Susan Morgan Net Worth

Susan Morgan Net Worth is
$20 Million

Susan Morgan Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Susan Morgan (née Susan (Sue) Dyson, pen name: Zoe Barnes) (20 July 1957 - 31 October 2009) of Cheltenham was a best-selling English author of Chick lit genre.She was born near Liverpool to a Manx mother and Yorkshire father. Her Chick lit novels, written under the pen name of Zoe Barnes, include, Bouncing Back, Bumps, Hitched, Hot Property, Ex-Appeal, Love Bug, and Just Married. She also wrote erotic fantasy and vampire novels under the names Sophie Danson, Valentina Cilescu, and Anastasia Dubois. She also translated French novels (including those of Christian Jacq) under the pen name of Sue Dyson. Morgan was a singer (mezzo-soprano) and had been a member of Equity. She suffered from Tolosa Hunt Syndrome and Marinesco–Sjögren syndrome.Suffering from depression, Morgan committed suicide while on holiday in the Isle of Man in 2009 at the age of 52. She was survived by her husband Simon Morgan.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of Birth1957-07-20
ProfessionMiscellaneous Crew, Production Manager, Producer


Booky Makes Her Mark2006TV Movie creative head: CBC drama
At the Hotel2006TV Series creative head - 6 episodes
Da Vinci's City Hall2005-2006TV Series creative head - 13 episodes
Intelligence2005TV Series creative head - 1 episode
Murder Unveiled2005TV Movie creative head: drama: CBC
Da Vinci's Inquest1998-2005TV Series creative head - 91 episodes
Whiskey Echo2005TV Movie creative head of drama: cbc
Open Heart2004TV Movie creative head of drama: CBC
H2o2004TV Series creative head - 2 episodes
Human Cargo2004TV Mini-Series head of drama - 3 episodes
Sex Traffic2004TV Mini-Series creative head of drama - 2 episodes
Wind at My Back1996-2001TV Series creative head - 65 episodes
Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy1999-2000TV Series creative head - 26 episodes
Sleeping Dogs Lie1998executive: CBC
Nothing Too Good for a Cowboy1998TV Movie creative head, tv dramatic series: CBC
The Newsroom1997TV Series creative head - 1 episode

Production Manager

Rookie Blue2011TV Series executive in charge of production - 10 episodes
A Wind at My Back Christmas2001TV Movie executive in charge of production: CBC
Straight Up1996TV Series executive in charge of production - 6 episodes
Avonlea1994-1996TV Series executive in charge of production - 39 episodes


Cracked2013TV Series creative producer - 13 episodes

Known for movies

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