Starring in a number of independent films and web series, she has been seen in 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. She can currently be seen as the eccentric Gloria Tussell in the web series Backstage Drama - winner of 2012 Telly Award, statewide (Michigan) Emmy® Award as well as a West Michigan Eclipse Award.  And is in the works with a new web series she co-created and plays lead role Judy Hirsch in 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.

 

 

Her love of theatre has lead her to star in several productions, such as:  the Broadway National Tour of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, receiving glowing reviews as sassy, brassy American tourist Muriel Banks - directed by Phil McKinley and choreographed by Vince Pesce,  the Off-Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World as Woman 2 at The American Actor's Theatre in NYC - the production marked the show’s highly anticipated return to New York, thirteen years after its debut, and in the national tour of  SPANK! The Fifty Shades Parody, receiving rave reviews as the deliciously wacky and somewhat lewd writer EB Janet to sold out audiences throughout the U.S. and Canada.  In Chicago, Sole appeared opposite Patti LuPone as the sultry and devilish Dolly Tate in a staged production of Annie Get Your Gun – directed by Lonny Price and Musical Director Paul Gemignani conducting The Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia.  The Chicago Sun-Times, Talkin’ Broadway, and other publications gave Sole favorable reviews, with comments like, “Suzanne Sole nearly stole the show as the scheming Dolly Tate.”

 

 

 

Since in Chicago, Suzanne has appeared in on-camera and voice over commercials -including a highlight for her when she played a kissing popcorn vendor in Playstation’s MLB  ‘Cubs Win” filmed at Wrigley Field. Sole also performed at The Venetian in Las Vegas, as well as at The Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, appearing in a live comedy show for The McDonald’s Corporation. 
 

 


Sole continues to create her own works and is currently in the midst of revamping her one woman show, The View from the Dumpster, which received standing ovations at Davenport's in Chicago, as well as in post production for web series The Hirsches Care About the Earth due to come out soon, and working on her new music project, duo: BECK & SOLE



 

Suzanne is represented by:


Theatrical representation:   Paula Muzik @ Innovative Artists NY 


Voice-over representation:   NV Talent

 

 


Click to hear Suzanne's newest music project:    BECK & SOLE

 

 

Click to hear Suzanne's commercial voice over demo:     suzannesolenvtalent

 

 


Suzanne Sole is based in Chicago.​
 

about

​As you know, Suzanne is hot.  A graduate of the Second City Conservatory in Los Angeles and The Annoyance Conservatory in Chicago, Sole has appeared on the stages of Second City,  Acme Theatre, HBO Workspace, The Globe, Comedy Sports, The Annoyance, and Guerrilla Tango Theatre just to name a few, and has been a guest performer in some of Hollywood’s premiere sketch festivals, such as Comedy Cocktail and The Los Angeles Sketch Fest.




In Los Angeles, she teamed up with fellow performers  to create sketch group The Hollywood Players, in which she wrote and performed to multiple sold-out runs in theatres throughout Hollywood.  Sole moved on to create, write, and perform in Peep Show, an all-female sketch show performed at the HBO Workspace which also enjoyed sold out runs.




Making her way to stand-up comedy, she quickly found herself one of the ten finalists in The Rebels of Comedy Stand-up Contest, held at the famous Friars Club in Beverly Hills. She began performing regularly at comedy clubs like The Hollywood Improv and The Ice House, among many others in Los Angeles.