List of drag queens

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This is a list of drag queens, sometimes known as female impersonators, drag performers, or drag artists. A drag queen is a person, usually a man, who dresses in feminine clothes and make-up for special occasions, often to perform or entertain.

Performers[edit]

Stage Name Name Nationality Notes
Adore Delano Danny Noriega American
Akihiro Miwa Maruyama Akihiro[1] Japanese
Alaska Thunderfuck 5000 Justin Honard American
Alexis Mateo Alexis Mateo Pacheco Puerto Rican
Alyssa Edwards Justin Johnson American
Amber LeMay Bob Bolyard[2] American
Babsan Lars-Åke Wilhelmsson Swedish [3]
Barbette Vander Clyde American [4]
Bassem Feghali Bassem Feghali Lebanese [5]
BeBe Zahara Benet Nea Marshall Kudi Cameroonian
BenDeLaCreme Benjamin Putnam American
Bianca Del Rio Roy Haylock American
Bob the Drag Queen Christopher Caldwell American
Bobby Marchan Bobby Marchan American [6]
Brini Maxwell Ben Sander American [7]
Britney Houston American [8]
Carmen Carrera Carmen Roman American
Chad Michaels Chad Michaels American
Charles Ludlam Charles Ludlam American [9]
Charles Pierce Charles Pierce American [10]
Charlie Hides Charlie Hides American-British
Chi Chi LaRue Larry David Paciotti American [11]
Christeene Vale Paul Soileau American
Conchita Wurst Tom Neuwirth Austrian
Cookie Buffet Christopher Dyer American [12]
Courtney Act Shane Jenek Australian [10]
Craig Russell Russell Craig Eadie Canadian [13]
Cynthia Lee Fontaine Carlos Hernandez Puerto Rican
Dame Edna Everage Barry Humphries Australian [14]
Danny La Rue Daniel Patrick Carroll Irish [10]
Deborah Ombres Javier Díaz Spanish [15]
Detox Icunt Matthew Sanderson American
Divine Glen Milstead American [16]
Donna Sachet Kirk Reeves American [17]
DQ Peter Andersen Danish [18]
Dreuxilla Divine Puerto Rican [19]
Ethyl Eichelberger James Roy Eichelberger American [20]
Evie Harris Jack Plotnick American [21]
Farrah Moan Cameron Clayton American
Francis Leon Patrick Glassey American [22]
Frank Marino Frank Marino American [23]
Frankie Jaxon Frankie Jaxon American [24]
Frau Wäber Hansy Vogt German [25]
Glennda Orgasm Glenn Belverio American [26]
Harvey Fierstein Harvey Fierstein American [27]
Heather Haldane Phil Berglin American
Hedda Lettuce Steven Polito American [28]
Heklina American [29]
Honey Mahogany Alpha Mulugeta American
Huysuz Virjin Seyfi Dursunoğlu Turkish
ICEIS Rain Massey Whiteknife Canadian [30]
Issan Dorsey Issan Dorsey American [31]
Jackie Beat Kent Fuher American [32]
James St. James James Clark American [33]
Jazzmun Nichcalo Dion Crayton American [34]
Jean Malin Gene Malin American [35]
Jeffree Star American [36]
Jessica Wild José David Sierra Puerto Rican
Jim Bailey Jim Bailey American [37]
Jinkx Monsoon Jerick Hoffer American
Joan Jett Blakk Terence Smith American [38]
Joey Arias Joey Arias American [39]
Jujubee Airline Inthyrath American
Julian Eltinge William Julian Dalton American [10]
Katya Zamolodchikova Brian McCook American
Kelly Liam Kyle Sullivan American [40]
Kelly Mantle Kelly Mantle American
Kevin Aviance Kevin Aviance American [41]
Kiki DuRane Justin Bond American [42]
Kim Chi Sang-Young Shin Korean
Lady Bunny Jon Ingle American [43]
Lady Clover Honey Kevin Clover Welsh American [44]
Laganja Estranja Jay Jackson American
Latrice Royale Timothy Wilcots American
Leonid the Magnificent Leonid Filatov Russian [45]
Lily Savage Paul O'Grady British [10]
Lucy Belle LeMay Johnnie McLaughlin American [2]
Lypsinka John Epperson American
Madea Tyler Perry American [46]
Mado Lamotte Luc Provost Canadian [47]
Maj Gadd Roger Jönsson Swedish [48]
Manila Luzon Karl Westerberg American
Margo Howard-Howard Robert Hesse American [49]
Marguarite LeMay Michael Hayes American [2]
Marsha P. Johnson Malcolm Michaels American [50]
Mary Dale Charles Busch American [20]
Michelle DuBarry Russell Alldread Canadian [51]
Mimi Imfurst Braden Chapman American
Miss Coco Peru Clinton Leupp American [52]
Miss Fame Kurtis Dam-Mikkelsen American
Miss J J. Alexander American [53]
Miss Opal Foxx Benjamin Smoke American [54]
Miss Shangay Lily Enrique Hinojosa Vázquez Spanish [55]
Monica Beverly Hillz Juan DeJesus Anaya American
Morgan McMichaels Thomas White British-American
Mrs Brown Brendan O'Carroll Irish
Nina Flowers Jorge Luis Flores Sanchez Puerto Rican
Pabllo Vittar Phabullo Rodrigues da Silva Brazilian
Pandora Boxx Michael Steck American
Panti Rory O'Neill Irish [56]
Patsy Vidalia Irving Ale American [57]
Pauline Pantsdown Simon Hunt Australian [58]
Peaches Christ Joshua Grannell American [59]
Pearl Liaison Matthew James Lent American
Peppermint Agnes Moore American
Phoenix Brian Trapp American
Pollo Del Mar Paul E. Pratt American [60]
Pollyfilla Colin McLean New Zealander [61]
Pussy Tourette American [62]
Rachel Ben Schatz American
Rae Bourbon Hal Wadell American [63]
Raja Sutan Amrull American
Raven David Petruschin American
Regina Fong Reg Bundy British [64]
Regina the Gentlelady Reg Vermue Canadian [65]
Rena Del Rio Rene Zequeira Cuban-American [66]
Rickard Engfors Rickard Engfors Swedish [67]
Roxxxy Andrews Michael Feliciano American
RuPaul RuPaul Andre Charles American [68]
Russella Russell David British [69]
Rusty Ryan Robert Timbrell Canadian [70]
Sahara Davenport Antoine Ashley American
Samantha Sammy Duddy Irish [71]
Sasha Velour Sasha Steinberg American [72]
Shangela Laquifa Wadley D.J. Pierce American
Sharon Needles Aaron Coady American [73]
Shequida Gary Hall American [74]
Sherry Vine Keith Levy American
Shirley Ed Wood American [75]
Shirley Q. Liquor Chuck Knipp American/Canadian [76]
Shirley Temple Bar Declan Buckley Irish [56]
Silvetty Montilla Silvio Cássio Bernardo Brazilian [77]
Sister Boom Boom Jack Fertig American [78]
Sister Roma Michael Williams American [79]
Sky Gilbert Schuyler Lee Gilbert, Jr. Canadian [80]
Sonja Sajzor Sonja Sajzor Serbian [81]
Sylvester Sylvester James, Jr. American [82]
Taboo! Stephen Tashjian American [83]
Tammie Brown Keith Glen Schuber American
T. C. Jones Thomas Craig Jones American [84]
The Fabulous Wonder Twins Carlos Eduardo Campos
Louis Alberto Campos
Salvadoran [85]
The Lady Chablis Benjamin Edward Knox American [86]
The Widow Norton José Sarria American [87]
Tracey Lee Maxwell Ritchie Australian [88]
Trampolina Chris Dilley
Charles Romain
Spencer Brown
American
Trixie Maurice Kelly
Kevin Kirkwood
Tom Gualtieri
Jeff Manabat
American
Trixie Mattel Brian Firkus American
Tyra Sanchez James Ross American
Vaginal Davis Clarence Dennis Williams American [89]
Valentina James Andrew Leyva American
Varla Jean Merman Jeffery Roberson American [90]
Vaselina Jerry Friedman American
Verka Serduchka Andriy Mykhailovych Danylko Ukrainian [91]
Violet Chachki Jason Dardo American
Walterina Markova Walter Dempster, Jr. Filipino [92]
Wanda Wisdom Bradley Traynor American [93]
Willam Willam Belli American [94]
Winnie Irwin Keller
Nathan Marken
American
Yara Sofia Gabriel Burgos Ortiz Puerto Rican
Zsa Zsa Shakespeer Christer Lindarw Swedish [95]

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