Susan Floyd is an American actress best known for appearing in multiple episodes of Law & Order, as well as numerous other television series.
Susan Floyd stars as Gina, the real estate agent and struggling mother who sells the Rader family their new home - with absolutely no idea of their troubled past - on the television drama Runaway.
After starting her acting career portraying Christine Cromwell on the ABC daytime drama One Life to Live, Floyd has since appeared in several television series.
She has guest-starred on Oz, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Practice, Boston Legal, Without a Trace and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, among others.
She was a regular on the ABC sitcom Then Came You and had a recurring role as Jessica Sheets on the long-running Law & Order.
In feature films, she has been seen in the science fiction thriller The Visiting, starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig.
Her other big screen credits include the Sundance Award-winning Big Night with Stanley Tucci; Random Hearts, starring Harrison Ford and Kristin Scott Thomas; Domestic Disturbance starring John Travolta; Chinese Coffee, directed by and starring Al Pacino; and the independent films Tattered Angels, Particles of Truth, Brother's Shadow, and Forgiven.
Floyd also has an impressive list of New York theatre credits, having created the character of Suzanne in the hit play Picasso at the Lapin Agile, written by Steve Martin; it premiered at New York's Promenade Theatre.
She also appeared in New York productions of Delores, Ghost in the Machine, Gravity of Means and Off-Broadway's Young Girl and the Monsoon.
A Cincinnati native, Floyd studied Shakespeare at the National Theatre of Great Britain, and originally pursued a career in opera.