As you know, Suzanne is hot.
An alumnus of the Second City and Annoyance Theatre Conservatories in Los Angeles and Chicago, and with a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Vocal Performance from Temple University in Philadelphia, Suzanne has appeared on comedy and music stages around the country performing stand-up, sketch, improv, musical comedy, blues and jazz. In stand-up comedy, she was one of the top ten finalists in The Rebels of Comedy Stand-up Contest, held at the famous Friars Club in Beverly Hills, and performed regularly at comedy clubs like The Hollywood Improv and The Ice House, among many others in Los Angeles.
She has starred in a number of independent films and web series that have gone to several film and comedy festivals including World of Comedy International Film Festival and Giggleshorts International Film Festival in Toronto, The Guerilla Film Festival in Tribeca, and The Los Angeles Film Festival.
SUZANNE AS MURIEL EUBANKS IN DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNRELS NATIONAL TOUR
SUZANNE AS GLORIA TUSSEL IN BACKSTAGE DRAMA WEB SERIES
She can be seen in the web series Backstage Drama - winner of 2012 Telly (Michigan) Emmy® Award and is currently in post production for a new web series she co-created and stars, The Hirsches Care About The Earth.
In television, Sole appeared as Shirley Partridge in VH1’s pilot, The New Partridge Family, written and produced by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein for Sony Television, and has co-starred in NBC’s Chicago PD, Joey, TBS pilot What News?; It’s So Over on the E! Network; and Lifetime’s Strong Medicine.
Theatre credits include: Muriel Eubanks in the Broadway National Tour of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, directed by Phil McKinley and choreographed by Vince Pesce; as Woman 2 in the Off-Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World at The American Actor's Theatre in NYC directed by Debbie Slevin; as EB Janet in the North American tour of SPANK! The Fifty Shades Parody, directed by Jim Milan; and opposite Patti LuPone as Dolly Tate in a staged production of Annie Get Your Gun – directed by Lonny Price, Musical Director Paul Gemignani with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia.