Our Beautiful Family: what becomes of Suzanne Somers, who embodied…
Suzanne Somers is most famously known for her role as Chrissy Snow in the 1970s sitcom “Three’s Company.” However, her acting credits don’t stop there. Somers has also appeared in several movies, and television shows, and even hosted her own daytime talk show, “The Suzanne Show.”
Aside from her successful acting career, Somers is also a New York Times bestselling author and health advocate. She has written over 25 books, including the popular “Sexy Forever” series and “Get Skinny on Fabulous Food.” Somers is also the founder of several health and beauty product lines, including the Suzanne Somers Organic Skincare line.
Over the years, Somers has become a prominent voice in the alternative medicine community. She is a long-time advocate for natural hormone replacement therapy and has written several books on the subject. She has also been a vocal supporter of other alternative therapies, including acupuncture and ozone therapy.
Despite facing some controversy and criticism for her views on alternative medicine, Somers remains committed to her beliefs. She continues to write books, develop new skincare products, and speak up about the importance of natural health.
In her personal life, Somers has been married to her husband, Alan Hamel, since 1977. They have two children together. Somers has also been candid about her past struggles with alcoholism and has been sober for over 32 years.
Overall, Suzanne Somers has had a successful career and has made a significant impact in the health and wellness industry. From her acting days on “Three’s Company” to her current role as a health advocate, Somers continues to inspire and empower others to live their best lives.