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Susan Howard Chrane

Susan Howard Chrane Biography

Susan Howard Chrane  was born on January 28, 1944 better known as Jeri Lynn Mooney, is an American actress, writer, and political activist. She is perhaps best known for portraying the character Donna Culver Krebbs on the primetime serial Dallas (1979-87), and as a co-star of the series Petrocelli (1974-76). She is also a screenwriter and member of the Writers Guild of America.


Susan Howard Chrane Age

Susan Howard was born on 28 January 1944, She is 75 years as of 2019,

Susan Howard Chrane Husband

Susan Howard Chrane was married to Charles Howerton from 1962-1964, Then after she married Calvin Chrane 1974

Susan Howard Chrane Children

They had a daughter, Lynn Howerton, with her ex-husband, Charles Howerton

Susan Howard Chrane Education

Howard was born in Marshall, Texas, and graduated from Marshall High School in the early 1960s. Susan Howard Chrane attended the University of Texas for two years, after which she moved to California, becoming a member of the Los Angeles Repertory Company.

Susan Howard Chrane Career

Susan Howard Chrane acting debut came in the television series Love on a Rooftop in 1966. From 1974 to 1976 she starred as Maggie Petrocelli on the TV series Petrocelli. Her best known role came starring as Donna Culver Krebbs on the TV series Dallas from 1979 to 1987. During her career she appeared in episodes of the TV series The Monkees, Iron Horse, The Flying Nun, Tarzan, Star Trek, I Dream of Jeannie, Ironside, Bonanza, Love, American Style, Mission: Impossible, Columbo, Marcus Welby, M.D., The New Perry Mason, The Rockford Files, Barnaby Jones, and The Love Boat. Her last role came in the 1993 film Come the Morning. For Dallas Howard won a Soap Opera Digest Award and a TV Land Award. For Petrocelli  was nominated for a Golden Globe and a Primetime Emmy Award. Howard is a member of the Writers Guild of America. Susan Howard Chrane is an active member of leadership in the NRA and the Texas Republican Party.

 

Susan Howard Chrane Net Worth

The 75-year-old American Tv actress has done well thus far! Most of Susan’s money comes from being a Tv actress. So what is Susan Howard’s salary per year? Susan Howard’s net worth estimate is $5 million.

Source of Wealth
TV Actress
Net Worth 2019
$5 million
Earnings in 2019
Pending
Yearly Salary
Under Review
House(s)
She lives in Marshall

 

Susan Howard Filmography

Film and TV roles
Year Title Role Notes
1966 Love on a Rooftop Dorothy Episode: “Homecoming”
1967 The Monkees Bride Episode: “Monkees Manhattan Style”
1967 The Iron Horse Bess Hennings / Sara Collins “The Return of Hode Avery” / “Appointment with an Epitaph”
1967
1968
The Flying Nun Sister Susan
Sister Teresa
“Old Cars for New”
“Hot Spell”
1968 The Second Hundred Years Sonny Episode: “Dude Hand Luke”
1968 Tarzan Jeff Episode: “Trina”
1968 Star Trek Mara Episode: “Day of the Dove”
1968
1969
I Dream of Jeannie Miss Temple
Salesgirl
“Genie, Genie, Who’s Got the Genie?: Part 2”
“The Biggest Star in Hollywood”
1969 Here Come the Brides Alexander Episode: “Wives for Wakando”
1969 The Outcasts Julie Mason Episode: “The Candidates”
1969 Ironside Jo Lyons Episode: “A Matter of Love and Death”
1969 The Virginian Rebecca Teague Episode: “Halfway back from Hell”
1969 Bonanza Laurie Nagel Episode: “The Medal”
1969 Land of the Giants Mrs. Garak Episode: “Collector’s Item”
1969/71 Mannix Christina Preston / Amanda Hewitt “Who Killed Me?” / “Round Trip to Nowhere”
1970 The Silent Gun Lorisa Cole TV movie
1970 The New People Fern Episode: “The Siege of Fern’s Castle”
1970 Quarantined Dr. Margaret Bedford TV movie
1970 The Immortal Annie Williams Episode: “The Legacy”
1971 The F.B.I. Yvonne Shelby Episode: “Center of Peril”
1971 The Mod Squad Gillian Episode: “Cricket”
1971
1972
Love, American Style Libby
Susan Parkins
“Love and the Topless Policy”
“Love and the Baker’s Half Dozen”
1972 Mission: Impossible Nora Dawson Episode: “Committed”
1972 The Sixth Sense Needa Episode: “The Man who Died at Three and Nine”
1972 Medical Center Linda Crown Episode: “Deadlock”
1972 Columbo Shirley Wagner Episode: “The Most Crucial Game”
1973 The Bold Ones: The New Doctors Dr. Claudia Schaeffer Episode: “A Terminal Career”
1973 Savage Lee Raynolds TV movie
1973 Griff Evan Sands Episode: “The Framing of Billy the Kid”
1973 The New Adventures of Perry Mason Ellen Episode: “The Case of the Jailed Justice”
1973 Marcus Welby, M.D. Dr. Barbara Kerr / Greta Francis “A Necessary End” / “The Tall Tree”
1973/77 Barnaby Jones Frances Dunslay / Sandra Harris “Death Leap” / “Yesterday’s Terror”
1974 Indict and Convict Joanna Garrett TV movie
1974 Night Games Maggie Petrocelli TV movie
1974–1976 Petrocelli Maggie Petroceli Series regular; 44 episodes
1976 The Rockford Files Sandy Blaylock Episode: Feeding Frenzy
1977 The Oregon Trail Episode: “The Gold Dust Queen”
1977 Most Wanted Episode: “Ms. Murder”
1977 The Fantastic Journey Eve Castigan Episode: “Vortex”
1977 Moonshine County Express Dot Hammer
1977 Sidewinder 1 Chris Gentry
1977 Killer on Board Julie Clayton TV movie
1978 Superdome Nancy Walecki TV movie
1978 The Busters Joanna Bailey TV movie
1978 The Paper Chase Susan Fields Episode: “Kingsfield’s Daughter”
1979 The Power Within Dr. Joanne Miller TV movie
1979 Vega$ Laurie Turner Episode: “Classic Connection”
1979–87 Dallas Donna Culver Krebbs Series regular; 198 episodes
1980 The Love Boat Cynthia Bowden Episode: “Tell Her She’s Great/Matchmaker, Matchmaker Times Two/The Baby Alarm”
1987–88 The 700 Club Herself/co-host
1993 Come the Morning Constance Gibson TV movie

 

Susan Howard Awards and nominations

  • Golden Globe Awards
  • Primetime Emmy Awards
  • Soap Opera Digest Awards
  • Soap Opera Digest Awards

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