Ploughright, Suzanna Biography
biography of Ploughright, SuzannaSuzanna Christina Taylor
6 January 1995, Wilmington, North Carolina, USA (bone cancer)
Although uncredited for many, Suzanna worked small jobs for many films and commercials produced in Wilmington, North Carolina. She was also employed by the Cape Fear Filmmaker's Accord, and various equipment rental houses in the Wilmington area. She was the daughter of Irving Taylor, composer/songwriter who wrote "Swing, Mr. Charlie" for Judy Garland, "Everybody Loves Somebody" for Frank Sinatra (later, Dean Martin) and "Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb" for Edd Byrnes. He also wrote for Bob Newhart, Jonathan Winters, and Merv Griffin's TV shows. Also the daughter of Katharine Snell, who played the Cowardly Lion's Emerald City manicurist in "The Wizard of Oz."
Fan of Oz
- 'Jock Brandis' (qv) (1980 - 1989) (divorced); 2 children
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