Susanna Hoffs Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, DOB(Famous Birthday), Family, Husband, Net Worth

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Susanna Hoffs (Susanna Lee Hoffs)

Last Updated: 07 May, 2024 | Views: 332

Age: 65

Profession: Singer

Other Profession(s): Actress, Author, Musician, Song writer

Famous For: Manic Monday

Higher Education: University of California, Berkeley (BA)

Net Worth: $10 Million Approx.

Susanna Hoffs Birth Date, Sign, Religion, Nationality, Hometown

Date of Birth
17 Jan, 1959 (65 Years 04 Months 5 Days)

Birth Country
United States

Birth State/Province
California

Birth District
Los Angeles

Birth Sign
Capricorn

Religion
Jewish

Nationalities
American

Susanna Hoffs Early life, Education, Career, Awards, Achievements, Controversy, Unknown Facts

About (Profile/Biography):
Susanna Lee Hoffs was born on 17th January 1959. She is a singer, guitarist, songwriter, actress, and author. In 1981, Hoffs, Debbi, and Vicki Peterson founded the Bangles (formerly the Bangs). All Over the Place was their first full-length album, released by Columbia Records in 1984. Hoffs, Billy Steinberg, and Tom Kelly wrote the US top-ten hits "In Your Room" and "Eternal Flame" for the group's third album, Everything (1988). The group split in 1989 due to tensions within the Band, including resentment at Hoffs being viewed as the group's leader. In 1999, the Bangles reformed and released two albums.
Susanna Hoffs Career:
• Susanna Hoffs appeared in Tamar Simon Hoffs' films Stony Island (1978) and The Haircut (1982). Similarly, her mother directed the comedy film The Allnighter (1987), which was both a critical and commercial failure.
• Her first solo album was When You're a Boy, released in 1991, followed by Susanna Hoffs, released in 1996. 
Susanna Hoffs The Psychiatrists/The Unconscious
• Susanna Hoffs, her boyfriend David Roback (a former Palisades High School mate), and his brother Stephen Roback started a band called the Psychiatrists, or the Unconscious. Hoffs was a Berkeley student at the time.
• Susanna Hoffs remembered that the short-lived group performed for 50 minutes to reflect psychiatrists' working hours.
Susanna Hoffs The Bangles
• I.R.S. Records' Miles Copeland saw the Bangs at a show and signed them to his Faulty Products label. She had previously signed the Go-Go's, whose albums were commercially successful.
• In 1984, Columbia Records released The Bangles' first full-length album, All Over the Place, praised by critics but poorly received by consumers.
Susanna HoffsStarred In The Comedy The Allnighter In 1987
• Susanna Hoffs starred in The Allnighter, directed by Tamar Simon Hoffs and featuring Joan Cusack and Pam Grier.
• Susanna Hoffs also contributed covers of "The Water Is Wide" and "Catch the Wind" to the soundtrack of the 2003 film Red Roses and Petrol by Tamar Simon Hoffs.
Susanna HoffsSelf-Released Her Third Solo Album
• Susanna Hoffs released Someday, her third solo album since 1996, on her Baroque Folk label on July 17, 2012. Vanguard Records distributed the album. 
Susanna HoffsPersonal Life
• Susanna Hoffs married filmmaker Jay Roach in 1993, and they have two sons. Roach converted to Judaism after they married. "The Girl with the Guitar (Says Oh Yeah)" by The Three O'Clock and "That Bangle Girl" by Robbie Fulks were inspired by Hoffman.

Susanna Hoffs Height, Weight, Eye Color, Hair

Height (Approx.)
In Centimeters 157 cm
In Meters 1.57 m
In feet & Inches 5'2"

Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 54 Kg
In Pounds 119 lbs

Eye Color
Brown

Hair Color
Brown

Susanna Hoffs Family, Parents, Kids, Father, Mother, Children

Father's Name
Joshua Hoffs

Mother's Name
Tamar Simon Hoffs

Spouse
Jay Roach

Brother(s)
Jesse Hoffs, John Hoffs

Sister(s)
-

Son(s)
Sam Rayfield Roach, Jackson Roach

Daughter(s)
-

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