Dylan Vox

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Dylan Vox
Born (1978-12-25) December 25, 1978 (age 35)
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Occupation Actor
Years active 2001–present

Dylan Vox (born December 25, 1978) is an American actor and producer who has worked in television, film and theatre.

Early life[edit]

Vox was born in Marietta, Georgia and was adopted one month after birth. He began riding horses and showed Western Pleasure placing in both regional and national competitions at an early age. After high school graduation Vox received bachelor's degrees in Political Science and Journalism from the Georgia Southern University before moving to Denver, Colorado and training with Olympic Ice Dancer Carol Fox where he had some success on the national level with his partner Erin Bales.[citation needed]

Vox retired from skating and attended and graduated from law school.[citation needed]

Acting career[edit]

Vox starred in the Los Angeles premiere of Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical and the world premiere of the hip-hopera "City Kid" earning a LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award nomination and a NAACP theatre award nomination.[citation needed]. He also was an original cast member of Hunky Dory, an original musical interpretation of the 1971 David Bowie album.[1]

Vox appeared as himself on the reality television series Fight for Fame, Open Call, and the Spike detective series Murder. He starred in the upcoming indie horror film Lovesick Captivity, which was directed by Creep Creepersin.[2] Vox has appeared in the here! cable station's gothic horror series Dante's Cove as Colin and as a series regular in here!'s vampire series The Lair also playing a character named Colin (although they are different characters). The Lair was directed by prolific American director Fred Olen Ray with whom Vox has worked with on several additional projects.

Vox began working regularly with the American film studio The Asylum where he appeared in several films including the SyFy channel mockbuster Battle of Los Angeles (film) and Titanic II.

Pornographic career[edit]

Under the name "Brad Benton,"[3] Vox performed in gay pornographic films and was nominated for over 12 GayVN Awards and 15 Grabby Awards, winning Best Supporting Actor at the GayVN Awards in 2004 and 2005 and nine Grabby awards over all.[4]

Editor career[edit]

Vox has written for a number of LGBT-themed websites (including an article about gay actor Ronnie Kerr )[5] and writes a blog entitled "21st - Century Vox." He currently serves as the Sports Editor and as a featured columnist for GayWired.com.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Film Role Notes
2005 Scab Video Store Victim
2009 The Cypherian Lucifer
The Crystal Lake Massacres Revisited Dr. Beck
Zombo Monty Green
Pornography Jason Steele
Homewrecker Shawn Johnson
2010 The Brides of Sodom Dyonisus
Shut Up and Kiss Me Tom
Titanic II Dwayne Steven
Virus X Francis
Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus CWO Butowski
2011 Backfire Adam
Vampire Boys Logan
Battle of Los Angeles Lt. Pete Rodgers
Longhorns Steve
Aliens vs. Avatars Jake
Old-Time Tent Revival Max
Lovesick Captivity Mr. Rothstein
Super Shark Mickey
I Want to Get Married Scotty
Showgirl 2: Penny's from Heaven Rocco
Saltwater Jeff
2012 "Jersey Shore Shark Attack" Spencer
"Bad Blood: Hatfields and McCoys" Elias Hatfield
"40 Days and Nights" Tyler
"Collision Course" Tommy
"A Christmas Wedding Date" Trevor
TV series
Year Title Role Episodes
2004 Wet Palms Tucker Bang (as Brad Benton) Episode: "Who Is Lucky Hanson?"
High Chaparall Himself (as Brad Benton) Episode: #2.9
2005 Fight for Fame Himself Episode: #1.4
Open Call Himself Episode: "The Next Donald Trump"
2006 Dante's Cove Colin Episodes: "Come Together", "Spring Forward" and
"The Solstice"
2007 The Lair Colin 28 episodes (2007–2009)
2009 Misadventures in Matchmaking Stoner Episode: "The Love Portal"
2011 Keeping Up with The Kartrashians Bruce 5 episodes

Awards[edit]

Year Category Recipient(s) Result
GayVN Awards
2004 Best Supporting Actor[4] "There Goes the Neighborhood" Winner
2005 Best Supporting Actor[4] "Jet Set Direct: Take One" Winner
Grabby Awards
2002 Best Supporting Actor "Carnal Intentions" Nominated
2002 Best Three-Way Sex Scene "The Other Side of Aspen 5" Nominated
2002 Best Newcomers Winner
2002 Best Duo Sex Scene "Carnal Intentions" Winner
2004 Best Duo Sex Scene[6] "There Goes the Neighborhood " Nominated
2004 Best Performers[6] Winner
2004 Best Supporting Actor[6] "There Goes the Neighborhood" Winner
2005 Best Performers Nominated
2005 Best Supporting Actor "Jet Set Direct: Take One" Nominated
2005 Best Three-Way Sex Scene "69: Discover the Secret" Nominated
2005 Best Actor "Wet Palms" Winner
2005 Best Three-Way Sex Scene "Buckleroos: Part II" Winner
2005 Hottest Versatile Performer Winner
2006 Best Actor "Dirty Little Sins" Nominated
2006 Best Supporting Actor "Beyond Perfect" Nominated
2006 Best Performers Winner
2006 Best Solo Sex Scene "Dirty Little Sins" Winner

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hunky Dory at King King, Hollywood". ArtsBeatLA. 2012-02-29. Retrieved 2013-12-04. 
  2. ^ Decker, Sean (2010-12-19). "Exclusive: Dread Visits the Set of Lovesick Captivity". Dreadcentral.com. Retrieved 2013-12-04. 
  3. ^ "Oscar Winner’s Sex Tape, Film Festivals and Porn Connections, Other Tidbits". AVN. 2009-06-23. Retrieved 2010-03-16. 
  4. ^ a b c "GayVN awards list of past winners (use drop-lists for year)". 
  5. ^ Vox, Dylan (15 February 2008). "Getting In Shape With Gay Fitness Personality Ronnie Kerr". www.gmax.co.za. Retrieved 26 January 2014. 
  6. ^ a b c "The 14th Annual (2004) Grabby Award Winners". Gay Chicago Magazine. 28 May 2005. Archived from the original on 3 June 2005. 

External links[edit]

Awards
Preceded by
Rod Barry
for White Trash
GayVN Awards for Best Supporting Actor
for There Goes the Neighborhood

2004
Succeeded by
Brad Benton
for Jet Set Direct: Take One
Preceded by
Brad Benton
for There Goes the Neighborhood
GayVN Awards for Best Supporting Actor
for Jet Set Direct: Take One

2005
Succeeded by
Kent Larson
for Dangerous Liaisons