Leslie Jordan | Host of The Hookies 2014 International Escort Awards
Known for his Emmy Award-winning portrayal of the gleefully bitchy Beverley Leslie on Will and Grace and his twisted performance at “Brother Boy” in the hilarious screen adaptation of “Sordid Lives,” comedian and actor LESLIE JORDAN has been tapped to the host The Hookies 2014 International Escort Awards.
“Having hired my first guy at 14 (gave a boy my lunch money out in the woods) I am truly honored and excited to be hosting this prestigious event,” said Leslie Jordan. “Let those boys know that Little Sugar Daddy is in the house and looking for someone to spoil!”
In 1982, Leslie Jordan stepped off a Greyhound bus from the hills of Tennessee, said “hello” to Hollywood and has never looked back. With hundreds of television shows, films and commercials to his credit, he has become a familiar face on the entertainment scene.”
Mr. Jordan has enjoyed considerable success as a writer, with his book My Trip Down the Pink Carpet (Simon & Schuster) and stage shows including “Like a Dog on Linoleum” and “Hysterical Blindness and Other Southern Tragedies That Have Plagued My Life Thus Far.”
Most recently, Jordan appeared in 2014 as Quentin Fleming, a warlock on the witches’ council in the cult T.V. series American Horror Story: Coven.
Shequida | Co-Host
Shequida became Americas latest sweetheart after landing in one of the top spots on the hit show “America's Got Talent.” “You are a one woman one man party.” - David Hasselhoff. “I think she is stunning, just stunning with fabulous legs.” - Sharon Osbourne” “The Jury is out on this one...(she is in).” Pierce Morgan.
This Jamaican born, New York raised, Juilliard trained opera singer, who studied with Simon Estes, has more to offer than an already impressive (and very rare) five-octave vocal range. Shequida is witty, charming, a linguist, and a skilled dancer. Shequida has the unique talent of bringing all peoples together. As Michael Musto of the Village Voice said, “with that voice, Shequida brings together the bourgeoisie and the unwashed masses in bravos.”