Season Hubley, born as Susan Hubley on March 14, 1951, in New York City, is a renowned American former actress and singer. Throughout her career, she mesmerized audiences with her talent and charm, starring in various movies and television shows. Let’s take a journey through her early life, successful career, and personal achievements.
Season Hubley’ Early Life and Education:
Susan Hubley was born to Julia Kaul (née Paine) and Grant Shelby Hubley. She grew up in New York City alongside her brother, actor Whip Hubley, and two sisters, Julie Simpson-Levy and Sara Hubley Beeken. Susan’s passion for acting and singing blossomed from a young age, setting the stage for her future success in the entertainment industry.
Season Hubley’ Career:
Season Hubley’s acting journey began in 1972 with her role as the lead in the television movie “Bobby Jo and the Good Time Band.” From there, she continued to grace both the big screen and small screen with her talent. Notably, she appeared in an episode of “The Partridge Family” as a princess and played a nun seeking justice for her sister’s murder in a “Kojak” episode in 1977.