Suzanne Rogers : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography

Suzanne Rogers  is an American actress with film and television credits Her stage name was inspired by Ginger Rogers know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography

Suzanne Rogers : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography
Suzanne Rogers

Bio
Full Name Suzanne Rogers
Date of Birth July 9, 1943
Place of Birth Midland, Maryland, U.S.
Husband Sam Groom(m. 1980; div. 1982)​
Children 3
Net Worth  $5 miliion ( estimated)
Profession Actros and Philanthropist
Parents  Pete and Edna Crumpler

Suzanne Rogers  is an American actress with film and television credits. Her stage name was inspired by Ginger Rogers, whom she cites as a personal inspiration for joining the entertainment industry. Rogers got her start as a dancer/performer at New York City's Radio City Music Hall, but she is best known for playing Maggie Horton, a role she originated and has played since 1973 on the NBC dramatic serial Days of Our Lives.

Early Life and Family

Rogers was born in Elliot Lake   alittle town in northeast Ontario  where her parents, Suzanna and Miklos, had immigrated to from Budapest, Hungary.

The family later moved to London, Ontario.Rogers attended grammar school in London, but she completed her education at the Salzburg International prep school in Austria. She returned to London to attend the University of Western Ontario, where she graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in politics .

Suzanne Rogers Husband

Rogers married Sam Groom in 1980. They divorced in 1982.She lives in Studio City, California

As Philanthropist

Her fundraiser series, Suzanne Rogers Presents (SRP), partners with notable designers including Oscar de la Renta, Marchesa,Zac Posen, Diane von Fürstenberg and Victoria Beckham.2014’s Suzanne Rogers Presents Zac Posen gala was the catalyst for the documentary House of Z.

Rogers has provided continued support to Toronto's Ryerson University, Faculty of Communication and style . In October 2016, Ryerson University announced the launch of the Suzanne Rogers Fashion Institute (SRFI) made possible through a $1 million donation from the Edward and Suzanne Rogers Foundation to Ryerson's Faculty of Communication and style . The SRFI Fellowship program serves to complement subsequent generation of Canadian design talent and bridge the transition between education and practise.

Rogers served as Chair of Covenant House's anti-trafficking "Just sort of a Girl You Know" campaign and honorary chair of The Butterfly Ball, in support of the Boost Child & Youth Advocacy Centre.She also served as Honorary Chair of the Governor General's humanistic discipline Awards Gala from 2015–2017, and may be a member of the annual fundraising event Scrubs within the City, benefitting the Hospital for Sick Children.In June 2020, Rogers joined the Board of the SickKids Foundation.

Beyond her philanthropic ties to the style industry, Rogers may be a Founding Ambassador and Jury Member of the annual Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards and benefactor of the "Suzanne Rogers Designer Grant for International Development". Past recipients include Greta Constantine and Sid Neigum. Rogers also funded the $25,000 Suzanne Rogers Award for many Promising New Label at the Toronto Fashion Incubator's annual gala.

Controversy

In May 2021, Rogers posted an Instagram Story posing with former U.S. President Donald Trump at his private club, Mar-a-Lago, in Palm Beach , Fla., captioned, “A Special thanks to End the Night!”The post caused an instantaneous backlash from members of the Canadian apparel industry a number of whom interpreted Rogers' social media post as implicit endorsement of racism .

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