Braun, Suanne 1968–
Braun, Suanne 1968–
Surname is pronounced like "brown"; born February 29, 1968, in South Africa; daughter of Max and Dawn Braun; married Christopher Garner (a psychologist).
Television Appearances; Series:
Host, Bon Voyage, c. 1988-93.
The Big Time, M.NET (South Africa), 1990.
Jillian Dupre, a recurring role, Silk Stalkings, USA Network, 1994-95.
Dotty-KY, Starhyke, 2006.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Erica, "'Twas the Heist before Christmas," Wings, NBC, 1995.
Hathor, "Hathor," Stargate SG-1 (also known as La porte des etoiles), Showtime, 1997.
Lindsey Buchanan, "Inferno," F/X: The Series, syndicated, 1998.
Hathor, "Out of Mind," Stargate SG-1 (also known as La porte des etoiles), Showtime, 1999.
Hathor, "Into the Fire," Stargate SG-1 (also known as La porte des etoiles), Showtime, 1999.
Sara Tyler, "When Nina Met Elliott," Just Shoot Me!, NBC, 1999.
Wendy Pollin, Fleshtone, Prism Pictures, 1994.
It's Murphy's Fault (also known as Murphy's Fault), Triax Entertainment Group, 1998.
Grandma Knipple, Fall of Knipple (short film), Two Moons Entertainment, 2003.
Tanya, Mamma Mia! (musical), West End production, 2007.
Appeared as Linda Porter in Easy to Love—The Cole Porter Story; also appeared in productions of Bedside Manners; Echoes; Lend Me a Tenor; Offbeat Broadway; Private Manners; The Secret Lives of Henry and Alice; Slice of Saturday Night; Things We Do for Love; and Whodunnit.
Appeared in touring production of Nunsense (musical).
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