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Willam Belli (//, born June 30, 1982), mononymously known as Willam, is an American actor, drag queen, singer-songwriter, reality television personality, author, and YouTuber. Willam came to prominence as a contestant on the fourth season of RuPaul's Drag Race in 2012, but was disqualified in the "Frenemies" challenge. In June 2019, a panel of judges from New York magazine placed her ninth on their list of "the most powerful drag queens in America", a ranking of 100 former Drag Race contestants.
Before appearing on Drag Race, Willam worked as an actor, most notably playing the recurring role of transgender woman Cherry Peck in Ryan Murphy's medical drama Nip/Tuck. She has continued to perform in a variety of films, television series and web series, often in drag. In 2018, she appeared in the critically acclaimed film A Star Is Born. For her performance on the dark comedy web series EastSiders, she was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series.
Since 2012, Willam has recorded three albums of comedy music, mostly consisting of parodies of popular songs. Her second album, Shartistry in Motion, debuted at number one on the Billboard Comedy Albums chart. Between 2012 and 2014, she recorded several songs as part of the group DWV (alongside drag queens Vicky Vox and Detox), including the parodies "Chow Down" and "Boy Is a Bottom", whose music videos were viral successes. Following the breakup of DWV, Willam formed another drag supergroup, the AAA Girls, with Courtney Act and Alaska Thunderfuck.
Willam Belli was born in Philadelphia. He is the younger of two children. Belli states he is of Yugoslav and Italian heritage. He lived in Florida for middle school and high school. Belli's father worked at the Kennedy Space Center. His aunt is television director Mary Lou Belli.
Belli was overweight when he was young but lost the extra pounds by becoming vegetarian before being emancipated at 16. Belli met his husband Bruce, at nineteen. They were married on September 9, 2008.
Belli's first acting credit was as the role of a street hustler named Bart Jaker on two episodes of The District (2002) and his first TV appearance was on an episode of the game show Street Smarts. He later appeared in the TV series The District, Boston Public, Cold Case, The Shield, My Name Is Earl and most notably Nip/Tuck as the transgender character Cherry Peck. Throughout the 2000s he would go on to play small roles in many television shows. He also had a small role in the film American Wedding.
In 2008, Belli was featured on the single artwork for the song "Breakin' Up" by Rilo Kiley. He has also modeled as part of the Tranimal Master Class Workshop at the Machine Project, which was photographed by Austin Young.
2009–2010: Drag career
Belli is a member of the band Tranzkuntinental, which made its debut at The Roxy in 2009. The band was started by Charlie Paulson and Xander Smith and features drag queens Detox, Kelly Mantle, Rhea Litré, and Vicky Vox.
2011–2012: RuPaul's Drag Race and further success
World of Wonder contacted Willam's management asking for him to audition for the fourth season of RuPaul's Drag Race. In November 2011, Logo TV announced that Belli was among 13 contestants competing on the fourth season. Fellow castmate Chad Michaels had competed with Belli in the California Entertainer of the Year Pageant in 2010. Belli won the main challenges in the episodes "Float Your Boat" and "Frenemies", but was disqualified in the latter. In the episode "Reunited", Belli stated that his disqualification was due to conjugal visits made by his husband in his hotel room, though by Belli's own account however, in the years since airing season 4, Willam has refuted the "official story" in multiple interviews.
Belli's most recent reassertion is in an interview with YouTuber Joseph Shepherd in February 2019, where Belli claims that the 'so-called' official reason was just a fabrication by the show's creators for the purpose of portraying a more palatable scenario of Belli's departure from the show. In that interview Willam claimed that the genuine reason for his removal was due to increasing hostilities and issues between the contestants and the crew. Willam claims that many of the crew were rude and condescending towards the drag queens in general, with some of the crew members not even bothering to try to learn the contestant's names - sharing one example of a crew member repeatedly calling season 4 fellow contestant Latrice Royale - "La-something", despite all the crew having cards with the photographs of the queens/contestants (in and out of drag) worn around their necks. This led the queens to label some of the crew and their bad attitudes, plus some interactions between cast and crew, as being racist.
Willam also claimed that outside of filming hours the queens weren't being adequately fed, for example noting that $75 was all that was allocated to feed the 12 contestants, Willam claims that this necessitated visits to the store for food etc. Willam also revealed that he frequently got other contestants high and/or drunk, as well as also attempting to steal things from the set, things feather fans and RuPaul branded Iron fist shoes. According to Belli, the conjugal visit story was made up by producers and Willam agreed to "go along with the excuse" so that "everyone looked okay". Belli used the publicity of his disqualification to release his single "Chow Down", which was a parody of Wilson Phillips' "Hold On" that addressed the 2012 Chick-fil-A same-sex marriage controversy. The song featured Detox and Vicky Vox.
On March 12, 2012, he released his first single "Trouble", which was produced by RuPaul's Red Hot collaborator Tom Trujillo. The music video for the song was directed by porn director Chi Chi LaRue and premiered on Logo TV. On March 21, Belli released "The Vagina Song", a parody of "Billionaire" by Travie McCoy featuring Bruno Mars as his third single, which had been previously uploaded to YouTube in 2010. The music video was directed by Michael Serrato, who also directed Belli's music video for "Chow Down".
Belli released "Love You Like a Big Schlong" on April 29, 2012, which became a viral hit being viewed more than a million times on YouTube alone. Produced by Uncle Slam, the song parodies "Love You Like a Love Song" by Selena Gomez & the Scene. The song was inspired by Belli's loss to 7-year-old Eden Wood in a lip syncing contest during a segment of the 2012 NewNowNext Awards.
In November 2012, Belli was featured with country music artist Drake Jensen on a cover of Tammy Wynette's "Stand by Your Man". That same month, Belli self-released his debut album The Wreckoning via his website.
2012–2013: YouTube Career, "Boy Is a Bottom", and DWV success
Beginning in December 2012, Belli began a YouTube series associated with thestylishvids titled, "Willam's Beatdown". A comedy segment involving insult humor and video reviews, the series would eventually be renewed for a second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth season that then premiered on Belli's self-titled channel. In January 2013, Belli would have his biggest viral hit with 20 million hits on YouTube alone, when he released "Boy Is a Bottom", featuring Detox and Vicky Vox, to coincide with the fifth season premiere of RuPaul's Drag Race. Its timing and the use of social media made it a very well received release. The song is a parody of "Girl on Fire" by Alicia Keys and also features an altered version of the "breakdown" from "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" by En Vogue. "Boy Is a Bottom" debuted at number six on Billboard's Comedy Digital Songs, selling 3,000 downloads in its first week.
2014–2017: American Apparel, Shartistry in Motion, first book, perfume, and talk show
Belli then became an American Apparel Ad Girl alongside Drag Race alumni Courtney Act and Alaska Thunderfuck 5000 which they supported with a single entitled, "American Apparel Ad Girls". They also released a second single together, "Dear Santa, Bring Me a Man" for the Christmas season.
On January 13, he released a solo version of the DWV hit "Boy Is a Bottom", in Spanish, entitled, "Es Una Pasiva", which went on to top the comedy iTunes chart. Belli self-released his sophomore studio album, Shartistry in Motion, on June 2.
Belli released his first book Suck Less: Where There's a Willam, There's a Way in October 2016 through Grand Central Publishing. In 2017, he released his first perfume collaboration with Xyrena, Scented by Willam.
On May 18, 2017, it was revealed that Fullscreen had ordered a talk show to be hosted by Belli. Suck Less, billed as a weekly half-hour call-in show 'where Willam throws shade and shows how to slay the game of life in six-inch stilettos' is set to debut in the summer. Friends from Belli's everyday life, as well as some of his favorite drag queens are expected to put in guest appearances over the course of the 13-episode series.
2018–present: A Star Is Born and other ventures
In 2018, Willam appeared in the critically acclaimed film A Star Is Born. Willam and fellow drag queen Shangela play queens working in a drag bar alongside Lady Gaga's character Ally when she's discovered by famous country singer Jackson Maine, played by Bradley Cooper. Willam's character, Emerald, is a Dolly Parton impersonator who flirts with Jackson. The dialogue in his scenes was mostly improvised, including a memorable moment in which his character has Jackson autograph her silicone breastplate. Bradley Cooper, who also directed the film, said that Willam and Shangela "blew his mind" with their ad-libbing.
In 2019, Belli launched his own makeup line, Suck Less Face & Body.
|2003||American Pie: The Wedding||Butch Queen|
|2004||The Last Shot||Bus Stop Drag Queen|
|2005||Screech of the Decapitated||Marta|
|Unbeatable Harold||Anita Boner|
|2007||Because I Said So||Transsexual|
|Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!||Transamerican Stewardess Nancy Needatwat|
|Tranny McGuyver||Officer Mac||Short film|
|2009||Sex Drugs Guns||Candy|
|Tools 4 Fools||Blonde Drag Queen||Short film|
|Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives||Rachel Slurr|
|Silver Lake||Dario||Short film|
|BloodRayne: The Third Reich||Vasyl Tishenko|
|2nd Take||Bathroom Tranny|
|Someplace Better Than Here'||Travis||Short film|
|2012||The Newest Pledge||Sailor|
|Lost Angeles||Bob||also known as City of Jerks|
|Fake Fingernails, Cash and Viagra||Franklin||Short film|
|2013||X-Rated||Geoffrey Gann/'Karen Dior'|
|Southern Baptist Sissies||Benny||Television film|
|2016||Kicking Zombie Ass for Jesus||Beth Ann-Fetterman|
|2018||Joey Stefano||Geoffrey Gann/'Karen Dior'|
|A Star Is Born||Emerald|
|2019||Blue Call||Shineeda Drink|
|A Very Sordid Wedding||Herself|
|Girls Will Be Girls||Prosecutor|
|Trixie Mattel: Moving Parts||Herself||Documentary|
|Dead Don't Die in Texas||Beth-Anne Fetterman|
|2004–06||Nip/Tuck||Cherry Peck||5 episodes|
|2005||My Name Is Earl||D.J.||Pilot|
|2009||Criminal Minds||Walter Patterson||Episode: "...To Hell"|
|2011||Cinema Verite||Candy Darling||Television film|
|2012||RuPaul's Drag Race (season 4)||Himself||Contestant (7th place)|
|RuPaul's Drag Race: Untucked||Himself||10 episodes|
|RuPaul's Drag U||Professor||Episode: "Ex-Beauty Queens"|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Dahlia||Episode: "Code Blue Plate Special"|
|2013||The New Normal||Nana Drag Queen||Episode: "The Goldie Rush"|
|She's Living for This||Herself||Season 2, Episode 1|
|2015||International Desk||Nassime||Episode: "Alps Plane Crash"|
|2016, 2018||Hit the Floor||Herself||Season 3, Episode 6: "Carrying"|
Season 4, Episode 4: "Number's Up"
|2016–2018||@midnight with Chris Hardwick||Herself||Season 4, Episode 27|
|2017||When We Rise||Jason Snyder||Season 1, Episode 4 and 5|
|The Twins: Happily Ever After?||Herself/Landlord||Episodes: "Happily NEVER After?" and "Hoff and Running..."|
|Dragula||Guest Judge||Season 2, Episode 1|
|Difficult People||Kashton||Episode: "The Silkwood"|
|2018||Work Mom||Bob||Television film|
|Super Drags||Lady Elza||Voice role|
|The Kominsky Method||Cherry||Episode: "Chapter 8. A Widow Approaches"|
|2009||Road to the Alter||Jamie||WorkingBug|
|2011||Good Job, Thanks!||Actress||Vimeo|
Episode: "We All Need a Meeting"
|A Series Of Unfortunate People||Cami||WorkingBug/Dailymotion|
Episode: "Bargain Birthday"
|2012||Squad 85||Bar Attendee||YouTube/YOMYOMF|
|2012–2019||EastSiders||Douglas/Gomorrah Ray/Amber Alert||Vimeo/Logo TV/Netflix|
Indie Series Awards Best Guest Actor — Drama (2016)
|2013||Neil's Puppet Dreams||Performer||YouTube|
Episode: Dream Bump
|Willam's Beatdown||Host||YouTube/The Stylist|
|30 Days of Willam||Host||Logo TV|
|Snore||Maid||Funny or Die|
Parody of Downton Abbey set to "Vogue"
|The Fairfax File||Flame LaTouche||Funny or Die|
|Rambo, But Gay||Deputy Mitch||YouTube/Nerdist|
|2014||Willam's This is not the Beatdown||Host||YouTube|
|Real World S#!t Show!||Host||MTV|
|Jiz||Spooge||Episode: "Jiz is Dead"|
Episode: "Jiz Makes a CUMback"
Parody trailer of Mean Girls
|Paint Me Bitch||YouTube|
|2015||The Dinner Bash||Himself||Episode 5: "Cocktails & Hens"|
Episode 6: "Tranimal Cookies"
|Gay of Everything||Himself||YouTube|
|2015–16||Shane and Friends||Guest||Season 3, Episode 6|
Season 4, Episode 7
|2015–17||The WeHoans||Himself||YouTube/City of West Hollywood|
Parody of The Californians
|2016||Straight Outta Oz||Himself||YouTube|
Music video: "Expensive"
|Go-Go Boy Interrupted||Club Pantherwarmth Manager||YouTube|
|Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig||Guest||Podcast|
|2018–present||¿Cómo Se Dice?||Host||YouTube|
co-hosted with Rhea Litré
co-hosted with Alaska Thunderfuck
Hosted by Joseph Shepherd
|2020||The X Change Rate||Guest||Youtube|
Hosted by Monet X Change
|2013||"Applause" Lyric video||Lady Gaga|||
|2019||"Star Maps"||Aly & AJ|||
|Shartistry in Motion||
|Now That's What I Call Drag Music, Vol. 1
(alternatively known as Songs in the Key of Nope)
|"—" denotes a recording that failed to chart or was not released in that territory.|
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
(featuring Detox & Vicky Vox)
|"The Vagina Song"||—|
|"Love You Like a Big Schlong"||25|
|"She Doesn't Know"||—|
|"Let's Have a KaiKai"
(featuring Rhea Litré)
|"Stand by Your Man"
(featuring Drake Jensen)
(featuring Sharon Needles)
|"Potential New Boyfriend"||—|
|"Boy Is a Bottom"
|"That Christmas Song"
|"Only Anally"||—||Shartistry in Motion|
|"American Apparel Ad Girls"
(with Courtney and Alaska)
|"Dear Santa, Bring Me a Man"
(with Courtney and Alaska)
|"Es Una Pasiva"||2015||—||Shartistry in Motion|
|"Ride for AIDS"
(featuring Latrice Royale)
|"I'm Not a Pearl"||—||Non-album singles|
(with Courtney and Alaska)
|2017||2||Access All Areas|
|"—" denotes a recording that failed to chart or was not released in that territory.|
- Suck Less: Where There's a Willam, There's a Way. Grand Central Publishing. 2016. ISBN 978-1455566198.
Awards and nominations
Daytime Emmy Awards
|Year||Nominee / work||Award||Result|
|2020||EastSiders||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Digital Daytime Drama Series||Nominated|
Belli was nominated for his role on RuPaul's Drag Race at the fifth annual NewNowNext Awards which aired on Logo network on April 9, 2012. He lost to Nadia G. of Bitchin' Kitchen which airs on the Food Network Canada and the Cooking Channel.
|Year||Nominee / work||Award||Result|
|2012||Willam Belli||Most Addictive Reality Star||Nominated|
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I was doing a show off-broadway by that point! It was called Jersey Shoresical. In fact, two days after I got kicked off of drag race I was in Jersey Shoresical in New York, pretty convenient, huh? And we won the Fringe Fest Audience Award. It's almost like it was planned…
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