Kevin Aviance is an American drag queen, club/dance musician, fashion designer and nightclub personality. He is a personality in New York City's gay scene and has performed throughout North America, Europe and Asia. He is a member of the House of Aviance, one of the vogue-ball houses in the U.S. He is known for his trademark phrase, "Work. Fierce. Over. Aviance!" He won the 1998 and 1999 Glammy Awards, the award for nightlife personalities in New York City. He has worked with several artists, including Janet Jackson and Whitney Houston. In December 2016, Billboard Magazine ranked him as the 93rd most successful dance artist of all-time.
|Birth name:||Eric Snead|
|Born:||June 22, 1968|
|Origin:||Richmond, Virginia, United States|
|Occupation(s):||female impressionist, Club/Dance musician, fashion designer and nightclub personality|
|Website:||Kevin Aviance's Official site|
|IMDb:||Kevin Aviance's IMDb|
About Kevin Aviance
Fashion designer and personality who became recognized for his appearances as a female impersonator.
Kevin Aviance Before Fame
Before becoming famous, he worked as a hairdresser in Washington DC.
Achievement of Kevin Aviance
He said that he had his first drag experience when he was in the 7th grade.
Kevin Aviance Family Life
He was born in Richmond, Virginia.
Associations of Kevin Aviance
He and Amanda Lepore are both female impersonators.
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