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Susan Hogan (actress)

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Susan Hogan (actress)

Susan Hogan is a Canadian actress.

Hogan is part of an acting family; husband Michael Hogan played Colonel Tigh on Battlestar Galactica, while son Gabriel Hogan has a number of television and film credits. Daughter Jennie Rebecca Hogan is also an actress.

Hogan has a substantial list of credits in television and film, and her movies include David Cronenberg's cult horror film The Brood (1979), and thrillers such as I Miss You, Hugs and Kisses (1978) and John Huston's 1980 film Phobia. Many of her appearances were in films, miniseries and series that were produced and aired on Canadian television. Among her best-known credits was the television show Night Heat. The show was produced and aired in Canada, but was also featured on CBS, making it one of the first Canadian-produced shows to be shown on American television. Hogan played Nickie Rimbaud from 1985 to 1989. More recently, she has been in a recurring role on the Showtime series The L Word, playing Dana's conservative mother Sharon. She also had a recurring role as Ellen Bazile, the paternal grandmother of Britt Robertson's character on the series Life Unexpected.

In 1990 Hogan appeared in Narrow Margin, and in 1994 she starred in Thicker Than Blood: The Larry McLinden Story.

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