How rich is Susan Block? Net Worth

January 1, 2020

Susan Block Net Worth

How Much money Susan Block has? For this question we spent 8 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Designers
Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $125,8 Million.



Susan Block information Birth date: 1955-06-10 Profession:Production Designer, Set Decorator, Art Director Nationality:American

Height, Weight

:How tall is Susan Block – 1,89m.
How much weight is Susan Block – 72kg


Susan Block Net Worth
Susan Block Net Worth
Susan Block Net Worth
Susan Block Net Worth


Template:Multiple issuesSusan Marilyn Block (born June 10, 1955), also known as Dr. Susan Block and Dr. Suzy, is an American sexologist, author, filmmaker, therapist, cable TV talk show host, and cultural commentator. She is perhaps best known for her television specials on HBO.Chosen as one of Americas Greatest Thinkers by the Great American Think-Off of New York Mills, Minnesota, Block is also known for her philosophy of ethical hedonism and The Bonobo Way, as well as her writings on sex, love, politics and culture in CounterPunch, Perfect 10, the New Haven Advocate, LA Weekly, Los Angeles magazine, the San Francisco Bay Guardian, Metro, The Brentwood Bla Bla, Beverly Hills, The Magazine, and her own publications Dr. Susan Blocks Journal, The Cannes Bla Bla and her weblog, Bloggamy.Block is also known for her bacchanalian celebrations attended by couples and other participants, as well as her Internet, TV and radio shows featuring professors and porn stars, erotic art exhibitions, sex educational salons, seminars and other events at the Dr. Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Sciences, a.k.a. Dr. Suzys Speakeasy in Los Angeles. Block is also a sex therapist in private practice and works with clients from all over the world, using her pleasure sex therapy techniques to deal with various sexual problems, both in person and over the telephone.
Biography,Early lifeBlock was born in Philadelphia, and grew up in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, an honors student at Harriton High School, recipient of the DAR Award, President of the Philadelphia Model United Nations and Editor-in-Chief of the Harriton Forum student newspaper which she renamed the Harriton Free Forum (the name stuck for over 20 years). She was accepted into Yale University in 1973, graduated from Yale magna cum laude, majoring in Theater Studies, in 1977. She received her masters and doctorate degrees in philosophy from Pacific Western University (now called California Miramar University) in 1991, a school without regional accreditation, and wrote her doctoral thesis on “Being A Woman: A Philosophical Analysis of the Four Aspects of Female Psychology According to Toni Wolff.”[citation needed] In 2011 she was awarded an honorary doctorate by the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality.[11]In the late 1970s and early ‘80s, Block continued her studies in theater, sex and philosophy at PWU, San Francisco State, UC Berkeley, and the Naropa Institute. She also worked as a New Haven City Mime, performed as a member of the casts of New England Commedia and La Mer Mime, and Mask Theater, and wrote freelance articles.[citation needed] She climbed to the top of the Golden Gate Bridge,[12] as well as the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, several times with members of the San Francisco Suicide Club. She also traveled extensively throughout the United States, Mexico, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Israel, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Nepal.[citation needed]In 1984, Block published her first book, Advertising for Love[13] (William Morrow) which forecast the personal ad revolution that soon began in newspapers and magazines and now, the Internet. Toward the end of that year, she began hosting her first radio talk show Radio Match, sponsored by the LA Weekly, on KIEV in Glendale, California, where she helped singles meet on the air. Later it aired as Date Night,[14] produced in collaboration with John Clark.Marriage and collaboration with LobkowiczIn late 1984, she met her husband-to-be Maximillian Rudolph Lobkowicz-Filangieri through KIEV. Though they became good friends, they were in relationships with other people, and didn’t get romantically involved until six years later. In 1986, Block started some of the first 976 and 900 number telephone dating, advice and fantasy lines. That year, she also started co-ghostwriting the best-selling book Being a Woman (Random House), which was published in 1988 and became a New York Times bestseller, with pioneer radio psychologist Dr. Toni Grant. In 1987, Block moved her radio program to KFOX 93.5 FM, where it became less of a matchmaking show and more of a call-in talk show about sex, politics and culture with guests like Dr. Timothy Leary, John Densmore of The Doors and comedian Sam Kinison. During this time, she also contributed short stories to Dr. Lonnie Barbachs anthologies, Pleasures, Erotic Interludes and The Erotic Encounter. She wrote the last story with Lobkowicz.In 1990, Block collaborated with Lobkowicz to produce the audio cassette series “Desert Susan,” distributed to the troops of Desert Storm, and “Bedtime Stories for Adults.” They also published Dr. Blocks Journal. In 1992, Block and Lobkowicz got married in Philadelphia. That same year, they began filming Blocks radio show, now called The Dr. Susan Block Show, for cable TV. They also founded the Dr. Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Sciences. In 1993, Blocks show was syndicated nationwide on over 75 radio stations through the Independent Broadcasters Network. In 1996, after the owners of IBN were indicted for fraud, Block started one of the Internets first radio stations,, where her show is still broadcast, live and taped, 24 hours a day. That year, she also hosted her first HBO special, Radio Sex TV with Dr. Susan Block, and published her third book The 10 Commandments of Pleasure: Erotic Keys to a Healthy, Sexual Life (St. Martins Press).The Bonobo WayIn 1994, Block first saw the “Make-Love-Not-War” bonobo chimpanzees on PBS, and in 1996, she started the Block Bonobo Foundation, an advocacy group for the highly endangered bonobos who also figure prominently in her book The 10 Commandments of Pleasure. Called the Erin Brockovich of the Bonobo by Salon, Block uses the highly sexual, relatively non-violent and non-male-dominant bonobo lifestyle as inspiration for her philosophy of “Ethical Hedonism,” a.k.a. “The Bonobo Way of Peace through Pleasure.” She contributes to the conservation efforts of the Bonobo Conservation Initiative and Lola ya Bonobo, among others. She has produced several bonobo oriented radio and TV shows and DVDs including The Bonobo Conservation Revolution with Deni Bechard, The Bonobo Handshake with Vanessa Woods, The Bonobo Imperative with Bushmeat Project Director Tony Rose, Letter to Kabilah, Peace, Love and Bonobos with Sally Jewell Coxe and “The Bonobo Way” with Harvard anthropologist Richard Wrangham. She is also featured in the documentaries Cousin Bonobo and Humanimal, among others. Her book The Bonobo Way: The Evolution of Peace Through Pleasure was published in November, 2014.Sex, fetish, and Dr. Suzys SpeakeasyIn 1998, BlockFilms began producing the Encyclopedia of Sex & Fetish series, including “The New Horny Housewife”, “Feet: An Erotic Study in Podophilic Sexuality”, “Kenneth W. Starr: A Pornographer for Our Times”, “Vibrators & other lovers”, “The Fine Art of Fellatio”, “Luscious Cunnilingus”, “Sex Heals” and “Spanking for Adults Only,”. Around this time, Block became a consultant for the Los Angeles Public Defenders Office, Death Penalty Sex Crimes Division.Also, in 1998, she moved her institute and production company from the “Villa Piacere” in the Hollywood Hills to “Dr. Suzys Speakeasy” in Downtown LA. “We call it a Speakeasy because we speak about subjects that are not so easy to speak about,” says Block. The Speakeasy Gallery of Erotic Art exhibits erotic art works from artists around the world. Blocks first gallery opening was featured on HBOs Real Sex. The scene at Dr. Suzys Speakeasy is often described as “Felliniesque” and “Warholesque.”Eros DayOn January 22, 2000, Block, Lobkowicz and Lasse Braun, the “Father of Euro Porn,” joined forces to produce the first celebration of “Eros Day,” a holiday of lust and pleasure held on the day of the year when the planetoid 433 Eros is closest to Earth. The Block Institute celebrates Eros Day every January. In 2004, it was called Eros Day: The Counter-Inaugural Ball.Freedom of speech, politics, and educationOn the evening of February 26, 2000, for the second time in two years, armed officers of the Los Angeles Police Department invaded Blocks television studio on the night of a live broadcast of The Dr. Susan Block Show. Though they spent several hours there, she was never charged. A year later, Block, acting in pro per, sued the LAPD for infringement of her First and Fourth Amendment rights, and won a settlement. Also in 2000, Block started fighting a public Freedom of Speech battle with Adelphia CEO John Rigas who censored the nudity on her Public-access television show. She told her viewers to “Dump Adelphia stock”.[15]After the September 11, 2001 attacks, Block began writing The Terror Journals, a series of essays which Steven Mikulan in the LA Weekly called among the most readable to come out of LA, smartly combining outrage…with levelheaded warnings about the loss of civil liberties.Later in 2002, Blocks show was threatened with censorship by Berkeley City Councilwoman Betty Olds in Berkeley, California. The Dr. Susan Block Show continues to broadcast without censorship on BTV, where it is produced by First Amendment advocate and artist Frank Moore. She ran for Vice President of the United States in 2008 as Moores running mate for his independent presidential campaign.[16]In 2003, Block and Lobkowicz founded the Cannes Press Club in Cannes, France, began publishing the Cannes Bla Bla online, and broadcasting shows in Paris and the South of France. In 2004, she starred in The A-Z of Fetish.Female ejaculation, health, and ethical hedonismIn 2005, Block produced, directed and hosted Dr. Suzys Squirt Salon: Secrets of Female Ejaculation, featuring Deborah Sundahl and Annie Body, premiering at the Barcelona Erotic Film Festival and New York Citys CineKink Film Festival. Dr. John Perry, author of the best-seller The G-Spot, calls Dr. Suzys Squirt Salon “Masterful…raising the bar for female ejaculation videos”. In 2005, she also started working with award-winning filmmaker Canaan Brumley on a documentary entitled Speakeasy which will be released in 2008.Besides ethical hedonism and the Bonobo Way, Block promotes what she calls “Pleasure Sex”, sex that is recreational, healthful, relationship-oriented or celebratory as opposed to reproductive. She also advocates what she calls “Faith-Based Sex” and “Blue Values”. Cara Jepsen put it this way in the Illinois Entertainer: Dr. Susan Blocks HBO specials expose inhibited Middle America to the idea that its OK to discuss—and enjoy—sex…”


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