Susan Olsen Net Worth

How much is Susan Olsen worth?

Net Worth: $2 Million
Date of Birth: Aug 14, 1961 (59 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 2 in (1.575 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Last Updated: 2020
Susan Olsen Net Worth:
$2 Million

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Actor Susan Olsen has a networth that has to be considered modest.

Susan Olsen net worth and salary: Susan Olsen is an American actress and radio host who has a net worth of $2 million. Born in Santa Monica, California, Susan Olsen began acting while in elementary school, and by age seven, had played pivotal roles in such projects as “Julia”, “Ironsides”, and “Gunsmoke”. She rose to national fame appearing as Cindy Brady, in the hit 70s show, “The Brady Bunch”. She played the role of Cindy from 1969-1974, and reprised the role on “The Brady Variety Hour”, in the television movie, “The Brady Girls Get Married”, in the cartoon, “The Brady Kids”, and in the short-lived early 90s series, “The Bradys”. She moved away from on-camera performance for many years, launching a successful graphic design career, including designing shoes for Converse, and serving as a radio talk show host. She has appeared on television intermittently since the late 70s, with roles on such programs as “Pacific Blue” and “The Young and the Restless”. She is also a very active animal rights advocate. In late 2016, Susan lost her job as a Los Angeles talk radio host after it was revealed she had sent controversial messages to a guest.

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Inspirational Quotes by Susan Olsen

I had wanted to be a regular character on a series for a while. ‘The Brady Bunch’ was an answer to a prayer.

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I believe in small government and people taking care of themselves.

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These days kids get paid enough that they probably don’t need to work too much. The problem is when the person is old enough that they need to work to make a living, and the only thing that they know how to do is what they are already washed up in.

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In the end, I realized that I just didn’t like acting enough to put up with the stereotype and I didn’t really think I was good enough to transcend it.

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Thank you for making a web site for me. I was so surprised when I found it.

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