Suzanne Jennings has been performing since her teens when she landed her first professional job in Kings Dominion's stage show, "Hooray for Hollywood" in 1977. During her years at VCU, while majoring in theatre arts, she also performed at the local Richmond dinner theater in shows like "Oklahoma" and "How to Succeed in Business". Suzanne has also appeared in many shows at 246 The Main Theater including "Annie", "Steel Magnolias", "The Wizard of Oz", and "Bye Bye Birdie".
As local film opportunities became available, thanks to the Zaki Gordon Cinematic Arts program, she has appeared in 10+ thesis short films at Liberty University and Virginia Commonwealth University, winning awards in both locales, and is scheduled to take on roles in 4 more this year. She has appeared in feature films "Princess Cut 2 & 3", "Forgiven" (in post), "Responders", and the upcoming "M30OXY" filming in Kentucky this fall. TV work includes "What's a Girl to Do" (in post) and "Eleanor's Bench". Currently, she is promoting the short proof of concept film, "I, Miss Virginia" and of course is looking forward to playing Gaudin’s mysterious secretary “Suzanne”. in the upcoming, Anti.