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Sean Paul Lockhart
(also known as: Brent Corrigan, Fox Ryder)
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Born Sean Paul Lockhart
(1986-10-31) October 31, 1986 (age 27)
Lewiston, Idaho, U.S.
Other names Brent Corrigan
Fox Ryder
Occupation Film actor and director
Height about 1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)[1]
Weight 125 lb (57 kg)[1]
Website
www.thenewbrentcorrigan.com

Sean Paul Lockhart (born October 31, 1986)[2] is an American model, film actor and gay pornographic film actor. For the latter, he uses his stage name Brent Corrigan and has played roles in gay porn films notably with Cobra Video and Pink Bird Media. He has also made some films with Active Duty and Jet Set Men.

As for his appearances with Falcon Studios particularly in The Velvet Mafia series, he has used the stage name Fox Rider instead. He has appeared in several nonpornographic films as well using his birth name (Sean Paul Lockhart), trying to reposition himself as a more mainstream actor rather than a porn star. He has released no new pornographic films since 2010 and has focused almost exclusively on gay-themed movies and indie films. Such gay-themed and indie films include Judas Kiss, Sister Mary, Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild!, Welcome to New York, and others.

In 2011 he starred as "Ricky" in the musical Chillerama, directed by Tim Sullivan in the segment "I Was A Teenage Werebear". In 2011 Lockhart received the Rising Star Award at the Philadelphia QFest Festival. In 2012, he announced his involvement in the production of an indie film titled Truth, directed by Rob Moretti and co-starring Lockhart and Moretti. Also in 2013, he directed his first non-pornographic film the mystery-thriller Triple Crossed. He also recorded an album with songs by the Swedish singer-songwriter and accordionist Roland Cedermark.[3]

Early life[edit]

Sean Paul Lockhart was[4][5][6][7][8][9] born in Lewiston, Idaho,[10] raised in Seattle, Washington by his stepfather and moved to San Diego, California in 2003 to live with his mother.[11]

Lockhart claims he has never met his birth father.[12] After arriving in San Diego, he says he was abandoned by his mother, forcing him to take care of himself.[11] At age sixteen, he says, he met and began courting an older man who introduced him to what he referred to as an "unhealthy social scene".

Gay pornographic career[edit]

Sean Paul Lockhart acted in a number of gay pornographic films using the stage names "Brent Corrigan"[2][4][6][7][8] and less prominently the pseudonym "Fox Ryder", notably with The Velvet Mafia Part 1 and Velvet Mafia Part 2.[2][4] He is best known for his roles in Schoolboy Crush with Brent Everett and for Velvet Mafia with Erik Rhodes. He has won six GayVN Awards including the "Best Bottom" award for two consecutive years.

Lockhart started his career in pornography in 2004 at Cobra Video, as a young twink model in Every Poolboy's Dream under the stage name Brent Corrigan. He quickly became one of Cobra's most famous performers, where his bare-back-themed movies were critically top rated and commercially top-selling.[13] Lockhart's performing career has featured a diverse variety of sexual activity, including semen swallowing, rimming and Cobra Video's first double anal penetration by Chase McKenzie and Brent Everett.[14]

In September 2005, Lockhart made the claim that he falsified his identification documents to make his first films, being under-age when these were filmed. This public statement resulted in much controversy, causing many of his films to be (voluntarily) pulled from distribution channels while concerns of paedopornography[15] in many legal jurisdictions in the United States and abroad are settled. The statement has been a major part of a continuing legal dispute between Lockhart and Cobra Video, and of much debate among fans.

Alleged underage pornographic filming[edit]

Lockhart claims that shortly before his 17th birthday his boyfriend[11] contacted a Cobra Video producer and showed a nude, sleeping Lockhart to Cobra Video by webcam. Lockhart claims he agreed to get a fake ID to do video work for Cobra.[16] He stated in an interview that, at 16 years, he believed he "knew everything."[11] He believed his boyfriend's statements that fake identification was used "all the time" by underage performers and that he wasn't doing anything wrong.[10][11]

Lockhart then went on to do two shoots with Cobra in 2004.[10] The majority of these scenes were receptive, bareback, anal sex, with the exception of those starring both Lockhart and Brent Everett, where a condom was used for Lockhart's bottoming scenes. The scenes from these shoots were spread over four videos. Those videos were both critically and commercially a success, being consistently well reviewed as well as becoming top sellers for Cobra video.[10][13] During the time these scenes were filmed, Lockhart stated that he developed a close relationship with Cobra Video owner Bryan Kocis and that the relationship eventually became sexual. Lockhart claimed he was afraid the business relationship would end unless he maintained the sexual part of the relationship.[11]

Disclosure and its effects[edit]

Lockhart's statement

Lockhart's attorney announced publicly in 2005 that Lockhart was under-age when he filmed several scenes for Cobra Video under the name Brent Corrigan.[17] In a subsequent November 2005 AVN.com article, Lockhart stated that he had obtained a false ID to enter the porn industry and that he was seventeen years old when he filmed his early scenes.[16]

In a July/August 2006 GayWebMonkey magazine interview, Lockhart stated that on several occasions he tried to explicitly state to this producer that he was under-age, but the producer was not interested in hearing the information or in having the information publicly disclosed. Lockhart states that "[The Cobra producer] hinted very strongly that if I was underage now or when filming the videos, I’d be the one in trouble, not him."[11] Lockhart claimed the Cobra video producer emailed him after the public disclosures to say that "traitors would be dealt with accordingly" and to expect lawsuits, embarrassment, and financial ruin.[11]

Industry response

A September 2005 press release from two private, nongovernmental organization, the Association of Sites Advocating Child Protection (ASACP) and the Free Speech Coalition (FSC)[18] repeated Lockhart's statements. In the press releases, both organizations said that until the matter could be definitively settled, these videos should be removed from circulation due to the possibility of these videos being considered paedopornography in many jurisdictions.

On September 13, 2005, the four Cobra Video titles featuring these disputed scenes were pulled voluntarily from circulation by Cobra Video, through their distributor, Pacific Sun Entertainment.[19] Though no prosecution or criminal charges have been filed regarding the alleged under-age scenes, copies of these disputed titles are no longer (as of 2007) available through official channels.

Cobra Video response

An Adult Video News article quotes Cobra Video as stating that it was not aware of Lockhart's underage status and that it had been provided "color copies of the three State-issued forms of identification (that) Mr. Lockhart presented, including a birth certificate, all indicating a birth year of 1985." The article further quotes Cobra as stating that "all requests for a State-certified birth certificate of Mr. Lockhart from Mr. Lockhart's attorney have been rejected."[16]

Lawsuits

After the announcement and the subsequent recall of the titles in question, Lockhart and his business partners were then sued in federal court in San Diego, California, by Cobra Video, L.L.C. for trademark violations, cybersquatting, breach of contract, and other disputes. The suit, which sought damages of $1 million, also sought to prevent him from using the stage name of "Brent Corrigan" because of a claim that the name was/is a protected trademark.[16] Kocis and Lockhart were reported to have reached a settlement on their legal dispute, with documentation to have been mailed on January 25, 2007.[20] A final hearing in the matter was scheduled for February 21, 2007.[21]

Pennsylvania Secretary of State records showed a Cobra Video LLC was formed in Pennsylvania on or about September 20, 2002. Delaware Secretary of State records showed a Cobra Video LLC was form in Delaware on or about April 18, 2005. The Cobra Video LLC that sued Sean Lockhart et al. in Federal Court in San Diego was the Delaware Cobra Video LLC.[22][23]

According to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania records attached as exhibits in pleadings filed by the Delaware Cobra Video LLC in its federal lawsuit in San Diego, Bryan Kocis' Delaware Cobra Video LLC filed a trademark application with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on December 15, 2005 on the mark "Brent Corrigan" claiming that the mark was first used in business in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on February 14, 2004.[24] The Delaware Cobra Video LLC itself did not exist until April 18, 2005.[citation needed]

Adult websites[edit]

Lockhart's most recent "official Brent Corrigan website" is thenewBrentCorrigan.com. As he stated in his official Twitter account on November 7–8, 2009:

I'm not a part of Brent Corrigan Inc any longer. I'm doing my own thing now ... Yes, [this is the] third website I've been a part of developing. The big difference is this one is ALL MINE — no business partners involved.

Lockhart maintained a blog and personal website at BrentCorriganINC.com. This web site began in July 2007. Lockhart aired the new web-site because of difficulty he was having with his old web-site.[25]

"Here, you'll get it all. Just be advised, from here on out, you have absolutely no reason to continue your regular visits to BrentCorriganOnline.com. I wash my hands of that filthy failure, and I beg the same of you. I want to prove to the thieves that BrentCorriganOnline.com is nothing without Brent Corrigan. I want to see the traffic on that website plummet to the depths of hell and never return. I can accomplish that with the help of you."[25]

Lockhart maintained a web-log at his old web-site, BrentCorriganOnline.com. He started his own adult-video production company (which, he claims, makes him the youngest producer in the adult-video industry.) Cobra Video also created a website, Brentcorriganxxx.com, which offers free downloads of clips and pictures of Lockhart's post-2004 work.[citation needed]

On October 9, 2006, Lockhart's web-log announced the launch of the private, adult, pay-only section of BrentCorriganOnline.com. The entry provided a link to the pay site, discussed the delays and included a video celebrating the pay site's start. It was also revealed that his web-master, Jeremy Carrson, is his second business partner in this venture.[26] On October 11, 2006, Lockhart also claimed that a major reason for the delay of the roll-out of the members-only site was due to his contracted online billing company at first, canceling the original billing contract under legal pressure from Cobra Video.

Non-pornographic acting career[edit]

Lockhart has appeared in several nonpornographic films. He had a small role as "Skippy" in the short film Tell Me, a co-starring role (as Sean Lockhart) in the rock musical short Didn't This Used to Be Fun? and a starring role as "Press" in a short film directed by Jody Wheeler entitled In the Closet. In 2009, the film appeared on a gay short film compilation Boys on Film 3: American Boy, released by Peccadillo Pictures,[27] the company that made it possible for Lockhart to record an album with songs by the Swedish songwriter and accordionist Roland Cedermark.

He played "Stan the Merman" in the 2008 feature Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild,[28] and as one of the people on the telephone tree in Gus Van Sant's Milk, based on the life of Harvey Milk. He had a guest appearance in Casper Andreas' film The Big Gay Musical as "Hustler", and he played "Chad" in the 2011 feature Sister Mary directed and written by Scott Grenke. He also starred as "Chris Wachowsky" in the gay coming-of-age fantasy Judas Kiss.[29] He starred as "Ricky" in Chillerama (segment "I Was A Teenage Werebear") a musical, about a "closeted kid who meets these other closeted kids, who when aroused turn into leather daddy werebears".[30] It was directed by Tim Sullivan.

At the 2009 GayVN Awards in San Francisco, pornographic director Michael Lucas protested Lockhart's participation in the event. Later, he accused Lockhart's boyfriend of threats and filed a police report, but no charges were ever brought. Working under the name Sean Paul Lockhart, he appeared as an underwear model in a number of Andrew Christian promotional videos.[31]

After appearing in the comedy short Welcome to New York Lockhart co-starred with Rob Moretti in the latter's 2013 directed psychological thriller film Truth in the role of Caleb.[32] The film was released internationally on January 10, 2014 after appearing in a number of film festivals.[33]

Also in 2013, Lockhart directed his own mystery-thriller film Triple Crossed also playing the role of Andrew Warner in the film. In 2014, he is appearing as Jake Bishop in Jody Wheeler's mystery-thriller film The Dark Place and as Jonathan co-starring with Ronnie Kroell and Nick Airus in James Townsend's horror-thriller Kissing Darkness.

Murder case of Bryan Kocis[edit]

Bryan Kocis, owner of Cobra Video for whom Lockhart worked while underage, was found dead at his home January 24, 2007. His throat had been slashed and he had been stabbed 28 times. The killers set his home on fire to hide the murder. Lockhart was one of several people to be questioned. His attorney, John Yates, said that Lockhart was part of the investigation and "fully" cooperating with authorities.[34] Yates later said Lockhart had information about a man who met with Kocis that day, but they are looking for the services of a criminal lawyer before talking to police.[35] Police then searched for a "person of interest" named in the investigation.[36] On May 15, 2007; two Virginia Beach escorts and rival producers of gay pornography, Harlow Cuadra and Joseph Kerekes, were charged with Kocis' murder.[37]

The theory by investigators was that the two men murdered Kocis because they wanted to get Lockhart to work for them at their porn film company. However, police investigating the murder believe Lockhart didn't know these two men would actually go and kill Kocis to get him to work for their company.[38][39]

On December 8, 2008, Kerekes pleaded guilty to the murder of Bryan Kocis and was subsequently sentenced to life in prison without parole, avoiding a potential death sentence.[40] Jury selection for Cuadra's trial began February 17, 2009, and the trial began February 24. On February 27, Lockhart testified for the prosecution.[41] On March 12, 2009, Harlow Cuadra was found guilty and convicted of first degree murder in Kocis' death.[42] On March 16, 2009, Cuadra was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.[43] On April 7, 2009, Cuadra appealed his life sentence.[44]

In popular culture[edit]

  • Sean Lockhart's role in Bryan Kocis' life and the subsequent murder trials of Joseph Kerekes and Harlow Cuadra are detailed in the non-fiction, true-crime book Cobra Killer: Gay Porn Murder, written by authors Andrew E. Stoner and Peter A. Conway, and published by Magnus Books on June 19, 2012.[45][46]
  • A new play based on the story of Sean Paul Lockhart and the death of Bryan Kocis written by Bill Crouch is scheduled to premiere in New York City in under the title Cruel Men: In The Lion's Den.

Filmography[edit]

Nonpornographic[edit]

Director
Year Film Role Notes
2013 Triple Crossed Director, actor Mystery-thriller film
Producer
Year Film Role Notes
2013 Truth Co-producer, actor Psychological thriller film
Actor
Year Film Role Notes
2007 Didn't This Used to Be Fun? Sean Lockhart short musical
2008 Another Gay Sequel: Gays Gone Wild! Stan the Merman
In the Closet Press short movie
Milk Telephone Tree No. 3
Tell Me Skippy short movie
2009 The Big Gay Musical Hustler
2011 Judas Kiss Chris Wachowsky
Sister Mary Chad
Chillerama Ricky O'Reily segment "I Was a Teenage Werebear"
2012 Welcome to New York Jake short movie
2013 Truth Caleb
Triple Crossed Andrew Warner
2014 The Dark Place Jake Bishop
Kissing Darkness Jonathan
Soundtrack
Year Film Tracks Notes
2011 Chillerama "Don't Look Away"
"Purge"
"Love Bit Me On The Ass"
"Room For All"
In the segment "I Was a Teenage Werebear"

Pornographic[edit]

Director
Year Title Studio Notes
2008 Summit Pink Bird Media Video
Just the Sex 2
2009 Brent Corrigan's Big Easy
2010 Brent Corrigan's Working Hard
Brent Corrigan's Heat
Actor
Year Title Studio Notes
2004 Every Poolboy's Dream Cobra Video
Schoolboy Crush Cobra Video
Bareboned Twinks Cobra Video
2005 Casting Couch 4 Cobra Video
Cream BBoys Cobra Video
Naughty Boy's Toys Cobra Video
2006 Fuck Me Raw Cobra Video
Take It Like a Bitch Boy Cobra Video
The Velvet Mafia: Part 1 Falcon Studios as "Fox Ryder"
Velvet Mafia 2 Falcon Studios
2007 Soccer Boys BrentCorriganOnline
2008 The Porne Ultimatum Pink Bird Media Med Student
Brent Corrigan's Summit Pink Bird Media
Drafted 3 Active Duty
Just the Sex Pink Bird Media
Best of Roman Heart Falcon Studios
2009 Just the Sex 2 Pink Bird Media
The Porne Identity Pink Bird Media Med Student
Brent Corrigan's Big Easy Pink Bird Media
Best of the 2000s 2 Falcon Studios
Chris Steele Directors Picks Falcon Studios
2010 Brent Corrigan's Working Hard Pink Bird Media
Getting Levi's Johnson Jet Set Men Underwear Model
Brent Corrigan's Heat Pink Bird Media
2011 Beautiful Boy Cobra Video
2012 The Brent Corrigan Sex Tapes Cobra Video Unreleased Videos[47]
Buttfucked Jet Set Men

Awards[edit]

(All as Brent Corrigan except where indicated)

Pornographic[edit]

Year Category Shared with Recipient Result
Golden Dickie Awards
2008 Best Twink Performer Bottom N/A Fuck Me Raw (2006) Winner[48]
GayVN Awards
2009 Best Bottom N/A N/A Winner[49][50]
2009 Best Pro/Am Film N/A Summit (2008) Winner[49][50]
2009 Best Twink Film N/A Just the Sex 1 & 2 (2008) Winner[49][50]
2009 Performer of the Year N/A N/A Nominated[49][50]
2009 Best Actor N/A Just the Sex (2008) Nominated[49][50]
2009 Best Sex Scene — Duo Kaden Saylor The Porne Ultimatum (2008) Nominated[49][50]
2009 Best Oral Scene Kurt Wild Just the Sex (2008) Nominated[49][50]
2009 Best Group Scene Adam Wells/
Reese Reynolds/
Jacob Powell
Summit (2008) Nominated[49][50]
2009 Best Sex Scene — Duo Luke Hass Just the Sex (2008) Nominated[49][50]
2010 Best Bottom N/A N/A Winner[51]
2010 Web Performer of the Year N/A N/A Winner[51]
2010 Best Amateur/Pro-Am Release N/A Big Easy (2010) Winner[51]
2010 Best Pornstar Site N/A N/A Nominated[51]
Grabby Awards
2007 Best Three-Way Sex Scene Chad Hunt/
Roman Heart
The Velvet Mafia: Part 1 (2006) Nominated
(as Fox Ryder)[52]
2009 Best Twink Video N/A Summit (2008) Nominated[53]
2009 Best Supporting Actor N/A The Porne Ultimatum (2008) Nominated[53]
2009 Best Performer N/A N/A Nominated[53]
2009 Best Pornstar Blog N/A N/A Nominated[53]
2009 Best Pornstar Website N/A N/A Nominated[53]
2010 Best Actor N/A N/A Nominated[54]
2010 Best in Twink N/A Working Hard (2010) Nominated[51]
2010 Best Comedy N/A Working Hard (2010) Nominated[51]
2010 Hottest Bottom N/A N/A Nominated[51]
2010 Best Pornstar Blog N/A N/A Nominated[51]
2010 Best Pornstar Website N/A N/A Nominated[51]
2011 Best Supporting Actor N/A Getting Levi's Johnson (2010) Nominated[55]
2011 Best Duo Casey Monroe Getting Levi's Johnson (2010) Nominated[56]
2011 Hottest Bottom N/A N/A Nominated[55]
2011 Best Porn Star Blog N/A N/A Nominated[56]

Nonpornographic[edit]

Year Category Shared with Recipient Result
QFest's Awards
2011 Rising Star Award N/A Sean Paul Lockhart Winner

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
none
GayVN Awards for Best Bottom
2009
Succeeded by
Brent Corrigan
Preceded by
Brent Corrigan
GayVN Awards for Best Bottom
2010
Succeeded by
Incumbent

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