991
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 3x01/02 - River of No Return September 20, 1992
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 3x05 - Pier Pressure October 11, 1992
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 3x12 - A Matter of Life and Death January 10, 1993
Civil Wars Cassie Strait 2x13 - Dances with Sharks January 19, 1993
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 3x17 - The Tower February 14, 1993
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 4x01/02 - Race Against Time September 25, 1993
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 4x03 - Lover's Cove October 2, 1993
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 4x06 - Tentacles (1) October 23, 1993
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 4x09 - Ironman Buchannon November 13, 1993
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 4x13 - The Red Knights January 29, 1994
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 5x01 - Living on the Fault Line (1) October 1, 1994
Baywatch Jackie Quinn 5x02 - Living on the Fault Line (2) October 8, 1994
Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher Mrs. Lewis 1x18 - My Mother the Star February 19, 1997
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Jenny Coswold 11x18 - Bedtime March 31, 2010

Specials

Title Role Airdate Series/Banner
Jim Nabors' Christmas in Hawaii Herself December 11, 1981
Night of 100 Stars Herself March 8, 1982

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
Super Password June 9-13, 1986

Awards and Accolades

Golden Globe Awards

(1 Nomination)

Trivia

  • had a Top 40 with "Killin' Time" in 1981