Susan Ward

LOS ANGELES – MAY 3: Ward at the RESTORSEA Gifting of Skin Care Product at NEMO on May 3, 2014 in West Hollywood, CA, photo by kathclick/

Birth Name: Susan Michelle Ward

Place of Birth: Monroe, Louisiana, U.S.

Date of Birth: April 15, 1976

Ethnicity: English, German

Susan Ward is an American actress and model. She is known for her roles on the soap opera Sunset Beach, on the series Make It or Break It, and in the film The In Crowd (2000).

She is married to filmmaker David C. Robinson, who is the vice president of Morgan Creek Productions. The couple has one child.

Susan’s paternal grandfather was Mathis/Mathews Ward (the son of Benjamin Franklin Ward and Ola Osten “Olie” Wood). Mathis was born in Louisiana. Benjamin was born in Louisiana, the son of John Franklin Ward and Caroline Victoria Brown. Ola was born in Texas, the daughter of Oliver Wood and Marguerite J. Johnson.

Susan’s paternal grandmother was Elva Evelena Sweat (the daughter of William Leonard Sweat and Mary Edna Herring). Elva was born in Louisiana. William was born in Louisiana, the son of James Henry Sweat and Ella B. Wales. Mary was born in Louisiana, the daughter of Stephen Absolom Herring and Cordelia Barnhart, whose father was German.

Susan’s maternal grandfather was Lavelle “Dock” Hales (the son of WIlliam Alford Hales and Levie Jane Gill). Lavelle was born in Mississippi. William was born in Mississippi, the son of William Thomas Hales and Missouri Josephine Harris. Levie was born in Mississippi, the daughter of William Pinkney Gill and Cora Alice Welch.

Susan’s maternal grandmother was Ruby Hunter (the daughter of William Morris/Jerry “Willie” Hunter and Ethel Mae/May Wilson). Ruby was born in Arkansas. William was born in Arkansas, the son of Edward B. Hunter and Eliza Ettie Price. Ethel was born in Arkansas.

Sources: Obituary of Susan’s father –

Obituary of Susan’s mother –

Obituary of Susan’s maternal grandmother, Ruby (Hunter) Hales –

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