Highest Rated:
100% Multiple Maniacs (1970)
Lowest Rated:
38% Lust in the Dust (1985)
Oct 19
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Drag-queen and cult-movie star Divine, born Harris Glenn Milstead, was a high-school acquaintance of John Waters in the early '60s. Waters indulged his chubby friend's penchant for crossdressing, and Divine's acting career was launched with Water's first films in the mid '60s, Roman Candles and Eat…

Highest Rated Movies



Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
96% I Am Divine
  • Actor
$60.0k 2013
Arias with a Twist
  • Actor
-- 2011
Frances, A Mother Divine
  • Actor
-- 2007
80% Divine Trash
  • Actor
-- 1997
40% Out of the Dark
  • Langella
-- 1989
97% Hairspray
  • Arvin Hodgepile
-- 1988
38% Lust in the Dust
  • Rosie Velez
-- 1985
88% Trouble in Mind
  • Hilly Blue
-- 1985
Divine: Shoot Your Shot: Live at the Hacienda
  • Actor
-- 1983
89% Polyester
  • Francine Fishpaw
-- 1981
I Wanna Be a Beauty Queen
  • Actor
-- 1979
70% Desperate Living (Edited Version)
  • Actor
-- 1977
79% Female Trouble
  • Dawn Davenport
-- 1974
82% Pink Flamingos
  • Babs Johnson
-- 1972
100% Multiple Maniacs
  • Lady Divine
-- 1970
Diane Linkletter Story
  • Actor
-- 1970
50% Mondo Trasho
  • Portly bombshell
-- 1969
John Waters Archives
  • Actor

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Quotes from Divine's Characters

    1. Dawn Davenport: Thank you! I love you! Thank you! Thank you from the bottom of my black little heart! You came here for some excitement tonight and that's just what you're going to get! Take a good look at ME because I'm going to be on the front of every newspaper in this country tomorrow! You're looking at crime personified AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT! I framed Leslie Bacon! I called the heroin hot line on Abby Hoffman! I bought the gun that Bremmer used to shoot Wallace! I had an affair with Juan Corona! I blew Richard Speck! And I'm so fucking beautiful I can't stand it myself! Now, everybody freeze! Who wants to be famous? Who wants to DIE for art?
    From Female Trouble. Submitted by Sylvester K (2 years ago)
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