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Selena Quintanilla – Perez Net Worth

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Selena Quintanilla – Perez net worth is
$10 Million

Selena Quintanilla – Perez Wiki/Biography

Selena Quintanilla – Perez was a singer, songwriter, actress, model, spokesperson and fashion designer born on 16th April 1971 in Lake Jackson, Texas USA, of Cherokee ancestry through her mother, and Mexican-American through her father. Selena was one of the most successful Mexican-American entertainers of the late 20th century, being named “top Latin artist of the ‘90s” and “best-selling Latin artist of the decade” by Billboard magazine, and referred to as Queen of Tejano music and the “Tejano Madona”. She passed away in 1995.

Have you ever wondered how rich Selena Quintanilla-Perez was? According to sources it has been estimated that Selena Quintanilla-Perez’s net worth was $10 million, accumulated through an extraordinarily successful career in the entertainment industry, based primarily on music but also comprising other branches such as acting, fashion and design. Having built an exceptionally lucrative career as a public personality, her net worth increased significantly.

Selena Quintanilla – Perez Net Worth $10 Million

Selena was the youngest child in the family – her father encouraged her interest in music, being an ex-musician himself, even taking her out of school on occasions, but she matriculated and enrolled at Pacific Western University, studying business administration. However, her debut on the entertainment scene had come when she was nine years old, with the “Selena y Los Dinos” band which consisted of her other siblings, and she started her professional career in 1982, when she began recording and building her music career despite often being turned down due to performing Tejano music – a male-dominated genre, but from 1987, she won the Tejano Music Award in the category for Female Vocalist of the Year nine consecutive times.

However, “Selena” was signed by EMI Latin, and began releasing albums – “Entre a Mi Mundo” (1992) was listed first on the U.S. Billboard Regional Mexican Albums chart for 19 weeks and was considered a leap in her musical career. Her success continued to flourish as her next year’s album “Live!” won earned the Best Mexican/American Album award at the 1994 Grammy Awards, making it the first album of a Tejano artist to achieve this. “Amor Prohibido” came out in 1994 and instantly became one of the best-selling Latin albums in the US – the following year it was nominated for a Grammy award for Best Mexican/American Album and won Record of the Year at the 1995 Tejano Music Awards. Selena and her music were constantly acclaimed for making Tejano music one of the most popular Latin music genres, and launching this kind of music more widely into the entertainment industry, and having achieved such wide popularity, Selena started also recording songs in English.

However, singing was not her only talent, and Selena also started her own line of clothing. Both of her newly opened salons called “Selena Etc.” were notably successful, and helped rank her among the Hispanic musicians with the highest income in 1993 and 1994. In addition, Selena also had an acting venture, when she briefly appeared in “Don Juan De Marco” (1995) next to Johnny Depp and Marlon Brando.

During – partly because of – her career, she became a spokesperson and a role model for young women, donating much of her time to civic causes. Sadly, in March 1995, Selena’s friend and ex-employee at her Selena Etc. boutiques, Yolanda Saldivar shot her dead in a hotel room in Texas following an argument about embezzlement on Yolanda’s part. Saldivar was then captured by the police and given a life sentence in the Mountain View Unit in Gatesville, Texas. Selena’s crossover album “Dreaming of You” was released posthumously, and Selena becamethe first Latin artist who debuted atop the Billboard 200.

Privately, Selena began a relationship with her guitarist Chris Perez after he joined her band. The couple married in April 1992, but had a difficult start due to her father’s hostility towards their relationship. Selena died on 31st March 1995 in Corpus Christi, Texas.


Full NameSelena
Net Worth$10 Million
Date Of BirthApril 16, 1971
DiedMarch 31, 1995, Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
Place Of BirthLake Jackson, Texas, United States
Height1.65 m
ProfessionSinger
EducationAmerican School of Correspondence, Pacific Western University, West Oso Junior High School, Oran M. Roberts Elementary School
NationalityAmerican
SpouseChris Pérez (m. 1992–1995)
ParentsMarcella Samora, Abraham Quintanilla Jr.
SiblingsA.B. Quintanilla III, Suzette Quintanilla
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0702373/
AwardsGrammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album, Billboard Latin Music Award for Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Female, ALMA Award for Outstanding Album, Como la Flor, Bidi Bidi Bom Bom, Dreaming of You
Music GroupsSelena y Los Dinos
NominationsBillboard Latin Music Award for Latin Pop Album of the Year, Billboard Latin Music Award for Latin Pop Albums Artist of the Year, Solo, Texan Music Awards, Como la Flor, Bidi Bidi Bom Bom, Dreaming of You
MoviesDon Juan DeMarco
#Trademark
1Ability to sing pop, cumbia, rancheras, and R&B
2Sequin bras
3Red lipstick
4Sequin purple jumpsuit
#Quote
1My philosophy could be resumed as: Life would be very boring if people don't try to do new things.
2You have to understand the culture is very conservative, and I think that's why everybody made a big stink about Madonna, because she showed a lot of skin, and it was different. I think it shocked a lot of people, and I think it's the same in the Tejano market. Wearing the bras on stage shocked everybody, and that's probably why I got branded for the bra. - about her style
3I love to wear hats. And I like to wear coordinated outfits, so I stared wearing the hats and the tight pants. And I started wearing the pants, the black pants because I have very big hips and every woman knows that it is a very slimming color and that's how I got into wearing the high wasted pants because it makes your waist look smaller and your hips go down and makes you look a little bit more look curvy.
4I love Texas. I'm a Texas girl. I am Texan. I really like Corpus because it's really laid back. It's like 385,000 in population. Its very small compared to Los Angeles. I like it. Everybody treats me like I'm nobody. It's like Selena's at the mall. She's shopping again. No biggie. When I go other places, I'm working, and I'm enjoying meeting people, but when I go home, that's my time to be myself, and relax.
5I find it very flattering. I think when people say that, that means it as success goes. Everybody can identify my music from Madonna's and Gloria's. My music is totally different. Gloria Estefan has her own style. I admire her and respect her highly because she is an Hispanic woman who's opened doors for everybody else that has come along. I think everyone should respect her for that."-on being compared to Madonna and Gloria Estefan
6I think the public plays an important role in supporting an artist in their career. - the 1989 Tejano Music Awards
7I'm in charge of the uniforms and outfits. I design clothes and jewelry on the side. So we make our own things, which I love to do. I love shiny things and clothing. - on fashion business
8Well, I think that's cause of my dad and his belt, (imitates her father) 'You're gonna sing little girl!'. Boy, I was very shy but when a person grows up you change and those things do too. - on overcoming shyness
9We had these monkey bars in the back of my house and we used to get my mother's sheets and tie them to the bars and make little cocoons and just hang in there all day.
10What's cool about our family is that we don't hold grudges and I think that's sort of been the key to the success. Ya know we have our disagreements but whether we're right or wrong we'll just go and apologize. That's just the way we are.
11The family that plays together stays together.
12What I do on stage, you won't catch me doing off stage. I mean, I think deep down I'm still kind of, like, timid and modest about a lot of things. But on stage, I release all that; I let it go.
13We were friends. I never thought I'd wanna marry a musician. - on Chris
14We're a very unified family. Within the family we have aggressive and dominating personalities, but we believe the family is the most important thing of all.
15Tejano music is a very relaxing style and it reminds me of home.
16I lost a lot out of my teenage hood but I gained a lot too. I can't really say that I lost because I got ahead of everyone as far as career and being more mature about business, even though I didn't know what the heck was going on.
17I'm spoiled in the sense that now I get what I want but it's because I work for it.
18The life of an artist isn't all glamorous. It's a lot of work. A lot of people think it's very easy. They think you always stay in good hotels, you buy good things, but it's not like that. You have to work hard like everybody else.
19The reason I'm so appreciative of everything that's going on around me is cause I never expected it. Never dreamed...never in my wildest dreams thought I would come this far and I plan to keep that attitude.
20A lot of people say..ya know that it's hard to work with family and what's good about our family is that we've all had the same goal and we all have the same respect for my father...so when we get into a discussion, there's dad like good old times with a belt. I think a lot of the musical talent came on my father's part because he used to be a musician many years ago when he had his own band named Los Dinos.
21As for dancing, I only dance with people I know. I don't dance with strangers unless they ask my dad for permission. I also enjoy seeing other people dance. Then I go backstage and practice the steps I saw.
  • on dancing
22They're putting more powder on me because I have very oily skin. That's why we're coming out with the Selena line of makeup. - on filming the "No Me Queda Mas" video
23Thank goodness we stuck to it because we have come a long way, you know. Really and truly, I can't imagine myself having an everyday job and going into an office. I love business. I have my own business aside from singing, but I can't picture myself going to the same place everyday. I don't know, it would be kind of a drag to me, I guess I have gotten so used to traveling now. When I have the chance to relax, I'm real hyper and ready to go.
24When dad first introduced us to it we were like, no you can't make us play it. There were times we would come in to practice and we would start crying, 'We don't wanna learn this music.' But we learned it and now that's all we listen to on the radio and we like to play it. - on Tejano music
25We got up and we screamed. It was the pre-telecast part of the awards and there was maybe like 10 of us sitting in one row towards the back of the place, showed up kinda late. Like always, I'm always late for everything and they announced uh me as the winner and I was like oh my God and we all stood and we screamed and I was wearing this like crystal beaded gown and I remember going down, cause it's kind of on a slant, and thinking gee Selena if you fall..you are gonna be so embarrased don't fall cause it had like this fishtail in the back of it and I was trying to be all cool walking up there, but it was great and thinking back now...it's just an experience I will never forget. -on her Grammy Experiences
26I loved Lake Jackson because of the green grass, the trees. I remember eating at the Sonic and Dairy Bar. I remember how it would flood where I lived, and my friends and I would play in the water. I was a little tomboy when I was growing up. I used to like to play football with the guys and you know, normal things like hide-and-seek, and get ahold of my brother's bike and try to teach myself how to ride it.
27Well, when I'm singing I'm a completely different person. I could be very free, depending on the situation I could do what I want. I would have to deliver, like with many songs, a lot of emotion if a song is very sad, as with a very happy and excited song. It depends, it depends. Compared to when I'm my normal self, like whomever, of the public. - on performing
28I'm nervous because this is something new. I've done Tejano music all my life but from what I understand the English market is very different. I'm scared because I don't know what to expect. I'm very happy to be given the oppurtunity. I've always believed in the saying good things come to those who wait and we've been waiting patiently. I'm sure everything is gonna turn out okay. - on her English album
29Tejano music is a combination or should I say fusion of a lot of different types of music all rolled into one package. It's country music, it's jazz, it has roots of German polka, it also has Mexican music in it. - on Tejano music
30I really would not like to portray a bad person. I know I could do it. But I'm not really on the cussing thing and all. I don't really cuss in my personal life. So I couldn't see myself on the screen letting millions of people look at me cuss. I have a lot of fans who are kids and I wouldn't want to disillusion them, especially their parents.
31I miss going to school and having friends; that's normal for anyone my age. I had a very boring childhood because I never had the opportunity to associate with anybody my own age due to my career. I miss being around kids my own age.
32I think I'm very a kindhearted person. Um, I don't like to hurt people's feelings. If I do, it's not intentionally. I'm sincere and very honest. And I feel that nowadays a lot of people have lost that, but I think that starts in the home. My parents have taught me that. Being fair with people.
33One thing is that if I ever have children later on, for sure I want my children to know Spanish. It only makes you a better person or even a smarter person to know 2 languages. If that barrier is not there you can cross both lines, talk to English and Spanish people and it gets you a lot farther in business and personal communication. - on Spanish
34Ever since I was a little girl I dreamed of having a big wedding, with a long white gown and a bouquet of flowers but my love for Chris was so strong. I couldn't wait any longer for us to be together as husband and wife. I couldn't even wear my nicest dress because that would've made my father suspicious.
35If we got a hundred dollars a gig, we were like, whoa this is cool...but you have to take what you can get when you're first starting out. -on the early years of her career
36I was six and a half when I started singing. I recorded my first record when I was eight and started traveling when I was nine.
37Although my Spanish is a little weak, I feel that I am Mexican and I'm proud of my roots.
38The impossible is possible.
39Stay in school, don't drink, don't do drugs, stay chaste, live good, and go to church.
#Fact
1She wasn't born on Easter Sunday Selena was actually born after Easter in 1971 Easter fell on April 11th.
2Selena Gomez was named after her.
3Pictured on one of five nondenominated USA commemorative stamps honoring Latin Music Legends, issued on 16 March 2011; price on day of issue was 44¢. The other stamps honored Tito Puente, Carmen Miranda, Carlos Gardel, and Celia Cruz.
4Had an extensive shoe and hat collection. Her closet was and still is to this day, filled with hundreds of shoes.
5In middle school, she was in honors classes and made As and Bs.
6As a teenager, she liked to do Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown songs during her concerts.
7Even though her English Album wasn't released until 1995, she was signed to SBK records in November of 1993 to make the album.
8The songs "Where Did The Feeling Go?", "Is It The Beat?" and "Only Love" were recorded a few months after Selena singed on with EMI Latin in 1989. They remained unreleased until 1996 and 1997.
9Selena was always writing songs. What she wrote was never put to music. She used to sit around the house and jot down lyrics impulsively in notebooks and then leave the notebooks lying all over the house causing Chris to have to go around and collect them. A.B. hinted once that the most complete set of lyrics might be put to music one day as the final Selena song.
10Selena had an extensive Faberge egg collection. In her living room, she had big glass cabinets in which she kept more than 500 designer eggs. She had everything from gold to diamond, every size. If it looked like an egg she bought it. Her friends and family related this hobby to the fact that she was born on Easter Sunday. According to Suzette, each egg tells a story. There's one that Chris bought her a week before she died and then there's one Selena bought at Universal City in Los Angeles. All of the eggs are on display in their original cases at the Q-Production's Selena Museum. In the display case, they're arranged exactly the way they were in Selena's living room.
11Once Selena was late for an 8:00 p.m. gig at the Tejano Rodeo in Dallas because her plane was delayed by a snowstorm. When she showed up at 10:00 instead of canceling like many stars would do she walked out on stage apologizing heavily and then sang and danced all night so her fans wouldn't feel shortchanged.
12Her actual last performance was made a few days before her death for a children's charity.
13Was the first Tejano artist ever to win a Grammy Award.
14She never refused to sign an autograph.
15In middle school Selena was asked to try out for the cheer leading squad but because of her touring with the band she didn't have time for it.
16In 1994 to commemorate her 5 years with the company, Coca-Cola issued special Selena coke bottles that sold out rapidly. One was and might still be displayed in the San Antonio Hard Rock Cafe with her signature on it.
17As a teenager, Selena's favorite TV show was the 80s hit Moonlighting (1985), which starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd.
18Mayor of Corpus Christi proclaimed March 31, 2005, as "Selena - A Day of Remembrance" honoring the 10th anniversary of her death.
19Her final performance was March 19, 1995 in Bryan, Texas.
20When Marcela was pregnant with Selena, her parents were convinced they were having a boy. The name they had chosen was Marc Anthony. Selena's name was chosen when her mother's roommate had chosen that name for a girl she was gonna have, but she had a boy, thus Selena's name was born.
21The song 'No Me Queda Más' was written by Ricky Vela about Suzette. He has a crush on her, but she met her now husband Billy, and that's when he wrote the song.
22Her 1994 concert in Houston's Astrodome took place in front of 61,000 fans, the largest crowd in Tejano music history and in Astrodome history, second only to Garth Brooks. After her death, the self-designed purple jumpsuit she wore at the record-setting concert was donated to the Smithsonian.
23In September 1994 she played Mexico City, where front-page stories proclaimed her "La Reina Tejana."
24In April 1994, she released "Amor Prohibido", her last album. It included the hit singles, "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom", and the reworked The Pretenders' song, "Fotos y Recuerdos". In May, while promoting the album, Selena performed at Randy's Rodeo in San Antonio where, 16 years earlier, The Sex Pistols had played their second-to-last concert. "Amor Prohibido" went triple platinum by the end of the year.
25On her 1985 appearance on the Johnny Canales Show (a sort of Chicano Ed Sullivan), she asked to be interviewed in English. By the end of her life, Selena spoke the language fluently.
26Was a huge fan of Bonnie Raitt, Garth Brooks and Janet Jackson.
27As a child, she loved Donna Summer, R&B duo A Taste of Honey and rock group Air Supply.
28Loved the music of Gloria Estefan, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, Luis Enrique, The Barrio Boys, Emilio, Roberto Pulido, La Mafia, Amanda Miguel, 'Rocio Durcal', and Mexican singers Maria Mendoza, 'Lola Beltran' and Lucha Villa.
29Watched Soul Train (1971) to practice new dance moves.
30In the months following her death, more than 600 baby girls throughout south Texas were named after Selena.
31Received "Key of the City" in Houston on April 16, 1994. It was proclaimed Selena Day.
32Was nominated for a second Grammy for her album "Amor Prohibido".
33Was named by Billboard Magazine 2000 as Best Selling "Latin Artist of the Decade" selling 18,000,000 albums during that time.
34Was known as the Tex-Mex Madonna (without all the controversy).
35Was in the 1999 Guinness Book of Records as "Most Dominating Artist".
36The song "Amor Prohibido" was based on her grandparents.
37The Hardrock Cafe has a Selena star on the sidewalk in front of the restaurant, she attended the opening as a celebrity in January 1995.
38Once went bungee-jumping on a dare.
39In 1994, Coca Cola made a special Coke bottle in honor of Selena's 5 years with them.
40"Dreaming Of You" was certified 3x platinum by selling 5,000,000 copies.
417 number 1 singles: 'Buenos Amigos' which was at the top for a week, 'Dondequiera Que Estes' which was at the top for 6 weeks, 'Amor Prohibido' which topped for 9 weeks, 'Bidi Bidi Bom Bom' which topped for 4 weeks, 'No Me Queda Mas' which was number 1 for 7 weeks, 'Fotos Y Recuerdos' which was number 1 for 7 weeks, and 'Tu Solo Tu', the biggest hit of her career with 10 weeks at the top.
42Sang at her father's restaurant "Papa Gayo's" in 1980.
43Had been accepted to the Louisiana State University.
44Was planning to work on her next Tejano album and go on tour in later '95 before her tragic death.
45Her parents married on June 8, 1963.
46Her father is Mexican-American, Texas native and her mother is a Mexican- American/Cherokee Indian from Washington.
47Was the first recording artist to place five Spanish language albums simultaneously on the Billboard 200.
48Was named "Female Artist of The Year" for 9 years in a row, at the Tejano Music Awards.
49"Ven Conmigo" was the first Tejano album ever to go Gold.
50Has sold approximately 20,000,000 albums in 6 years.
51"Dreaming of You" went multi-platinum by selling over 5,000,000 copies surpassing Mariah Carey's sales records.
52Originally 13 songs were written for the album "Dreaming of You", but only 4 songs were recorded before her death.
53Began designing clothes at age 10 or 11
54Was one of the three women featured in an article in "Texas Monthly" September 1994 issue titled "20 Texans You Need to Know".
55Loved tobogganing, parasailing, and motorcycle riding.
56Her first car, a BMW, was stolen and dumped into the ocean.
57Is buried at the Seaside Memorial Park next to a Mesquite tree.
58After her death, a public viewing took place in Bayfront Plaza Convention, where over 30,000-50,000 mourners attended to pay their respects for the late Tejano star.
59Her funeral took place on April 3, 1995 at the Bayfront Plaza Convention Center, a day after it would have been her third anniversary of her marriage to Chris.
60Was in the process of building a new home containing 10 bedrooms to be located in the lush "King Estates" south of Corpus Christi, overlooking Oso Creek near Corpus Christi Botanic Garden.
61Took college correspondance courses at Pacific Western University in California.
62While growing up, she had a chicken named April.
63Yolanda Saldivar, her murderer, always maintained the shooting was accidental. Nevertheless on October 23, 1995 she was found guilty of first- degree murder and sentenced to life in prison.
64She was known as the Queen of Tejano Music.
65Had 5 dogs: a husky, a black pomeranian named Pebbles, two mastiffs named Winny and Taylor, and two miniature pinchers named Julia and Andre. She also shared a pet snake with Chris.
66Her primary language was English, but later learned Spanish.
67Her favorite restaurant was Olive Garden. She once paid a tab in a restaurant for an old woman who was dining alone. She felt sorry for the woman and gave her cake to take home.
68Before her death, Selena and Chris were planning to renew their vows on their 5th anniversary since they didn't have a real wedding.
69Weighed 5 1bs. and 10 1/2oz. at birth.
70Was the first Tejano artist to make Billboard's Latin Top 200 List of All Time Best Selling Records.
71Served as the spokesperson for Coca-Cola, bep corporation (Agree Shampoo), AT&T (phone service), and Southwestern Bell (call notes voice-mail system).
72Took correspondence classes at American School in Chicago. Graduated with a GED.
73She was born in Freeport Community Hospital in Brazosport, Texas.
74Her marriage took place in Nueces County Court where they were married by the Justice of Peace, Ben Ciarza Jr.
75Attended West Oso Junior High in Corpus Christi, Texas until she was 13.
76Attended Oran M. Roberts Elementary School.
77She was working on her first English album at the time she was killed. She was due in the studio the day of the murder.
78Following the weeks after Selena's death, "People" magazine released a commemorative issue covering Selena's death, one in English and the other in Spanish. Within a matter of days after it first appeared on the newsstand, the Spanish-language edition sold out everyhwere, that "People" had to go into 6 more reprint sessions. The mass hysteria for Selena memorabilia was so intense, that after six successful reprints of the Spanish-issue, "People" decided to release a Spanish-language edition of their magazine, "People en Espanol" which became a popular selling magazine.
79Won a Grammy in 1994
80Had two boutiques, one in San Antonio and one in Corpus Christi
81She designed her own clothes
82Set an attendance-record on the Houston Astrodome on a Sunday-matinée show.
83Lived next door to her parents
84Had a shoe collection
85She drove a red porsche
86Listed in "People Weekly"s "Most Intriguing People" list. (December 25, 1995/January 1, 1996 issue)

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Selena1997performer: "Amor Prohibido" 1994, "Baila esta Cumbia" 1992, "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" 1994, "Como la Flor" 1992, "Dreaming of You" 1989, "I Could Fall in Love" 1995, "El Chico del Apartamento 512" 1994, "La Carcacha" 1992, "Funky Town" 1979, "I Will Survive" 1975, "Last Dance" 1978, "No Me Queda Mas" 1994, "On the Radio" 1979, "Si Una Vez" 1994, "Regresa a Mi" 2004, "Where Did the Feeling Go?" 1984 / writer: "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" 1994 - as Selena Quintanilla-Perez
Selena Live: The Last Concert1995Video performer: "I Will Survive / Funky Town / Last Dance / The Hustle / On the Radio", "Amor Prohibido", "Baila Esta Cumbia", "Tus Desprecios", "Cobarde", "Techno Cumbia", "La Carcacha", "No Me Queda Más", "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom", "Si Una Vez", "El Chico del Apartamento 512", "Ya Ves", "Como La Flor" / writer: "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom"
Cara & Coroa1995TV Series performer: "I Could Fall in Love"
Blue in the Face1995performer: "God's Child"
Don Juan DeMarco1994performer: "El Toro Relajo", "No Me Quieras Tanto"

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Don Juan DeMarco1994Singer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Lea Sunshine Covering Dreaming of You by Selena2012TV Movie

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Selena ¡vive!2005TV Movie dedicatee
Selena1997dedicatee - as Selena Quintanilla Perez

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Selena, su ultimo adios2013TV Movie documentaryHerself
Selena: Greatest Hits2003VideoHerself
Selena Live: The Last Concert1995VideoHerself
Latin Nights1995TV Movie documentaryHerself
Pa'lante con Cristina1994TV SeriesHerself
The 36th Annual Grammy Awards1994TV SpecialHerself
Sábado gigante1994TV SeriesHerself
Two Women, One Road1993TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Latin Explosion: A New America2015TV Movie documentaryHerself - Musician
Entertainment Tonight2015TV SeriesHerself
Reel Crime/Real Story2012TV Series documentaryHerself
Biography2008TV Series documentaryHerself
Selena: Queen of Tejano2007Video documentary shortHerself
Rumbo a los premios furia musical 20042004TV MovieHerself
101 Most Shocking Moments in Entertainment2003TV Movie documentaryHerself
The Greatest2001TV Series documentaryHerself
American Justice1998TV Series documentaryHerself
Behind the Music1998TV Series documentaryHerself
Selena: The Final Notes1997VideoHerself
Selena Remembered1997VideoHerself
Selena1997Herself (uncredited)
E! True Hollywood Story1996TV Series documentaryHerself
15th Annual Tejano Music Awards1995VideoHerself - Special Tribute

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