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Susanne Zenor
Born November 26, 1947 (1947-11-26) (age 62)
Louisville, KY, U.S.[1]
Occupation Actress
Years active 1970 - 1980
Spouse(s) Edward Mallory (1980-2007, his death)

Susanne Zenor (born November 26, 1947) is an American actress best known for the role of Margo Anderman Horton on Days of our Lives.

Zenor's career began in 1970 with the movie The Moonshine War (1970) in which she portrayed Miley Mitchell. Zenor appeared in the Woody Allen movie Play It Again, Sam (1972) in which her name was listed as Suzanne Zenor. She also played Alda Wadsworth in The Baby (1973) and was credited as Suzanne Zenor. She also appeared as one of Stockard Channing's victims on TV in Joan Rivers' dark comedy The Girl Most Likely to... (1973), which co-starred Edward Asner.

Zenor made many television guest appearances during the 1970s. She appeared in shows such as McMillan and Wife, Love, American Style, M*A*S*H, Six Millon Dollar Man (episode Pilot Error as Airman Jill Denby) and Barnaby Jones. In 1976, she appeared in ABC's original pilot to Three's Company playing the naive blonde, Samantha. She starred alongside John Ritter and Valerie Curtin. A second pilot followed, with Susan Lanier in the role of Samantha, now called Chrissy. Eventually, the role went to Suzanne Somers.

In 1977, Zenor started playing the role of Margo Anderman Horton on the soap opera Days of our Lives. Zenor left the role in 1980. Zenor was married to her Days co-star Edward Mallory.

References

  1. ^ "Stupid blonde...super snob...or the girl next door?". Louisville Times: 1B. 1970-10-17.  

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