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$500 Thousand
$200 Thousand Per Year
Feb 2, 1952 - Nov 11, 2014 (62 years old)
United States of America
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What was Carol Ann Susi's Net Worth?

Carol Ann Susi was an American actress who had a net worth of $500 thousand at the time of her death. Carol Ann Susi began her professional career in theater and then moved to film and television work in the mid-70s. She began her professional on-camera career with a recurring role on the television series, "Kolchak: The Night Stalker". From there, she went on to appear in such projects as, "The Big Rip-Off", "Rich Man, Poor Man", "Leave 'Em Laughing", "Outrageous Fortune", "The Secret of My Succe$s", "Simon & Simon", "Jake and the Fatman", "Who's the Boss", "Growing Pains", "Night Court", "Murphy Brown", "My Blue Heaven", "Head of the Class", "Married People", "Cheers", "Dougie Howser, M.D.", "Seinfeld", "Death Becomes Her", "A Different World", "Mad About You", "Blossom", "Married… with Children", "ER", "Six Feet Under", "The King of Queens", "Ugly Betty", "CSI:NY", and "Until Death". She is currently the voice of Mrs. Wolowitz on "The Big Bang Theory". Unfortunately, Carol Ann Susi died of cancer on November 11, 2014 at the age of 62.

Early Life

Susi was born on February 2, 1952 in Brooklyn, New York. She was born into an Italian-American family and grew up with one brother. For high school, she attended Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School in Brooklyn and graduated in 1970. She then studied acting at HB Studio in New York City and later moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting in the 1970s.


Susi made her first on-screen appearance in "Kolchak: The Night Stalker." On the show, she played the recurring role of the intern Monique Marmelstein in 1974. She appeared as the same character in the television film "Crackle of Death." The following year, she appeared in "McCoy" and "McMillan & Wife." In 1976, she appeared in "Rich Man, Poor Man."

In 1981, Susi landed a role in the television film "Leave 'em Laughing." A few years later, in 1984, she appeared in the film "Love Scenes." In 1987, She appeared in two films – "Outrageous Fortune" and "The Secret of My Success." She also appeared in the television series "My Sister Sam," "Simon & Simon," and "Jake and the Fatman." In 1989, she had roles in "Blood Red," "Wedding Band," and "Sea of Love" as well as in the television productions "Married to the Mob" and "Who's the Boss." She also landed a recurring role in the series "Generations" until 1990.

Susi was busy in 1990. She appeared in the films "My Blue Heaven" and "Masters of Menace." She also had roles in episodes of television series like "Growing Pains," "Night Court," "Head of the Class," "Adam-12," "Married People," and "Doner." She also appeared in a couple of episodes of "Murphy Brown." In 1991, she appeared in episodes of "Cheers" and "Doogie Howser, M.D." The following year, she landed roles in "Seinfeld," "Bob," "A Different World," and "Mad About You" as well as in the film "Death Becomes Her." In 1993, she appeared in the film "Under Investigation" and in the shows "Blossom" and "Good Advice." The following year, she appeared in "NYPD Blue" and "Big Daddy's Barbeque" followed by a role in "Pointman" in 1995.

Throughout the rest of the 1990s, she appeared in shows like "The Home Court," "ER," "Someone So Right," "Fired Up, "Just Shoot Me!" "Fired Up," "Oh Baby," "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch," "Becker," USA High," and "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child." She also had roles in films like "Wedding Bell Blues," "The Cottonwood," "Eat Your Heart Out," "Mafia!" and "Waiting for Woody."

Susi began the decade of the 2000s by appearing in television shows like "City Guys," "The King of Queens," "Rude Awakening," "That's Life," "Six Feet Under," "Just Desserts," "The Drew Carey Show," "Out of Practice," "Love, Inc." "That 70s Show," and "Journeyman." During this time, she also appeared in a number of films like "The Amati Girls," "Tempest Eye," "Cats & Dogs," "Duty Dating," and "Coffee Date."

In 2007, she landed what would become one of her prominent roles in "The Big Bang Theory." She voiced the character of Debbie Wolowitz, the mother of one of the main characters on the show, Howard Wolowitz. She never appeared on screen during the show but did voice the character in 40 episodes between 2007 and 2014. Her voice was also used in an episode in 2017 following her death.

While working on "The Big Bang Theory," Susi continued working on other television and film projects as well. She appeared in episodes of "Ugly Betty," "Grey's Anatomy," "Til Death" and "Robot and Monster." In 2008, she appeared in the film "Red Velvet." In 2011, she appeared as the character Mrs. Maccabee in the film "Just Go with It." A few years later, she appeared in her final film role, "A Life, Taken," as the character Ms. Mancuso.

Outside of film and television work, Susi has also done some work in other forms of media. She voiced a character on the video game installment of "CSI: NY." She also worked extensively in theatre throughout her career.

Personal Life and Death

Susi was not married during her life. In November of 2011, she was diagnosed with cancer and passed away a week later. She was then interred at the Saint Charles Cemetery in East Farmingdale, New York. At the time of her death, she was still voicing a character on "The Big Bang Theory." The character later passed in the series' eighth season.

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