Susan Lucci: Net Worth and Amassed Wealth

How Rich is Susan Lucci

What is Susan Lucci’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $80 million.

Susan Lucci – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $80 million
Date of birth: December 23, 1946 (77 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 155
Profession: Actor, Author, Entrepreneur, Presenter, Television presenter
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Susan was born December 23, 1946 in Scarsdale, New York. She has Italian and Swedish ancestry. Young Lucci played Erica Kane on TV series All My Children. In 2014, you can see her as a host on show Deadly Affairs or starring as Genevieve Delatour on TV series Devious Maids. Despite her higher age, Susan maintains her measurements in perfect shape. Lucci is married to an enterpreneur Helmut Huber since 1969. She also competed on seventh season of Dancing with the Stars.


Career: In 1969, Susan auditioned for the new ABC soap opera “All My Children” and was cast in the role that “TV Guide” called “the most famous soap opera character in the history of daytime TV”: Erica Kane. When the show began, Erica was a 15-year-old high school student, and by the time the series ended in 2011, she had married 10 times and had three children. Lucci was nominated for her first Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series in 1978 but didn’t win until her 19th nomination. Susan’s performance on the show led to a “Saturday Night Live” hosting gig in 1990, and Mattel produced Erica Kane dolls in 1998 and 1999. Lucci spent 41 years playing Erica Kane, and the role earned her more than 30 award nominations.

Susan Lucci Net Worth
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Personal Life

Personal Life: Susan married Austrian chef Helmut Huber on September 13, 1969, and they welcomed daughter Liza in 1975 and son Andreas in 1980; Liza followed in her mother’s footsteps and became a soap opera actress, joining the cast of NBC’s “Passions” in 1999. Lucci is passionate about LGBT rights and participated in the Broadway Sings for Pride charity event in 2019. In the fall of 2018, Susan was shopping at a boutique when she felt intense pressure in her chest; the store’s manager drove her to the hospital, where Lucci discovered that two of her cardiac arteries were blocked. She had emergency surgery that night and had two arterial stints placed in her heart.


“I was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award 19 times before I won. The first nine years, I heard someone else’s name called; after that – I think it was a protective thing – I didn’t hear whose name was called, but nobody was making eye contact with me, so I knew that it wasn’t mine.”

— Susan Lucci

“Overcoming my shyness has been a lifelong struggle.”

— Susan Lucci

“You don’t have to get doughty or, suddenly, because you have a new label on you, ‘Oh, I’m 50, so therefore, I have to be a certain thing.’ Follow your heart and look at your rear view as well as your front view!”

— Susan Lucci

“I do crunches to keep those abs going strong and flat. I’m not a sedentary person.”

— Susan Lucci

“Life goes on, and I’m moving on to the next thing, but I hope the soaps that are still running will thrive. They have millions of loyal viewers.”

— Susan Lucci