Susan Henson, an actress who rose to prominence in the 1970s, passed away of cervical cancer.
Susan dìed on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at the age of 64.
Her cremation is set for this Thursday, September 22nd.
Susan Salvador, born on April 15, 1958, is a member of the famous Salvador family.
When she was involved in performing, she had one of the most gorgeous looks.
Susan’s friend, Liz Alindogan, confirmed the former actress’s passing.
Liz and fellow actors Azenith Briones and Daria Ramirez were in the front row when Susan dìed.
As Liz stated to PEP.ph, “Hindi namin nakuha ni Daria na umiyak nang mag-expire si Susan dahil nakita namin ang struggle at pain niya. Lumalaban talaga siya.
“Na-witness ko ang pagtawag niya ng ‘Ma!’ sa kanyang kaibigan na si Dez na hindi siya iniwan, 24/7, for almost one month. Remarkable si Dez na former high school classmate ni Susan.”
When Susan became unwell, Liz, Pempe Rodrigo (Susan Roces’ best friend and Boots Anson Roa-sister-in-law), Rodrigo’s and the other members of Balik Samahan came to her aid.
Balik Samahan is a group of experienced entertainers from the Philippines.
Susan was just seventeen years old when she won the Miss Young Republic of the Philippines beauty contest in 1975. This was the instrument that launched her career in show business.
Susan’s debut film, Ang Diwang Kayumanggi: Princess Warrior, was released in 1975.
She became a favorite of action performers like Ramon Revilla, Jun Aristorenas, and Bernard Bonnin in films.
Susan appeared in films such as Teritoryo Ko Ito, Last Target, Rebelde Numero Uno, Wild Tingin, Halik Hangin, Malamig, Mainit Ang Magdamag, and De Calidad.
In 1977, Susan appeared in the first full-length Hiligaynon film, Ginauhaw Ako, Ginagutom Ako.