Tammie Brown performing in November 2012
|Born||Keith Glen Schubert
September 15, 1980
Corpus Christi, Texas, United States
Tammie Brown is the stage name of Keith Glen Schubert (born September 15, 1980), an American drag performer and recording artist. Brown was a fixture in the Southern California Drag scene, before appearing on the first season of RuPaul's Drag Race and RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars.
Keith Glen Schubert was born on September 15, 1980 in Corpus Christi, Texas. He first started dressing in drag during high school, in theatre productions of Grease as Cha Cha and Into the Woods as Cinderella's Stepmother.
Tammie Brown appeared on The Surreal Life with Tammy Faye Messner. Out of drag, Schubert has appeared on How Clean Is Your House? and acted in commercials for McDonald's and UPS. Brown also performed in the Los Angeles Auditions of season 2 of America's Got Talent.
Following his elimination from the first season of RuPaul's Drag Race, Brown released his debut EP Popcorn on March 18, 2009.
Tammie Brown was amongst 12 past contestants who were brought back for RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars. Brown was paired with first-season castmate Nina Flowers to form Team Brown Flowers and was eliminated in the second episode "RuPaul's Gaff-In." "Responsitrannity," the runway theme song for All Stars, was inspired by RuPaul's first season fight with Tammie Brown. Brown, along with All Stars contestants Manila Luzon, Raven, and Latrice Royale, appeared in a television commercial for travel website Orbitz's new portal for LGBT leisure travel.
Brown is a member of the band the Rollz Royces with Kelly Mantle and Michael Catti. Mantle and Catti have appeared in Tammie Brown's Christmas show Holiday Sparkle at Fubar in West Hollywood, California.
Schubert has been openly gay since high school. He frequently volunteers at the Long Beach Gay and Lesbian Center.
|"Discos Undead"||2010||Non-album single|
|"Whatever It May Be" (feat. Bownce)||2014|
|"The Ballad of Tiger Lilly"||2009|
|"Amigos Son Héroes/La Telaraña"||2014||Bri Cirel|
|2011||The Summer of Massacre||Clubber #2|
|2011||Fest Selects: Best Gay Shorts, Vol. 1||Himself|
|2013||I Am Divine||Himself|
|2004||How Clean Is Your House?||Himself||"Philthy Philharmonic"|
|2007||America's Got Talent||Himself||"L.A. auditions"|
|2009||RuPaul's Drag Race||Himself||8th Place (Eliminated in Episode 2)|
|2010||RuPaul's Drag U||Himself||Episode 7: "Mother vs Daughters"|
|2010||The Arrangement||Himself||Episode 6|
|2012||RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars||Himself||10th Place (Eliminated in Episode 2)|
|2015||Skin Wars||Himself||Season 2 Episode 4 "Queens or Divas"|
|2005||"Twisted Transistor" (Korn)||Dave Meyers|
|2007||"She's Madonna" (Robbie Williams)||N/A|
|2008||"Mm-ma-ma" (Crazy Loop)||N/A|
|2011||"progress" (Ayumi Hamasaki)||Masashi Muto|
|2011||"Sleepless in Silverlake" (Les Savy Fav)||Tom Bingham|
|2012||"Queen" (Xelle)||JC Cassis|
|2012||"The Chop" (Manila Luzon & Latrice Royale)||Syuji Honda|
|2014||"Eliminated" (Kelly Mantle feat- Bownce & Wendy Ho)||Kija Manharé|