Suzie Plakson - Other Roles

Other Roles

Plakson has many other guest and recurring roles in sitcoms such as Mad About You and Everybody Loves Raymond, while she was also acting in movies such as Disclosure, Red Eye, and Wag the Dog. She wrote and performed an allegorical solo show, An Evening with Eve.

In 2008, Plakson released the alternative country rock album DidnWannaDoIt! produced by Jay Ferguson. She also sculpts and writes; writing samples and photos of her sculptures can be found on her website.

In a recurring role that started in 2005, she plays Marshall Eriksen's mother in the sitcom How I Met Your Mother.

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