Suzanne Snyder was born in Park Ridge, Illinois, USA. She lived in another town in Illinois, Glenview, for seven years until her family moved to Seattle, Washington. Her plans to study pre-med were interrupted by numerous modeling assignments. Her modeling agent convinced her to audition for a guest part in the television series, CHiPs(1977). She got the role, which was followed by a part in Class (1983), starring Jacqueline Bisset.
Snyder played Debbie Stone in the movie Killer Klowns from Outer Space and Beth McMillan in the Silver Spoons episodes "Daddy Rick" and "Baby Blues". She also had two small roles on Seinfeld. She played "Deb" (Anthony Michael Hall's love interest) in the 1985 teen movie Weird Science. She appeared briefly as Lisa, a sorority sister, in the 1986 movie Night of the Creeps, and played Brenda in the 1988 zombie horror comedy Return of the Living Dead Part II. She also played a blind girl named Julie who hears a murder in an episode of In the Heat of the Night (1991).
Suzanne teaches health and wellness, yoga and meditation to corporations and private clients.
She is dedicated to growing, learning and improving, and believes everyone benefits from Yoga. Suzanne is an actress, a mother, and has raised 7 children. As a mother of 7, she learned about the importance of bio individuality, which is now a key component in her approach to health and wellness. She has experienced loss and extreme grief and attributes her healing to meditation, guided imagery, pranayama, yoga and healthy diet choices.
Suzanne believes that if you can change your insides (beliefs, intentions, emotions) you can heal your life, and change the world.
She is an Institute of Integrative Nutrition health and wellness coach with her masters in hypnotherapy. She is an E-RYT Yoga Alliance teacher and has taught over 3500 hours of yoga. She also has her Prenatal Vinyasa Yoga certification, trauma conscious Yoga certification through Connected Warriors and RISE Teen Yoga certification.
Dancing on a Dry Salt Lake Pia 2013
Malevolence Heather Jones 1999
Fools Rush In Cathy Stewart 1997
Flirting with Disaster Alternative Wife 1996
Homicide: Life on the Street (TV Series) Nurse #2 1996
I've Got a Secret Nurse #2 1995
Seinfeld (TV Series) Audrey/Eva 1992 - 1994
The Pie Audrey 1994
The Limo Eva 1992
Femme Fatale Andrea 1991
Jake and the Fatman (TV Series) Cindy O'Malley / Marcy Banning 1988 - 1991
In the Heat of the Night (TV Series) Julie Lofton 1991
Laid to Waste
Murder, She Wrote (TV Series) Morgan Phillips 1991
Cityscrapes (Short) Kathy 1990
The Preppie Murder (TV Movie) Kim 1989
Guts and Glory:
The Rise and Fall of Oliver North Alicia 1988
Police Story: Cop Killer (TV Movie) Carla Sample 1988
Killer Klowns from Outer Space Debbie Stone 1988
The Night Before Lisa 1988
Return of the Living Dead II Brenda 1988
Head of the Class (TV Series) Nancy Mayer 1988
Will the Real Arvid Engen Please Stand Up?
CBS Summer Playhouse (TV Series) Andrea 1987
The Time of Their Lives
Houston Knights (TV Series) Corinne 1987
Retribution Angel 1987
Tomorrow's a Killer Francie 1987
Silver Spoons (TV Series) Beth 1986 - 1987
Night of the Creeps Lisa 1986
Amazing Stories (TV Series) Patti 1986
The Facts of Life (TV Series) Penny Caminiti 1985
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins 'Nurse' in Soap Opera 1985
Family Ties (TV Series) Tricia Armstrong 1985
The Real Thing: Part 2
The Real Thing: Part 1
Riptide (TV Series) Beverly Lancaster 1985
Weird Science Deb 1985
The Oasis Jennifer 1984
The Last Starfighter Cheerleader (uncredited) 1984
CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV Series) Candy Barnett 1984
The Alfred G. Graebner Memorial High School of Rules and Regulations
T.J. Hooker (TV Series) Amy 1983
Gimme a Break! (TV Series) 1983
Class 2nd Girl (Motel) 1983
CHiPs (TV Series) Melanie 1983