Suzanne Ford - Biography

Suzanne Ford, seen lately in "Manson Family Vacation," trained in New York with Stella Adler and William Esper. She has appeared in over 100 stage productions there, on tour and in regional theatres around the country.

In Hollywood she has worked extensively in television and film, guest starring on shows including "Criminal Minds," "Anger Management," "The Middle," "Monk," "Bones," "How I Met Your Mother," "House," "That 70s Show," "Las Vegas," "Friends" and many others.

Feature film work includes leading roles in independent films including the recent hit "Manson Family Vacation," starring Jay Duplass, soon to be released on Netflix. Other indies include festival award winning "You and Me," "MoniKa," "God's Country" "Darkening Sky" with Rider Strong, "Uncross the Stars" with Barbara Hershey and Ron Perlman, and "Of Silence" with writer/director/star Jeremiah Sayys. She played supporting roles in Joel Silver's thriller, "The Apparition," starring Ashley Greene and Tom Felton, "The Informers," starring Kim Basinger, Mickey Roarke, Brad Renfroe and Billy Bob Thornton, and "You, Me & Dupree," starring Matt Dillon, Kate Hudson, Owen Wilson and Michael Douglas.

She has appeared in dozens of theatre productions on the west coast, most recently at International City Theatre starring as Polly Wyeth in "Other Desert Cities," and as Goneril in "King Lear," at Pacific Resident Theatre. She will soon be seen in a workshop production of a new play, "Will," by playwright Bruce Glassman, opening in late September at PRT. Other theatre credits include understudying Annie Potts in the hit play, "Aftermath," and plays at The Laguna Playhouse, La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, Rogue Machine Theatre and frequently at Pacific Resident Theatre, where she is a member. She lives in the Hollywood Hills with her husband, Alan Toman.