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Susan Lucci

Susan Lucci

American actress
Susan Lucci was born on December 23, 1946, in Scarsdale, New York, to Jeanette (Granquist) and Victor Lucci, a building contractor. She is of Italian (father) and Swedish, German, and French (mother) descent. Susan grew up in Garden City.Wikipedia
BornDecember 23, 1946
HometownScarsdale, New York (state), United States
Net worth$80 million
Height5'2" (1.57m)
SpouseHelmut Huber
ChildrenLiza Huber, Andreas Huber
ParentsVictor Lucci, Jeanette Lucci
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Sherri Shepherd, Bellamy Young and More Stars Tell Us What Beauty Product They Can’t Live Without

Sherri Shepherd, Bellamy Young and more female celebrities exclusively told Us Weekly which beauty products they keep in their bag — and what they can’t live without. “I always put those little things you have under your eyes [in my purse],” Shepherd, 56, exclusively told Us at the American Heart Association Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection Concert on Wednesday, January 31. “[I] walk around with my little eye pads on.” Shepherd revealed that she “always” keeps MAC’s chestnut lip liner and lipstick on hand as well, teasing she “probably has, like, 12 of them.” Getty Images (2) Susan Lucci agreed with Shepherd, telling Us that in addition to concealer she can’t live without her lip liner. “If it’s in the brown family [and] if you got deserted on an island, you could also mush it around on your eyes,” Lucci, 77, joked, noting that it’s “multipurpose.” Susan Lucci. Randy Brooke/Getty Images Young, 53, said she is all about her eye makeup. “They will pry a brow pencil out of my cold dead hands,” she said with a laugh. “I must have a brow. That’s my bottom line. It’s brow and mascara. Dior brow. That’s the one I always have in my purse.” Katherine McNamara revealed to Us on Wednesday that mascara is her top beauty product. When asked how she “preps” for a big event, the Walker: Independence actress, 28, said she keeps it simple. The Most Breathtaking Celeb Makeup-Free Moments of 2023: Nia Long, Anne Hathaway, and More “I was always taught to clean your skin and moisturize it,” McNamara said, sharing, “I’ve got the same products that my grandma used.” Shepherd told Us that she stays focused on being relaxed prior to a red carpet or work event. “I get a massage so I can chill out,” she explained. The Best Celebrity Haircuts, Colors, Extensions and More New Styles of 2024  Yvonne Orji also told Us that a massage is a must, saying, “You get on the red eyes. I’m all around living and walking. If you all want to see me walk down this runway, I’ve got to be relaxed.” Model Brandi Rhodes was in total agreement. “I absolutely would get a massage every week if I could figure it into my schedule,” Rhodes, 40, dished to Us. “Facials are great. Don’t miss out on a facial.” Watch the exclusive Us Weekly video above to see how all your favorite stars prep for an event — and what they keep in their bags.
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AWARDS

YearAssociationsCategoryWorkResult
2002Emmy (Daytime)Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama SeriesAll My ChildrenNominated
2001Emmy (Daytime)Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama SeriesAll My ChildrenNominated
1999Emmy (Daytime)Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama SeriesAll My ChildrenWinner
1998Emmy (Daytime)Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama SeriesAll My ChildrenNominated
1997Emmy (Daytime)Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama SeriesAll My ChildrenNominated
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