• If you lived in South America or Miami, in or around, 1997 you may have seen, a 7 year-old, Suki in a Chevy Blazer commercial dressed as a recreational T-ball player getting chased by her team-mates as she yelled "Es mio! You soy Quarto Bate!"* *translation: "It's mine! I'm forth up to bat"

  • In Japanese Suki means 'like' or 'love'

  • Suki loves to paint and draw. She has a secret dream to live on Montmartre in Paris, France and sell her works on the street while drinking her cafe au lete and eating foi gras whenever possible. (It could happen!) 



I can show you how to get to, get to Sesame Street!!!! 

"Sesame Street is introducing a fun and fresh face to the neighborhood! “Nina,” a young bilingual Hispanic woman, uses her wit, compassion and charisma to help the furry residents of Sesame Street solve their daily dilemmas, providing a positive role model for preschoolers.

Sesame Street is constantly evolving and has a long-standing history of modeling a diverse community. As producers took note of changing demographics in the United States, it was important to represent this diversity in the new addition to the cast. Played by Suki Lopez, “Nina” is very excited to have moved to Sesame Street where she works at the bike store. She’s a tinkerer, a builder and a fixer, and has a special relationship with Rosita. Her natural curiosity allows her to come up with out-of-the box solutions to Elmo and the gang’s problems, modeling creative problem-solving strategies."


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