Sandra Gillette (born September 16, 1974) is a former American R&B-dance artist active during the 1990s.
She was born in New Jersey to a Puerto Rican mother and Mexican father and grew up in Chicago and Houston, singing and rapping her way through the 1990s. Sandra Gillette graduated from Romeoville High School in 1992.
Gillette is best known for her dance hits "Short Dick Man" and "Mr. Personality" from her 1994 album, On the Attack. In 1996, she released her second album, Shake Your Money Maker. To be permitted for airplay, "Short Dick Man" was released titled as "Short Short Man" with the censored title. Her producers, 20 Fingers, were in charge of some of her biggest hits. She was cast in several independent films, and in 2004, she co-founded a Cabaret group called Peekaboo Revue. After a year of performances, the group eventually went their own ways.