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Naked Fame (2004)

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Former Colt model and porn star Colton Ford left the skin flick business at 40 to return to a musical career along with his partner Blake Harper. This is is their story.


(as Chris Long, Christopher K. Long)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Colton Ford ...
Narrator / Himself - Gay adult film star / aspiring singer (as Glenn aka 'Colton Ford')
Chi Chi La Rue ...
Himself - Adult film director (as Larry aka 'ChiChi LaRue') (as ChiChi LaRue aka 'Larry')
Donna Mears ...
Herself - Glenn's mom (as Donna)
Ken Soukesian ...
Himself - Glenn's dad (as Ken)
Kyle Nevins ...
Himself - Songwriter / Former gay adult film star (as Kyle) (as Kyle Neven)
Blake Harper ...
Himself - Gay adult film star / Registered nurse (as Peter aka 'Blake Harper')
Scott Anderson ...
Himself - Musician / Dance music producer
Pepper Mashay ...
Herself - Dance music diva
Brett Henrichsen ...
Himself - Owner, Masterbeat music label (as Bret Henrichsen)
Ed Bailey ...
Himself - Club owner
Marc Berkley ...
Himself - Founder, HX Entertainment Magazine (as Mark Berkeley)
Mark Katz ...
Himself - Manager for Debra Cox
Amber ...
Herself - Dance music diva
Kevin Williams ...
Himself - Nervous Records
David Forest ...
Himself - Porn star agent / Ex-con


Former gay porn star Colton Ford has decided to get out of the porn business to follow his life long passion, music and being a professional singer. But, can he break away from his gay porn past, and achieve success in the mainstream music industry without the porn stigma holding him back? Director Christopher Long has crafted an unusual documentary by following Ford, his partner Blake Harper (who also wants to escape his porn career), and their interactions with a variety of professional music, club, and porn industry veterans. It's a bumpy ride, but hopefully a successful path to what Ford believes is his destiny. Written by trivwhiz

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The hard road from porn to pop. See more »


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Release Date:

1 May 2004 (USA)  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend:

$3,315 (USA) (18 February 2005)


$213,621 (USA) (22 July 2005)

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Marc Berkley is credited two different ways on screen, neither of them correct, first as Mark Berkeley, and second as Mark Berkley (thanks). See more »

Crazy Credits

Peter and Glenn threaten to quit the adult industry and leave the "Live and Raw" Hotel. Kyle is not happy. See more »


References Focal Length (1998) See more »


Performed by Colton Ford
Written by Scott Anderson, Kyle Neven, Colton Ford (as Glenn Soukesian)
Produced by Scott Anderson for Solar City Productions
Courtesy of HardSell Productions
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There are far more interesting things stuck to the bottom of your shoe
28 October 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

One of the worse gay-related movies I have ever seen. Since these are not characters in this story it's hard to comment on the actual film. Therefore, since Colton Ford (aka Glen) laid his life open for all to see, I guess he's fair game to criticize. And that's not hard to do. Here goes. 50 something Glen is a big time porn star who wants fame and fortune as a big time singer. (I guess 11 films makes him a "star") Being gay and forty, I have seen porno and I did not recognize him or his lover. Personally they all look the same to me with different hair styles. Face it, guys, he's no Jeff Stryker, Jim Bently or Casey Donovon. That's OK, though. The purpose of these films takes place in about 6.5 minutes, so they all pretty much have the same requirements, if you know what I mean.

So Glen wants to be a serious (legit) singer after he dumps the porno industry but he can't get anyone to take him seriously. I wonder why? Was he so stupid to think that he could whitewash taking his clothes off and having sex on film. And according to the film it's not just porn flicks he indulges in, it's living in a house with other "stars" where people can hook into their bedroom, the bathroom and where ever via webcams . It's 500 dollars an hour to entertain at a private party. Strip gigs at clothing optional "hotels". Doing something called meth which I presume is a drug. And then you have the balls to get angry when someone at a club gig tries to touch you ---- because he's "legit" now. Oy!

The only interesting, non-cardboard character is the Academy Award winning gay screen writer who wouldn't give his name. And considering this is a documentary, well, porn is as porn does. You can tell he's most amused by the dumb-bunny porn star.

Glen has one hyper-nellie manager (Kyle) who wants to "sell' him as a porno-participant in hopes of getting him gay-club gigs. He tries to do the Svengalli-routine. "Wear this" "Don't smile" "say this" in what amounts to controlling issues. But our anti-hero will not be controlled or told what to do. That's the first mistake. I'm not saying Kyle was right but if any budding singer starts questioning the manager, they're not going to get far. Kind of like: He who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client.

All of this wouldn't have been bad if it weren't for one small tiny bit of information. Drum roll, please. He's bad. He sucks. His singing talent ranks up there with Ashlee Simpson. It's hard to root for someone who -- while trying make his dream come true --- at 50! --- doesn't work like normal people. No job. Can you say lazy-ass? And the whining, and the "Why don't they accept me." song and dance. And after a few months of scraping the surface of the music industry, he spouts off, "Why don't I have a record deal by now." What? Actors are waiters. Writers work in low-level newspapers or mags -- whatever. This guy is above that. It's true. He wants his success now merely because he decided he wanted it. Whine. Whine Whine. His lover leaves him to return to nursing but I tell ya I wouldn't want that moron dispensing medical care to me. Both of them were useless. Airheads. The movie is useless. Unless you really like Whine and Cheeesy people stay away. Do not waste your money on the crappy lives of useless people, there are far more interesting things stuck to the bottom of your shoe.

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