Brent Corrigan’s Celebrity Status Career

Brent Corrigan will be coming to the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. You will be able to find him on the 3rd of March at 6pm at Park Street Books, Level 2/44 Park Street, Sydney. Brent is celebrating the release of his new gay adult movie which he directed and starred in named Ultra Fan which is a NakedSword production.

The event will be bursting with some of the nicest and most beautiful people in the adult movie industry including JJ Knight, Sister Roma, Chi Chi LaRue and Mr Peeps. JJ Knight will be there to put on display his amazing adult lifestyle product the “JJ Knight Supercock” which was created by Falcon Studios. JJ Knight has a very impressive award winning career within the adult industry and his Supercock has made headlines. Come by Park Street Books to receive giveaways from Swiss Navy who have said everyone in attendance will get a free gift. Meet Brent Corrigan to enter into a competition to win 1 of 4 Brent Corrigan Bliss Signature Fleshjacks.

In honour of this exciting event, we thought we would explore a few facts about him. Brent Corrigan is one of the most popular gay adult movie stars in the world. However did you know that he is also an actor, singer and a director? He loves to direct in mainstream, general, indie and short films. In mainstream releases, Brent Corrigan uses his real name Sean Lockhart. The first popular theatre he starred in was a musical in 2007 which was called “Didn’t This Used To Be Fun”.

 

 

In 2007, Brent Corrigan starred in a comedy spoof titled “Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild”. Below is an excerpt from Wikipedia:

Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild! is the 2008 sequel to the 2006 comedy Another Gay Movie. It features five cast members from the first movie: Jonah Blechman (Nico Hunter), Ashlie Atkinson (Dawn Muffler), Scott Thompson (Mr. Wilson), Stephanie McVay (Mrs. Hunter), and Andersen Gabrych. It was released in only seven theatres and ran for only 10 weeks before going to DVD. This as due to it’s negative reception in contrast to the first film which developed a small cult following.

Nancy Sinatra, who sang the song “Another Gay Sunshine Day” for the first film received special thanks. Singer RuPaul announced on his website that he and Lady Bunny had recorded a song for the soundtrack that would be released as a single, but the producers of the film ultimately scrapped that song and instead utilized a solo by Lady Bunny. The song was not released as a single, instead replaced by the song “The Clap” by Perez Hilton. The duet of RuPaul and Lady Bunny was later released as a bonus track on RuPaul’s album Champion.

The Plot:

Dorky Andy (Jake Mosser), flamboyant Nico (Jonah Blechman), Jock Jarod (Jimmy Clabots) and nerdy Griff (Aaron Michael Davies) reunite in Fort Lauderdale for spring break. The plot revolves around a “Gays Gone Wild!” contest to see who can have sex with the most guys during the duration of spring break. The winner will be crowned “Miss Gay Gone Wild”.

While Andy seems to have no problem getting men to have sex with him, Nico hasn’t been attracting men at all. This prompts Nico in a frequent fantasy sequence involving a merman (Brent Corrigan). Andy is troubled, however when he falls hard for Luis (Euriamis Losada), a charmingly handsome yet innocent virgin. Jarod and Griff are now are a couple and are conflicted over whether or not to enter the contest themselves. Meanwhile, a shallow trio by the name of Jasper (Will Wikle, Brand Lim and Isaac Webster) seem to be very anxious to win the contest by any means.

In a subplot, the guys meet Perez Hilton on an airplane and Hilton pursues a young priest to the bathroom who hits his head, turning him into a religious zealot trying to dispel the gay activities going on. He is later hit in the head again and changes back.’

In 2008, Brent Corrigan starred in a short movie named “Tell Me” and a movie named “In The Closet”. The Closet was directed by Jodi Wheeler. In the movie he plays a shy, awkward young man who has his first ever sexual encounter with an older, experienced and jaded man. Unlike other nights that were dark and odd, this time the passion is shared. Souls are exposed and secrets are ultimately revealed.

In 2008, Brent Corrigan starred in a movie named “Milk”. Milk is a 2008 American biographical film based on the life of gay rights activist and politician Harvey Milk. Harvey was the first openly gay person to be elected to public office in California as a member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. Milk is directed by Gus Van Sant and written by Dustin Lance Black. The movie starred Sean Penn as Milk and Josh Brolin as Dan White who was a city supervisor who assassinated Milk and Mayor George Moscone. The film was released to much acclaim. Milk earned numerous accolades from film critics and guilds. Milk also received eight Academy Award nominations. The awards that were won included Best Picture and two awards for Best Actor. Penn won the award for best leading role and Black won the award for Best Original Screenplay.

In 2009, Brent Corrigan starred in the Hustler comedy and musical “The Big Gay Musical”. Below is an excerpt from Wikipedia:

‘The Big Gay Musical is a 2009 gay-themed musical-comedy film written by Fred M. Caruso and co-directed by Caruso and Casper Andreas. The film follows a brief period in the lives of two young actors, one who is openly gay, the other closeted to his parents. The openly gay actor struggles with whether he should be sexually promiscuous or seek a life partner, while the closeted one wonders if he should come out to his conservative, religious parents.

Throughout the film, there are a series of musical numbers with tap dancing angels, a re-telling of the Genesis story protests from televangelists, a deprogramming camp that tries to turn gay kids straight. By the end of the film, the characters realize that life would be better if they just accepted themselves the way they are.

Plot: Paul (Daniel Robinson) and Eddie (Joey Dudding) have just begun previews of an Off-Broadway musical titled “Adam & Steve: Just the Way God Made ‘Em”. Their lives mimic those of the characters they are playing on stage, in that Paul is himself seeking the ideal male partner and Eddie finds that his religious upbringing conflicts with his homosexuality. After his boyfriend dumps him for being accused of having HIV, though he does not, Paul decides he is through with relationships and wants to be promiscuous, or as he so eloquently sung, “I wanna be a slut.”. Eddie, meanwhile decides he must finally tell his conservative parents that he is gay. Eddie comes out to his family, who do not accept the news well. Paul turns to the Internet for dates, but can’t even get a decent one-night stand. However, Paul continually bumps into a fan who has developed romantic feelings for him, and after a series of disastrous one night stands, he starts dating Michael at the end of the musical’s opening night. Eddie’s religious parents, on a different note, decide to attend the musical because of a promise they made to their son, even though they are appalled by homosexuality and the theme of the show. As the play goes on though, they begin to believe that maybe they judged their son too harshly, and come to accept the fact that he is gay. Eddie’s parents make up with him at the end of the show’s opening night.’

 

 

In 2011, Brent Corrigan starred in Judas Kiss as Chris Wachowsky. Judas Kiss is about an out of luck movie producer Zachary Wells who is persuaded by his closest companion and superstar executive Topher into making him a judge in their film school’s yearly celebration. Zach has a one night stand with a student, who come into an audition the very next morning and calls himself “Danny Reyes”. A name Zach went by when he originally attended the film school. The film maker becomes stuck between his depressing past and his worrying future.

 

 

In 2011, Brent Corrigan starred in Sister Mary as Chad. Homophobic criminologist Mark Rima partners up with a gay and flamboyant Detective Chris Riant. Their goal is to stop a serial slaughtering Nun from offing 5 individuals from the “The Ex Choir Boys.” They need help and tackle the case with master F.B.I. profiler Agent Peccant. The team turn its consideration on the Catholic Church and speculate the involvement of Priests who have an affinity for purging the souls.

 

 

In 2011, Brent Corrigan starred in Chillerama as Ricky O’Reily. Chillerama features the closing night of a drive in movie theatre in America. At the drive in, Cecil Kaufman planned to run four different movies that had never been released. Each horror story segment within this movie pays homage to a different style of genre. Brent Corrigan is featured in the segment “I was a Teenager Werebear”. Brent Corrigan also starred Chillerama soundtrack including the songs “Don’t Look Away”, “Purge”, “Love Bit Me on the Ass” and “Room For All”.

 

 

In 2012, Brent Corrigan starred in Welcome to New York as Jake. Welcome to New York is a short comedy about the account of five youngsters unique first hand encounters in New York City.

 

 

In 2013, Brent Corrigan starred in Truth as Caleb. Truth is a dramatic, mental thriller that uncovers the shrouded evil presences covered somewhere inside every last one of us. Caleb experiences an identity crisis, meets and falls head over heels for Jeremy. Caleb attempts to keep his personal history a secret and finds himself delving into the darker side. A sudden unforeseen development discovers Jeremy held hostage.

 

 

In 2013, he starred in Triple Crossed as Andrew Warner. Chris Jensen is saddened over his friend Tyler Townsend who passed away in Afghanistan and had promised him, that he would protect his gay lover. Tyler’s stepsister contracts Chris to execute her late sibling’s gay lover Andrew Warner. His Stepsister believes Andrew will inherit half of their family’s multi-million dollar organization but she would like to keep it in the family.

 

 

In 2014, Brent Corrigan starred in The Dark Place as Jake Bishop. The Dark Place is a movie about a man named Keegan Dark who comes back to the heart of California’s wine valley to make peace with his family. Rather than making peace, he finds a nerve racking puzzle that jeopardizes his life and those he cherishes.

 

 

In 2014, Brent Corrigan starred in Kissing Darkness as Jonathan. This movie is about a group of college boys, bored with the everyday “gay life” of LA. They decide to skip Pride weekend in exchange for a camping trip in the woods. They are quickly overcome with boredom in their new surroundings, the boys venture into a game that ultimately unleashes the vengeful spirit of a local legend known as Malice Valeria. Overcome by her deadly plan of tainted love and her thirst to take back what was lost long ago, the boys must now band together before they fall victim to the poisons of a broken heart.

 

 

In 2014, he starred in the short film Midnight by NakedSword Film Works as Shane. Midnight is a story that follows Shane and Aiden’s long term relationship where they find themselves experimenting with an open relationship. They find their relationship is put through an ultimate test.

So these are just some of the mainstream features that Sean Lockhart starred in his early career and more good reasons you should catch up with him at 6pm on the 3rd of March at Park Street Books, Level 2, 44 Park Street, Sydney at the only free fan meet and greet for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras of 2017.

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