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Todd Montgomery is a cinematographer specializing in gay pornography. He has won numerous awards as well as being inducted into the GayVN Awards Hall of Fame.
A cinematographer or director of photography is the chief over the camera and light crews working on a film, television production or other live action piece and is responsible for making artistic and technical decisions related to the image. The study and practice of this field is referred to as cinematography.
The GayVN Awards are film awards presented annually to honor work done in the gay pornographic industry. The awards were sponsored by AVN Magazine, the parent publication of GAYVN Magazine, and continue the recognition for gay pornography which was part of the AVN Awards from 1986–1998. The awards went on a hiatus after the 2011 ceremony and returned in 2018.
Falcon Entertainment, a United States company based in San Francisco, California, is one of the world's largest producers of gay pornography.
Out of Athens is a 2000 two-part gay pornographic film from Falcon Studios, starring John Brosnan and Roland Dane, and directed by Johnny Rutherford. Part one runs 87 minutes, and part two runs 74 minutes. In the film, after not being accepted to a fraternity club for his status, John Brosnan goes to Athens, Greece, posing as a Harvard alumni for a reunion gathering. There, Brosnan is exposed as an imposter and then is gang raped. A Greek resident Roland Dane, whom Brosnan met earlier during the tour, finds him lying on the streets and takes him to Dane's place, where they have sex.
Zak Spears is an American gay pornographic film actor. Spears appeared in the feature film The Doom Generation (1995) using his real name, Khristofor Rossianov. He also appeared in the black comedy feature film Forgiving the Franklins (2006) under the name Khris Scaramanga. Initially retiring from the industry in 1996, he made a return in 2004, sporting a dramatic image change which included a shaved head and a much bulkier build.
Larry David Paciotti is an American gay pornographic film director. He appears as the drag-diva persona Chi Chi LaRue, which is also the directorial credit name of Lawrence David and Taylor Hudson, who directs bisexual, gay, and heterosexual porn films.
Chris Ward is a gay pornographic film director from the United States. He co-founded Raging Stallion Studios with JD Slater in 1999. Ward sold Raging Stallion to AEBN in 2009 and retired from the Adult Industry.
Jeremy Tucker is an African American pornographic actor in gay pornography.
Michael Brandon is an American, pornographic actor and director who specializes in gay pornography. He has had his own subdivision at Raging Stallion called "Monster Bang" and has previously participated in some charitable efforts.
Tom Chase is a pornographic actor working in gay pornography who has been active since the 1990s. Chase is 5'8", has dark brown hair, and has brown eyes. He has appeared in several issues of Unzipped magazine: #141, #155, #158, #160, #171, #189, and #200.
Zeb Atlas is an American pornographic actor, bodybuilder and performer.
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Chip Daniels is an American gay pornography actor and film director. He is credited with directing 27 films and acting in over 30.
Logan McCree, also known as Kriegerbeatz or DJ Krieger, is the stage name of a German-born DJ who began working as an adult-film actor in gay pornography in 2007, exclusively signed to the Raging Stallion Studios, a US production company with a three-year contract. He is widely known for his unique and distinctive tattoos over most of his body, including his penis, buttocks and scalp.
Jack Simmons is an African American actor and director in gay pornography. He is credited with acting in over 90 pornography titles.
Chad Johnson is a retired American pornographic film actor who only appeared in gay pornography. In 2002, he was inducted into the GAYVN Hall of Fame
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Chase Hunter is a gay pornographic film actor who debuted in the industry with a starring role in the Falcon Studios "Basic Plumbing" (1993) with his then long term partner-fellow industry actor Tony Di Angelo.
Christina Cruz is a pornographic actress. She was previously known as Christian Cruz during an earlier career performing in gay pornographic films. In 2009, she came out as a trans woman (pre-operative) and changed her name to Christina. She is the second known performer to have transitioned from gay male to trans woman pornographic actress.
Richard Allen Karp, better known by his stage name Cole Tucker, was an American actor in gay pornography. Tucker was born in New York. He started making appearances in gay pornography in 1996 at the age of 43, previously working as a realtor. In 1998, he appeared in Sex/Life in L.A. Jochen Hick's adult documentary about the sex lives of the guys who make L.A. adult movies. In 1999, he revealed in a story published in the London Standard that he was HIV-positive and also had a relationship with former British Conservative Party MEP Tom Spencer.
Huge Video is a gay pornography production company. The company was founded by Matt Sterling, a pornography director and producer.
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