Harmonica Sunbeam, The Queen of Comedy has been delighting audiences at nightclubs, cabarets, fundraising events and supermarket openings throughout the United States and abroad for over 27 years. Her live appearances have gained her a cult following of all ages, races and backgrounds.
With her unique, yet classic style and razor-sharp wit, she has all the necessary talents to reach her goal of mainstream stardom. “The sky’s the limit!” Harmonica exclaims. “In the entertainment field, if people feel you are marketable, they will use you in any capacity”. She is a member of the Screen Actors Guild and has been featured on several television shows (The Deuce, The Breaks, The Jack and Triumph Show, Law and Order SVU, Third Watch, Johnny Zero and 100 Center Street. Her film credits include Honey w/Jessica Alba, Uptown Girls w/Brittany Murphy and the Oliver Stone drama “World Trade Center”. She can also be seen in the movie “Please Give” directed by Nicole Holofcener and on LOGO for Dragtastic NYC : A Standup Comedy Event.
Miss Sunbeam has also worked alongside noted musical artists such as Beyonce, Mary J. Blige and Jennifer Holiday to name a few. Just recently she was featured on the season finale of Saturday Night Live as a backup dancer for artist Katy Perry performing her hit single “Swish Swish”.
Harmonica entered the world of music with three pumping club singles that were produced independently but yet made thousands of new and lifelong fans. These titles include “Ready to Pump”, “I’m Here To Work” and the latest “This Is The Beat”.
Miss Sunbeam’s latest project is showcasing her unique ability to uplift, encourage and engage children. She is involved with Drag Queen Story Hour where drag queens go into libraries, bookstores, festivals and other events to read books to kids of all ages. Drag Queen Story Hour audaciously encourages the creativity and boundless energy of child’s play as they relate to both gender neutrality and non-conformity, while promoting positive LGTBQ role models. Since the inception of DQSH in the New York area, Miss Sunbeam has been featured in the NY Times and also interviewed for a now viral video on Buzzfeed.
Despite her busy schedule, Miss Sunbeam still finds time to assist and work with many community-based LGBTQI organizations such as Project LOL, GMAD, Jersey City Pride, Our Youth and AAOGC to name a few. Her commitment to being a positive role model in today’s selfish world clearly speaks for itself.
In closing, Harmonica wants to take the time out and thank all of her fans that continue to support her endeavors both on and off the stage.