Tiger Tyson

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Tiger Tyson
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Born (1977-05-20) May 20, 1977 (age 39)
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Weight 146 lb (66 kg; 10.4 st)
Website http://www.tigertyson.com

Tiger Tyson (born May 20, 1977) is an American gay pornographic film actor, model, and gay porn film director. He has also worked as a male escort and gogo dancer, and has appeared in numerous gay-themed publications. Tyson, who is of African American and Puerto Rican descent, is renowned for his large endowment and aggressive sexual style on camera.

Career[edit]

Tyson began a career in pornography at age 19 after serving fourteen months in prison for grand theft auto.[citation needed] Recruited by a friend and fellow dancer at a gay club, Tyson was introduced in the 1997 film Sweatin' Black with director Enrique Cruz.[1] Shortly thereafter Tyson starred in his breakthrough film, Tiger's Brooklyn Tails. After serving a stint as an actor for Latino Fan Club, Tyson left the porn industry in 1999, but quickly returned in 2000 to form his own production company, Tiger Tyson Productions. He announced his retirement in 2004, but again changed his mind after the success of Take 'Em Down.

Tyson was a co-founder of Pitbull Productions in 2003, and was its headlining star for years. He has appeared in dozens of pornographic films, and directed many others. He was inducted into the GayVN Hall of Fame in February 2008.[2]

He has insisted he would never bottom on film.[3]

Select videography[edit]

  • In The Heat (Pitbull Productions)
  • Sweatin' Black (LaMancha Video)
  • The Show, Parts 1 & 2 (Pitbull Productions)
  • Take 'em Down 1, 2, 3 & 4 (Pitbull Productions)
  • The Way You Like It (Tiger Tyson Productions)
  • Tiger's Brooklyn Tails (LaMancha Video)
  • Tiger Tyson's Eiffel Tower - Paris Is Mine (Pitbull Productions)
  • Tiger Tyson Secrets (Pitbull Productions)
  • Tiger Tyson Steel Curtain (Pitbull Productions)
  • Tiger Untamed (Latino Fan Club)
  • Tiger Tyson Strikes Back (Pitbull Productions)

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