What happened to Sid Haig widow Susan L. Oberg? Unveiling about her in bio.

Susan L. Oberg and Sid Haig had a perfect relationship. Despite their age difference, the pair were madly in love and admired the other’s profession. Despite being the picture-perfect pair for over a decade & a half, the pair had to ultimately part ways after Haig passed away in 2019. The news came as a shock not just to Oberg but also to fans around the world. Considering Haig’s contribution to the world of horror, it was only natural that his death would be mourned by millions around the world. But for this article, we will take a closer look at the life and wiki-bio of Haig’s widow, Susan L. Oberg.

Early Life:

Susan L. Oberg was born on the 11th of September 1972, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. Born and raised in Philadelphia, not much is known about Oberg, and details on her early life were never revealed to the media. On the education side of things, Oberg graduated from a local high school before deciding to join Temple University. She later graduated with a Fine Arts degree in metals from the Tyler School of Art

Sid Haig & Susan L. Oberg back then attending an event together

Piercings, writer, and poet:

On the career side of things, Oberg worked as a body piercer for most of her early years. She started working at Warrior body piercing in Philadelphia in 1996 and later moved to, Gemini body piercing, a company she founded herself. She worked as a body piercer for five years up until 2001 and decided to leave it all to follow her passion for poetry and writing.

Over the years, Oberg has worked on a few collections both as a writer and editor. One of her first works was as an editor for Joe Knetter’s Twisted Loneliness, a collection of short stories. She also had 15 poetic works published by Splatbooks, Noble House UK, and The International Library of Poetry.

Life in movies:

Oberg also made a few appearances in movies, mostly due to her husband’s affiliations. She worked as a unit publicist for Little Big Top and Dark Moon Rising and also took up the role of a creative consultant on the 2019 movie, High on the Hog.

Relationship with Sid:

It is not known when and where Sid and Oberg met. The pair were already dating by the time Sid achieved fame for his roles. The pair dated for quite a while before deciding to tie the knot on the 3rd of November, 2007.

Sid Haig & Susan Oberg on their wedding day

Following her relationship with Haig, Oberg started working as Haig’s publicist and also started working as the CEO of The Haig Group, a corporation that they formed together. She also served as the co-administrator for Haig’s official website.

Losing her husband:

In September 2019, Oberg revealed that Haig had vomited in his sleep and the vomit had gone into his lungs. However, since Haig was already in ER, it was detected early, and things looked normal for him. In a now-deleted Instagram post, Oberg explained Haig’s condition briefly. She even put up a follow-up post saying that Haig was feeling better.

“I apologize for my cryptic post Thursday night/early Friday morning, but what can I say – I was freaking out! What wife wouldn’t? And shit got real heavy for a minute there, but he bounced back like a champ! So I am making this update now because I finally feel comfortable & calm enough to let you all know he’s fighting like a true warrior and he is WINNING the fight!!!”

However, things did not get better and Haig passed away on the 23rd of September, 2019. She posted a picture of her hand holding Haig’s hand and captioned it,

“My light, my heart, my true love, my King, the other half of my soul, Sidney, passed from this realm on to the next. He has returned to the Universe, a shining star in her heavens. He was my angel, my husband, my best friend and always will be. He adored his family, his friends and his fans. This came as a shock to all of us. We, as a family, are asking that our privacy and time to mourn be respected.”

Following Haig’s death, Oberh has maintained her distance from mainstream media and is not too keen on making statements. In honor of her late husband she has changed her Instagram profile to a memorial page which goes by the name Remembering Sid Haig

Susan Oberg & Sid Haig children:

In over a decade of conjugal life, Susan and Sid did not give birth to any children. However, from his previous relationship, Haig extends the family line with children and grandchildren. According to Haig’s obituary, his children’s names are Phaedra and Tate, and they have gone on to give him a new generation bloodline with two grandchildren Lucky and Mireille-Therese.

How rich is Susan L. Oberg? Her net worth?

Sid Haig had a net worth of $1.5 Million before his death. Since he did not donate his wealth to charities or other humanitarian organizations, the wealth remained in the family. Stepping up, Susan takes care of the assets & their projects and acts as the President & CEO of “The Haig Group, Inc.” Talking everything into account, Susan L. Oberg has a net worth standing over $1 Million.

Has Susan L. Oberg remarried? Or dating someone?

Love can flourish again and Susan in her early 50s is young enough to get re-marry. Since the death of her husband, Susan is not active on social media platforms and barely shares her personal life. Due to her private nature, we cannot tell for sure if Susan has moved on & found solace in the arms of another man.

How tall is Susan L. Oberg?

Susan is neither the tallest nor the shortest person, she has a height of 5 feet 11 inches. A healthy person with her stature should have a weight in the range of 140 lbs – 171 lbs.

Wiki/Bio Facts:

Full Name:Susan L. Oberg
Other Name:Susan Oberg
Birth Date:September 11, 1972
Birth Place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Marital Status:Widowed
Husband:Sidney Eddie Mosesian (2007-2019)
Education:Temple University
Net Worth:Over $1 Million
Father’s Name:N/A
Mother’s Name:N/A
Height:5 feet 9 inches
Weight:140 lbs – 171 lbs.
Social Media:Linkedin

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