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SassySays.com Tonight is the Premiere of #Season5 of #RuPaulsDragRace ! Check out my NEW “Sassy meets the Queens” series of interviews! Stay tuned to SassySays.com for my videos of the Queens and other celebrities from the Premiere Party!!

SassySays.com Tonight is the Premiere of #Season5 of #RuPaulsDragRace ! Check out my NEW “Sassy meets the Queens” series of interviews! Stay tuned to SassySays.com for my videos of the Queens and other celebrities from the Premiere Party!!

SassySays.com - Drag History Month - January 26, 2012 - Jamie Clayton


Jamie Clayton Is a transgender model turned television actress. This year Jamie can be seen playing “Kyla” on Season 3 of the hit HBO series “HUNG” alongside Thomas Jane.
 
In 2010 Jamie co-hosted and was the on screen Makeup Artist on Vh1′s first makeover show, “TRANSform Me”.
The show quickly became a breakout hit and was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award. 
 
For More: www.jamieclayton.net

SassySays.com - Drag History Month - January 26, 2012 - Jamie Clayton

Jamie Clayton Is a transgender model turned television actress. This year Jamie can be seen playing “Kyla” on Season 3 of the hit HBO series “HUNG” alongside Thomas Jane.

 

In 2010 Jamie co-hosted and was the on screen Makeup Artist on Vh1′s first makeover show, “TRANSform Me”.

The show quickly became a breakout hit and was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award. 

 

For More: www.jamieclayton.net

SassySays.com - Drag History Month - January 25, 2012 - Laverne Cox
Laverne Cox is an actress, producer and transgender advocate who made television history when she became the first African American transgender woman to appear on an American reality show with her appearance as a finalist on VH1’s “I Want to Work for Diddy.  “I Want to Work for Diddy” won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Reality Program.
 Laverne’s popularity subsequently led her to star in, co-create and co-produce her own show called “Transform Me,” making her the first African American trans woman to produce and star in her own television show.  "TRANSform Me" was nominated for a GLAAD media award for Outstanding Reality Program.
 As an actress Laverne has had guest starring roles on “Law and Order”, “Law and Order: SVU”, and HBO’s “Bored to Death.” She can be seen in the forthcoming  independent films “Musical Chairs” directed by Susan Seidelman,  “Carl(a),”  “Grand Street” and “The Exhibitionists.” Her other film credits include “Uncle Stephanie”, “Bronx Paradise,” “The Kings of Brooklyn” and “Daughter of Arabia. 
 Laverne continues to be an advocate for transgender representation in the media.  Laverne is passionate about telling stories in the media that reflect the full depth, diversity and humanity of transgender experience.

For More: www.LaverneCox.com

SassySays.com - Drag History Month - January 25, 2012 - Laverne Cox

Laverne Cox is an actress, producer and transgender advocate who made television history when she became the first African American transgender woman to appear on an American reality show with her appearance as a finalist on VH1’s “I Want to Work for Diddy.  “I Want to Work for Diddy” won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Reality Program.

 Laverne’s popularity subsequently led her to star in, co-create and co-produce her own show called “Transform Me,” making her the first African American trans woman to produce and star in her own television show.  "TRANSform Me" was nominated for a GLAAD media award for Outstanding Reality Program.

 As an actress Laverne has had guest starring roles on “Law and Order”, “Law and Order: SVU”, and HBO’s “Bored to Death.” She can be seen in the forthcoming  independent films “Musical Chairs” directed by Susan Seidelman,  “Carl(a),”  “Grand Street” and “The Exhibitionists.” Her other film credits include “Uncle Stephanie”, “Bronx Paradise,” “The Kings of Brooklyn” and “Daughter of Arabia. 

 Laverne continues to be an advocate for transgender representation in the media.  Laverne is passionate about telling stories in the media that reflect the full depth, diversity and humanity of transgender experience.

For More: www.LaverneCox.com

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Sassy & Samara Red Carpet Arrivals @ The 2011 Glaad Media Awards In NYC!

Sassy & Samara speak to Manila Luzon & Sahara Davenport (RuPaul’s Drag Race) and Laverne Cox (Trans-Form Me) 

RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 2 Finale in New York City at Therapy Nightclub. 4/26/10