Electra Nicole Mustaine (born January 28, 1998) is a recording artist, actress, model and songwriter. She was raised in Fallbrook, California and currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
Mustaine is the daughter of thrash metal musician Dave Mustaine, lead vocalist of Megadeth, and Pamela Anne Casselberry. She was born in Scottsdale, Arizona on January 28, 1998, six years after her older brother, Justis. She is one-quarter Jewish.
Mustaine moved to Fallbrook, California at age 5 and started pursuing a career in musical theater at age 7. She began to practice singing in attempt at one day becoming a more prominent figure in the world musical theater & acting. Electra was co-host of Animal Planet's TV show, Faithful Friends "Itty Bitty Buddy" segment with WWE wrestler Bill Goldberg's wife, Wanda. Electra would continue to frequent Los Angeles for auditions and acting classes. As Electra Mustaine built her voice, her love for music began to flourish above all else. "I had my first recital at the local theater in my hometown Mission Theater and I remember my dad had just gotten off tour, and my mom was sitting next to him in the seats. Well, he slept through the whole show until I came on. I started singing and I actually woke him up. He said to my mom, 'Who is that?' And my mom said, 'That's your daughter.'" says Mustaine. That's when her family started to support her pursuit of a musical career. Mustaine began performing at fairgrounds and small gigs & venues around San Diego County and even in Chicago. In 2013, she performed a cover of her father's band's song, "A Tout Le Monde" by Megadeth on Seattle's KING-TV and having a benefit concert for the Ward 57 Wounded Warrior Project to raise funds for wounded veterans and their families. In 2014, Mustaine appeared as a guest vocalist on Michael Sweet's, the lead vocalist of Stryper, solo album, I'm Not Your Suicide, during the bonus track version of the song "Heart of Gold". Mustaine moved to Nashville, TN when she was 16 where she would learn how to write her own songs