Together with Willy Russell, Suzi wrote a musical which premiered in 1991 in London, but was quickly canceled.
In 1974, Suzi went on tour as the preliminary act for Grand Funk Railroad. The tour went through the United States and Australia.
At the age of 8, Suzi had her first public performance along with her father and his band called Art Quatro Trio.
Suzi grew up in the Detroit suburb of Grosse Pointe, Michigan.
Suzi stands 5' tall.
Suzi lives in both England and Germany.
Suzi hosts a rock and roll show on BBC Radio.
Suzi has performed in the movie Annie Oakley, the British version of Annie Get Your Gun.
As of 2006, Suzi's husband is Rainer Haas.
Suzi's niece is Sherilyn Fenn, Audrey Home of Twin Peaks.
Suzi has a daughter, Laura, and a son, Leonard.
For 16 years, Suzi was married to her guitarist, Len Tuckey.
Suzi shares a birthday with Family Ties theme song singer, Deniece Williams.
In real life, Suzi is younger than her older Happy Days sister Roz Kelly by seven years.
Suzi's style of music is called "heavy glam rock."
Suzi toured the USA with Alice Cooper.
Suzi's first label was RAK Records.
Suzi's first broad-based hit song was Can the Can. It was number 1 in Europe and Australia.
Suzi's first single, Rolling Stone sold best in Portugal.
Suzi was discovered in Detroit by record producer Mickie Most.
Suzi moved from Detroit to England in 1971 in order to launch her singing career.
Suzi's first music group was Pleasure Seekers and Cradle.
Suzi has two sisters, Patti and Arlene.
Suzi's parents are Art Quatro and Helen Rebel.
Suzi is listed as a singer, bassist, radio personality and an actress.