AB Quintanilla III is the oldest of Abraham Quintanilla Jr.’s three children, which also include the late Selena and Suzette Quintanilla. A.B. had eight children, including Svaneti (born 1991), Gianni Quintanilla (born 2000), four more sons, and two more girls.
He married Rikkie Leigh Robertson, his lifelong love, on November 12, 2011. On July 5, 2016, he announced the dissolution of his marriage following a performance. Together, they are childless.
A.B. Quintanilla married Argentinian national Anjelah O. in Las Vegas, Nevada, on September 16, 2019.
Portrayals in Media
In the 1997 movie Selena, Rafael Tamayo plays A.B. Quintanilla III as a young boy, and Jacob Vargas plays him as an adult.
2020 Netflix series
In the 2020 Netflix series Selena: The Series, A.B. Quintanilla III is portrayed by Juan Martinez as a young boy and Gabriel Chavarria as an adult.
Selena: The Series includes Vangie, AB Quintanilla’s first wife.
In a religious ceremony in Corpus Christi, Texas, the author of “Como La Flor” married Vangie when he was 24 years old. Selena y Los Dinos, a family band formed by AB Quintanilla, was still performing at the time, and Selena had one year until the release of her self-titled debut album with EMI Latin. The pair, according to Texas Monthly, lived close to A.B.’s parents.
In his book To Selena, With Love, Chris Pérez, the guitarist for Selena y Los Dinos and eventually Selena’s husband, described how he and Selena used the widely reported relationship between A.B. and Vangie to draw attention away from their own relationship from the media and probably Selena’s father Abraham.
A.B. got married four more times after Vangie.
AB Quintanilla had children with the actress Heather Grein, whom he married as his second wife in 2002. After a two-year relationship, Grein and Quintanilla’s split up, but it appears that they are still in touch because she recently shared photos of A.B. and two of his sons with her three kids and paid homage to Selena on Instagram. She also sent birthday greetings to Suzette.
According to Hola, AB Quintanilla wed Brenda Ramirez in 2004, becoming his third marriage. The following ten years were spent during his marriage to model Rikkie Leigh Robinson, which lasted from 2011 to 2016. On her Instagram feed, she also paid homage to Selena. From their shared home, A.B. and Robinson posted a vlog about their relationship.
A.B. and his wife Anjelah married in 2019 and share snaps on Instagram.
Anjelah Quintanilla, née Orellano, and AB Quintanilla were wed in September 2019, according to AB’s Instagram. The couple’s first year of marriage appeared to be going smoothly. “You made my world a great one,” A.B. wrote.
He frequently posts updates about their relationship as well as old Selena pictures on Instagram.
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On December 13, 1963, A.B. Quintanilla was born in Toppenish, Washington, in the United States. He is an actor and composer best known for his roles in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005), Fast & Furious (2009), and Selena (1997). His union with Anjelah Orellano began on September 16, 2019. Rikkie Robertson, Brenda Ramirez, Heather Grein, and Vangie Almeida were among his prior wives.
Later, Abraham Quintanilla made a comeback with the Kumbia Kings, a group that fused pop with cumbia. The Kumbia Kings performed on shows like Cristina Saralegui’s El Show de Cristina, went on an international tour, and had a number of CDs released. Additionally, Quintanilla worked as a producer for celebrities like Thala, Alicia Villarreal, Cristian Castro, and Verónica Castro. The 2004 CD, A.B. Quintanilla III Presents Joe Lopez, which included the songs “Cuando Estoy Contigo” and “Soy Tan Feliz,” co-written by Quintanilla and Luigi Giraldo, was produced and orchestrated by him. A.B. Quintanilla quit Kumbia Kings in the middle of 2006 because of an argument with Cruz Martnez. Kumbia All Starz was founded in 2006 by A.B., Chris Pérez and Pee Wee, two newcomers and former Kumbia Kings. Hits from this new band included “Chiquilla,”