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Susie Sprague

Susie Feldman (birth name Sussanah Sprague; born June 7, 1982) is a former participant in the celeb-reality television series The Two Coreys and the former wife of Corey Feldman. She is also a model, and has posed for Stuff and Playboy magazines and PETA.

Early life

Sprague's parents, Sue Egberts and Scott Sprague, separated when Susie was two years old. She subsequently lived with her father until his death. Her father was murdered, according to her website. While living with her father, they lived in Northern and Southern California, Hawaii, and Spain.[1][broken citation]

Upon the death of her father, Sprague moved in with her mother. During this time, Sprague attended junior high and high school in Corona, California, and graduated from Santiago High School in 2000.[1][broken citation]

Marriage with Corey Feldman

Sprague first met Corey Feldman when she was celebrating her 19th birthday with several of her friends at Las Palmas in Hollywood. She became a vegetarian after they started dating, since Feldman is a vegetarian. Feldman proposed on Valentine’s Day 2002.[1][broken citation]

At the time of their engagement, Feldman was already filming the popular reality show, The Surreal Life on VH1. The show's producers requested the couple change their wedding date so the ceremony could take place on the show's finale. The couple agreed, and they were married on the show on October 30, 2002, with the ceremony officiated by a rabbi and rapper-turned-minister MC Hammer.[2]

After an extensive honeymoon in Bora Bora, Sprague joined a number of her husband's environmental and animal rights causes, including PETA, Farm Sanctuary, and Last Chance for Animals. On August 7, 2004, she gave birth to a son, Zen Scott Feldman, who spent the first six weeks of his life in the neonatal intensive care unit. Later, Sprague appeared in the Moby music video, "We Are All Made Of Stars". She also appeared alongside her husband in the TV show, Big Wolf on Campus, and in the movies Terror Inside and Lucky Fritz.

The couple won The Best Duo Award at the Fox Reality Awards. Sprague also presented an award at the Fox Reality Awards.

She appeared in a documentary on the Bio channel about The Two Coreys.

On October 22, 2009, Sprague filed for divorce, seeking sole custody of their son.[3]

Reality TV

Feldman participated in the celebrity reality series The Two Coreys (2007-2008) on A&E. In the series, she is seen sharing her home with her husband and Corey Haim. They started filming season two in the beginning of 2008.

During season two of the show, Susie and Corey Feldman posed for a PETA ad campaign promoting vegetarianism. The photo was inspired by John Lennon and Yoko Ono "Give Peace a Chance" photo.

Also while on the show she posed for Stuff magazine. Additionally, Susie posed nude for the August 2008 edition of Playboy.[4]

She has also appeared in other reality shows, such as The Surreal Life (2003) and High Chaparall (2004).

Filmography

Actress:[5]

  • Lucky Fritz (2008)(as Susie Feldman)....Stylist Lucy
  • Terror Inside (2007)(as Susie Sprague).... Katie

Self:[6]

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