Who is Suzzanne Douglas' daughter? 'The Parent 'Hood' actress died at 64

'Suzzanne Douglas was a quiet, elegant force as we made WHEN THEY SEE US. A gentlewoman. A gem of a lady,' tweeted Ava DuVernay

                            Who is Suzzanne Douglas' daughter? 'The Parent 'Hood' actress died at 64
Suzzanne Douglas died aged 64 on July 6, she is survived by her husband and daughter Jordan Cobb (Instagram/inkphemeral)

Suzzanne Douglas, best known for her portrayal of Jerri Peterson on WB's sitcom 'The Parent 'Hood' has died aged 64 on July 6 due to unknown causes. Roland Martin tweeted out the tragic news writing, "Sad news...actress @suzzannedouglas has passed away. Several of her family members confirmed on Facebook that the longtime actress has passed away at the age of 64. Many remember her as @larenztate's mom and @joethemorton's wife in The Inkwell."

He followed it up with, "She was very involved in @dstinc1913. Prayers for her family. We will pay tribute to her Wednesday on #RolandMartinUnfiltered." Douglas friend Stephanie Perry Moore took to Facebook to express her grief, "Heaven is richer," read an excerpt from her post about the actress. Apart from being known for the WB sitcom and 'Inkwell', Douglas also appeared in the shows 'The Parkers', 'The Cosby Show', 'Law and Order: Criminal Intent', 'NYPD Blue', Netflix's acclaimed production 'When They See Us', and 'Touched By an Angel'. Douglas is survived by her husband Dr Roy Jonathan Cobb and daughter Jordan Cobb. 


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Actress Suzzanne Douglas arrives at the Premiere Of Lifetime's "Whitney" at The Paley Center for Media on January 6, 2015, in Beverly Hills, California (Photo by Valerie Macon/Getty Images)

Who is Suzzanne Douglas's daughter?

Suzanne Douglas and Dr Roy share a daughter Jordan Cobb. Like her mother, Jordan is an actor as well who is known for 'Vast Horizon' a sci-fi TV show that aired in 2019, 'Marsfall' from 2019 and the 2016 movie 'Happy Yummy Chicken'. The New York-based actress and writer trained at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, where she studied at the Experimental Theatre Wing, Classical Studio, and Stonestreet Studio. While at NYU she also took classes in play and screenwriting, and received a minor in creative writing, according to her website

Jordan is also the founder of two production companies - Black Lace and Laser Beams, and No Such Thing Productions. These companies focus on developing innovative podcasts and Jordan is enlisted as the head writer and producer at both. The companies have produced action/adventure audio drama 'Here Be Dragons', sci-fi/horror limited series 'Janus Descending', and the upcoming adventure thriller 'Primordial Deep'. 


'RIP to TV's prettiest mom' 

Douglas' fans have taken to Twitter to mourn the actress and the micro-blogging platform is flooded with tributes. "RIP to one of the prettiest TV moms, Suzzanne Douglas!" read a tweet. "When rumors of your death began swirling about two hours ago, I did my best to remain hopeful that they were wrong. They were not. Anytime I was in your presence, you were nothing short of kind and humble. Sleep in peace Suzzanne. You will indeed be missed. #SuzzanneDouglas" another fan tweeted.

"A source of inspiration and motivation for so many of us. I will forever be grateful to you @suzzannedouglas for your love and support as a collegiate leader in DST. Heaven truly got richer… Rest In Peace my dear Soror" another fan wrote. "Suzzanne Douglas was a quiet, elegant force as we made WHEN THEY SEE US. A gentlewoman. A gem of a lady. A confident, caring actor who breathed life into the words and made them shimmer. I’m grateful that our paths in this life crossed. May she journey on in peace and love," tweeted Hollywood great Ava DuVernay, the director of 'When They See Us'.