Susan Somers wants you to come knock on her door.
The Star of “Three Company” She proudly flaunts her youthful body in a new ad campaign featuring her granddaughters Camelia and Violet. Their father is Bruce Somers Jr., the 56-year-old son of the actress. He is married to Caroline Somers, the president of the parent company.
Camellia, 27, and Violet, 24, teamed up with Somers, 75, to launch the Chocolate Gut Renew Superfood Protein Formula, a juice blend from the Suzanne Organics range.
Camellia works in Lionsgate’s international distribution, where it operates the Asian market, a Somers spokesperson told Fox News Digital on Wednesday. Violet recently graduated from Fashion Design School in Florence, Italy. She now splits her time between Paris, Florence and Los Angeles.
“Susan’s remarkable granddaughters are the perfect stars of the campaign as they have struggled with health issues related to their gut since they were teenagers,” the spokesperson said. “Gut Renew was created in collaboration with Susan and their mother, Caroline, who researched the best ingredients for gut health to help her recover.”
In May of this year, Summers described to Fox News Digital how she is ThighMaster was launched in 1990, A fitness product that would build on her fame as an entrepreneur.
“I bought a pair of Manolo Blahnik shoes that made my legs look so good,” she said with a laugh at the time. “It was basically a bit of a vanity. But when I bought the shoes, I was in my dressing room and thought, ‘Oh my God, what is this?’ [my husband] Will you think? I’m too stupid to spend so much money on a pair of shoes. Well, it just so happened that I was in my chest and pants. So she went out and asked, “Do you like my shoes?” “Great legs,” he said, in his great, deep radiating voice. This was the advertisement. And I was able to cross off the shoe because I wore it in the commercial.”
Somers’ business empire declined. I stopped counting the number of ThighMasters sold “after 10 million”. In 1992, it became one of the best-selling brands in the home shopping network. Today, she has authored 27 books, including 14 New York Times bestsellers. Its name can be found in everything from jewelry to protein formulations.
“I have over a thousand products,” she boasted. “My biggest complaint today is that I work out too much. I’m always busy. The pandemic has worked for me because we start doing Facebook Live Shows and Instagram Shows three times a week. We start the show with some tequila on ice, and it’s like having a drink together while my husband runs.” For the camera. There’s a lot more freedom on the internet than there is on mainstream TV. I just love where I’ve been and where I’m headed.”
Somers said she hasn’t ruled out a return to television. you did not Comedy series since “Step by Step” which aired from 1991 to 1998. The right scenario is yet to come.
“I never felt like I was done with Chrissy Snow,” Somers said of her character on “Three’s Company.” “It was cut right where it was really evolving. There’s a whole new generation discovering it. And it’s special to me. I remember when I got the role, I was going to do the monkey because I wasn’t working.”
“I didn’t think I brought anything to the table because I didn’t study acting. I was that girl from ‘The Tonight Show.’ But I learned a lot from watching John Ritter.” [was] Sid, the greatest physical comedy. I just want to watch it over and over. Notice his rhythm. I realized one day that comedy is like a musical. It’s a setting rhythm. And as soon as I heard that beat, I couldn’t stop.”