Susan Traylor

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Susan Traylor is an American actress and filmmaker.[1] She was nominated for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead for her performance in Valerie Flake (1999).[2] Traylor's starring role in Valerie Flake also won the inaugural best feature award at The Women's Image Network Awards.

Personal life[edit]

Traylor was born in New York to William Traylor and Peggy Feury.[3] She has a sister, Stephanie Feury.[3]

Traylor is married to Jesse Dylan and they have a son, Pablo (born 1995, named after Pablo Neruda)[4] and Feury Mae, also known as Mae Mae.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1992 A River Runs Through It Rawhide
1994 Sleep with Me Deborah
1994 The New Age Ellen Saltonstall
1995 To Die For Faye Stone
1995 Lord of Illusions Maureen Pimm
1995 Heat Elaine Cheritto
1996 Bastard Out of Carolina Alma
1997 She's So Lovely Lucinda
1997 After the Game Veronica Kowalski
1998 Broken Vessels Susy
1998 Finding Graceland Maggie
1999 Valerie Flake Valerie Flake
1999 If... Dog... Rabbit... Lulu
2000 Tempest Eye Karen Jarek
2002 Ten Tiny Love Stories Eight
2003 Masked and Anonymous Mrs. Brown
2005 Firecracker Ed
2005 Welcome to California Undine
2009 Stuck! MeMe
2010 Greenberg Carol Greenberg
2010 Passion Play Red
2010 The Sleepy Count Susan Short
2011 The Casserole Club Sugar Bainbridge
2012 The Pyrex Glitch Christina Crawford
2012 All the Light in the Sky Carol
2012 Cull Victoria
2013 Snake and Mongoose Mrs. McWorter
2013 Jake Squared Jocelyn
2014 Me Susan
2015 El Ganzo Lizzy
2015 Anatomy of the Tide Kim Brewer
2017 Woodshock Theresa's Mother
2018 The Con Is On Diane St. Cliare
2018 Glass Nadine Short

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Sisters Sandra "A Tough Act to Follow"
1998 Touched by an Angel Karla "Redeeming Love"
1999 Chicken Soup for the Soul Mrs. Bailey "The Heart of Christmas"
2000 Code Blue Jackie Slavin (voice) Video game
2001 ER Mrs. Schudy "Never Say Never"
2003 Dragnet Marcia Hills "The Silver Slayer"
2004 Judging Amy Ellen Shein "Sins of the Father"
2007 Big Love "Damage Control"
2012–2016 Tuberville Molly "Pilot", "One Potato, Two Potato", "Spud", "A Murphy in Transition"
2016 House Poor Stefani "Rent Their Rooms?", "Lucky Me!", "Raven Returns"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oakley, James (11 July 2012). "SUSAN TRAYLOR'S LA STORY". Interview magazine. Retrieved 4 October 2017.
  2. ^ Duke, Paul F. (12 January 2000). "'Election,' 'Limey' get into Spirit nominations". Variety. Retrieved 4 October 2017.
  3. ^ a b "Susan Traylor Biography ((?)-)". FilmReference. Retrieved 4 October 2017.
  4. ^ Greene, Andy (March 25, 2019). "Bob Dylan's Grandson Pablo Explains Why He Went From Rap to Folk Rock". Rolling Stone. Retrieved June 9, 2019.
  5. ^ "Welcome to California: A film by Susan Traylor". Track 16 Gallery. Archived from the original on March 18, 2012. Retrieved February 7, 2011.[failed verification]

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