Tommy Pistol

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Tommy Pistol
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Tommy Pistol at the XBIZ Awards in Century City, California on January 11, 2013
Aramis Sartorio[1]

(1976-07-02) July 2, 1976 (age 44)
Queens, New York, United States
Other namesDJ Tommy Pistol
Height5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Spouse(s)Gia Paloma (2007-2013)[citation needed]

Tommy Pistol (born July 2, 1976) is the stage name of American adult film actor and director Aramis Sartorio. He is known for his porn parody work, most notably as the lead actor Evil Head, Pee-Wee's XXX Adventure: A Porn Parody, Taxi Driver, and Suicide Squad: An Axel Braun Parody


Sartorio started his career in Queens NY as a stage actor with sketch comedy group, Cheese Theater, with whom he acted for more than a decade.[2] He also appeared in several short and feature films.[2]

He entered the pornography business in late 2005,[2] after meeting with Joanna Angel, founder of alt porn company, Burning Angel. This meeting led to Pistol being the first male performer on[citation needed] Angel was also responsible for choosing the moniker Tommy Pistol, after nixing Pistol's original idea of A-Mac. In 2010, Pistol (as Aramis Sartorio) wrote, directed and had the title role in the independent horror-comedy film The Gruesome Death of Tommy Pistol.[2] Pistol continued to direct and in 2013, he directed the feature horror-porn, Beyond Fucked: A Zombie Odyssey. In 2014, Pistol won AVN's Best Actor Award for his role as Ash Williams in Burning Angel's "Evil Head", the porn parody of the Evil Dead franchise. Pistol went on to star as the Joker in Axel Braun's Suicide Squad: An Axel Braun Parody, and other lead roles, including his 2018 AVN Best Actor Win for Ingenue.

In 2015, Pistol became the first male performer in 20 years to host the annual AVN Awards in Las Vegas, NV, along with Alexis Texas.[3]

Pistol, as Aramis Sartorio, has made several appearances in independent films, including Bethany, Jurassic City, and the lead role in Frankie In Blunderland. Since 2016, Sartorio has participated in the annual WIH Massive Blood Drive PSA, a collaboration between the international grassroots initiative, Women In Horror Month and Twisted Twin Productions.

Pistol has enjoyed mainstream recognition when his minor role as 'The Cook' in's Tatas Under Siege: An XXX Parody went viral on Twitter. Pistol has also been featured on,, and most recently,[4] as a tweet mocking Donald Trump was liked by his daughter, Ivanka Trump.


Sartorio was once a singer for the metalcore band AmoreA.[citation needed] He also performed as DJ Tommy Pistol on for the soundtrack of his film The Gruesome Death Of Tommy Pistol.

Personal life[edit]

Sartorio was born in Queens, New York.[2]


  • 2006 AVN Award – Most Outrageous Sex Scene (Re-Penetrator) with Joanna Angel[citation needed]
  • 2007 AVN Award – Best New Male Performer[citation needed]
  • 2012 XBIZ Award – Male Acting Performance of the Year-Male (Taxi Driver XXX)[5]
  • 2014 XBIZ Award – Best Supporting Actor (The Temptation of Eve)[6]
  • 2014 AVN Award – Best Actor (Evil Head)[citation needed]
  • 2015 XBIZ Award – Best Actor – Parody Release (Not the Jersey Boys XXX)[7]
  • 2015 XBIZ Award – Best Scene – Parody Release (American Hustle XXX) with Aaliyah Love[7]
  • 2016 XBIZ Award – Best Actor – Couples-Themed Release (Wild Inside)[8]
  • 2017 XBIZ Award – Best Actor – Parody Release (Suicide Squad XXX: An Axel Braun Parody[8]
  • 2019 XBIZ Award – Best Actor – Feature Movie (Anne: A Taboo Parody (PureTaboo/Gamma Films))[9]
  • 2019 XBIZ Award – Best Actor – Couples-Themed Release (The Weight of Infidelity (PureTaboo/Gamma Films))[9]
  • 2020 AVN Award – Best Supporting ActorThe Gang Makes a Porno: A DP XXX Parody[10]

Partial filmography[edit]


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  2. ^ a b c d e Mark Kernes (April 2013). ""Too Hard To Die", AVN, Vol. 30/No. 4, Issue 364, p. 24".
  3. ^ "Carmen Caliente, Jillian Janson Named 2015 AVN Awards Trophy Girls New performers selected via social media for coveted honor". Adult Video News. Retrieved 11 November 2014.
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  5. ^ XBIZ Award Past Winners, XBIZ, January, 2014
  6. ^ XBIZ Award Winners 2014, XBIZ, January, 2014
  7. ^ a b XBIZ Award Winners, XBIZ, January, 2015
  8. ^ a b XBIZ Award Winners, XBIZ, January, 2016
  9. ^ a b XBIZ Award Winners, XBIZ, January, 2019
  10. ^ "2020 AVN Award Winners Announced". AVN. 25 January 2020. Retrieved 28 January 2020.

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