Power Up has named Tabatha Coffey, Wilson Cruz and Peter Paige in its tenth iteration of 10 Amazing Gay Women in Showbiz and 10 Amazing Gay Men in Showbiz.

The group supports female filmmakers who are producing gay-themed films and documentaries.

Tabatha Coffey is among the women being honored on November 7 in Hollywood.

Coffey, who built a career as the hairdresser to the stars, is the host of Bravo's hit reality show Tabatha's Salon Takeover, which takes a look at the business of managing a hair salon.

“As a relative newcomer to the entertainment business, I am honored to be nominated for this award because I have always been out in my life and my career and I think visibility is so important in our community,” Coffey said.

Writer Ali Adler, Wolfe Video founder Kathy Wolfe, writer-producer Savannah Dooley, actress Clementine Ford, LGBT entertainment reporter Tracy Gilchrist, director Christine Moore, talent scout Martha Sanchez, writer-producer Elizabeth Sarnoff and actress Kirsten Vangsness round out the rest of the women being honored.

Celebrity publicist Howard Bragman and actors Wilson Cruz and Peter Paige top the list for the men. Also included are Screen Actors Guild exec Duncan Crabtree-Ireland, writer-producer James Duff, agent Keya Khayatian, Access Hollywood Producer Mark Noble, producer Howard Rosenman, USA Network exec Michael Sluchan and actor Steve Tyler.

Bragman, who helped Chely Wright and Meredith Baxter come out gay, said: “I grew up fat, Jewish and gay in Flint, Michigan feeling like I had three strikes against me and then I moved to Hollywood where I realized it was three rungs on the ladder of success.”

“Well, that's just ridiculous,” said Paige, who is best know for playing Emmett Honeycutt on Showtime's groundbreaking gay drama Queer As Folk, at hearing about his making the cut.