Carmen Carrera Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Onlyfans, and Net worth

Carmen Carrera Profile

Carmen Carrera, who was born Carmen Ramon, is a reality television celebrity in the United States, as well as an actress, model, and burlesque performer. Carrera, who identifies as a transgender woman, rose to prominence after participating in the third season of the reality television show RuPaul’s Drag Race on Logo and in the spin-off series RuPaul’s Drag U, which was also produced by Logo.

She began her professional life as a showgirl and shot to fame when she competed on the third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, which is shown on Logo TV. In spite of the fact that she was removed in episode 10, Carmen was reinstated in episode 12, only to be eliminated once more in the very next episode.

Carmen Carrera
Carmen Carrera

Carmen Carrera Age

She was born on April 13, 1985, in Elmwood Park, New Jersey. She is 38 years old.

Carmen Carrera Family

Elmwood Park, New Jersey is where Carmen began her life. She was born a boy, but shortly after birth, she had gender reassignment surgery to become a female. She has now fully transitioned into her female identity. The details regarding her family are not yet public knowledge according to the media.

Carmen Carrera Career

Carmen started out as a showgirl in the third season of the reality television competition show known as “RuPaul’s Drag Race” in 2011. This was the beginning of her professional career.

She is the second participant in the history of the program to be invited back to the cast after being ousted, and along with Raja, Manila Luzon, and Delta Work, she was a member of the clique known as “Heathers,” which drew its name from the movie Heathers (1988), which was released in 1988. Carrera’s performance in episode 10, “RuPaul-a-Palooza,” in which she lip-synched to a reggae-inspired copy of RuPaul’s song “Superstar,” was the reason she was ousted from the competition.

Carrera was voted back into the competition in episode 12, which was titled “Jocks in Frocks,” despite the fact that she was eliminated in week 10. Judges Michelle Visage, Santino Rice, and Billy Brasfield made their decision. After dressing a muscular male athlete in her own unique “nude”-style of drag, Carrera was later removed from that episode.

She was the face of the fictitious fragrance La Femme, which was included in W magazine’s series of advertisements for fictional items. In 2011, Carrera, along with Manila Luzon and Shangela Laquifa Wadley, both of whom competed in the third season of Drag Race, featured in a television advertisement for the website Orbitz, which is related to the travel industry.

Carrera has been quite involved in AIDS awareness and advocacy over the years. Following her appearance in a commercial for Gilead Sciences titled “Red Ribbon Runway” alongside her fellow RuPaul’s Drag Race co-stars Manila Luzon, Delta Work, Shangela Laquifa Wadley, and Alexis Mateo, the dress that she wore in the commercial was donated to a charity auction held by Logo in honor of World AIDS Day. The National Organization of Persons with AIDS was the recipient of the funds that were raised through the auction.

Carrera made her debut on the show as a “drag professor” in two episodes of the second season of RuPaul’s Drag U. In the episode titled “80s Women,” makeup artist Carrera offered singer Stace Q a confidence-boosting makeover. She had an appearance in the music video for the recording artist Lovari’s song “Take My Suffering Away.”

On an episode of the news show Primetime: What Would You Do? that was broadcast on ABC on May 4, 2012, Carrera played the part of a transgender waiter who was employed in a diner in the state of New Jersey. Carrera’s character is called out by an actor impersonating a customer, who criticizes her about his previous experience of being served by her when she had presented as male. This prompts other customers to come to Carrera’s rescue and defend her. This broadcast was also the first time that Carrera disclosed to the general public that she identifies as a female to male transsexual.

Carrera made an appearance on the June 11, 2012 episode of the TLC series Cake Boss titled “Bar Mitzvah, Beads & Oh Baby!” in which she unknowingly participated in a prank involving “Cousin Anthony” Bellifemine, the cousin of “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro, who was set up with a date with Carrera. Carrera was unaware that she was a part of the prank until it was over.

Carmen Carrera Transgender

On an episode of the news show Primetime: What Would You Do? that was broadcast on ABC on May 4, 2012, Carrera played the part of a transgender waiter who was employed in a diner in the state of New Jersey.

Carrera’s character is called out by an actor impersonating a customer, who criticizes her about his previous experience of being served by her when she had presented as male. This prompts other customers to come to Carrera’s rescue and defend her. This broadcast was also the first time that Carrera disclosed to the general public that she identifies as a female-to-male transsexual.

As it became public knowledge that Carmen was a transgender individual, she later disclosed that she had begun the process of transitioning to full-time life as a female.

Carmen Carrera Husband

Since 2009, Carrera and Adrian Torres had been in a domestic partnership. However, in 2013, Carrera announced the end of their relationship. The couple was present at the couples treatment sessions for the television program Couples treatment in 2015. They underwent relationship counseling during those sessions. The season finale aired on December 9, 2015, exactly one month after their wedding. They got married on June 10, 2015, while they were filming for the show.

Carmen Carrera Man

During the third season of RuPaul’s Drag Race filming, Carrera identified as a gay man and continued to present herself in that way. However, when the season had wrapped, Carrera began the process of changing her gender. Both Puerto Rican and Peruvian origins are present in her.

Carmen Carrera Rupaul Drag Race

She competed in “RuPaul’s Drag Race” season three, a reality television competition program. In episode 10, Carrera was exiled, but in episode 12, he was brought back. She is said to be only the second participant in the program’s history to return to the cast after being eliminated. Carrera was a part of the band known as the “Heathers,” which took its name from the 1988 film Heathers, along with Raja, Manila Luzon, and Delta Work.

She was eliminated from the competition as a result of her performance on episode 10 of “RuPaul-a-Palooza,” in which she sang a reggae-influenced cover of RuPaul’s song “Superstar.” Despite this, the judges Michelle Visage, Santino Rice, and Billy Brasfield of the competition known as “Jocks in Frocks,” chose to re-invite Carrera to continue competing in episode 12. She was eliminated from that program later on.

Carmen Carrera Victoria Secret

A petition was started asking Carrera to participate in the 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, but it was unsuccessful despite garnering media attention and gathering almost 45,000 signatures.

Carmen Carrera Surgery

She wrote the following regarding her procedure on her Facebook page. “Yes, I present as a woman to the outside world, but I haven’t had the surgery to change my gender yet. To be honest, I still give that element of it some thought. My husband and I would like to have children in the future, but if I have surgery, I won’t be able to create the DNA necessary to allow us to have children with genetic female DNA. We are unable to have children as a result.

Carmen Carrera Movies

  1. Couples Therapy (TV Show)
  2. RuPaul’s Drag Race (TV Show)
  3. Couples Therapy (TV Show)
  4. RuPaul’s Drag Race (TV Show)
  5. Untold With Maria Menounos (TV Show)
  6. RuPaul’s Drag U (TV Show)
  7. Katie (TV Show

Carmen Carrera Show Girl

Jersey is where I was born and raised. I was raised by my mother, who was the coolest girl in the world, my older sister, and my grandma. I had a wonderfully happy upbringing despite the fact that my father died of AIDS when I was just 2 years old since there were always women around me and a lot of love.

My mother is a huge source of aesthetic influence for me; she has naturally curly hair and is of Peruvian origin. We were constantly singing the newest songs, and even though I was too shy to act, Mom would sign me up for little plays. I like to do things by myself. For instance, I would put on lipstick and tie a T-shirt around my head to mimic her appearance. I was conscious of my uniqueness, but my mother never encouraged me to be anything different. Because of this, I did not start feeling like it was wrong for me to be who I was until I started going to school. My inner actress cried out to be allowed out to perform at that point.

I saw kids being bullied for being LGBT when I worked as a teacher. I therefore recognized from away that there were some things I needed to keep to myself. I might, for instance, dress like a male and wear sneakers. The fact that I was friends with all the popular girls was advantageous to me. They hung out with the attractive guys who knew better than to make fun of me because the other students would call them on it.

But the weekend after I received my high school diploma, I practically left them all behind and moved to New York City. I started spending more time in the Village after I bought a new car to get to know the people and the lifestyle. My first drag show was held at the Latin bar called Escuelita. This stunning queen was part of the moment that stole the show. Although I was certain that she was a transwoman, my jaw dropped when I first saw her.

I attended all of the performances and shot pictures because I was enrolled in a photography program at the time, which is how I got to know all of the girls. I too started out working in the beauty business, but much to my surprise, I quickly discovered that performing was where I felt the most pleased.

I participated in an amateur show, and thanks to the enthusiastic audience, I won first prize. After that, I started playing in clubs across the nation and gained a following quickly. I also realized that being on stage gave me a way to express myself and allowed me to be feminine, which was how I really felt. I never thought of myself as a gay man; in fact, as a little child, I used to beg to be born a girl.

I eventually got to the point where I didn’t just want to appear to be a lady; I wanted to be one. I visited the doctor, who then provided me the medicine I needed. On the other hand, I gave it some thought and thought some more. What if I don’t look good? was a thought that kept coming to me. The following month, I received a phone call from a member of the RuPaul’s Drag Race production staff. I decided it was time for me to make the switch the very next day after we closed up filming for the show.

Finding a date companion hasn’t been simple, especially in this situation. individuals have all kinds of negative assumptions about transgender individuals when I tell them that I identify as transgender. I try to be a good example for others as I don’t have time to act as a psychotherapist. I want to leave a legacy so that when the time comes, people may reflect and say things like, “Wow, remember when trans people faced the harshest prejudice? This person had a “F*ck everybody!” mentality. Because that’s how everyone should behave, I’m going to walk around half-naked and flaunt my possessions.