Brian Thomas McLeod, entertainer who performs under the name of Stevie Spit, was awarded a British Empire Medal (BEM) for services to charity in the New Year Honours List in 2019.
When not working as one of the Costa Blanca’s top female impersonators, Stevie dedicates much of his time to fundraising and has personally assisted scores of charities.
Stevie said that he is delighted to be asked to become a Patron of the San Fulgencio Men’s Shed and looks forward to helping to establish this worthy cause on the La Marina Urbanization.
He started his professional career in July 1987 with a American Independence Day show at the Royal Oak in Hammersmith London. A few weeks later he was offered a job at Madame Jo Jo’s in London’s West End.
Throughout the 90’s he appeared in thousands of comedy and cabaret venues all over the UK. He has also performed in America, Portugal, Malta, Ireland, Greece and Spain.
Stevie is also the only Comedy Drag Artiste to perform for three years running in Afghanistan sneaking in and out under the radar of The Taliban. Performing shows to raise funds for Children, Some Of whom had stood on landmines and received prosthetic limbs or surgery paid for by these shows.
In June 2012 Stevie headlined the Benidorm Palace with Roy Chubby Brown.
Stevie has appeared in many musicals including, “Spend Spend Spend”, “Songbook”, “Magic Of The Musicals”, “Do You Hear The People Sing”, and a musical written by Stevie called “Sirens”, this was a tribute to Hoolywood legends such as Mae West, Bette Davis, Carole Channing, Marlene Dietrich, Catherine Hepburn and Tza Tza Gabor.