Born in the late 80s, the oldest of four children, Jinkx attended DaVinci Arts for middle school where they came out as gay and graduated from Grant High School. On , with 15 years old, she performed in drag for the first time at the underground nightclub "Escape" and on , moved to Seattle, Washington. Monsoon worked and paid her way through college, graduating summa cum laude with a BFA in Theater from Cornish College of the Arts in
Jerick Hoffer ,  known by the stage name Jinkx Monsoon , is an American drag performer , actor, comedian and singer who came to international attention by winning the fifth season of RuPaul's Drag Race. Jerick Hoffer was born in Portland, Oregon , and first performed in drag at age 16 at the all-ages Escape Nightclub. Hoffer was raised Catholic, and discovered Russian-Jewish ancestry on their mother's side at the age of Hoffer worked as a janitor through college and graduated with a BFA in theater from Cornish College of the Arts in Hoffer identifies as "non-gendered" or non-binary ,   and prefers to go by singular they pronouns when not in drag. In an April interview, Monsoon stated, "I've never identified as fully male. I've always identified as more gender fluid or gender ambiguous, but I never knew the vocabulary to explain it for myself. After moving to Seattle from Portland, Hoffer and creative partner Nick Sahoyah wrote and starred in multiple Funny or Die webisodes titled Monsoon Season in which they played Jinkx Monsoon as an over-bearing, substance addled, near-psychotic mother to Nick Sahoyah's character, Kamikaze Monsoon. Controversy arose from The Seattle Times review by Misha Berson, who said that Hoffer was "overly flamboyant" for the role. Hoffer also performs as Jinkx Monsoon in the original one act cabaret musical The Vaudevillians under the name "Kitty Witless.
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