Family and Personal Life
Susan Lucci has sailed through successful married life with two thriving children. Grandmother of four kids, she belongs to mixed ethnicity as her parents hail from varied ancestry.
A native of Scarsdale, New York, Lucci is the daughter of building contractor, Victor Lucci and his wife Jeanette (Granquist). Her mother is from Swedish, German and French lineage whereas her father belonged to Italian descent. She also has a brother named James Lucci.
- Parents: Victor Lucci and Jeanette Lucci
- Husband: Helmut Huber (m. 1969)
- Children: Liza Huber and Andreas Huber
- Marital Status: Married
Graduating from Garden City High School in 1964, she enrolled at Marymount College in Tarrytown, New York. It was 1968 when she graduated from Marymount with a degree in drama. Rising up in Garden City, she attends various art classes and performed in Community Theater.
On 13 September 1969, Susan Lucci married Helmut Huber who is an Austrian businessperson. The couple is proud parents of television starlet Liza Huber and blooming golfer, Andreas Huber. They are also grandparents of Royce Alexander, Brendan, Hayden Victoria and Mason Alexander, all bore by their daughter Liza.
Still sharing same sparks of love and romance, the couple is almost set to rejoice their golden anniversary.
Body Measurements and Lifestyle
Susan Lucci rapidly proceeding to 72 but with juvenile skin and escalating elegance. Regarding her youthful looks, there flood rumors of plastic surgery, however, the actress denied the gushes like other Hollywood chics.
Susan Lucci body measurements are 35-25-35 inches along with the height of 5 feet 1 inches. Flaunting a well-toned banana-shaped body, she usually appears in posh attires collaborated with diamond stud ornaments. Determined for preserving her fit body, she regularly workouts that include Pilates and consumes less calorie-containing foods.
- Height: 5 Feet 1 Inches (1.54m)
- Body Measurements: 35-25-35 Inches
- Plastic Surgery: Yes
- Weight: 48 KG (105 lbs)
Also known with her nicknames “Looch” and “La Lucci”, she wears a bra size of 32C along with a dress size of 4 US. The evergreen brunette beau is said to undergone Botox, chemical peeling, lip filler, and cheek implants. Having her own skin care collection, she loves to take avid care of her skin and teeth to retain glowing beauty.
Enchanted by intellectual writings, Lucci is fond of luxurious vacations and lip smacking delicacies. She is inspired by nature and its mesmerizing beauty. In her free time, she loves to roll up with golf court with her family and grandchildren. Moreover, she is a passionate tennis player and a pet lover.
Susan Lucci is Emmy-winning actress who has honored a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Giving phenomenal performance penetrating deep into the skin of the character, she garnered fame with her role in hit series “All My Children” on ABC. Let’s lookout through her gleaming career that established her as The Queen of Daytime.
Moving to New York City to pursue her career in acting, Lucci auditioned for various projects and understudied many Broadway productions. In 1969, she made her debut in silver screen with the movie “Goodbye, Columbus” however, her breakthrough role is considered as Erica Kane in “All My Children”.
- (1970-2011): Portrayed Erica Kane in ABC’s “All My Children”
- 2000: Hosted Emmy Awards
- 2011: Published an autobiography “All My Life: A Memoir”
- (2010-Present): Hosts documentary series “Deadly Affairs” on Investigation Discovery
- (2013-2016): Appeared as Genevieve Delatour in the series “Devious Maids”
Playing as Erica Kane, Lucci earned 19 nominations for Daytime Emmy Awards finally winning it in 1999. Moreover, she also received Gracie Allen Awards, Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Made in New York Award in 2005. Her other awards include Muse Award, People’s Choice Award, and Soap Opera Digest Award, Lucy Award and Ride of Fame Award.
She also appeared in Emmy Award and Golden Globe-winning 1986 television film “Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna”. Her other roles credit includes “The Love Boat”, “Young Doctors in Love”, “Fantasy Island”, “The Fall Guy”, “That’s So Raven, “Army Wives”, “Devious Maids”, and “Hope & Faith”. She arrived as a special guest star in nighttime CBS series “Dallas” in six episodes.
Lucci appeared in A Christmas Carol’s updated version “Ebbie” in 1995 and movies like “Between Love and Hate”, “French Silk”, and musical “Annie Get Your Gun”. In 2012, she appeared in TV Land series “Hot in Cleveland” as a competitor of Wendie Malick in the episode “Life with Lucci”.
In 2008, Lucci participated in ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” season 7 alongside Tony Dovolani ending in the sixth position. Besides acting, a versatile actress also released an autobiography “All My Life: A Memoir” on 29 March 2011. Moreover, she co-owns skincare collection named “Youthful Essence” with partner Guthy-Renker.
Net Worth and Salary 2018
Susan Lucci, the Queen of Daytime, has left no stone unturned to shine bright and grow bigger. Playing in top-rated series like “All My Children” and marking her appearance in numerous other projects, she has accumulated an immense net worth enough to be stated as a millionaire.
Susan Lucci net worth is estimated $45 million and earned a salary of $1 million per annum in 1991. Honored with multiple awards and listed among the influential people in the world, she has played iconic roles that gave chills to the audience and has built an empire by self.
- Salary: N/A
- Net Worth: $45 Million
Launching luxurious skin care line and fragrance “La Lucci”, she adds up extra fortunes on the bulking assets.