Suzanne Storrs

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Suzanne Storrs
James Garner Maverick 1960.JPG
James Garner and Suzanne Storrs in Maverick (1960)
Born Suzanne Storrs Poulton
(1934-04-13)April 13, 1934
Provo, Utah
Died January 25, 1995(1995-01-25) (aged 60)
New York City, New York
Years active c.1955-1966
Spouse(s) Lionel Pincus
(m.1967-1995; her death)

Suzanne Storrs (April 13, 1934 – January 25, 1995), born Suzanne Storrs Poulton, was a former Miss Utah and an American television actress who appeared in sixteen different television series between 1954 and 1961, usually as the beautiful leading lady.

Life and career[edit]

Storrs was in many shows in her career including Maverick with James Garner (in an episode called "Guatemala City"), Wanted Dead or Alive with Steve McQueen (in "To the Victor"), Sugarfoot (in "Trouble at Sand Springs"), two episodes of The Untouchables with Robert Stack ("Vincent 'Mad Dog' Coll" and "Jack 'Legs' Diamond"), 77 Sunset Strip with Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (in "Family Skeleton"), Hawaiian Eye with Robert Conrad (in "The Koa Man"), The Phil Silvers Show (in "Bilko and the Colonel's Secretary"), Armstrong Circle Theatre (in "The Hidden World"), Lawman (in "Fast Trip to Cheyenne"), the U.S. Steel Hour (in "Welcome Home"), and The DuPont Show of the Month (in "The Scarlet Pimpernel"), and played recurring character "Janet Halloran" in nine episodes of the original 1958-59 version of Naked City (in "Meridian," "Line of Duty," "Violent Circle," "No More Rumbles," "And a Merry Christmas to the Force on Patrol," "Burst of Passion," "Hey, Teach!," "The Bumper," and "Beyond Truth").

The young actress won the Miss Utah title in 1955.

In 1967, she married financier Lionel Pincus, the founder of the multi-billion dollar private equity firm Warburg Pincus. They donated $10 million to Columbia University in 1995. She legally changed her name to Suzanne Storrs Pincus after marrying Lionel and had two sons, Henry and Matthew. She became a director of various charitable organizations and died after a lengthy illness at age 60 in the year 1995.[1] Her husband followed her in death fourteen years later in the Autumn of 2009.

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External links[edit]

Suzanne Storrs at the Internet Movie Database