Holly Woodlawn currently lives in Los Angeles and continues to perform her cabaret act and make personal appearances internationally. In January 2004 she was admitted to intensive care after complications from an operation on her arm and shoulder which she broke during a fall. The New York Post incorrectly reported that she was in a coma. In 2007 she appeared at the Drill Hall in London in conjunction with an exhibition of paintings of her by Sadie Lee (www.andthenhewasashe.com). In 2008 she participated in a panel discussion that I moderated of Warhol's superstars at the South Bank Centre in London with Bibbe Hansen and Mary Woronov in conjunction with the Hayward Gallery's "Andy Warhol: Other Voices Other Rooms" exhibition. In 2010 she appeared at the GLBT Film Festival in Torino, Italy. In 2011 she made a brief appearance in the film, The Lie, directed by Joshua Leonard.
Holly Woodlawn in Joshua Leonard's film, The Lie
A documentary is currently being made about Holly's life, as mentioned in a 2014 interview in Ponystep magazine:
"We started shooting it last year in Miami when I was there for the Basel festival. I was staying at the hotel where my father used to work as a waiter when I was a kid. I was almost raised there when I was, like, 10 years old. I used to hang out there and be running around the place with Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis Junior, and the other stars who were staying there. So, anyway, at the festival, they asked me if I would like to get up and do some numbers, which of course I did! My father is 93 years old now, and he was there, too, so he got to see me perform – the last time he had seen me perform was in 1974 in Fort Lauderdale. So we started filming an interview with me and my father all about when Holly Woodlawn began…"
(updated March 2014)