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October 19, 1968
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
Harper worked as a registered nurse from 1989 until a scout offered him a meeting with Steven Scarborough of Hot House Entertainment. Scarborough offered to shoot him in a gay adult film. He eventually appeared in around 60 gay adult films over a span of 7 years.
He won an award for "Best Performer" at the Young Erotic Gay Video Awards known in the industry as the Grabbys. In 2000, during the GayVN Awards, he won an award for "Best Actor" for his role in Animus, directed by Wash West. Harper also won the 2001 GayVN Award for "Gay Performer of the Year". In 2003, he won the FICEB HeatGay Best Actor Award for the movie Ya sé quien te la chupó el último verano.
Harper was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada and born with birth name as Peter Tiefenbach. Harper embark in gay pornographic film when he lived in San Francisco, he was working out at Market Street Gym and was approached by an acquaintance who was scouting for models, after that he had an interviewed with Steven Scarborough of Hot House with the deal Harper shot in a gay adult film in 1998 to 2005.
Harper and gay pornographic film actor Colton Ford were lovers/life-partners for a number of years. The 2005 documentary Naked Fame, directed by Christopher Long, was about Colton Ford pursuing a career in the dance music industry while in a relationship with Harper. It also showed how Harper retired from adult films and returned to his original profession as a nurse in a bid to support his boyfriend and former porn star Colton Ford in his new music career. Colton also wrote "Love Has Found a Way", which was about his relationship with Harper.
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|GayVN Awards for Best Actor
|GayVN Awards for Gay Performer of the Year
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