|Full Name||Suzanne Perry|
|Profession||Journalist, Press Secretary, Author, Consultant, Political Fundraiser|
|Spouse||Keith Morrison (m. 1981), John Bennett Perry (m. 1968–1970)|
|No Of Children||Matthew Perry, Willy Morrison, Madeleine Morrison, Emily Morrison, Caitlin Morrison|
Canadian journalist, Suzanne Perry is the former press secretary of Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Trudeau. She is also a political consultant, as well as a fundraiser in various businesses, charitable foundations, and governmental agencies.
Perry was born and raised in Canada and holds Canadian citizenship. She hails from a white ethnicity/race. Other than that, she is currently a married woman. Find out more details about Perry's personal life in the following sections.
Canadian journalist, Perry is living a happy married life with her second spouse, Keith Morrison, who's a broadcast journalist and correspondent for Dateline NBC. The duo became united as husband and wife in 1981.
The married pair are together for almost 38 years as of now. Nevertheless, there are no circumstances created that broke their marital relationship. So, the two are enjoying the most beautiful moments of their life.
Perry and her spouse are blessed with four adorable children. The couple first welcomed a beautiful daughter, Caitlin Morrison in 1981. Caitlin is now 38-year-old and profoundly working as an actress in the field of entertainment. She is well known for her acting in the thriller crime comedy film, The Whole Ten Yards.
The duo also welcomed a second daughter, Emily Morrison (born in 1985), who's now 34 years old. They further share a lovely son, Willy Morrison in 1987, and their third daughter, Madeleine Morrison in 1989.
The beautiful personality, Perry was married to her first husband, John Bennett Perry, an American actor in 1968. Unfortunately, their marriage ended up with divorce after staying married for two years in 1970, citing irreconcilable differences.
The estranged couple has a son, Matthew Langford Perry (born on 19th August 1969, in Williamstown, Massachusetts). Their son is a Canadian-American actor who is famous for his portrayal of Chandler Bing in the NBC sitcom, Friends alongside Lisa Kudrow, Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, and David Schwimmer.
Upon their divorce, John tied the knot with his second wife, Debbie. The couple further welcomes a daughter, Mia Perry (born in 1982), who's now 37 years old. The pair currently resides in Massachusetts.
Suzanne Perry has a net value of $150,000 as of 2019 which is less than that of a journalist, Diana Falzone. She also boasts a decent sum of amount from her profession. According to Pay Scale, the average salary of a journalist in the United States is $40,536.
When it comes to her current husband, he maintains a lucrative fortune of $10 Million. Similarly, he receives $3 Million as an annual salary through his professional works. On the other hand, Perry's ex-husband's wealth is $5 Million.
Perry's oldest son, Matthew, with a whopping net worth of $80 Million, bought a penthouse in Los Angeles, California, at $20 Million in 2017. He recently sold out his home for $35 Million.
Matthew's former penthouse features four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, four terraces, a screening room, and a master suite with a lounge area with a fireplace on 9,290-square-feet. It also consists of a swimming pool, a spa, a workout gym, a full-service restaurant, and 4-acres of a garden in the south face.
As a prolific author, Suzanne co-wrote her book, Sharing the Experience: How to Set Up and Run Arts Projects Linking Young and Older People with Sue Mayo on 30th July 2001. The price of her book is $19.99.
The fundraiser further wrote and published her second book, Volutions: 2014 Savant Poetry Anthology, which is about the thirty-six exceptional poems by fourteen outstanding poets on 11th June 2014. It costs $10.95, including 3 new ($6.41), and 2 used ($4.49).
Suzanne further wrote a book, Loss, Survive, Thrive: Bereaved Parents Share Their Stories of Healing and Hope, collaborating with several authors like Meryl Hershey Beck and Alice Adams.
This book shows that no one is prepared for the loss of infant mortality due to the less care of their parents. It is listed on the price of $30.00 on hardcover, including one new ($27.09) and one used ($3.01). She also wrote many books like The Gospel According to "The Hunger Games" Trilogy as well as The Best Australian Poems 2011.
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