Seeiah Owens is a SSX character who made her debut in SSX Tricky. She returns in SSX 3. In SSX Blur, DJ Atomika mentioned she "was last seen spinning chill grooves in a Soho neighbourhood lounge."
A fun-loving, confident, self-sufficient sistah is how one would describe Seeiah Owens. She has East coast urban roots that run deep through her taste in music and fashion. With her shaved head, eclectic color/fashion sense and outgoing personality, she sticks out loud and proud in the gray skies of the Pacific Northwest, where she lives now. Her trick sensibilities come from her East Coast urban inline skating background. Seeiah has brought soul to the snow.
- Nationality: American
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 140 lbs.
- Age: 25
- Blood Type: AB
- Rider Style: Freestyle
- Alternate Sport: Inline Skating
- Motto: "Be yourself"
- Dream Date: Amiri Barake
- Friend: Marisol & Moby
- Enemy: Eddie
- Favorite Movie: Spike Lee Joints
- Favorite Reading: Marija Gimbutas
- Favorite Music: R&B, House
- Favorite Course: Merqury City
- Favorite Trick: (Seeiah's Sublime) Soul Grind
- Other Hobbies: Chilling with her friends and family
- Greatest Strength: Self-confidence
- Greatest Weakness: Pushes self too hard
|Marisol Diez Delgado||18%||Friend|
|JeanPaul 'JP' Arsenault||65%||Neutral|
Despite their age difference, (Marisol being 18, while Seeiah is 25) Marisol and Seeiah get along great and are very close friends. In SSX Tricky, they both mention each other in their interviews, and even encourage one another before a race is about to begin. The two like to go party together, and Seeiah sometimes tells Marisol she is beautiful, implying the two have a strong connection.
- Macy Gray - SSX Tricky (2001)
- Seeiah is the oldest female at 25 years old in SSX Tricky
- She and Moby are the only black characters in the series thus far (not counting the user created characters in On Tour).
- She is the only African American in the series thus far.
- She is the only character other than Zoe, to be voiced by a singer (Macy Gray).
- Her name is pun on the saying 'see ya.'
- Her catchphrase is "Funk-o-matic".