|Born||in Houston, Texas, USA|
|Birth Name||Milton Miron|
Mini Bio (1)
After receiving a Masters degree in Business, Milton Miron adopted the name "Sebastian" (inspired by Johann Sebastian Bach). From 1967 to 1971 he was an accountant for legendary rock impresario Bill Graham in San Francisco. In 1970 he was screening independent and vintage movies in San Francisco's Palace Theatre at midnight on weekends. When a group of gender-bending drag queens and their friends started throwing live shows together as an almost impromptu prologue, Sebastian offered to organize and produce their nocturnal fantasies. In the early 1970s the "Cockette" shows became wildly popular with the pot-smoking, acid-dropping free spirits of San Francisco. His management of the Cockettes lasted until 1972. He also directed their only film, Tricia's Wedding (1971), a grossly satirical spoof on the June 1971 wedding of Tricia Nixon and Edward Cox. Miron has also been involved with filmmaking, having made six short films including "Adolph & Eva." He also wrote and directed "Heartbreak of Psoriasis" starring Divine. He owns his own successful tax preparation and accounting business.
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