Carol Ann Susi Biography
Birthday: February 2, 1952 (Aquarius)
Born In: Brooklyn, New York, United States
Carol Ann Susi was an American actress best remembered for providing her voice to the recurring character of Mrs. Wolowitz on the TV series ‘The Big Bang Theory’. She was also known for appearing in the films 'My Blue Heaven', 'Death Becomes Her', and 'Just Go with It'. Born in Brooklyn, Susi grew up alongside one brother. Her passion for acting led her to study at the HB Studio in New York. Susi eventually moved to Los Angeles, starting her professional acting career in the 1970s. During her four-decade-long career, the actress managed to garner a massive following of ardent fans. The hysterically funny woman, whose interests included Halloween horror mazes, was also a world-class culinary genius and a winner of a county fair cooking contest. In November 2014, she died of cancer in Los Angeles.