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Mink Stole

Mink Stole is best known for her work with filmmaker John Waters, with whom she has created the iconic characters of Connie Marble in "Pink Flamingos," Taffy Davenport in "Female Trouble," and Dottie Hinkle in "Serial Mom," to name a few.  Other film roles include Nancy, the mother of a lesbian, in "But I’m A Cheerleader," and Evelyn the librarian in "All About Evil," written and directed by Joshua Grannell, aka Peaches Christ.  Mink was Peaches’ first live celebrity guest at the legendary "Midnight Mass" and they have performed together many times since, notably in "Return to Grey Gardens," and their two-woman show, "Idol Worship." With her "Wonderful Band," Mink has released a CD, "Do Re MiNK."