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Lady Bunny was born as Jon Ingle on 14 August 1962, in Chattanooga, Tennessee USA, and is a drag queen, actress, comedian, nightclub DJ, promoter and journalist, perhaps best known as the founder, organizer and hostess of the annual Wigstock drag festival.
A legendary drag queen, how rich is Lady Bunny? Sources state that Lady Bunny has earned a net worth of over $400,000, as of late 2016. Her wealth has been established through her involvement in the entertainment industry, in a wide range of diverse projects.
Lady Bunny Net Worth $400,000 Dollars
Bunny started her career as an entertainer on Atlanta’s gay scene, appearing in low budget gay films with Larry Tee and RuPaul, such as the “RuPaul is: Starbooty!” trilogy. In 1984 she moved to New York, and the following year founded Wigstock, the festival celebrating the drag queen and gay culture, which took place every year on Labor Day until 2005, featuring numerous New York City drag queens, but also some mainstream entertainers. The event gathered over 40,000 visitors, enabling Bunny to reach a high level of fame, and improving his net worth.
Bunny has toured and headlined at clubs and events around the world, including London, Morocco, Melbourne, Montreal, Japan, Rome, Berlin and Amsterdam, performing with several major names, such as Patti LaBelle, Margaret Cho, the B-52’s, Jennifer Hudson and Joan Rivers. She usually performs lip-synching but parodying over original lyrics of various hits.
As a DJ, Bunny has performed at numerous fashion, club and private parties, getting crowds onto the dance floor and often joining them. She has emceed around the globe, at places such as Paris, Tokyo, Milan and London, paving her way to major DJ gigs such as the 40th birthday party of Van Cleef & Arpel in Paris, and The Standard’s Black Out Party in New York City, celebrating Naomi Campbell’s 25 years in fashion. All contributed to her net worth.
She is also something of a songwriter, and has released several recordings too, such as the disco singles “Shame, Shame, Shame!”, “The Pussycat Song”, and the 2013 “Take Me Up High”, which hit #18 on the Billboard Dance chart, greatly adding to her popularity and to her wealth. She has collaborated with various artists, including RuPaul, Wayne Numan, Sean Grasty and DJ Rikky Rivera (Groove Addix.), Lonnie Gordon, Mann Parish and Disciple.
As a journalist, Bunny has written for various publications, such as Star Magazine, providing her commentary for the magazine’s “Worst of the Week” column, as well as offering her weekly “Star Style Report”. She has also written for Paper, Interview, Out, Instinct, Genre and Visionaire magazines, and has provided some political and social writings for the internet’s Huffington Post.
Bunny has also been involved in the film and television industry, having appeared in “The Comedy Central Roast Of Pamela Anderson“, Britney Spears‘ MTV special “In the Zone & Up All Night”, and “RuPaul’s Drag U”. She has released her own DVD – “Rated X for X-tra Retarded” – and has appeared in an episode of “Sex and the City” TV series, as the DJ at the LGBT prom party. Her resume continues to grow with parts in films like “Dragtime”, “The Out List”, “Peoria Babylon”, “To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar”, “Party Girl” and “My Dead Boyfriend”.
The popular drag queen has also done stand-up comedy, creating shows such as “That Ain’t No Lady!” and “Clown’s Syndrome”, and is currently performing a run of her comedy show “Trans-Jester”. Bunny has had her hands on a number of diverse projects, which have enabled her to achieve recognition and fame, and to earn considerable wealth. She is currently expanding her work by starting her memoir.
In her personal life, Bunny is gay and hasn’t been married. Sources are unaware of her current relationship status.
|Full Name||Lady Bunny|
|Date Of Birth||August 14, 1962|
|Place Of Birth||Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States|
|Profession||Drag queen, Nightclub DJ, Promoter|
|Nicknames||The Lady Bunny , Jon Marc Ingle , The 'Lady' Bunny , Jon Ingle AKA Lady Bunny|
|Awards||AmfAR's Honoring with Pride Honoree (2009), GayVN Awards winner of Best Non-Sex Performance (2009)|
|Movies||“Dragtime", "The Out List", "Peoria Babylon", "To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar", "Party Girl", "My Dead Boyfriend"|
|TV Shows||"RuPaul is: Starbooty!", "The Comedy Central Roast Of Pamela Anderson", "In the Zone & Up All Night", "That Ain’t No Lady!", "Clown’s Syndrome", "Trans-Jester", "RuPaul's Drag U", "Rated X for X-tra Retarded", "Sex and the City"|
|1||[on the Pavilion on Fire Island] I was stunned and saddened by the loss, but I checked, and the Meat Rack is fine, so I'm not that concerned.|
|1||Founder, organizer, and hostess of Wigstock, an outrageous festival of drag and music presented to approximately 40,000 New Yorkers every Labor Day for nearly 20 years.|
|Dinner at 40||2014||Short||Trish|
|RuPaul's Drag U||2011||TV Series|
|I Was a Trannie Werewolf||2009||Short||Fairy Tranma|
|Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!||2008||Sandi Cove (as Lady Bunny)|
|The House of Venus Show||2005||TV Series||Various|
|Pimp & Ho: Terror in Pansy Hills||2005||Short||Tess Tickles|
|Sex and the City||2003||TV Series||Emcee|
|Peoria Babylon||1997||Octavia DiMare (as The 'Lady' Bunny)|
|To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar||1995||Contestant (uncredited)|
|Party Girl||1995||Guest on Stairs (uncredited)|
|Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!||2008||performer: "Gays Gone Wild" / writer: "Gays Gone Wild"|
|The House of Venus Show||2005||TV Series contributing writer - 1 episode|
Make Up Department
|In the Life||2009||TV Series documentary makeup artist - 1 episode|
|I Am Divine||2013||Documentary special thanks - as Lady Bunny|
|Naked Fame||2004||Documentary thanks - as Lady Bunny|
|Bunny Business||2017||Documentary post-production|
|Tellement Gay! Homosexualité et pop culture||2015||TV Mini-Series documentary||Herself - Drag queen et DJ|
|The Out List||2013||Documentary||Herself|
|RuPaul's Drag Race||2012-2013||TV Series||Herself|
|2012 New Now Next Awards||2012||TV Special||Herself|
|RuPaul's Drag U||2010-2011||TV Series||Herself - Judge|
|Lady Gaga Presents: The Monster Ball Tour at Madison Square Garden||2011||TV Movie documentary||Herself - Audience (uncredited)|
|Facing a New Age||2008||Documentary short||Herself|
|Under the Pink Carpet||2005-2007||TV Series||Herself|
|The Making of Michael Lucas' 'Dangerous Liaisons'||2006||Video documentary||Herself|
|Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson||2005||TV Special documentary||Herself - Roaster|
|Dangerous Liaisons||2005||Video||Herself - Non-sexual Role (as Lady Bunny)|
|Class of '80 Debbie Harry||2004||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Wigstock: The Movie||1995||Documentary||Herself|