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Susan Buckner

 

Susan Buckner

Susan Buckner
Born (1953-01-28) January 28, 1953 (ageĀ 61)
Occupation Film, television actress

Susan Buckner is an American film and television actress. Prior to her acting career she was crowned Miss Washington in 1971 and in September went on to become a top ten finalist in the 1972 Miss America pageant (she tied for first in the swimsuit preliminary), which was eventually won by Miss Ohio Laurel Lea Schaefer. Her acting career is sprinkled with supporting roles in television, stage, and film. Susan is probably best remembered for her role as high school cheerleader "Patty Simcox" in the summer blockbuster of 1978 Grease starring Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta. She also appeared as one of The Krofftettes who performed synchronized swimming routines on The Brady Bunch Variety Hour. The most recent appearance of Buckner was on an episode of 1 vs. 100 as a mob member.

Other acting roles include

See also

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Miss Washington Official Website - Prior Winners
  • TV Guide 1 vs 100 Celebrity Photos - Episode 13 - Jan 14, 2007


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