Collin O'Neal

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Collin O'Neal (born Shawn Loftis in 1975 in Florida), is an American gay pornographic actor and director who appears in gay pornographic films and magazines. He has used his real name as a CNN citizen reporter and as a substitute teacher; his teacher's certification was revoked in April 2011, after his porn career was brought to light — he claimed to have quit performing in the spring of 2010 — and was suspended from his substitute teaching position in the Miami-Dade County Public Schools in January 2011. In February 2012, the Florida Education Practices Commission reversed that decision, allowing Loftis to return to teaching in Miami-Dade County. He would also be eligible to apply for a permanent position as an educator.[1]

He is also a director, and performed in the gay pornographic series World of Men shot in various cities around the world from Buenos Aires to Sydney. The series has been nominated many times for awards; World of Men: Lebanon won a GayVN Award for Best Pro/Am Release as well as a Grabby Award for Best Videography jointly for Collin O'Neal and Dan Fox.


  • Mirage
  • Lord of the Jungle
  • Humping Iron
  • Crossing the Line
  • Rising Sun
  • Desperate Husbands
  • Scorched
  • The Hard Way
  • Mo' Bubble Butt
  • Perfect Fit
  • Skuff II: Downright Filthy

World of Men series[edit]

Main article: World of Men
  • World of Men: London
  • World of Men: Lebanon
  • World of Men: São Paulo
  • World of Men: Miami
  • World of Men: Colombia
  • World of Men: Spain
  • World of Men: Edinburgh
  • World of Men: East Berlin
  • World of Men: Serbia


Preceded by
Grabby Awards for Best Videography

Succeeded by
Preceded by
GayVN Awards for Best Pro/Am Release

Succeeded by
Preceded by
GayVN Awards for Best Pro/Am Release

Succeeded by
Brent Corrigan
Brent Corrigan's Summit

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Wong, Curtis (11 March 2012). "Former Gay Porn Star Permitted To Teach After Being Fired For X-Rated Past". Huffington Post. 
  2. ^ "Grabby Award Winners 2007". Gay Chicago Magazine. 26 May 2007. 
  3. ^ "CyberSocketWebAwards". CyberSocketWebAwards. Retrieved 2010-03-08. 

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