Dubbed ‘Queen of Burlesque’ by Bleeding Cool’s editor and voted regularly into the Top Stars of Burlesque in 21st Century Burlesque magazine’s poll (2009,2010,2011 and 2012 consecutively), Khandie Khisses is an unstoppable whirlwind of glamour and glitz.
Previously serving Queen and Country for several years in the Royal Air Force, Khandie’s ability to captivate audiences with her riotous and spectacular routines has drawn a following worldwide as her reputation continues to grow. Appearances by invitation at the Australian Burlesque
(and subsequent tour), Paris Burlesque and British Science Festivals, not to mention a show-stopping performance alongside The Puppini Sisters and performing for fellow service men and women, have seen her step out from the ranks and cement her place in the limelight.
A confident, friendly and professional performer and model, Khandie challenges media stereotypes with her voluptuous figure and sparkling smile, making her an asset to any stage and the words on everybody’s lips.
Khandie is both Equity registered and agency represented (not exclusively so can be booked directly) by Spirit Model Management.
She also regularly contributes to 21st Century Burlesque, BleedingCool.com and other publications as well as running her own vintage/rockabilly inspired blog:http://blahfashion.blogspot.com. With music close to her heart she is becoming a known connoisseur of the music scene noting her tastes to be eclectic but true to her rockabilly roots.
About to shoot her first film written by legendary Alan Moore and directed by Mitch Jenkins; Khandie really is the tornado of talent she is repeatedly billed as.