Suzette Quintanilla Biography
Birthday: June 29, 1967 (Cancer)
Born In: Lake Jackson, Texas, United States
Suzette Quintanilla is an American musician who played the drums and percussion, and provided backing vocals for the family band 'Selena y Los Dinos' (Selena and the Guys), in which her late sister, Selena, popularly known as 'the Queen of Tejano music', performed until her murder on March 31, 1995. She ended her musical career following her sister's death. She is currently involved with her father's Latin entertainment company Q-Productions, Inc., and manages the Selena Museum in Corpus Christi, Texas. Along with her family members, she attended her sister's posthumous star ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on November 3, 2017 in Los Angeles, California, where she also addressed the crowd. The same year, she attended the event unveiling the wax figure of Selena at Madame Tussauds Museum in New York. On April 6, 2019, she attended a meet-and-greet at North Star Mall in San Antonio, Texas, hosted by popular fashion brand, Forever 21, which launched a line of clothing inspired by Selena. Her character was played by Mexican-American actress Jackie Guerra in the Jennifer Lopez-starrer 1997 biopic 'Selena'. With her father, she is one of the executive producers of the upcoming Netflix biographical drama, 'Selena: The Series', in which Mexican-American actress Noemi Gonzalez is scheduled to portray her.