With over a quarter billion views online, Jeffrey Marsh just might be the internet’s most beloved anti-bully. And Jeffrey has one big, revolutionary message: “There is nothing wrong with you.”
Growing up “fabulous in a small farming town,” Jeffrey has spent years working to help countless groups, audiences, and young people around the world learn they can transcend the stereotypes of race, age, and gender: no matter what their story. Now, after performing at numerous sold-out venues—from New York’s Public Theater and Museum of Art and Design to the Rubin Museum—and becoming a much-heralded, encouraging voice for millions – Jeffrey brings us the interactive, joyful How To Be You: Stop Trying to Be Someone Else and Start Living Your Life.
Jeffrey Marsh’s message of inclusion has won them a place in the “Top 10 Viners of 2014” by Vine (Twitter), and the “Top 5 Viners of the Year” by Buzzfeed. Their live, sold-out musical and speaking performances have wowed audiences at New York’s Public Theater, Museum of Art and Design, and the Rubin Museum. Jeffrey has been featured in the New York Times, was a red carpet correspondent for MTV/Logo, GLSEN, and the Official Viner and Social Media Ambassador for GLAAD and Freedom to Marry.
Listen to Jeffrey’s candid chat with Lee Callahan: