The popularity of the show was influenced by the unmistakable chemistry between Deanne Bray and Yannick Bisson. Their on-screen relationship touched viewers, winning their hearts and retaining their attention.
Their performances showed how real chemistry can produce endearing characters and gripping plots. Their fans suspected their involvement with each other in their personal life.
Let’s learn about their real-life relationship.
Story Behind Sue Thomas’s Character
Deanne Bray portrays Sue Thomas, a young deaf person who can communicate in both English and American Sign Language.
She submits an application and is hired by the FBI in Washington, D.C. She sets out for Washington from her home in Ohio, picking up her first hearing dog, Levi, along the way.
Thomas’ parents have actively urged her to live in both a hearing and deaf environment, but they are worried that she won’t be able to adjust to a life that is so different from anything she has ever known.
Sue has grown up to be a very independent young woman thanks to her mother’s fight to ensure that her daughter had every chance to experience life to the fullest.
She can read lips, speak, sing, play the piano, read lips, and ice skate, though she hasn’t done that professionally since her best friend died on a bus carrying her to an ice skating competition in her teens.
Sue was a better skater, but she was unable to find the right music for the performance she was supposed to be giving.
Thomas finds that she has been given the uninteresting chore of analyzing fingerprints under “Special Projects” when she first reports to her job.
She marches into the alleged personnel office to express her concerns, but she has no intention of wasting her life looking at fingerprints.
After doing so, she learns that the office has been moved (but is still listed on the directory board) and that the guy she was yelling at is Special Agent Jack Hudson and not a member of staff.
Hudson, who is moved by her ambition, joins her for lunch and puts her to the test by asking her to lip-read for Myles, who is sitting outside some distance away.
Following that, Thomas joins Hudson’s “team” and she is promoted to Special Investigative Analyst. She experiences some growing pains at the beginning of her career, but quickly picks up on them and moves on.
She utilizes her lip-reading abilities during various surveillance missions, although she occasionally encounters difficulty when lip-reading non-English speakers. Her approachable demeanor allows her to build rapport with a variety of sources.
Did Sue Thomas Marry Jack in real life?
No, Sue Thomas did not marry Jack Hudson in real life. They are fictional characters in the TV show Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye.
While the characters Sue Thomas and Jack Hudson share a strong connection on the show, it is important to distinguish fiction from reality. In reality, Deanne Bray and Yannick Bisson led separate personal lives.
Deanne Bray married Troy Kotsur, a deaf actor, and they have a daughter together. Similarly, Yannick Bisson is married to Chantal Craig, and they have three daughters.
Why did Sue Thomas leave F.B. Eye?
She resumed her schooling after retiring from F.B. Eye due to health issues.
Sue Thomas is currently in her Vermont home with her dog Katie when she isn’t giving her renowned motivational talks all over the world.