Suzanne is Founder and President of
The TV MegaSite, Inc.
Originally from San Diego, CA; she earned her Bachelor's
Degree in Liberal Arts (in the fields of Music, English and
History) in 1986 at the
Stony Brook University. She started working for
Ask Jeeves about ten years
later as one of the search engine's first employees. She
started The TV MegaSite while working there and was at Ask
Jeeves for almost 5 years before being laid off with 25% of
the company in 2000 (with a great severance package).
Watching many hours of TV as a child,
reading many plays and books about the stage and screen, and
acting in high school drama, led to her lifelong love of and
interest in TV and movies, acting, and Hollywood. Working full time on
the site for over 20 years has been gratifying and allows
her to receive many free DVDs to
for the site and to
interview many TV actors, writers, and producers by
phone on a frequent basis. She also receives links to TV
shows before they air and reviews many new upcoming series.
Besides writing and interviewing, she also
has managed the site's other volunteers; sought out appearances,
news and spoilers; makes
daytime soap transcripts; helps with the site's
and mailing lists; built
other pages for the site; wrote two
blogs; posts on
Twitter feeds; and
anything else that's needed.
As of July, 2019, Suzanne is focusing more
on writing for the site and letting
Brenda (now Editor-in-Chief)
do more managing and editing of the site.
Suzanne is also helping in slowly moving this site's content
to and creating new content at
Suzanne has also been a
singer in a band and has many interests and hobbies. She
lives in Magnolia, Arkansas with her husband
of 36 years,
David, Provost and Vice President of Academic
Affairs at Southern Arkansas Univerity. Suzanne is
currently taking classes part-time at SAU to get a second
B.A., in Mass Communication (Mass Media) in order to improve
this site. A member of
Alpha Chi Honor Society, she will graduate in Spring 2020.
She also has written articles for the campus
newspaper The Bray and
writes regularly for
Karaoke Scene Magazine. She
hopes to soon write articles for other publications as well.
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