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Willam Belli (born June 30, 1982) is an American actor, drag queen, and recording artist, who is known for his recurring role as transsexual Cherry Peck in Nip/Tuck and for being a contestant on the fourth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race, for which he remains the only contestant ever disqualified from the series. In addition to acting, Belli found viral success with his music video parodies “Chow Down” and “Boy is a Bottom”. He was a member of the Los Angeles pop group DWV until their split in June 2014

Belli’s first acting credit was as the role of a street hustler named Darren Jacobs on two episodes of The District in 2002 and his first TV appearance was on an episode of the game show Street Smarts.

In 2008, Belli was featured on the single artwork for the song “Breakin’ Up” by Rilo Kiley. He has also modeled as part of the Tranimal Master Class Workshop at the Machine Project, which was photographed by Austin Young.

Belli is a member of the band Tranzkuntinental, which made its debut at The Roxy in 2009. The band was started by Charlie Paulson and Xander Smith and features drag queens Detox, Kelly Mantle, Rhea Litré, and Vicky Vox.

In January 2011, he was featured in Rihanna’s music video “S&M” along with Detox and Morgan McMichaels as back-up dancers.

World of Wonder contacted Willam’s manager asking for him to audition for the fourth season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. In November 2011, Logo TV announced that Belli was among 13 contestants competing on the fourth season. Fellow castmate Chad Michaels had competed with Belli in the California Entertainer of the Year Pageant in 2010.

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