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MJ Brown
MJ Brown/Miss Barbie-Q identifies as a Trans Femme Non Binary Drag Performance/Artist/Host/Storyteller/Panelist/Activist/Actor/Producer/Curator /Writer/Singer. They have been in the entertainment for over two decades bringing more "visibility" in all mediums. Theatre includes: A Noise Within, Bespoke Plays, Coeurage, Sorority at the Lyric Hyperion, and The Vagrancy Theatre Co. MJ reads at LA libraries for Drag Queen Story-time and is a member of the Trans Chorus of LA and Sacred Fools Theatre.
Jer Adrianne Lelliott has appeared at Pasadena Playhouse, La Jolla Playhouse, Laguna Playhouse, La Mirada Theatre, Kirk Douglas Theatre, MainStreet Theatre Co., Chance Theatre, and Disney on Broadway, playing Chip in the original Los Angeles cast of Beauty and the Beast at age 12. Television: Picket Fences, Melrose Place, Walker Texas Ranger, Life with Louie, The Practice, Providence, 7th Heaven, Smallville, NCIS: Los Angeles, and Ctrl Alt Delete, among many others.
Jer Adrianne Lelliott
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MW Cartozian Wilson
MW Cartozian Wilson is a television writer who was born and raised in Silicon Valley where he grew up with his parents, siblings, and an aunt who had Down syndrome. Wilson’s passion for story and love of reading inspires his work as a narrator. Wilson currently writes for NBC’s hit show, Manifest.
Avi Roque (Pronouns: They/Them) is a Latinx, Trans, Nonbinary actor & artist who has performed on stage at regional theatres across the US. They have also been fortunate to work on a few TV/Film projects, including a show on Network Television, several Short Films & Web Series.
Avi Roque
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Provvidenza Catalano
Provvidenza Catalano (they/them) is a fat, queer, genderful multidisciplinary performance artist and community organizer living in Los Angeles by way of Chicago. They were most notably last seen as the host of RuPaul’s DragCon in Los Angeles, New York, London and digitally.
Roger Q. Mason is an award-winning writer, performer, and educator known for using history's lens to highlight the biases that separate rather than unite us. As a performer, they've performed at Circle in the Square (Broadway), the Flea Theatre, the Kraine Theatre, Chicago's Center on Halstead, and Skylight Theatre Company. A graduate of Princeton University, Middlebury College, and Northwestern University, Roger Q. Mason is the subject of the Iris-prize nominated film, Our Skin, and the Audience Award nominated documentary, Mason.
Roger Q. Mason
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Vico Ortiz (They/Him/She) is a Non-Binary, bilingual, Puerto Rican Actor and Drag King with a background in fencing. Recently you've seen them on “Vida", "American Horror Story:1984", "Everything's gonna be Okay", "Lucifer" and the YouTube sensation, "These Thems". On stage, Vico was nominated by the LA Drama Critics Awards for "Best Supporting Actor" for their performance of "Chrz" in Rouge Machine's "Super Variety Match Bonus Round".
Vico Ortiz
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Amir Levi is a non-binary performer and activist. He has been on many TV shows including New Girl, Brooklyn 99, Speechless, and several others! Her musical solo show Nathan C. Jones: A Love Story? can be seen on YouTube. They are the co-founder of the political theater action We The People. Amir uses all the pronouns and spends their spare time training in Muay Thai and cuddling cats.
Amir Levi
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My background is theatre and radio, attending Nottingham Actors Workshop, Nottingham Improv Comedy Experience, Act Up North and trained in voiceover with Pat Fraley- one of the best tutors in Hollywood. I am British, have lived in the UK and Japan and am a trans woman. My versatile, vivid voice ranges across genders, dialects and over 4 octaves!
Kay Eluvian
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Julie Ouellette (she/they) is a storyteller, activist, and bookwork located in Los Angeles, CA. Film: Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday. TV: Shameless, Station 19, Here and Now, and Gamer’s Guide to Pretty Much Everything. Julie graduated with their BFA in musical theater from AMDA: College & Conservatory for the Performing Arts.
Julie Oullette
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