Get to know Susan Braudy the book writer and journalist who at a time accused Michael Douglas of sexual harassment. This piece tells you her net worth too.
Susan Braudy’s Brief Biography
Susan Braudy is an American author, journalist, actress, and producer born on July 8, 1941, in Philadephia, USA. She’s a one-time Vice President of Warner Brothers’ East Cost Production. Though born and raised in Philadephia, Susan Braudy now lives and works in Manhattan, NY. Talking about Susan Braudy’s parents now, her father was an active supporter of local artists and worked with the Philadephia Housing Authority. Susan Braudy’s father was well-read having bagged a master’s degree at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School. His master’s thesis was what was transformed into the book titled “Technological Unemployment.” More can be said of Susan Braudy’s father as he was a great man having served as a one-time Vice President of the American Jewish Committee. But beaming our searchlight on his wife now, Susan Braudy’s mother was a High School teacher who later got promoted to the rank of a reading supervisor. She taught at Germantown High School. For her education, it’s on record that Susan Braudy in the 60s earned a Cum Laude degree from the prestigious Bryn Mawr College. She further earned degrees in Philosophy at University of Pennsylvania and Yale University respectively. In Susan Braudy’s opinion, the fact that her father’s dream of becoming a renowned writer didn’t come through as such was perhaps her strongest motivation for becoming a writer too.
Susan Braudy’s Books
Susan Braudy is the writer of “Family Circle: The Boudins and the Aristocracy of the Left” a book that is based on a true life story of her classmate Kathy Boudins’ involvement in the 1981 Brink’s Robbery. As expected, “Family Circle: The Boudins and the Aristocracy of the Left” have received both praises and criticisms from readers. In all, Susan Braudy has published 5 books which are: Between Marriage and Divorce: A Woman’s Diary (1975), Who Killed Sal Mineo? (1982), What the Movies Made Me Do: A Novel (1985), This Crazy Thing Called Love: The Golden World and Fatal Marriage of Ann and Billy Woodward (1992), and Family Circle: The Boudins and the Aristocracy of the Left (2003). “What the movies made me do” and “Who Killed Sal Mineo?” are fictional but the rest are non-fiction. Susan Braudy has also written prefaces to three other books from different authors.
Apart from her personal works which were published, Susan Braudy has equally written for several publications some of which include The New York Journal, The Huffington Post, Jezebel, Vanity Fair, and The New York Times. Added to her role as a writer for all these publications is Susan Braudy’s interest in Journalism. She actually became a journalist to reckon with as she was got herself elected as an associate leader for Women’s Institute for Freedom of the Press (WIFP) which is a US publishing organization that is non-profit based. Susan Braudy got what many would call a lifetime privilege in the year 1981 when she was called to serve as the East Coast Production’s Vice President which was at Warner Brothers. This was where she got the opportunity to meet Michael Douglas who she was to later work for.
Susan Braudy Alleges Michael Douglas Of Sexual Misconduct
Susan Braudy worked at Michael Douglas’ Stonebridge Production as Vice President between 1986 and 1989. Her job description was to hire writers, read scripts, and somehow watch over Douglas. All of these demand that she stays in Douglas’ apartment as opposed to a contemporary office where one may have expected to find her. Susan Braudy has alleged that during the course of her work with Michael Douglas, she has had to endure all sorts of sexual harassments. She recalls one of such which perhaps was the last straw that broke her camel’s back where according to her, “Michael unzipped his chinos and I registered something amiss.” “His voice lowered at least half an octave. I peered at him and saw he’s inserted both hands into his unzipped pants. I realized to my horror that he was rubbing his private parts. Within seconds his voice cracked and it appeared to me he’d had an orgasm.” Michael Douglas has come out to deny this allegation suggesting that perhaps Susan Braudy’s “disgruntled career” may have been responsible for this grudge. He, however, admits that indeed his language can sometimes be “colorful.” Michael Douglas’ wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones also seems to be backing her husband in this course by trying to rule out the possibility of this allegation.
Susan Braudy’s Net Worth
The estimated net worth of Susan Braudy has been put at $800, 000. She does not appear to have been able to accrue much wealth from her work as one would expect but there are indications the 77-year-old woman may still have some American Dollars coming into her coffers soon.
Did You Know?
Yes, did you know that Susan Braudy was the first woman to be hired by Newsweek to write for them? Up until her appointment, all Newsweek writers have always been males.
The name Susan Braudy rings so many things into one’s ears. First, bravery. This is because she spoke where thousands of other women would have chosen to keep mute. Second, talent. She’s just many things in one. Maybe we should live you to fill in the gap for the rest. Who is Susan Braudy to you?