Susan Lanier
American television and film actress
Susan Lanier
Susan Lanier-Bramlett better known as Susan Lanier, is an American film, television actress and entertainer. Born as Susan Jean Engledow in Dallas, Texas to Gene and Dorothy Lanier Engledow, she moved to New York City to pursue an acting career in 1967 where she attended New York University. After appearing in numerous off Broadway productions, TV commercials, and indie films in which she appeared as Jean Lanier, she relocated to Los Angeles in 1974.
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Full Specs Revealed: Image Entertainment's The Hills Have Eyes on Blu-ray - Dread Central
Google News - over 5 years
Susan Lanier (“Welcome Back Kotter”), James Whitworth (Planet of Dinosaurs, The Hills Have Eyes Part II) and genre favorite Michael Berryman (Weird Science, The Devil's Rejects) star in the film that spawned one sequel, and as well as the 2006 remake
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Blu-ray Cover Art: Wes Craven's The Hills Have Eyes - Dread Central
Google News - over 5 years
Look for this 1977 frighfest starring Dee Wallace, James Whitworth, Susan Lanier, and Michael Berryman in stores on September 6th. Official word and special features to be announced shortly. The Carters are an all-American family on their way to
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Delaney Bramlett, 69, Pop Singer and Guitarist
NYTimes - about 8 years
Delaney Bramlett, a singer and songwriter whose bluesy, gospel- and country-flavored music influenced Eric Clapton and George Harrison among others, and whose songs were covered by popular musicians ranging from Ray Charles to Sonic Youth, died Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 69. The cause was complications after gall bladder surgery, his wife,
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Delaney Bramlett, Singer-Songwriter and Slide Guitarist, Dies at 69
NYTimes - about 8 years
Delaney Bramlett, a singer and songwriter whose bluesy, gospel- and country-flavored music influenced Eric Clapton and George Harrison among others, and whose songs were covered by popular musicians ranging from Ray Charles to Sonic Youth, died Saturday in Los Angeles. He was 69. The cause was complications after gall bladder surgery, his wife,
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Review/Architecture; The Genius Of California Visits SoHo
NYTimes - over 24 years
IF nothing else, "Angels and Franciscans" ought to shake New York's complacent faith in its innate cultural superiority. California is a vibrant center of American architecture today, and this small show of work by 11 architects based in Los Angeles and San Francisco picks up the good vibrations. The show's New York-based curators, however, have
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Beyond the Master's Voice
NYTimes - over 25 years
Architects are not like dancers, and even less like footballplayers: Their careers develop slowly and peak late. To be a young architect is almost never to be a star, celebrated and possessed of an individual style. It's much more often to be a work in progress, an artist in the process of becoming. And that process almost always involves forming
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STYLE MAKERS; Abby Sher: Museum Founder
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Abby Sher, daughter of a developer who built shopping centers in Orange County, Calif., remembers conversations about ''tenant mix'' at the family dinner table. So when visitors attend the inaugural show of the Santa Monica (Calif.) Museum of Art on Sept. 15 - a museum she founded within a shopping complex she developed - they can, for
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Susan Lanier
    FIFTIES
  • 2005
    Age 57
    Lanier became a portrait photographer for magazines, book covers, album covers, etc., and in 2005 was voted one of LA's top ten photographers by Backstage West.
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  • 2003
    Age 55
    She starred in 2003 in the Los Angeles theatrical production of "Last of The Honkey Tonk Angels".
    More Details Hide Details On December 27, 2008, she was widowed when her husband, musician Delaney Bramlett, died from complications of gall bladder surgery.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1977
    Age 29
    Lanier also starred as Sandi Chandler on the television series Szysznyk from 1977 - 1978.
    More Details Hide Details She was a series regular on Tony Orlando and Dawn's Rainbow Hour for a season on CBS doing stand-up and comedy sketches with the show's guests. In the late 1970s, Lanier starred at The Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles in a production of Tennessee Williams' (né Thomas Lanier Williams, to whom, like actress Diane Ladd, she is related) The Night of the Iguana, which starred Richard Chamberlain. In the 1980s, Lanier had her own country-blues band and performed in the LA club scene. She wrote music with her future and now late husband, legendary rock/blues artist, Delaney Bramlett, writer of "Superstar" and "Never Ending Song of Love" fame. She has one son, Eric Dylan Thomas, rhythm guitarist for the punk band, The Dickies. She continued to act in movies of the week such as, Her Life As A Man and Madame X, and had recurring roles on TV in the soap, Days of our Lives, and the sitcom, So Little Time with the Olsen twins.
    In 1977, Lanier starred in the original cult classic, The Hills Have Eyes.
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  • 1976
    Age 28
    In 1976, she starred alongside John Ritter and Joyce DeWitt in the second pilot for Three's Company on ABC.
    More Details Hide Details Lanier, who served as the original choice by the producers to portray the newly created character Chrissy Snow, replaced Susanne Zenor in the cast when the characters, that were directly based from the original British sitcom Man About The House were done away with, but Lanier herself was then replaced by Suzanne Somers.
  • 1974
    Age 26
    After appearing in numerous off Broadway productions, TV commercials, and indie films in which she appeared as Jean Lanier, she relocated to Los Angeles in 1974.
    More Details Hide Details Lanier had a guest appearance on Welcome Back, Kotter where she played John Travolta's girlfriend, Bambi. During the 1970s, she guest starred on shows such as Barnaby Jones, Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, Alice, Police Woman and Eight is Enough.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1967
    Age 19
    Born as Susan Jean Engledow in Dallas, Texas to Gene and Dorothy Lanier Engledow, she moved to New York City to pursue an acting career in 1967 where she attended New York University.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1947
    Born
    Born on August 1, 1947.
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