Susan Olsen was born on 14th August 1961, and she is a prominent actress, voice actress, and singer originating from America. She has also formally performed as a radio host and regularly engages in animal rights activism. She is prominent for being in The Brady Bunch, where she played the role of Cindy Brady. She has been in the show’s entire run
Susan is originally from California, and she was born to DeLoice and Lawrence Olsen. She is the eldest of four Olsen siblings, and his other siblings are Christopher, Larry, and Diane Olsen. Christopher also established a successful child acting career and his roles are prominent in The Man Who Knew Too Much, a feature movie that came out in 1956.
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Olsen had a series of early supporting performances on TV, and some of her most well-known works were Gunsmoke, Ironside, and Julia. She has also appeared in The Trouble With Girls, a movie consisting of Elvis Presley, where Olsen played the role of a singing contestant who is squeaky-clean. She was just eight years old when she found an opportunity in The Brady Bunch cast, performing as Cindy Brady. She has also acted like an adult where she said that portraying that character made it difficult for her to make friends. The disliked performing in the second season’s Tattletale episode where Cindy creates rumors on her siblings. Her real-life peers still did not understand the main difference between actors and real life people as movies were pretty new to the general population there, so they shunned Olsen.
Olsen also has done performances in all reunion movies of Brady Bunch, but she was not in A Very Brady Christmas. The movie was filmed when Olsen went on her first honeymoon with her husband in 1988. In that movie series, Jennifer Runyon performed the role of Cindy Brady. But Olsen reprised her position with the prominent character in a short living spin-off named The Bradys, which aired on CBS. VH1 ended up ranking her as one of the hundred most outstanding child performers on film and television on number thirty-four in 2005. Olsen and her cast members found the honor of winning the Television Pop Culture Award by TV Land, and it is one of the handfuls of awards that The Brady Bunch cast ever won.
As a teen, Olsen used to be a Sindy Doll spokesperson, and it was created by Marx Toys in the middle of the 1970s. Olsen, as an adult, started doing graphic design as a hobby and also made a marketing campaign of the Converse glow-in-the-dark shoes they released in 1998. She has been employed as a host of a Los Angeles Talk Show on a radio station named KLSX till 1996 in collaboration with Ken Ober. She co-wrote and hosted another radio talk show collaborating with Allan Havey, a comedian, at the 2000 comedy world.
The current average net worth of Susan Olsen is about two million dollars. She has more than twenty movie, theatre, and talk show credits under her name. Besides that, she has also had a successful career in the marketing industry for extremely prominent companies.