John Magnum Gay Porn Star Interview

Author & Curator: 
Troy Maillis

Porn Star John Magnum (Colt Studios) performed live in the flesh at Boardwalk in Fort Lauderdale on Labor Day Weekend. Read Mark’s List’s Q&A with the sexy John Magnum:

Mark's List: Do you do straight porn, gay porn, or both?
John Magnum: Both, but I've only done one straight porn.
 

John Magnum

ML: How did you decide that you wanted to start doing porn?  Did you go looking for it or did it find you?
JM: It found me and then I stuffed it my back pocket and never let it out of my sight.

ML: Take us through a typical day of shooting.  What are some of the things you do to prepare for a scene?
JM: Well we do the still shots first then we do the actual video. As far as what I do to prepare for a scene, I just try to get some good energy flowing between my costars and have fun.

ML: What do you look forward to the most when you meet your scene partner for the first time? Has anything embarrassing happened during a scene?
JM: Someone that’s easy to work with, easy on the eyes and good at what he does. And, yes, plenty of embarrassing things have happened during a scene, but that’s between me, my costar and the editor [lol].

ML: Have you ever turned down shooting a scene because you didn’t like your scene partner?
JM: No, Im’ not a diva

John Magnum @ Boardwalk
Erotic video star John Magnum made an appearance at Boardwalk Gay Bar in Fort Lauderdale. 
 
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John Magnum at Boardwalk
 
 

ML: Do you ever get recognized as a result of your porn endeavors?
JM: All the time.

ML: What’s your ultimate scene fantasy?
JM: I've always wanted to do an homage to "American Psycho" or the “James Bond” movies.








 





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