Susan Cabot (July 9, 1927 – December 10, 1986) was an American actress. She appeared as Enger in Experiment #317 The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent.
Susan Cabot (born Harriet Shapiro) lived a difficult life, which many believe stemmed from her childhood in which was raised in 8 different foster homes. She was married at age 17, though that marriage later ended. She engaged in several high-profile romances (including with Jordan's King Hussein and director Roger Corman), and eventually married actor Michael Roman.
Susan Cabot had a son who suffered from dwarfism. In later life she retired from acting and became increasingly mentally unstable. Her son reportedly bludgeoned her to death with a weight-lifting bar, claiming to authorities that she had subjected him to a long period of mental and physical abuse.
The Wasp Woman
A heavily edited version of The Wasp Woman was also used on the primetime TV special Attack of the Killer B-Movies, co-written by Frank Conniff.
- Susan Cabot at the Internet Movie Database