Susan Block Biography, Books, Husband, TV Show, Kids and Net Worth.

Susan Marylin Block, ph.D. the founder of the Dr.Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Sciences. She is a magma lude graduate obtaining distinction from Yale University in 1973, Susan received her doctorate in philosophy with a major in psychology from Pacific Western, she as well obtained her doctorate of the arts from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality,Block is a world-renowned sexologist and best-selling author, an award-winning filmmaker, talk show host, speaker, commentator and a therapist in private practice.

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Susan Block Biography

Susan Marylin Block, ph.D. the founder of the Dr.Susan Block Institute for the Erotic Arts & Sciences. She is a magma lude graduate obtaining distinction from Yale University in 1973, Susan received her doctorate in philosophy with a major in psychology from Pacific Western, she as well obtained her doctorate of the arts from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality,Block is a world-renowned sexologist and best-selling author, an award-winning filmmaker, talk show host, speaker, commentator and a therapist in private practice.

Susan Block

Susan has delivered her services across The world. Bonobo Way: Her evolution of peace through pleasure has been getting rave reviews. Susan has highly been profiled by people from HBO. A familiar face on HBO’s late-night programming through her number one Nielsen-rated specials, Radio Sex TV with Dr. Susan Block, Susan popular episodes of the classic HBO series Real Sex and Cathouse, she presented numerous appearances on radio and TV shows, being in Oprah to MTV, from Nightline to Today.

Susan Block Age

She was born on 10 June 1955

Susan Block Husband

Dr. Susan has been married her charming prince, Max Leblovic (aka Prince Maximilian Rudolph Leblovic di Lobkowicz di Filangieri), they met and fell in love, Susan and Max had somehow stayed in love and lust despite countless people, the police and of nature disrupting their love.

They had their 21st wedding anniversary which was attended by a bevy of celebrities, socialites, artists, art patrons, comedians, authors, doctors, lawyers, poets, pundits, philosophers and porn stars, including Amor Hilton, Chris Gore, Hyapatia Lee, Sinn Sage, Malaika Millions, Vicky Vixen, Natassia Dreams, Jesse Flores, Eva Linn, Ana Foxx, Isiah King James, Charity Bangs, Jessi Palmer, Barry Fisher, Fawnia the Naughty Realtor and Dr. Hernando Chaves.

Susan Block Net Worth


She is estimated to have a net worth of approximately $1 Million to $5 Million

Susan Block Media Career

Susan is the director of her own media production company, Block Studios having 8,000 square-foot facility in West LA that houses radio, television and Internet broadcast and recording studios, also serves as an Institute, “Bonoboville,” “Dr. Suzy’s Speakeasy” and the Speakeasy Gallery of Erotic Art. From this campus of operations, she and her faculty endorsed sex educational and entertainment media and art, as well as provide therapy to an international clientèle from nearly every country on the planet.

Being an American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (SSSS), Dr. Block utilizes both conventional and most unconventional methods of therapy in her carrier.

Dr. Block introduces a three perspective in treatment, involving 1) Analysis, 2) Technique and 3) Adventure. Based upon her work with clients, artists and others at the Institute over the past two decades, Dr. Block has developed the uniquely effective and exciting system of “erotic theater therapy,” she practiced both in her brick and mortar “Womb Room” studio and via the telephone, webcam and other private communications media.

The Great American think-off awarded her with being as one of “America’s Greatest Thinkers” (twice), praised for her “prescient financial advice” by the Wall Street Journal, and dubbed “the Erin Brockovich of the Bonobo” by Salon, Dr. Block is an active advocate of the highly endangered bonobo chimpanzees, using their very sexual, non-violent and gender-egalitarian “lifestyle” as inspiration for her philosophy of “ethical hedonism,” her style of “Bonobo Liberation Therapy,” her educational site blockbonobofoundation.org, her new community site bonoboville.com, and her upcoming book The Bonobo Way.

Susan’s first book, Advertising for Love (Morrow), a popularization of her master’s thesis, forecast the current online dating explosion. she also wrote her second book, Being a Woman (Random House) which she wrote with pioneer radio psychologist Dr. Toni Grant, became a NY Times best-sold book. Susan’s third book, The 10 Commandments of Pleasure (St. Martin’s), having been published in 15 countries (now in its third English-language printing).

Creator of the award-winning documentary series, Encyclopedia of Sex, Dr. Block is a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and The LA Press Club. as well the best speaker on multiple subjects related to sexuality, she has engaged with different groups from the YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization) to the LSO (Lifestyles Organization) on sex, love, pleasure, relationships and the Bonobo Way.

Her sex educational film Dr. Suzy’s Squirt Salons (an instructional film bringing the mysteries of female ejaculation into the grateful grasp of thousands) was featured in the Barcelona Erotic Film Festival as well as the Cinekink Film Festival, and her music video Blonde Island: Funk Me was also featured as part of the LA Erotica Film Festival.currently co-producing Speakeasy, a documentary about her institute, having awarded as a filmmaker Canaan Brumley (Ears Open, Eyeballs Click), San Diego Filmmaker of the Year and First Prize winner at the Marseille Film Festival.

Dr. Block has been attending lecturers in the Human Sexuality Department at the University of Southern California (USC) and at her alma mater Yale University, including Sex Week at Yale. Susan also developed her expert knowledge of the human sexual condition to community service and the cause of justice, Susan being a consultant to the LA Public Defenders’ Office (Sex Crimes Division) as well as private attorneys.

Her columns on sex, health, politics, and culture are published in various print and online magazines from Counterpunch to Perfect 10 (as well as appearing in her own online journal at Bloggamy.com), and are touted as “among the most readable to come out of LA” by Steve Mikulan in The LA Weekly. she is also a donor to the upcoming Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sex, writing encyclopedia articles on the subjects of “Fetish,” “Striptease,” “Phone Sex,” “Cuckolding” and “Spanking.”

Susan has never quit her day job as a sex therapist in private practice. Her main daily focus is attending to her telephone sex therapy clients all over the globe. And with no doubts when you call her for telephone sex therapy, you are not on her show, nor are you being recorded in any way, not unless you specifically request that you want to be added. Everything is absolutely private, completely discreet and confidential. Furthermore, as a private client, you will receive Dr. Block’s total focused attention, and you can talk with her about absolutely anything.

Susan Block TV Show

Dr. Susan has produced a series of TV. shows including

  • Squirt Crazy (2007)
  • Dommes & Hollie (2007)
  • Weimar Love: Hot Sex in Pre-Nazi Berlin (2006)
  • Blonde Island: An Island of Pleasure in a Sea of War (2006)
  • Double-Annie Squirting Anniversary (2006)
  • Zorthian: Art & Times (2006)
  • Yale’s Whim ‘n Rhythm at Dr. Suzy’s Speakeasy (2006)
  • Max’s Birthday (2006)
  • Dr. Suzy’s Squirt Salon: The Secrets of Female Ejaculation (2005)
  • HOODS & handjobs: Anti-War Insurgency & Orgasmic Sex (2004)
  • Sex Heals (2003)
  • Bellydance, Bukkake & Other Beauty Tips for the Horny (video, 2003)
  • Adelphiagate (2002)
  • The Bonobo Imperative (2001)
  • Eros Day: Holiday of Love & Lust (2000)
  • Inner Space: A Sex Odyssey (2000)
  • Dr. Suzy’s Speakeasy (HBO television special, 1999)
  • Spanking for Adults Only (1999)
  • The New Horny Housewife (1998)
  • Kenneth W. Starr: A Pornographer for Our Times (1998)
  • Feet: An Erotic Study in Podophilac Sexuality (1997)
  • Radio Sex TV (HBO TV series, 1996– )
  • The Bonobo Way (1996)
  • Real Sex (HBO TV series, 1994)
  • How to Give a Woman Pleasure (1992)