Suzanne Perry is a Canadian writer, consultant, one-time news anchor, and political fundraiser who was also Press Secretary to Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. She is best known as the mother of Matthew Perry, who best known for his role as Chandler Bing on the NBC television sitcom Friends (1994–2004). She is also recognised as the wife of Keith Morrison, a Canadian broadcast journalist. Since 1995, he has been a correspondent for Dateline NBC. Matthew Perry is the step-son of Keith and he was born to John Bennett Perry (born 1941), is an American actor and former model and Suzanne Perry.
Who Is Suzanne Perry?
Suzanne Perry has had two marriages. Her first marriage with John Bennett Perry ended in divorce 1968 after two years. They had a son, Matthew. She met her second husband Keith Morrison, shortly after and they have been married for over a decade. They have four children together named, Willy Morrison, Emily Morrison, Madeleine Morrison, Caitlin Morrison.
Suzanne Perry Age
Suzanne Perry was born in 1948 in Los Angeles, CA. She is 75 years old, as of 2023. She belongs to mixed ethnicity and holds Canadian nationality.
Suzanne Perry Net Worth | Her Career Highlights
Suzanne Perry is well-known for her beauty and grace, and was featured in many fashion magazines. But, she decided to pursue journalism as she was passionate about uncovering the truth. She quickly rose to fame as an investigative journalist, and is now one of the most respected journalists in the industry.
In 1981, she started working as an anchor for Global Television news. She also works for the Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
Besides serving as a political consultant and fundraiser for various businesses, charities, and governmental agencies, she has also served as a political consultant. She has also been recognized for her exceptional skills in public relations, research, and strategic campaign planning. Her net worth is $3 M, as of 2023.
Suzanne Perry And John Bennett Perry
Suzanne Perry and John Bennett Perry divorced before Matthew first birthday. He was raised by his mother in Ottawa, Ontario (although he lived briefly in Toronto and Montreal, Quebec), and was educated at both the Rockcliffe Park Public School, alongside Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and at Ashbury College. He became a top-ranked junior tennis player during his time as a child and developed a passion for the sport as he grew up.