Jackie Guerra

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Jackie Guerra is a Mexican American[1] actress best known for being the star of the short-lived sitcom First Time Out. She also co-starred in the PBS series, American Family in addition to co-starring roles in feature films, including a role as Jennifer Lopez’s drum playing sister in the Warner Bros. biopic Selena and opposite Woody Allen in Picking Up the Pieces.

Her autobiography, Under Construction, was published in January 2006.

Guerra is an actress, author, television personality, talk-radio host and designer. She co-starred in the critically acclaimed PBS series American Family in addition to co-starring roles in feature films, including a turn as Jennifer Lopez’s drum-playing sister in the Warner Bros. biopic Selena and opposite Woody Allen in Picking Up the Pieces.

After an appearance on Celebrity Hobbies she was tapped to host the DIY Network’s Jewelry Making. On her eponymous talk-radio show, The Jackie Guerra Show (Air America, Jones Radio Networks), Jackie produced and hosted hundreds of hours of talk-radio, where she interviewed everyone from presidential candidates, elected officials and celebrities to ordinary people doing extraordinary things (her personal favorite).

Guerra is in a long-time feud with Latino-interest blog Guanabee.

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