Chris Steele (pornographic actor)

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Chris Steele
Chris Steele 01.jpg
Born (1966-03-17) March 17, 1966 (age 51)
Dallas, Texas, US
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)

Chris Steele (born March 17, 1966) is an American gay pornographic film actor who performed from 1998 to 2003 and later as a gay pornographic writer, director and producer.


Chris Steele began his gay pornographic career in 1998 as an exclusive model for Studio 2000.[1] Steele appeared in numerous releases for various studios including Falcon Studios, Mustang, Titan Media, Raging Stallion, All Worlds, Massive Studio, and Rascal Video.[1] He won a GayVN Award for Best Sex Scene in 2003's Cops Gone Bad.[1] In 2004 Chris retired from acting to become Senior Director of Production and Editing for Falcon Studios.[2] Chris made his directorial debut with Falcon Studios two part movie titled Taking Flight, Falcon's all-time best-selling title, and he received a GayVN Award nomination for Best Director.[1] In 2007 Chris joined Jet Set Men as a producer and director.[3] In 2008 Chris Steele became a partner in the gay adult studio Jet Set Men.[4] In 2008 Chris Steele and the Jet Set Men crew were chronicled on Season III of Webdreams.[5] In 2009 Chris Steele was inducted into the GayVN Awards Hall of Fame.[6] On May 12, 2010 Chris Steele's gay porn parody of the reality TV show Jersey Shore titled Jersey Score was featured on both CNN's Joy Behar Show and TMZ's National Television show.[7]

Selected Videography[edit]



  • 21 Hump Street (2012) - Jet Set Men
  • Anthony's Weener (2012) - Jet Set Men
  • Tosh.hole (2012) - Jet Set Men
  • Jersey Score (2010) - Jet Set Men
  • Getting Levi's Johnson (2010) - Jet Set Men
  • The Velvet Mafia: Part 1 & 2 (2007) - Falcon Studios
  • Cross Country: Part 1 & 2 (2005) - Falcon Studios
  • Taking Flight: Part 1 & 2 (2004) - Falcon Studios


Best Sex SceneGayVN Awards
(2003) Cops Gone Bad
Wall of FameGrabby Awards
Inducted (2004)
AVN Hall of FameGayVN Awards
Inducted (2009)
Best ScreenplayGrabby Awards
(2010) Getting Levi's Johnson

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