Vida

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Introduction
Vida is a fictional character from the movie "To Wong Foo, thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar". Vida is played by Patrick Swayze. Vida is Comedy, Drama character of the movie To Wong Foo, thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar. Vida has appeared in 1 episodes of the series " To Wong Foo, thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar".
Last Updated
July 23, 2022

Vida In "To Wong Foo, thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar"

Vida is a fictional man or woman from the films, To Wong Foo, thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar. Vida is played via Patrick Swayze.

Who is Wong Foo?

Wong Foo is the call of the proprietor of the restaurant they have been eating within wherein Vida stole the autographed image of Julie Newmar. The identify is the inscription at the image.

Patrick Swayze Net Worth as Vida

Patrick Swayze expected Net Worth, Salary, Income. How rich is Patrick Swayze after played as Vida.

Patrick Swayze's salary of participating within To Wong Foo, thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar is $48.3K .

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To Wong Foo, thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar STORY

After jointly winning a local Drag Queen pageant in New York City, Noxeema Jackson (Wesley Snipes) and Vida Boheme (Patrick Swayze) win the right and are given the round trip airfare to compete in the Drag Queen of America pageant in Hollywood, California. Noxeema sees herself as the next Dorothy Dandridge, who bucked the trend of most black American movie actresses of her time by never playing the slave house maid. Vida's style reflects her past of growing up in upper class suburban Pennsylvania. One of their fellow New York City contestants, Chi-Chi Rodriguez (John Leguizamo), is a straight-talking, but naive and inexperienced Drag Queen. Seeing that Chi-Chi needs some Drag Queen confidence (despite her bravada), Vida and a reluctant Noxeema decide to cash in their plane tickets and buy an older model Cadillac convertible and drive to Hollywood with Chi-Chi. Their drive takes them through much of the country where alternate lifestyles are less tolerated than they may be in New York City or Los Angeles. The three have an extended stay in small town Snydersville, where their car breaks down. If they ever make it out of Snydersville, they may be the better for their stay by learning more about themselves while dealing with the issues of town residents and spending more time together. Their stay is made even more precarious when they find out that Sheriff Dollard (Chris Penn), a homophobic, racist, and sexist highway Sheriff with whom they had an earlier encounter, is on their tail.

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