Tru Loved, a film by Stewart Wade

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Scott Presley

Belle Aire

Scott hails from a Southern Baptist home in Kentucky. He fled to New York where he studied acting with Mike Nichols and Paul Sills for two years before coming to Los Angeles.

Each week, for nearly eight years, Scott has transformed himself into “The Fabulous Belle Aire,” otherwise known as "The Bingo Bitch" for Legendary Bingo.

Belle Aire has become famous for her off the cuff remarks to her “bingo-freaks,” including “I got a ‘B’ for you! B-QUIET!”, “This ain’t the Catholic Church and I ain’t no nun,” and, when a bingo ball escapes from the rolling cage, “Runaway balls...a drag queen’s worst nightmare!”

With more than forty wigs and hundreds of outfits, The Fabulous Belle Aire has become a West Hollywood fashion icon as well. “Naughty Schoolgirl,” “Dominatrix,” “Hollywood Glamour” – these are just a few of the many fabulous looks of The Fabulous Belle Aire.

As an actor, Scott recently starred as Benny in the Del Shore comedy/drama Southern Baptist Sissies at The Zephyr Theater, a role which required the actor to get in and out of "drag" three times without missing a cue. His drag characters in the show included Dolly Parton and Wynonna Judd. He will soon begin filming the movie of the same name and re-creating his role from the Los Angeles production as well as starring in the stage version of Sordid Lives.

Scott appeared as “The King Of Sex” in the Los Angeles showcase of Lovelace: The Musical at The Key Club on the Sunset Strip, and as Belle Aire was featured on UPN’s America’s Next Top Model and recently hosted the presentation of The Birdcage on American Movie Classics.

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