Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato formed a disco-pop-rock duo called The Fabulous Pop Tarts. They were friends with Videographer Nelson Sullivan, who documented both men on a personal level and their Performances at The Danceteria. They produced two albums, Age of the Thing which included their hit single, “New York City Beat”, and Gagging on the Lovely Extravaganza.
In 1991 Fenton and Randy founded the World of Wonder production company, (Wold of Wonder wiki page reads) “which was initially designed to manage the Fabulous Pop Tarts, and to enable projects in television production and documentary film-making, and in helping to build the careers of their friends and fellow artists, particularly Rupaul”
World of Wonder produces TV content in the U.S. and UK including, Rupaul’s Drag Race, Tori and Dean: Inn Love, Million Dollar Listing and Transgeneration. World of Wonder has also produced feature length documentaries including The Eyes Of Tammy Faye, Party Monster, The Shockumentary and the feature film, Party Monster, starring McCauley Culkin and Seth Green; and Menendez: Blood Brothers, starring Courtney Love.
Net worth inspector reported that Fenton Bailey is worth an estimated 70 million and Randy Barbato is worth an estimated 3 million.