Suzanne Doucet Net Worth – Short bio, age, height, weight

January 1, 2020

Suzanne Doucet Net Worth

How Much money Suzanne Doucet has? For this question we spent 20 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2020 year – is about $82,4 Million.



Suzanne Doucet information Birth date: August 27, 1944 Birth place: T?bingen, Baden-W?rttemberg, Germany Profession:Actress, Soundtrack, Composer

Height, Weight

:How tall is Suzanne Doucet – 1,83m.
How much weight is Suzanne Doucet – 82kg


Suzanne Doucet Net Worth
Suzanne Doucet Net Worth
Suzanne Doucet Net Worth
Suzanne Doucet Net Worth


Suzanne Doucet was born on August 27, 1944 in T?bingen, Baden-W?rttemberg, Germany. She is an actress, known for The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (2015), Tonys Freunde (1969) and James Tierleben (1966).
Biography,She went to school in Meersburg am Bodensee, Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Hamburg, Munich (college) and Paris(University). Her mother and her grandmother both named Helen von Muenchhofen were actresses. Her grandmother played in the history making silent movie Metropolis directed by Fritz Lang. Suzannes father Dr. Friedrich-Wilhelm Doucet was a disciple of the famous psychologist Carl Gustav Jung and became a well-known author of over 40 books on parapsychology and other topics in Germany.Before Suzanne started her career in the entertainment industry she worked as a designer and painter in Ascona (Switzerland). She moved to Munich in 1962 and studied at the Sorbonne in Paris in 1963. She played the leading part in a theater comedy Die Turen knallen in Stuttgart in 1963 and was discovered by the record company Metronome. She had her first TV appearance in Hamburg in 1963 on NDR. Her first Hit record was the German version of Be my Baby (The Ronnettes) (Sei mein Baby) in 1964 und Das geht doch keinen etwas an. Nine albums and 37 singles followed including a Cashbox Best Bets (Swansong) written by the Bee Gees on the US label Liberty Records. Suzanne Doucets over 40 years in the entertainment industry have provided her with incomparable knowledge, experience and contacts. Beyond being co-founder and CEO of Only New Age Music, Inc., and, Suzanne is an international recording and performing artist whose background encompasses being a prime time TV Pop Show hostess (guests included the Bee Gees, Grateful Dead, Keith Emerson, David Bowie), a songwriter & composer, script writer, sound designer, producer, A&R record label executive,(Prom) music publisher,(Golden Key Musik Verlag) label owner & manager, marketing consultant, and retailer.Suzanne starred in the musical Godspell with Donna Summer in 1972 in Munich, Zurich and Vienna directed by Samy Molcho. She played in many TV plays and TV musicals with actors such as Thomas Fritsch, Hans Clarin, Marianne Hoppe, Rainer Werner Fassbinder and Ulli Lommel. She wrote songs for Udo Juergens, Wencke Myrre, Mirreille Matthieu, Margot Werner, Christian Bruhn (GEMA) and Abi Ofarim. She composed music for the TV play Alle hatten sich abgewandt and Lieber Erwin, directed by award winning director Thomas Fantl.She was married to actor Raphael Wilczek and they had a daughter (Natascha Wilzcek) in 1976. Suzanne moved to Los Angeles in 1983 after her divorce from Raphael. Together with her new American husband James Bell, Suzanne owned and operated the world-famous specialized audio gallery Only New Age Music in West Hollywood. She owns and operates now – the #1 online source for new-age music and represents digital rights (streaming, downloads and webcasting) to major internet players as well as the portal site with Beth Hilton from the B company. Her latest recording credits include Resonance with Gary Miraz as well as the audio series Sounds of Nature and Tranquility combining the state-of-the-art binaural recordings of Chuck Plaisance with her music.Doucet also recorded with Christian Buehner and Tajalli. Seven of their titles made it into the top ten environmental charts at, including Ocean Waves and Thunderstorm being #1 and #2 for over two years. Shirley MacLaine used Suzannes music on her best-selling video and audiocassette titled Inner Workout and Going Within. Suzanne also produced and directed the award winning video Starflight together with well-known video and documentary producer Chris Toussaint. Suzanne has been a creative consultant to hundreds of artists, producers, record labels, radio programmers, distributors and music retailers. Her clients include such as Golana, Constance Demby, Ray, Liquid Mind, David & Steve Gordon, Armen Chakmakian (Shadowfax), Michael Hoppe, Christopher Franke and many others. Her production with Ray (Ray Leonard) Celestial Touch won Best Meditation and Best Electronic Music album.Doucet founded the International New Age Music Network in 1987. She produced and directed three International Conferences and the first New Age/World Music Festival at the Wiltern Theater (featuring artists such as Paul Horn, Steven Halpern, Tim Wheater, Jai Uttal a.o.). She took the New Age Music Network online in 2008 as the New Age Music Circle see also: http://NewAgeMusik.ning.comSince 2009 she produced with Beth Hilton the successful MP3-compilation series Sounds from the Circle, which consists of 7 volumes so far, with artists from all over the world, such as Peter Kater, Steven Halpern, Ricky Kej, Fiona Joy, Omar Akram, Bernward Koch, Laura Sullivan and many others.MacMillan guide to new-age music compares her to Kitaro, Andreas Vollenweider, Vangelis, Georg Deuter, Klaus Schulze, Paul Horn, Brian Eno and Paul Winter,Life magazine began their report on new-age music with a quote from Suzanne, while specialized Keyboard Magazine acknowledged Suzanne for having the most authoritative view on new-age music, and the LA Times devoted a full page article to Suzanne in their Sunday Calendar section. Magazines and TV production companies have interviewed her for their publications in Germany, Austria, France, Spain, Greece, Brazil, Japan, Taiwan, and South Korea.Suzanne was part of the Presidential/Key Executive MBA Program at Pepperdine University, where she studied business administration from 1989 to 1992. In Munich, Suzanne studied Psychology, at the Institute for Esoteric Psychology founded by Thorwald Dethlefsen, as well as Composition at the Munich State Conservatory.


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