Susan Olsen Net worth

Susan Olsen Net worth

How Much Is Susan Olsen's Net Worth? 

Susan Olsen is an American Actress and Radio host with a net worth of $2 million. She is best known for playing the youngest Brady child, "Cindy Brady", on the popular television sitcom "The Brady Bunch".

Quick Facts About Susan Olsen

Susan Olsen's Net Worth $2 Million
Age 60 years old
Date of Birth Aug 14, 1961
Place of Birth Florida, United States
Height 5 ft 2 in (1.575m )
Gender Male
Nationality United States of America
Profession Actor

Who Is Susan Olsen? Wiki, And Age Explored

Susan Olsen was born on August 14, 1961. Susan, 60 years, was born in Santa Monica, California. She was the youngest of four children of her mother DeLoice Olsen and Lawrence Olsen.


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She was raised with her siblings Larry, Christopher, and Diane. Christopher is also an actor. She started her television career from age of nine. Susan is available on Instagram with 15.2k followers. She is also quietly active on Facebook and Twitter.

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What Is Susan Olsen's Net Worth And Career?

Susan Olsen has a net worth of $2 Million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Susan is most famous for her role in the '60s hit show, "The Brandy Bunch", playing the role of the baby, "Cindy Brady", just before she turned eight. "The Brady Bunch" officially ended in 1974 after running for five seasons on ABC from 1969.

The sitcom "The Brady Bunch" has spawned a number of reunion films and spinoff series which included the variety show "The Brady Bunch Hour", "The Brady Girls Get Married" and "The Brady Brides". The series was also adapted into a satirical film "The Brady Bunch Movie" in 1995.

She received a salary of $1,100 per week as an actor for the sitcom. Susan got opportunities to play in many of the television series like, "Ironside," "Julia," and "Gunsmoke". She was then featured in the film in the Elvis Presley movie "The Trouble with Girls," in 1969, where she played the role of singer in a singing contest.

Olsen has also appeared in a number of television films and series outside of her very successful movie. In 1970, She has played in the Disney television film "The Boy Who Stole the Elephant" in 1990 and again, in 1999, she played for an episode in the crime drama "Pacific Blue."

She has earned a fortunate income from her roles in other soap operas and reality shows like, "The Young and the Restless", "Gimme My Reality Show", "The Great Halloween Puppy Adventure", "Holiday Road Trip" and "Blending Christmas".

Susan also earned a much fortunate amount from being in the graphic design business. She has also helped market glow in the dark Converse shoes. Susan Olsen has co-hosted a talk show with Ken Ober at the Los Angeles radio station KLSXin 1996. Again, She later released the coffee table book "Love to Love You Bradys: The Bizarre Story of The Brady Bunch Variety Hour".

Is Susan Olsen Still Married?

Susan Olsen has been married multiple times to date. She was first married to a kickboxer, Steve Ventimiglia from 1988 to 1990. After separation from him, In 1995, Olsen again married medical equipment salesman Mitch Markwell. She welcomed a son, Michael Markwell with Mitch. He was born in 2004 and has grown to be 18 years. She got divorced from Mitch when her son was just five years.

After her second divorce, she was again married for the third time to a comedian, Chris Fonseca. He is also known as "Crazy Legs". They split their time between Olsen's house in Los Angeles and Fonseca's at Colorado Springs.

Susan has been involved in a firing controversy in December 2016, when she was fired from her radio show "Two Chicks Talkin' Politics". She was fired due to a heated argument with gay actor Leon Acord-Whiting where Olsen made use of multiple homophobic slurs. She failed to apologize and told that it was just "Fake News".

Interesting Facts About Susan Olsen

  • Susan has served as the spokesperson for "Marx Toys' Sindy doll".
  • She has participated in an art exhibition in 2012, at Fullerton, California called "Art with an Agenda: An Exhibit Inspired by Kelly Thomas."