Pandora Boxx has been internationally entertaining the masses for more than a decade. Pandora most recently appeared as a contestant on the smash hit RuPaul’s Drag Race (Season 2) on the LGBT network Logo. The show garnered the highest ratings ever for the cable network. Despite not winning, Pandora proved to be the break-out star and was named by Entertainment Weekly "America’s Next Drag Superstar.” EW.com also called Pandora’s “the most controversial elimination of the season.” That popularity led to becoming a drag professor on the spin-off show called RuPaul’s Drag U (Season 1 and 2), for which Pandora was voted MVP twice by fans of the show. Pandora hosted the all-drag-queen comedy show One-Night Stand-Up: Dragtastic NYC, which also aired on Logo. Pandora can also be seen in the award-winning Absolut: Cocktail Cabaret commercial.
Pandora is also the creator, writer and star of the public access/Internet show The GAY (means happy) SHOW! Pandora’s credits run the gamut of media, including stage (Steel Magnolias in the role of Annelle), screen (A Voice from the Lantern in the role of Marvelous Marvin) and television (VH1's drag documentary Boys Will Be Girls), as well as having work featured in several film festivals like the ImageOut Gay & Lesbian Film Festival and the Berkeley Film and Video Festival (receiving two honorable mentions). Most recently Pandora produced, starred in and wrote the hit play “The Lipstick Massacre," a comedic murder mystery. The play premiered at Rochester’s MUCCC to four sold-out shows, which prompted its return several months later to the prestigious Geva Theatre Center, also in Rochester, to rave reviews.
This year Pandora released a debut single called "Cooter!" The single rocketed to number 56 on the Dance Singles Chart of iTunes as well as reaching the number 2 position on Amazon's Dance & DJ/Dance Pop Hot New Releases Chart, right behind Adele. Pandora is currently embarking on a world tour called "Pandora's Cooter Tour!"