Horst Baron

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Horst Baron
Horst Baron receiving the Eroticline Award 2006
Baron receiving the Eroticline Award in 2006
Born Horst Stramka
(1962-03-14) March 14, 1962 (age 54)
Nationality German
Other names Horst, Peter, Horst S., Horst Stramm, Stramka Horst, Horst P.
Occupation Pornographic film actor
Years active 1994–present
Awards Eroticline Award

Horst Stramka, better known by his stage name Horst Baron, (born 1962 in Germany) is a German pornographic film actor.


Since 1994, Horst has worked as a porn actor earning a gentlemanly reputation in the industry.[1] He has appeared in over 800 films.[citation needed] He has worked in Germany for companies such as Magmafilm, Erotic Planet and Videorama as well as others internationally. In 2001, he was hired by Wicked Pictures and began his international career, and he has since appeared in films by Marc Dorcel, Private Media Group and other production companies. Baron is currently one of the most successful actors of German origin on the international stage.[1] He also participates in the Podcast-Radioshow "Radio Brennt" show "Popstars ask pop stars".[citation needed]

Awards and Honors[edit]

Selected filmography[edit]

Title Year Role[clarification needed] Notes
Antichrist 2009 "He" - Willem Dafoe's body double
Casino – No Limit 2008 Herve Bodilis
Cassandras Blutige Lust 2003 Raoul
X-Girls 2007 Curtis Andrews
Depavity 2006 Francesco Fanelli
Die 8. Sünde 2003 Moli Alain Payet
El Divino Dante 2003 Italian
Euro Perversions 2004 Andrea Di Angelo
Frau Doktor 1998 Ärztin aus Leidenschaft
Junge Debütantinnen 19: Deutsche Debütantinnen - Hart & herzlich 2001 Harry S. Morgan
L'affaire Katsumi 2003 Alain Payet
Madame 2005 Jörn Wolf
Millionaire 2004 Alessandro del Mar
Neon - A Private Club 2001 Stuart Canterbury
No Limit 2004 J. J. Mezori
Paris Pickups 2002 Stuart Canterbury
Pornopoker 2004 Marc Dorcel
Private Tropical 20: Caribbean Dream 2006 Alessandro del Mar
Robinson Crusoe on Sin Island 2004 Marc Dorcel
Teeny Exzesse 68 - Kesse Bienen 2002 Harry S. Morgan

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ a b Silke Wichert (24 April 2004). "Das gehört zum Berufsrisiko". DIE WELT. Retrieved 11 August 2015. 

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