|Full name||Susan Jane Miller|
|Know as||Susan Saint James, Saint James, Susan|
|Birth place||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Age||71 years, 7 month, 3 days|
|Height||5' 6½" (1.69 m)|
|Spouse||Dick Ebersol, children|
|Children||William, Teddy, Harmony Lucas, Sunshine Lucas|
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Susan Jane Miller Biography:
Following the show ended in 1971, she took on her next big part on McMillan & Wife. Playing Sally, the crime-fighting wife of a police commissioner played by Rock Hudson, she won over crowds with her charm and character. After numerous movie appearances through the 1970’s, she returned to television with all the situation comedy Kate & Allie (1984). She was nominated twice for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy for her part as divorced mother, Kate McArdle.
Celebrity. Created Susan Jane Miller on August 14, 1946, in La, California. Best remembered for a series of television characters, Susan Saint James played a divorced mother on Kate & Allie, a crime-fighting partner on McMillan & Wife, and also a career woman in The Name of the Game.
Susan Saint James began her career as a teen model and caught her first big acting break using the 1966 television movie, Fame is the Name of the Game. This finally resulted in her first television series, The Name of the Game, that was according to the film and debuted in 1968. The show took an advanced method of storytelling; it’d several distinct narratives that centered on a publishing company, and Saint James’s character, editorial assistant Peggy Maxwell, functioned as a mutual connection involving the lead characters.
Following the show ended in 1971, Susan Saint James took a lead character in her next show McMillan & Wife with Rock Hudson. Playing the kooky, yet brilliant wife of a police commissioner, she won over crowds with her wit, style, and good looks. Observers also loved the dynamic between both principal characters as they sought to solve crimes in San Francisco. Saint James left the show in 1976.
Taking a rest from show television, Susan Saint James appeared in numerous films and television movies in 1970s and 1980s. Her character in How to Beat the High Cost of Living (1980) presented her comedic abilities and teamed her up with Jane Curtin and Jessica Lange. Several years after, Curtin and Saint James worked together again on the situation comedy Kate & Allie. The pair played best friends who decide to reside and raise their kids together in Nyc after their various divorces, making a new, albeit temporary family for themselves. Saint James’s ex-hippie, successful travel agent Kate McArdle played away of Curtin’s more old-fashioned, suburban homemaker Allie Lowell. Audiences and critics alike reacted warmly to the show and its own fair depiction of women rebuilding their lives and families after divorce.
The show finished around the exact same time as the arrival of Susan Saint James’s fifth kid, Edward “Teddy” Ebersol, in 1989. She also had a son as well as a daughter from her second marriage to Tom Lucas. Saint James stepped from the limelight and focused on her family, leading a quiet life in Litchfield County, Connecticut. She became active in the city and even began an on-line gift basket company located in the region.
The three family members were heading home following a vacation to Colorado when their chartered plane crashed soon after takeoff. She and her family have discussed openly several times about their heartbreak, including a 2006 appearance on Oprah Winfrey’s talk show.
In 2008, Saint James received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in acknowledgement of her work. She described it as “a compliment of the best honour,” according to Entertainment Tonight.