Susanna Hoffs (born: January 17, 1959, Los Angeles, CA, USA) is an American singer, guitarist and actress. She is best known as a co-founder and leader of The Bangles. The Bangles were a popular female band in the 80's. They scored hits with "Manic Monday", "If She Knew What She Wants", "Walk Like An Egyptian", "In Your Room", "Eternal Flame" and more. Susanna Hoffs went to pursue a solo careers and released the albums "When You're A Boy" (1991) and "Susanna Hoffs" (1996).