In the English version, she was voiced by Peggy O'Neal.
In the Japanese version, she was voiced by Ai Nagano.
She is playful and carefree and behaves exactly like a child of her age, seven years old.
When Suzie first meets Antylamon, after spending some time together, they develop a special bond. When Antylamon's fellow Deva, Makuramon, appears and tried to harm Suzie, Antylamon drives him away. As punishment, Zhuqiaomon reverts Antylamon to Lopmon for protecting a human, and Lopmon became a partner to Suzie.
Digimon Tamers: The Adventurers' Battle
She has a minor role, since she is not yet a Domatrice and Lopmon was not yet with her during the period in which the film takes place. Suzie seems to feel disgusted with the V-Pet that destroys her computer and the obvious math errors she notes in the math program.
Digimon Tamers: Runaway Locomon
Suzie was on board a train with Terriermon, Henry and Lopmon when Locomon arrived in the Real World. When the trains were rendered inoperable, Henry, Suzie and their partners had to hoof it on foot.
On the way, Henry switched Lopmon for Terriermon as they passed Suzie.
Afterwards, Suzie attended Rika's birthday party.
- She is the third youngest of the Tamers, with only Ai and Mako being younger than her.
- Her English Voice Actress, Peggy O'Neal is best known voicing as Botamon from Digimon Adventure and Yakumo Tatsuro from Shinzo.