One of a stars from Warner Brothers TV sitcom “The Parent ‘Hood,” Suzzanne Douglas, has upheld divided during a age of 64. According to Vanity Fair, her genocide was announced by her family on amicable media on a dusk of Jul 6, 2021. Her cousin Angie Tee, posted on Facebook, that “A pleasing and gifted singer done her transition today.”
Tee added, “She warmed a hearts on film screens and radio sets all over a world… your essence will live on perpetually Rest in Paradise my pleasing cousin Suzzane [sic] we will be missed RIP.”
Douglas was innate in Chicago, Illinois on Apr 12, 1957. The singer was a local to a South Side of Chicago. She attended Illinois State University where she warranted a Bachelor of Arts degree. Douglas also attended Manhattan School of Music. There she warranted herself a Master in Music degree.
In further to being a dedicated enthusiast of a arts, she was an disciple for training artistic countenance in a propagandize system. Her wish was to rivet and commission people and their communities. She was a former house member during a George Street Playhouse. The singer was also a member of a Artistic Board during Luna Stage — located in West Orange, New Jersey.
Furthermore, Douglas was a lifetime member of The National Council of Negro Women, Girl Scouts of America, Jack and Jill of America Inc., and Sigma Alpha Lambda. She served on a National Board for — and was an Honorary Member — Delta Sigma Theta Soroity, Inc.
On Feb. 11, 1989, Douglas married Dr. Roy Jonathan Cobb. They were married for 32 years and had one child together.
Throughout her career, she was driven to constantly grow as an artist. She hoped her complex, puzzling roles enthuse immature artists to do a same.
For 4 decades, Douglas worked in theater, film, and television. She done guest appearances on TV shows like “Touched by an Angel,” “The Cosby Show,” and “The Parkers.” She can be seen in a movies:
- “How Stella Got Her Groove Back.”
- “The Inkwell.”
- “School of Rock.”
She is survived by her father and child. May she rest in peace.
Written by Sheena Robertson
IMDb: Suzzanne Douglas; by Ellyn Golub
Vanity Fair: Suzzanne Douglas, Star of The Parent ’Hood and When They See Us, Has Died during 64; by Chris Murphy
WGN-TV 9: Actress Suzzanne Douglas, Chicago native, star of ‘The Parent ‘Hood,’ dies during 64
Top and Featured Image Courtesy of R Boed’s Flickr Page – Creative Commons License
Chicago Native Actress Suzzanne Douglas Dies during Age 64 combined by Sheena Robertson on Jul 8, 2021
View all posts by Sheena Robertson →