Creating Miracles In Life

creating miracles

From the slums of Chicago to the hills of Hollywood, to legendary Carnegie Hall, award-winning actress, author, and teacher Susan Slavin has always triumphed over adversity.

Susan’s story touched me deeply and affected me for days afterward. What she endured and overcame in her life is an inspiration to everyone. When you listen to her remarkable interview, stay tuned until the end – cry with her, rejoice with her.

Born into abject poverty (one dinner roll to feed a family of six) and a family crippled by severe mental illness, Susan created miracles in her own life and the lives of others against all odds.

Creating Miracles In Life

creating miracles

Starting with her scholarship to the famed Chicago Art Institute at age 12, then following her dream of becoming an actress to Hollywood in her early teens, Susan quickly became a working actress, winning numerous awards. 

There, she was discovered by and worked with legendary director Jerome Robbins, (“A revelation…. the best actress I’ve come across.”).  He then summoned her to NYC where she built a critically acclaimed body of work, (“Stands out among the rest…” NY TIMES), as an actress in film, TV, and onstage.  

She demonstrated great range in works from zany comedy to high drama, to the classics, and everything in between.  She played roles that stretched the gambit from innocence to worldly-wise---from the homeless, to proper professionals, to upscale high-style glamour.  She co-starred opposite such stars as Glenn Close, Martin Sheen, Jean Smart, Maureen Stapleton, and Burt Reynolds.

While continuing her acting career, she also branched out into teaching, founding her namesake school,” Susan Slavin Actors and Singers Academy at Carnegie Hall.

As an author, Susan’s story of transcending a mentally ill family was published in “Chicken Soup for the Soul, Life Lessons for Loving the Way You Live”, and “The Soul of Success” (an anthology documenting stories of notable women who have achieved success by using their feminine attributes to transform adversity into triumph.

As a playwright, Susan has written three plays, including innovating a new art form in her one-woman play Motherlove in which she also acted. Acting in her play, The Other Side of Dear, she introduced 18 pieces of her artwork—each 12 feet high—to tell the story.  (“A virtuoso performance.”)   


Interview With Susan Slavin

As she continues her lifelong passionate journey as an actress, she and her husband, bestselling author, and legendary image guru David Kibbe have also joined forces to transform people’s lives innovatively.

Using his revolutionary “Image Identity System” which defines and executes each person’s snowflake rarity in an inner and outer physical way, they give their clients original fast-track tools to truly heal and fly towards realizing their dreams.

Susan's STIMULATING interview will excite and motivate you. We discussed:

Create your life by design - not by default

Nothing is impossible 

The Power of Desire

Dream Big - Start Small

Dare to DREAM

The Power of Forgiveness


Nothing Is Impossible

Is it possible to be happy all the time? For most of us, happiness comes and goes.

Life may bring pleasure one day and pain the next. But what if you could love your life no matter what the circumstances? It's possible--and Life Lessons for Loving the Way You Live shows you how.

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