Suzanne Somers' Granddaughters Echo Her Beauty, But Did They Inherit The ‘Three's Company' Star's Talent?

Date May 24, 2019 11:41

Iconic blonde actress Suzanne Somers has passed down her beauty and talent all the way down to the millennial generation in her family. She is well known for her role as a bubbly blond in the TV hit series Three's Company.


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Her only son

With a career that spanned over decades, legendary actress Suzanne Somers had only one child, son Bruce Jr. from her marriage to Bruce Somers.


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She was, however, unhappy in the marriage, and started having an affair with her former drama teacher. Her husband ended the marriage after he found out. Then, she turned to modeling to support herself and her son.

Though she got pregnant again in her second marriage to Alan Hamel, the actress had an abortion, as she wasn’t ready to care for another child.


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Talented granddaughters

It appears that Suzanne’s granddaughters - Camelia, Violet, and Daisy may have inherited the creative and talented side of their family.

After growing up in Los Angeles, it makes perfect sense that the grandchildren of the legendary actress would be interested in creating a career for themselves in the entertainment industry.


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Camelia Somers following in her grandmother’s footsteps is a recurring actress on CBS daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful.

Her sister Violet Somers lives a creative lifestyle as a photographer. She also launched her own line of custom painted tennis shoes.


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Daisy, the third granddaughter is the lead singer of a self-titled band. Her musical project is described as 'jazz surf soul'.

In their chosen fields, all girls have even appeared on their grandmother’s talk show, The Suzanne Show, to discuss health and wellness before it was canceled.


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Legendary career

As a guest on Fox News, the iconic actress reflected on her life and amazing career. Suzanne talked about when she first got into the show business and how she got to know Johnny Carson.

She said her acting career started with small roles including a number of talk shows to promote her book of poetry.


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It looks like talent sure runs in Suzanne Somers family!