Cherry Valentine Net Worth 2022 (Actor): Biography & Family

Cherry Valentine
Cherry Valentine

Cherry Valentine net worth 2022 is more than 500k because she has appeared in RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, God Shave the Queens, Cherry Valentine: Gypsy Queen and Proud so Mashoor estimates his worth around $500k.

Cherry Valentine Biography

George Ward, often known as Cherry Valentine on stage, was a drag performer from England. Their participation in the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK and the BBC documentary Cherry Valentine: Gypsy Queen and Proud made them well-known.

He was brought into this world on 30 November 1993 in Darlington, England. She had more than 159k followers on Instagram – thecherryvalentine.

He died on 18 September 2022 but still cause of his death not known.

Cherry Valentine Bio/Wiki

Real NameGeorge Ward
Age28 years
Date of Birth30 November 1993
BirthplaceDarlington, England
NationalityEnglish
ProfessionActor

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Hair ColorBlack
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Personal Life

Cherry Valentine, a Traveller, attributed his motivation for becoming a drag performer to the “wonderful” women in his family. In the Traveler community, he claimed, “there’s a lot of pressure on young people to marry, to settle down, to have a family, and to find a job to support the family,” and when he was younger, he didn’t think being a drag performer would be a successful career.

Cherry Valentine

When asked about his background for Drag Race UK, Valentine revealed that he was raised in a conservative atmosphere where drag was not tolerated and that he concealed his Traveller heritage from the LGBTQIA+ community for fear of encountering “hatred or retribution.” Valentine revealed to competing applicant Sister Sister, “Being gay as a child had an impact on me. I don’t believe I was entirely sane.”

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By telling their experience, Valentine wished to serve as a reminder that LGBTQIA+ persons may be found anywhere. At the age of 28, Valentine passed away on September 18, 2022. No immediate cause of death was reported. After learning of his passing, many RuPaul’s Drag Race alumni and RuPaul himself paid tribute to him. Michelle Visage called Valentine “one of a kind with a laugh as large as heart” and RuPaul called him a “bright star and a lovely guy” who would “always be in hearts.”

Career

In 2018, Cherry Valentine debuted her drag career. In 2015, he received his certification as a mental health nurse, began working for the NHS, and assisted with the UK’s COVID-19 vaccine deployment. Valentine was listed as one of the twelve competitors in the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK in December 2020.

In his Meet The Queens video interview for RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’s second season, he said that being a nurse was his dream job “has placed me in a position where I can better understand people, and being a drag queen means dealing with people. You go above and above by taking the time to understand people “. After placing last in episode two, Valentine placed 12th overall in the competition.

Cherry Valentine

He was eliminated during a lip-sync competition with competitor Tayce to the song “Memory” by Elaine Paige from the 1981 Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Cats. Valentine was scheduled to join the complete cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’s second season on the official tour in February 2022. The tour was organised by World of Wonder and promoted by Voss Events.

Death

In 2018, Valentine debuted her drag career. In 2015, he received his certification as a mental health nurse[2], began working for the NHS, and assisted with the UK’s COVID-19 vaccine deployment. Valentine was listed as one of the twelve competitors in the second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK in December 2020.

In his Meet The Queens video interview for RuPaul’s Drag Race UK’s second season, he said that being a nurse was his dream job “has placed me in a position where I can better understand people, and being a drag queen means dealing with people. You go above and above by taking the time to understand people “. Ward worked in the NHS as a health care provider while not in drag, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. In the BBC documentary, Cherry Valentine: Gypsy Queen and Proud, they seek to reconcile both their identity as Roma and as a member of the queer community.

Cherry Valentine

As Cherry rose to fame, Ward used their drag persona at work to promote immunisation. Will this affect the tourism community for LGBT people? Ward stated in a BBC 3 interview. “Hopefully more people will start talking about it openly and starting more conversations, which will shift viewpoints or just start more conversations. The most crucial factor is visibility, I tell everyone I meet. You must be outwardly present if you wish to effect change. I’m actually ready to start talking to my family at this point. We could only get closer to each other if it happened. RuPaul and former Drag Race contestants pay tribute below.

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