Susan Blommaert is an American actress who was born on 13 October 1947, in the USA. She is best known for portraying Judge Rebecca Steinman in the American police procedural, legal, and crime drama television series, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit".
A Hollywood movie and television celebrity is well known among veteran and senior celebs and is well-liked for her acting ability.
Date of Birth
13 October 1947
Susan worked a variety of odd jobs after finishing her education and only began acting classes at St. Nicholas School in Chicago when she was in her twenties. She worked in local theaters before transferring to New York City, where she continued to pursue her dream of becoming an actress.
The estimated net worth of Susan Blommaert is around $ million. She made her earnings through her successful acting career. She has appeared in over 60 films and television episodes over her acting career.
This lady works for a UN agency Red Cross, which provides humanitarian aid. She is also involved with companies and makes money from endorsements and sponsorship.
Susan Blommaert is still single and has yet to meet her ideal partner. It was presumed that she was married, however, there are no detail and information regarding her married life, such as her husband or children, in the media or on the wiki. She has kept her personal life confidential.
Susan career began in the late 1980s with a supporting role in the action film "Forever Lulu", starring Debbie Harrie and Alec Baldwin, and continued with supporting roles in films such as the 1988 Golden Globe-winning romantic comedy "Crossing Delancey" and the award-winning horror thriller "Pet Sematary", among others.
Except for a few tiny appearances in the 1997 comedy film "Mousehunt" and subsequently Judge Rudy Fox in the television series "The Practice", she has little success in the 1990s.
Furthermore, her career did not look promising at the start of the new millennium, as she had starred in minor roles throughout her career, including in the comedy-drama film "King of the Corner" and then the role of Mrs. Carson in the mystery-drama film "Doubt", and starred Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams.
She starred as Mr. Kaplan in the television crime drama "The Blacklist" in 27 episodes which were nominated for a Golden Globe Award in 2017. It gave her a household name in the entertainment industry.
Since then, she continued to have successful career, first as Vera Zwieg in the 2016 TV miniseries "Madoff" and more recently as Judge Hanlon in the TV drama series "Bull", among other projects.