Varla Jean Merman's alter ego Jeffery Roberson shared the Outfest Film Festival "Best Actor" Award and the Aspen HBO Film Festival "Best Actress" Award with his costars Jack Plotnick and Clinton Leupp for his featured performance in Girls Will Be Girls (Sundance 2003) directed by Richard Day. He also played the role of Mary Sunshine in the revival of Chicago on Broadway.
His shows Varla Jean Merman Loves A Foreign Tongue, Anatomically Incorrect, I'm Not Paying For This, Girl With A Pearl Necklace; An Act Of Love, Under A Big Top, Holiday Ham!, All Washed Up! and The Very Worst of Varla Jean Merman have filled concert halls and cabarets across the world including the Syndey Opera House, Carnegie Hall, the New York Public Theater, London's Soho Theatre, LA's Renberg Theatre, and San Francisco's Victoria Theatre.
Jeffery also made his network television debut on ABC's All My Children in the recurring role of lady of the evening Rosemary Chicken. Other film and TV credits include HBO's Dragtime, E!'s Fashion Emergency, E! Goes to Cannes, MTV's True Life: Mardi Gras, and Francesca Page with Rossy DePalma. Jeffery has opened for Jennifer Holliday and has also shared the stage with Betty Buckley, fulfilling his utmost gay fantasy, singing excerpts from the notorious Broadway flop Carrie as part of Ms. Buckley's cabaret act at the Bottom Line.
Julie is an accomplished stand-up comedienne, having toured with "Laughing Liberally," "Puppetry of The Penis," and starred in four solo shows. Julie has been seen on Fuse, Bravo, AMC, Plum TV, and HBO. In season one of "The Big Gay Sketch Show," Julie did everything from saving the lasses of the...