Susan Lucci Net Worth Forbes
|Net Worth||$105 Million|
|Liabilities & Loans||$12 Million|
|Salary per Episode||$100,000|
|Annual Income||$4 Million|
Susan Lucci Salary
The annual salary of Susan Lucci is paid per episode basis. Susan Lucci earns up to $100,000 salary per episode. In addition to this fixed salary, Susan Lucci is also entitled for an additional bonus salary. Susan Lucci will be paid $20,000 bonus per episode, based on the cable TV ratings.
Susan Lucci House
Susan Lucci lives in her 11,400 square-foot luxury house located in Berlin, New Jersey. Susan Lucci has bought this property for a price of $18 Million dollars. Susan Lucci’s house is fitted with 9 Bedrooms, 11 Bathrooms, 2 big Pools and more such features.
Susan Lucci’s Assets & Investments
Susan Lucci’s assets include 14 real estate properties, 9 Cars, 3 Luxury Yachts. Susan Lucci’s Assets Portfolio also includes Cash Reserves of over $31 Million. Susan Lucci also owns an investment portfolio of 15 stocks that is valued at $21 Million.
Susan Lucci’s Cars
Susan Lucci has recently bought a Porsche 911 for $280,000 USD. Susan Lucci also owns a Mercedes-Benz AMG GT that cost her $295,000. A Few other cars owned by Susan Lucci are listed below.
- Audi Q2
- Volvo XC90
- Jaguar F-TYPE
- Volvo XC90
Exclusive Facts about Susan Lucci
|Favorite Actor||Kevin Hart|
|Favorite Music Artist||Eminem|
|Favorite Holiday Destination||Canada|
Susan Lucci Bio
Susan Lucci was born in Scarsdale, New York, to parents Jeanette and Victor Lucci, a building contractor. She lived in Yonkers, New York, before moving with her family at age 2 to Elmont, New York, and then at age 5 to another Long Island town, Garden City, New York.
Susan Lucci is best known for appearing as Erica Kane on the ABC soap opera All My Children, from January 16, 1970, to September 23, 2011. Lucci was nominated for the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series Emmy for her work on All My Children almost every year beginning in 1978.
Lucci has appeared in a number of television series and television movies. In 1982, she appeared in a cameo appearance in the comedy film Young Doctors in Love. In 1986, she played the role of Darya Romanoff in the Golden Globe– and Emmy Award–winning TV movie Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna.
In 1995, Lucci appeared in the Lifetime television film Ebbie. This film was an updated version of A Christmas Carol. Lucci played a Scrooge-like department store owner visited by Marley and the three ghosts on Christmas.
Lucci competed in Season 7 of Dancing with the Stars with dance partner Tony Dovolani. Lucci said that Dancing had asked her to appear before, but she had turned it down, in part, because of the travel it would have required of her (at the time Dancing taped in Los Angeles while All My Children taped in New York).
Lucci married Austrian-born chef and food-service manager Helmut Huber on September 13, 1969. They are the parents of two children: actress Liza Huber and a son, Andreas Huber. The couple remained married for 52 years until Helmut’s death on March 28, 2022; he was 84 years old.
In fall 2018, Lucci suddenly experienced chest discomfort. Seeking medical help, she learned that she had two blocked cardiac arteries. That night, she had an emergency procedure to place two arterial stents in her heart. Lucci postponed making her experience public until shortly before the American Heart Association’s annual Go Red for Women fashion event in February 2019.