Susan Brown was an American actress.
She was best known for her roles on daytime soap operas.
Brown's first soap opera role was on From These Roots in 1959, taking over temporarily from leading actress Ann Flood. She also substituted for Flood on numerous occasions in the role of Nancy Karr on The Edge of Night.
She later had regular roles on the short-lived soap operas The Young Marrieds, Bright Promise and Return to Peyton Place, playing Constance MacKenzie.
In 1977, Brown joined the cast of General Hospital as Dr. Gail Adamson Baldwin. In 1979, Brown was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress. She left the series in 1985, and made occasional appearances from 1989-1990 before returning in 1992 on a recurring status. She made her final appearance in 2004 in an episode honoring the late Anna Lee, who played Lila Quartermaine, whose character was killed off.
Along with her soap opera career, Brown performed on Broadway, primetime television, and films. She guest starred on Death Valley Days, Kojak, Marcus Welby, M.D., Barney Miller, Hotel, Beverly Hills 90210, and Frasier.
Brown died August 31, 2018, in Los Angeles, California. She was 86.