Born in Montreal, Canada, Suzanne began tap dancing at the age of 3. After studying ballet and jazz with Eddy Toussaint for many years, she joined his dance company. She appeared on several TV shows in her homeland before Miller-Reich hired her as a lead dancer for shows in the USA. She starred in “Fantastique” for a long run at the Sheraton Bal Harbour in Miami Beach, then at the Sands Casino in Atlantic City and at the Condado Plaza in San Juan, Puerto Rico. She then joined a show called “Hooray for Hollywood” that went on an international tour to Spain, Switzerland and Japan. She also choreographed a show in which she danced on the “Song of America” cruise ship from RCCL.
After studying voice in New York City and winning “Smirnoff Makes you a Star” national impersonator competition, she began her career as a tribute artist with Greg Thompson Prod. at Showboat in Tokyo and then at Caesar’s Casino in Atlantic City. In 1992, Suzanne headlines at the Sand’s Hotel in Puerto Rico in “Hollywood Legends” which went on for 4 years and gave her the opportunity to increase her repertoire as Liza.
Suzanne debut’s in “Legend in Concert” show was in 1996 at Bally’s Grand in Atlantic City. In 2001, she had an 8 month run with the show at the Imperial Palace in Las Vegas where she received rave reviews. For a few months every year, she still joins the cast of “Legends” in Branson, MO, Myrtle Beach, SC, and at Foxwoods Casino in CT.