Season Hubley (born Susan Hubley, March 14, 1951) is a retired and renowned American actress and singer.
She is prominently known for Nikki in Hardcore (1979), Priscilla Presley in Elvis (1979), and Angelique in All My Children (1992-1994).
The name Season Hubley takes us back on the 1970s–1980s time journey. It was when the American film industry was blessed with the crème de la crème in acting.
She is considered as one of the outstanding actresses that mastered the craft of acting to a masterpiece level. Her beauty and delivery in theater stole people’s hearts, making her appear in numerous 70s-80s big-screen movies and television shows.
Her name, Season Hubley, compliments her acting nature that perfectly fits the different supporting roles she played.
She is popularly known for acting as the wife to Elvis (Priscilla Presley) in the classic documentary movie “Elvis.”
Her flexible personality enabled her to be featured in numerous movie scenes hence correctly executing her roles as a supporting actor and essential character.
|Wiki Facts & About Data|
|Full Name:||Susan Hubley|
|Stage Name:||Season Hubley|
|Born:||14 March 1951 (age 70 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||New York, New York, United States|
|Parents:||Julia Kaul Paine, Grant Shelby Hubley|
|Siblings:||Whip Hubley, Sally Hubley, Sara Hubley Beeken, Julie Simpson Levy|
|Husband • Spouse:||David Hayball (m. 1992–1994), Kurt Russell (m. 1979–1983)|
|Boyfriend • Partner:||N/A|
|Occupation:||Actress • Singer|
|Net Worth:||US$4 million|
Season Hubley was born and raised in New York City alongside her siblings with their loving parents on the 14th of March, 1951.
Just like most families in the early 1970’s, Season Hubley came from a middle-class background. Even though her family’s source of income fluctuated from time to time, her parents managed to provide efficiently for her and her siblings.
Her late father’s name was Grant Shelby Hubley. In his prime years, the father worked as a professional writer and part-time as a financial broker.
The actress describes her mother, Julia Kaul Paine, as having coped with her father’s economic situation, making her a good housewife. However, after her father’s death, her mother decided to remarry.
Season Hubley had to adjust to having a stepfather. When she reached 14 years, she rebelled from her family and decided to start living independently.
She left New York City and moved to Greenwich Village. As an inexperienced teenager, she says that she experimented with alcohol and other harmful substances and relationships. Unfortunately, she ended up losing her close friend Jimi Hendrix due to addiction.
According to Season Hubley, her experiences in Greenwich taught her that she was naturally not into street life but rather a conservative person who believed in traditional life values and lifestyle. As a result, she backed to school and managed to graduate from her high school student life. After high school, she decided to follow her heart, pursue her passion, and follow her acting ambitions.
About the name “Season,” it is a childhood nickname that stuck. It all started when she was just 12 years. According to Peoples magazine, published on 19th February 1979, Season Hubley states that one of her friends jokingly nicknamed her the name “Season.”
This was based on her nature of changing her attitude from time to time. Since that day, her close friends referred to her as “Season,” and the name stuck to her stardom.
She happens not to be the only actor in her family. Her younger brother, Whip Hubley, is also a thriving, talented actor.
Season Hubley has two sisters, namely Sara Hubley Beeken and Julie Simpson Levy.
Season Hubley‘s first platform and opportunity for acting were through her friend who was already in acting. Her friend connected Season to a known agent who was looking for actors.
The lady quickly passed the auditions and was selected to be a lead actor in a local television movie. The movie was called “Bobbie Jo & The Big Apple Goodtime Band.” She later moved to Los Angles after being diagnosed with pneumonia due to the cold weather in New York.
Season Hubley 1970’s acting career in the movie industry was majorly based as a supporting actress. She got to work with the film director George C. Scott in the movie “Hardcore.”
She made her debut in the film industry by playing the role of Priscilla Presley in the movie “Elvis” and also in “Escape from New York,” which was a science fiction movie. She was also featured in another reality-based film as she played as Lolly Madona, which happens to be the movie’s name.
Her skills enable her to fit in a cult-related movie known as Vice Squad (1982), where she acted like a prostitute alias princess.
Career on TV Shows
In 1972, Season Hubley appeared in different scenes in the show “The Patridge Family,” where she perfectly executed her role as a Princess. One year later, she acted in “She Lives” as Pam.
In 1977, she was featured in the movie “Kojak” where she played the role of a nun. She was also featured in numerous episodes of “Family” drama. She also acted as “Starsky’s lady” in the movie called “Starsky and Hutch.”
Her professionalism earned her the role of Angelique Marick in the drama “All My Children” (1991-1994), among other television programs.
Later on, Season Hubley quit her professional role as an actress in 1998 after appearing in the series 90210 (Beverly Hills).
- 1973, Lolly-Madonna XXX as Lolly Madonna
- 1974, Catch My Soul as Desdemona
- 1979, Hardcore Niki
- 1981, Escape from New York as Girl In Chock Full O’Nuts
- 1982, Vice as Squad “Princess.”
- 1985, The Key to Rebecca as Alaney Fontana
- 1987, Prettykill Heather Todd
- 1987, Steele Justice (uncredited)
- 1989, Caddie Woodlawn as Harriet Woodlawn
- 1991, Total Exposure as Andi Robinson
- 1992, Stepfather III as Jennifer Ashley
- 1998, Kiss the Sky as Beth
- 1972, Bobby Jo and the Good Time Band Bobby JoTV movie (unsold pilot)
- 1972, The Partridge Family The Princess Episode: “Princess and the Partridge.”
- 1973, She Lives! Pam Rainey TV movie
- 1974, The Healers Ann KilmerTV movie
- 1974, Kung Fu Margit Kingsley McLean Season 3 Episode 1: “Blood of the Dragon: Part 1” Season 3 Episode 2: “Blood of the Dragon: Part 2.”
- 1975, The Rookies Kim Owens Episode: “A Time to Mourn.”
- 1976–1977, Family Salina Magee Episode: “A Special Kind of Loving.”
- Episode: “Such Sweet Sorrow”
- Episode: “The Cradle Will Fall”
- Episode: “Comings and Goings”
- 1977, Starsky & Hutch Terry Roberts Episode: “Starsky’s Lady.”
- 1977, SST: Death Flight Anne Redding TV movie
- 1977, Westside Medical Nan Cousins Episode: “The Sound of Sunlight.”
- 1977, Kojak Sister Maria Episode: “Sister Maria.”
- 1977, Visions Sara Blakemore Episode: “All I Could See from Where I Stood”
- 1978, Loose Change Tanya Berenson TV miniseries
- 1979, Elvis Priscilla Presley TV movie
- 1979, Mrs. R’s Daughter Ellie Pruitt TV movie
- 1983, A Caribbean Mystery Molly Kendall TV movie
- 1984, The Three Wishes of Billy Grier Phyllis TV movie
- 1985, The Key to Rebecca Elene Fontana TV movie
- 1985, The Twilight Zone Carol Shelton Episode: “Little Boy Lost.”
- 1985, Alfred Hitchcock Presents Lena Trent Episode: “Final Escape.”
- 1986, Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense Cora Berlaine Episode: “Black Carrion.”
- 1986, Under the Influence Ann Talbot Simpson TV movie
- 1986, Christmas Dove Melissa TV movie
- 1987, The Hitchhiker Miranda Episode: “Cabin Fever.”
- 1988, Shakedown on the Sunset Strip Officer Audre David TV movie
- 1988, Blue Skies Annie Pfeiffer Cobb TV series
- 1990, Unspeakable Acts Jackie Harrison TV movie
- 1990, Murder, She Wrote Marla Bryce Episode: “If the Shoe Fits.”
- 1990, Child in the Night Valerie TV movie
- 1990, Vestige of Honor Marilyn TV movie
- 1991, CBS Schoolbreak Special Barbara McBride Episode: “But He Loves Me.”
- 1992, Steel Justice Gina Morelli TV movie
- 1992–1994, All My Children Angelique Voynitzheva Marick TV series
- 1996, No One Would Tell Rita Thompson TV movie
- 1996, Humanoids from the Deep (film) Timmy’s Mother TV movie
- 1998 Beverly Hills, 90210 Ms. Evans Episode: “Law and Disorder.”
- 1998, Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror Lilly’s Mother Video
- 1999, Flipper Sarah Gorban Episode: “Wreck of the Zephyr.”
Season Hubley‘s social media platforms are entirely dormant, making it hard for her fans to keep up with her private life.
Season Hubley got married to Kurt Russell. Their couple’s first encounter was during a movie shoot.
They also have co-acted in the movie “Elvis.” Kurt Russell is the son of the famous Bing Russell. The couple dated for quite some time before deciding to get married in 1979. They pushed through their marriage life and broke up after four years (1983).
During their married life, Season Hubley and Kurt Russell were blessed with a son. They chose to name him as Boston Oliver Grant Russell. His date of birth was on 16th February 1980. He was born in Los Angeles, California, United States.
Both his parents remarried, with his father Kurt Rusell marrying another actress known as Goldie Hwan.
After the breakup, Season Hubley also decided to get married to David Hayball (1992). However, two years later, the marriage also came to an end (1994).
Season Hubley now is based in New York City. As a mother, she is significantly focused on her son’s education and career in acting.
She lives a private life far away from the paparazzi. Since her last marriage, she is currently believed to be single with no news concerning any developing relationships.
Even though Season Hubley‘s acting career has not been awarded by various movies and awarding showbiz shows, her name is highly regarded when talking about some of the pioneer and influential actresses.
She has also not given any leads concerning Season Hubley‘s current net worth. Some sources estimate her net worth is about US$4 million, and she earns extra payments annually based on her movies.