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Joey Stefano


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Joey Stefano (born Nicholas Anthony Iacona Jr.; January 1, 1968 – November 21, 1994) was an American pornographic actor who appeared in gaypornographic films.

American gay pornographic actor (1968-1994)
Joey Stefano
Nicholas Anthony Iacona Jr.

(1968-01-01)January 1, 1968

Died November 21, 1994(1994-11-21) (aged 26)

Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)

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Born Nicholas Anthony Iacona Jr., Stefano grew up in Chester, Pennsylvania. His father, Nicholas, Sr., was a union painter who died of colon cancer when Stefano was 15.[1] After the death of his father, Stefano began using drugs and was eventually sent to rehab for six months. After rehab, he tried to become a model and built a portfolio. In 1989, he met a gay porn actor named Tony Davis who helped him enter into the gay adult film industry.[1]

Stefano’s adult film career took off after meeting Chi Chi LaRue during a trip to Los Angeles.[1] Stefano’s looks were well received and his persona as a “hungry bottom” (sexually submissive but verbally demanding) contributed to his popularity.[2] His image and success caught the attention of Madonna, who used him as a model in her 1992 book Sex. While he was a popular performer, Stefano’s family had no idea he was gay nor were they aware that he was performing in adult films. According to Stefano’s older sister Linda, he told the family that he was a male model. She later found out about his real occupation but did not inform their mother.[1]

During his lifetime, he was the subject of rumors regarding his relationships with prominent entertainment industry figures who were known to be gay. At a May 1990 dinner and interview with Jess Cagle (Entertainment Weekly) and Rick X (host of Manhattan Cable TV’s The Closet Case Show), Stefano discussed an alleged series of “dates” with David Geffen, who at one point implored Stefano to quit using drugs.[3][4] After the videotaped interview appeared on Rick X’s show, OutWeek Magazineouted” Geffen,[5] who went on to announce his homosexuality at an AIDS fundraiser.[6]

Stefano danced at the Gaiety Theatre, New York (male burlesque) in the late 1980s and early 1990s. He was one of the more famous Gaiety dancers (and porn stars), having been featured in Madonna’s Sex book in 1992, as well as having a biography written about him by Charles Isherwood, Wonder Bread and Ecstasy, that touches on his life as an erotic dancer at the Gaiety.[7]

Over the course of his five-year career, Stefano appeared in 58 gay adult films, and two music videos with Madonna. Despite his success, Stefano did not save his earnings and relapsed into drug and alcohol abuse.[1] Contrary to popular rumor he was never officially diagnosed as HIV+ by any medical professionals (MD’s).[8]

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