Who is Morgan McMichaels?
Morgan McMichaels is the female persona of Scottish-American drag performer Thomas White. She is best known as a reality television contestant on the second season of the cable television reality competition RuPaul’s Drag Race. She of late appeared on the third season of Rupaul’s Drag Race All-Stars.
On May 28th, 1981, Thomas made his grand debut in Alexandria, Scotland. As a child, he was known for his enthusiastic personality and kindness to others, something that he has carried into adulthood. In 2001, he began his drag career as a joke, but quickly discovered how being a drag performer could be impactful to the LGBTQ community. He was fueled by a passion for the art of drag, an activist voice, and very much impressed with the work of others. He developed his stage persona, Morgan McMichaels.
Morgan is a consummate performer, she knows how to work for a crowd. She is also a favorite among the Southern California drag scene. McMichaels is best known for her camouflage likeability to become anyone she seeks to emulate. She is better known for her portrayals of Pink, Joan Collins, Boy George, and David Bowie.
How Old is Morgan McMichaels?
She was born Thomas White on 28 May 1981 in Alexandria, Scotland, UK. She is 42 years as of 2023. Morgan shares her birthday with other famous people such as Colbie Caillat, Craig Kimbrel, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Gladys Knight, Irwin Winkler, Jerry Douglas, and Jerry West, among others.
Morgan McMichaels Family
Her father was Scottish and an American mother. She spent parts of her childhood in Scotland and the United States. She then moved permanently from Scotland to Los Angeles when she was 18. In 2001 and started doing drag.
Morgan McMichaels Boyfriend
He has not yet been publicly linked to be dating anyone.
Morgan McMichaels RuPaul
Along with fellow contestants Raven, Jujubee, Pandora Boxx, Nina Flowers, Shannel, and Tammie Brown, they appeared in RuPaul’s Drag U. This was a spinoff Logo series in 2010. She appeared as a “professor” for three episodes. She later remained in the cast on the second season of Drag U. Drag U made its season premiere on 20 June 2011. She was a professor for two more episodes. In 2012 she returned for one more episode in the third season of Drag U.
Other than the Drag Race-related shows, she was featured in the music video for “S&M” by singer Rihanna a Barbadian in 2011. She made a guest appearance on Tabatha Takes Over on 11 April 2013. It was at the VIP Nightclub in Riverside, California where she performed lip sync as Tabatha. Morgan was also featured in Lady Gaga’s lyric video of “Applause” along with other drag queens.
She hosted an internet show for WOWPresents called “Living For The Lip Sync”. She talks about lip-sync fan-recorded performances by Drag Race alumni. It started on YouTube on September 4, 2014, and later ended on January 22, 2015. In 2018, she made an appearance on Entertainment Tonight to talk about All-Stars 3. She was also featured with Laganja Estranja, Farrah Moan, and Jaidynn Diore-Fierce. They were on the thirteen seasons of Germany’s Next Topmodel as a guest for the episode-14 challenge.
Morgan McMichaels RuPaul’s Drag Race | All-Stars 3
In 2010, she joined the cast of the second season of RuPaul’s. She was eliminated after losing a lip-sync performance battle to contestant Sahara Davenport, placing eighth out of twelve. McMichaels also appeared on the third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race: All-Stars. She was eliminated first by BenDeLaCreme. She had said that she would send home the best competitors if she stayed. It placed her 10th in the season. She later returned in the sixth episode among five eliminated queens, Thorgy Thor, Milk, Chi Chi Devayne, and Aja. She was selected to be brought back by Creme, ultimately placing 5th.
Morgan McMichaels Why You Mad Though
On February 3, 2018, she released her first single, “Why You Mad Tho?”. The single had a remix by producer Drew G Rdr. She then performed it live on the Drag Race: All-Stars 3 premiere episode talent show. On May 11, 2018, she released a second single, “Yazz Bitch”.