Suzanne Bernert is the only polyglot in the Indian Entertainment Industry. The languages she fluently speaks include, German, French, Italian, Spanish, English, and Hindi. The motivation behind why she got acknowledged in the business so effectively is a result of her ability to talk in distinctive dialects. Suzanne Bernert was conceived in Detmold, Germany. Both of her guardians were German and she had no association with India. When she was 16, she did a three year acting course in Germany, followed by a small course with an American performer/maker, Susan Batson, in Berlin.
After an arrangement of offers from India Suzanne Bernert chose to move to India to seek after her fantasy and turn into a performer (2005). She was first seen in the TV screen, with a role in an extremely prominent broadcast slot of that time,
Kasautii Zindagii Kay
(29 October 2001 – 28 February 2008), aired on Star Plus. In the television serial she played the part of a foreign bahu 'Doris Bajaj', daughter-in-law of the lead character (Mr. Bajaj). After being casted in Ekta kapoors tv serial, everyone had their eyes upon her, and soon she got casted in many Marathi TV series and movies.
She was also casted in a number of television series such as Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai (October 3, 2011- September 13, 2013), which aired on Star Plus. And another Documentary based TV show named 7 RCR (11 January 2014 – 29 March 2014: 24 May 2014-7 June 2014), aired on ABP NEWS. 7 RCR is a show of performed histories of every one of the individuals who have the courage to make it to 7 Race Course Road, the Prime Minister's official living arrangement. The show intends to bring to the crowd previously never seen actualities of Indian history. She has also worked with, one of Bollywood's leading actor, Aamir Khan in a TV commercial.
Suzanne calls India as her new home; she likes Indian people and their culture. She said in an interview, "I was conceived German, yet Indian is what I am from within. I don't know why, but I always fancy India and I am planning on staying here in India.”