"You're born naked & the rest is drag."

▪  Born and raised in San Diego, CA. Moved to Atlanta, GA at 15

▪  Studied theatre at the North Atlanta School of Performing Arts

▪  Lead singer of rock band Wee Wee Pole before moving to NYC mid-eighties

▪  Crowned clubworld’s The Queen Of Manhattan in 1989

▪  Achieved international fame with hit song Supermodel (You Better Work)”

▪  1st feature film: Spike Lee’s Crooklyn

▪  Appears in more than 50 films and TV shows

▪  Recorded a duet with Sir Elton John that reached #7 on the UK charts

▪  Signed a 7-year contract as the first face of MAC Cosmetics

▪  Filmed 100 episodes of TV talker The RuPaul Show on VH1

▪  NYC morning radio veteran: WKTU 

▪  Published four books: Lettin’ It All Hang Out, Workin’ ItGuRu, and The House of Hidden Meanings

▪  Singer/Songwriter of 18 solo albums, including the latest, Black Butta

▪  A wax portrait of RuPaul is displayed at Madame Tussauds Museum in NYC

▪  Host and Executive Producer of the world-wide hit reality competition series RuPaul’s Drag Race

▪  Hosted NBC’s Saturday Night Live on February 8, 2020

▪  Fourteen-time Emmy Award winner, the most awarded to any person of color

▪  Critics Choice Award winner: Best Reality TV Host

▪  Named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2017

▪  Cover of Entertainment Weekly June 2017

▪  Cover of Vanity Fair January 2020

▪  100K people attend RuPaul’s DragCon annually

▪  Starred in the Netflix series AJ and the Queenwhich he co-wrote and co-produced with Michael Patrick King

▪ Presented with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame by Jane Fonda March 2018

▪  10+ million followers on social media

 Splits time between New York, California, and Wyoming