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In May 2011, she and Antonio Sabàto, Jr. welcomed a son named Antonio Kamakanaalohamaikalani Harvey Sabato III. His first middle name means “a beloved gift from the heavens.” Sabato Jr. and Marie were married in Kauai on September 25, 2012.
She was selected to be a Los Angeles Raiderette and continued with the team when they moved to Oakland in 1995 to become an Oakland Raiderette.
More DetailsHide DetailsShe sang the Star Spangled Banner, for the Los Angeles Lakers, Ice Dogs Hockey League, Los Angeles Dodgers, NHRA and the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach. She also recorded the theme song for Hawaiian Tropic, "Come With Me".
She was asked to record for Sony International - John Kalodner, J Records - Clive Davis, G funk Camp and Virgin Records, which led to Cheryl becoming one of Luis Miguel's back-up singers touring the US as well as Mexico, Puerto Rico, Monterrey, Dominican Republic among other countries.
She was an on-air presenter for the STARZ movie channel conducting interviews with, Antonio Banderas, Ice Cube, Cedric the Entertainer, Lucy Liu, Raquel Welch, Matthew Perry, Mary Wilson and The Funk Brothers of MoTown. She also recorded ads for Dominican Republic Tourism Bureau, Clairol Shampoo and MTV Network. She later worked with Mattel when their Hawaiian Barbie was introduced in Beverly Hills.
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