|Born||January 5, 1966|
|Origin||New York City, New York|
|Genres||Punk rock, alternative rock, alternative hip hop, indie rock|
|Associated acts||Beastie Boys
Schellenbach was born in New York City, New York. She played with the Beastie Boys from 1981 to 1984, and drummed for Luscious Jackson until the band broke up in spring of 2000, and again when they re-formed in 2011.
She was later segment producer on Lopez Tonight and a producer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. She appeared on screen on a show first aired on December 4, 2007, playing the bongos with host Ellen DeGeneres.
Schellenbach attended New York City's Stuyvesant High School. She was romantically linked to Josephine Wiggs. During their relationship they appeared on the cover of The Advocate, a national LGBT magazine published in the United States. They formed the short-lived band Ladies Who Lunch, and Schellenbach played drums on Luscious Jackson's side-project, Kostars, which Wiggs recorded and co-produced.
Schellenbach was also the drummer for the New York based advanced commercial performance group, Hagatha.
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