Welcome to Susan George officially
The last few years have all been about rebuilding for Susan George after the heartbreak loss of her husband in 2010. Aside from her closest friends she is thankful to social media and her Twitter and Instagram followers for the opportunity to receive an outpouring of friendship and support. In her words she feels that everyone suffers various degrees of tragedy and pain throughout life and she bears no anger or regret, just gratitude for the 28 years she was lucky enough to share with one extraordinarily vital beloved man. There have been many challenges in this period of her life, all of a very different kind than those imagined with Simon at her side but she has worked tirelessly for the things they both believed in and feels blessed, that most have come to fruition. She embraces with open arms the here and now and looks forward to the future of change. Georgian Arabians her stud farm on Exmoor is one of the many successes achieved and in the autumn this year, there will be an online worldwide sale of excellence that will be hosted in the USA.
Susan’s autobiography is a work in progress to be published in 2018. It is full to the brim with stories from childhood to Hollywood years including the revealing and somewhat shocking chapter dedicated to the film that catapulted her career to international stardom Straw Dogs. It’s been a journey of bright lights, brilliance and the inevitable torment and tears but the beacon that has shone through out her life is her incessant love for laughter.
She says she adores the process of quiet and the written word that seems easily to stream from head to hand and in her book there is much she looks forward to sharing.
We hope this site will give Susan’s fans and supporters a taste of what is to come and a chance to see the many amazing film clips and photographs from past and present years. Join her on a new and exciting journey that in some respects she feels is the unknown. We invite you to an inside glimpse of the uniquely colourful world of Susan George.
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