Acting is one of the most interesting, highly regarded and financially rewarding forms of creativity. Influenced by mega industries like Hollywood, it has become an art that millions of people around the world want to participate in, but very few get to experience. This select group of people who can experience a career as an actor or actress includes Susannah Flood, an actress who stormed into the limelight with her appearance in the ABC drama “For The People”. Susannah Flood plays the character, Kate Littlejohn, in the series.
She is working hard to build a career that could very well take her to the top of the art world. Before she appeared in For The People, she already had other appearances on shows like Chicago Fire and Deadbeat.
In this article, we’ll look at her life, background, and career to date and read on to learn more.
Susannah Flood’s biography and age
Since entering the industry, Susannah Flood has made it her duty to keep details of her life away from the media, and as such, there is very little information about her background, including her date of birth. All we know so far is that she was born in New York City and grew up in Manhattan.
Given the economic landscape of Manhattan, it is believed that Susannah Flood grew up in a comfortable family and received a good education. After completing her high school education, Susannah Flood went to the University of California, where she was an exceptional student and graduated summa cum laude at the top of her class.
While in college, she was a member of the Women’s Lightweight Crew, where she combined her athletic interests with her academic career. After graduating, Susannah Flood began her acting career at the Roundabout Theatre on Broadway, where she appeared in the stage play The Cherry Orchard. She also appeared in other stage productions such as Effect and Tribes, Scenes From A Marriage, Love & Information, As You Like It and several others.
Her on-screen appearances began in 2015 when she starred in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Sarah Keller. In the same year, she appeared as Athena in three episodes of Chicago Fire as a recurring character.
The following year, Susannah Flood was not so busy on screen, appearing in only one episode of Deadbeat and playing an unnamed character simply referred to as the “Tattooed Ghost. The same continued in 2017 for Susannah, who only appeared in the short film Crowddating in the role of Jennifer.
After a couple of years with smaller roles and limited appearances on screen, Susannah Flood got her chance to show what she can do when she was cast as one of the main characters in the ABC show For The People. In the series, she plays the character Kate Littlejohn and is one of the best actresses in the series.
In For The People, Susannah Flood plays an LGBT character who is in a relationship with another character, Anya Ooms, played by actress Caitlin Stasey. However, as far as we know, this is the extent of her gay life and it is believed that she is a heterosexual woman in real life.
While her roles on screen have their known love interests, Susannah Flood has no known partner, which all indicates that she is currently focusing on nurturing her growing career.
Susannah Flood has spent a comparatively short time in the industry, but during this time she has built up a presence that has made her recognizable both by the quality of her services and her physical profile.
She is 1.5 meters 7 inches tall, which is well above the national average for US women. Her body weight is unknown, but it is obvious that she has a moderate height that complements her body and gives her a healthy and admirable appearance.
Other noticeable features of her body are her blonde hair and blue eyes.
Family Facts About Susannah Flood
When it comes to her family, as mentioned above, very little is known about her so far. However, as an individual, here are some interesting facts about her –
– Susannah Flood likes to swim.
– She is a big fan of the show, the RuPaul’s Drag Race.
– Her favorite activities include watching old movies and reading. Her favorite books and movies are Middlemarch and It’s A Wonderful Life.