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Ron Jeremy - The "HARDEST" Working Man in Show Business

"I love Portland. Every time I am there, I am struck by how accepting people are of others’ sexual diversities. When we began to brainstorm Club Sesso, I immediately wanted to have Portland as our first location. I have enjoyed an amazing career solely due to the fact I was allowed my sexual freedom. I want to give other people the chance to enjoy their sexual freedom in a high-energy nightclub environment that is upscale and fun."

 

Nicknamed “The Hedgehog” for his spherical hirsuteness; Ron was ranked #1 on the AVN Magazine “100 Top Porn Stars of All Time” list. Jeremy has also appeared in non-pornographic films with studios such as Troma Entertainment.

A porn industry icon, Jeremy’s audience has always identified with him because of his average looks and humble personality. Jeremy has starred in over 1700 films, directed 250 and become porn’s biggest ambassador to the mainstream over the last 20 years. He has appeared in 60 mainstream films, was a consultant on Boogie Nights and 9 1/2 Weeks, has appeared in 14 music videos, VH1’s Surreal Life and starred in the critically acclaimed Pornstar: The Legend of Ron Jeremy and Being Ron Jeremy.


Film

Outside the adult film industry, Jeremy worked as a "special consultant" for the 1986 film 9½ Weeks.[20] He also worked as a consultant on the 1997 film Boogie Nights – which chronicled the emergence of the fictional porn star Dirk Diggler (Mark Wahlberg, loosely based on the life of porn star and former co-worker of Jeremy's, John Holmes) – and the film The Chase, in which he has a small cameo as a news cameraman. He also appeared in the 1999 film The Boondock Saints, played a bartender in 2002's Spun, and also acted in 2003's cult film Zombiegeddon. He was an extra in Ghostbusters,[21] played a male strip-club announcer in Detroit Rock City, and had a cameo in the film Killing Zoe and in the porn spoof, Orgazmo. He has also appeared in a number of films released by Troma Entertainment, such as Terror Firmer The Toxic Avenger IV: Citizen Toxie and Poultrygeist.

He was also the subject of a feature-length biographical documentary, Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy, released in 2001 and widely distributed on DVD by mainstream retailers. Within that same year he is briefly seen on the Heavy Metal Band Fear Factory's DVD Digital Connectivity. In 2003, Jeremy appeared as himself in, and lent his name to, the comedy film Being Ron Jeremy, a parody of Being John Malkovich.Jeremy is a frequent interviewee in documentaries about the porn industry, or related subjects such as Fuck: A Fuckumentary.

In 2007, he appeared in the comedy film Finishing the Game as himself.

He also has a cameo in Crank: High Voltage, playing himself as a protester angry at the low salaries porn stars get. Jeremy once again appears as himself in the 2009 release One-Eyed Monster, a horror film parody predicated on the premise that an alien force takes over Jeremy's penis and begins killing people in the woods.[22][23] In an effort to uniquely promote the film, Ron Jeremy's penis started its own blog[24]and began to Twitter on April 2.[25]

 

Television

Jeremy appeared in the second season of The Surreal Life[26] during which, he developed a close friendship with Tammy Faye Bakker and the ninth season The Surreal Life: Fame Games,[27] in which he finished second to Traci Bingham on the season finale, which aired on 25 March 2007. Jeremy also appeared in a segment on Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show. He has also made appearances on Penn and Teller's Bullshit! in episodes regarding penis enlargement and circumcision. In 2005, he appeared on the UK reality TV show, The Farm.

Jeremy is also part of a running gag on ESPN's Jim Rome Is Burning and Premiere Radio Networks' The Jim Rome Show. Rome, who normally despises the porn industry, has a new-found respect[citation needed] for Jeremy for recording a program bumper saying, "This is Ron Jeremy, head coach of the Miami Heat, and you're watching Jim Rome Is Burning." The bumper is a reference to Jeremy's striking resemblance to former Miami Heat and current Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy.

Jeremy appeared in the Robot Chicken episode, "A Piece of the Action", which was voiced by Michael Benyaer. In this episode, he and several others parody The Surreal Life and Lord of the Rings. The segment lampoons his penis size by having his character unseat a knight on horseback using nothing but his erect penis. Jeremy appeared as himself in the 2001 Family Guy episode "Brian Does Hollywood", in which he is a presenter at the "Woody Awards" for which Brian Griffin is a nominee.

Comedian Kathy Griffin recently went on a date with him in the third season of her reality show, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List.

In 2003, Jeremy appeared on The Frank Skinner Show on British TV, and performed a duet ("I Got You Babe") with former Cabinet minister Mo Mowlam.[28]

Jeremy appeared on Chappelle's Show as himself in a spoof called "What if the internet was a real place?", in which he asks Dave Chappelle if he'd like to see some of his films.

Jeremy also appeared as a guest commentator on the Fox Network's late-night news and comedy talkshow Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld in 2007.

In 1999 David Syer appeared with Jeremy in the movie Felt but not seen. the movie was realised in South Australia and shot at a local radio station.

In the Super Karate Monkey Death Car episode of Newsradio, Jeremy can be seen sitting in the audience at Jimmy James's reading, along with Brian Posehn.

 

Music

Jeremy has appeared in fifteen music videos, more than any other pornographic actor. He appeared in videos by Sublime, Mercury Rev, Moby, Kid Rock, Everclear, Sam Kinison, Guns N' Roses, Mad Yellow Sun, Los Umbrellos, Rottweiler Hundar (Icelandic), the Radioactive Chickenheads, A Day To Remember, Escape The Fate and Necro. In addition, he released a rap single called "Freak Of The Week" which stayed on the Billboard charts for twenty-seven weeks; a music video for this was also produced.[6]

 

Video games

Ron Jeremy was featured as a playable character in the Celebrity Deathmatch video game; one of his famous fighting moves is an offscreen suggestion that he unzips his pants and proceeds to repeatedly beat Johnny Chavez across the face with his penis.

He also appears as a fairy in the game Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude, in which he gives tips and advice to the main character.

 

Video

Jeremy has recently begun to appear in a series of viral video spoofs for video sharing website Heavy.com. The videos lampooned include Britney Spears, lonelygirl15, Little Superstar and others.[29]

Ron Jeremy is the voice of himself in a viral video on Atom Films entitled "Titans of Justice". The video casts him, along with an entourage, as a porn star by day and superhero by night.[30]

Ron Jeremy also appeared in the music video of Trucks (a British/Norwegian pop punk band) song "It's Just Porn Mum". [31][citation needed]

Ron has also appeared in the viral video Porn Star Insurance [32] for The Glorious Internet.[citation needed]

Ron has also appeared on an episode of Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show, entitled "Pamous Movie Star".

In January of 2009, Jeremy appeared with David Faustino (Bud Bundy from Married with Children) in an episode of Faustino's show Star-ving, which airs on Crackle, as does the Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show.[33]

In June 2009, he made a brief appearance in the music video "10 Miles Wide" by Escape The Fate, along with Dennis Hof and other adult video performers.[34]

 

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As a further indication of his crossover celebrity status, Jeremy has posed in an advertisement for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals to raise awareness of the overpopulation of domesticated animals. In the poster, he lies partially nude on a bed, a pair of handcuffs on his wrists. Poking fun at his notoriety, the title of the advertisement exclaims, "Too much sex can be a bad thing. Spay and neuter your cats and dogs."[35]

 

Books

Jeremy released his memoir, titled Ron Jeremy: The Hardest (Working) Man in Showbiz, in February 2007.[36] The book was published by Harper Collins.[37]

 

Public speaking

In 2005, Jeremy made headlines when he was invited to address the Oxford Union. According to the Union’s librarian, Vladimir Bermant, "Ron is the biggest and apparently the best in the business, so I'm sure he'll have some fascinating stories to tell." His speech defending pornography was well-received.[38][39]

In 2006, Jeremy began a series of debates on pornography opposing Pastor Craig Gross, founder of anti-pornography website XXXchurch.com,[40] visiting various US and Canada college campuses as part of the "Porn Debate Tour".[41][42]

 

Information above and more courtesy of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ron_Jeremy


 

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