Neverland Influencer Agency is one of the most prestigious and innovative management agencies for celebrity drag queens and LGBTQ influencers. Since 2012, Neverland has bridged the gap between connecting LGBTQ performers and artists with the mainstream. Our clients have appeared in Vogue, The New York Times, Harper's Bazaar, Vanity Fair, W, Cosmopolitan, Elle, The Guardian, and many of the world's leading print and digital publications. In addition to the artists we manage, we own and operate Neverland Fulfillment Services, which is an e-commerce & fulfillment solution for celebrities for whom we create custom product lines tailored to their brand and fan demographic.



Miz Cracker is a drag queen, writer and comedienne living in Harlem, USA. She launched her drag career in 2011 while participating in Bob The Drag Queen’s marches for marriage equality in Times Square. Now she can be seen touring the world with her hit show “It’s Time”.

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Known for Delivering Energetic and shot-stopping performances, Monét's showmanship is a reflection of her tireless work ethic to cultivate and perfect her immaculate lip-syncing skills, comedic chops, and (mostly) pitch-perfect live vocals. Accustomed to the Limelight, Monet's Diligence has her sitting at the top of the NYC nightlife scene and bringing her fresh spin on drag all across the globe.

Monét's hilarious and oftentimes sociopolitical digital content is spread acorss various social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, and Grindr.

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Monique Heart

Born and raised in Long Island, New York, Kevin (a.k.a. Monique) was heavily influenced by his mother. Every time the doors of the local church were open, Kevin and his mom were in attendance. He wouldn’t be there for long, as by 2008 he had moved to Kansas City, where he dedicated his life to full-time ministry and 24/7 prayer and worship, as well as to become an assistant leader in an ex-gay ministry.

By September of 2010, Kevin began to explore cosmetology school, where he quickly realized that he had an untapped passion. One year later, Monique Heart was born when Kevin got an offer to host an event in drag. Kevin had spent his life on the church stage, singing, dancing, speaking and teaching, and when he first got on stage as “Monique,” it was as if his life had come full circle. He knew he wanted to be the kind of drag queen who could be up on stage entertaining, but who would also encourage and motivate those in the crowd. Through Monique Heart, Kevin had found a platform for the beauty of God’s leadership through performance, public speaking, and the heart-to-hearts he can have with just about anyone willing to lend an ear.

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Naomi Smalls is a 7 ft. glamazon, inspired by 90's supermodels, pop culture and fashion. Her name hails from the edginess of Naomi Campbell coupled with the freshness of Biggie Smalls. As a fashion-obsessed teenager who followed Thierry Mugler, Jean Paul Gaultier, and V Magazine, Naomi entered her first drag competition at 340 Nightclub. After several months of attempts she finally won the competition, gaining the confidence that she could go further with her drag.

Born Davis Heppenstall in Redlands, California, Naomi has had to travel to LA or Riverside to perform, due to the lack of a drag scene at home. She describes herself as "bubbly but very chill", and treats everyone as she'd want to be treated. She has an enormous family of 11 brothers and sisters, so she learned early how to cope with teasing and shade-throwing!

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Pearl is an artist and entrepreneur living in Brooklyn. After landing a spot in the top three on the hit reality show Rupaul’s Drag Race, they have gone on to tour the world as a performer and DJ. Pearl was the first drag queen to sign a contract with Wilhelmina Models and has been featured in dozens of publications such as Vogue, W, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, the New York Times, OUT and many more. In addition to DJing and performing on nearly every continent, Pearl produced and released the album Pleasure with a music video for it’s first single, “Love Slave” in 2015. The album charted at number three on the iTunes Dance Charts and number eleven on the US Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums Chart. Pearl has also made history as the first Drag Race contestant to release a widely available signature fragrance, FLAZEDA, developed in conjunction with Xyrena. In addition to these achievements, Pearl is the first drag queen to launch their very own fashion doll, Vladonna.

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RuPaul's Drag Race Season Nine contender and Chicago native Shea Couleè is equal parts Bougie and Banji. When Couleè isn't slaying the stage or melting cameras with her now famous paint, she goes by Jaren Merrell. Merrell attended Columbia College in Chicago to study costume design, drawing inspiration from theatrical productions like Aida and super models of the 90's like Naomi Campbell. With support from his best friend and close collaborator Tiger Lily, he was convinced to start drag.

Five years into the game, Couleé expresses her love for the arts through fashion and film making. In 2016 she released her debut film Lipstick City, which she was the writer, co-producer, director and star of. Shortly after the film's release Couleé was chosen to compete by RuPaul to compete for the title of Americas Next Drag SuperStar!

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The Vixen is a multi-talented performer dedicated to making the world a better place. Growing up on the South Side of Chicago, her art has always been intertwined with social justice and activism. An accomplished drag queen, songwriter, fashion designer and dancer, she credits her creative family for her love of the arts. As a student at Columbia College in Chicago, Vixen learned the makeup skills it took to create her growing drag persona. After turning 21, her athletic performance style quickly gained her attention in the Chicago drag scene.

Through hard work and dedication The Vixen has become an influential member of Chicago's gay community -  interviewed by many publications for her unique style and outspoken viewpoint. As a rapper, her bold lyrics and intricate delivery has earned her national attention for her show-stopping collaborations. Her proudest achievement is creating BlackGirlMagic, a drag concert, where queens of color can celebrate their unique experiences through storytelling and performance. The Vixen lives by her grandmothers belief that helping others makes life worthwhile.

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