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Adult Actor
    (December 1, 1970- )
    Born in San Jose, California
    Appeared in at least 15 gay porn films under the names Pierre LaBranche and Rod Majors
    Titles include 'Montreal Men' (1993), 'Lunch Hour 2: Sweating Grease' (1994), 'Jawbreaker' (1995) and 'Bi Conflict' (1995)
    Served in the Marine Corps Reserve (2003)
    Placed on inactive reserve (2005)
    Attended Columbia University (2005- )
    Appeared on FoxNews programs 'Hannity and Colmes' and 'The O'Reilly Factor' to complain about the treatment of military veterans at liberal colleges
    Received the Jeanne Kirkpatrick Academic Freedom Award from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC, March 2, 2007)
    He received his Academic Freedom Award at the same CPAC event where Ann Coulter called John Edwards a faggot.
    He admitted working as a male escort to Alan Colmes (March 9, 2007).
    He quickly backtracked, making another appearance on Colmes' show to deny ever being a male escort (March 30, 1997).
    Colmes' producers had gotten in touch with him by calling the number in an ad in 'The New York Blade' offering 'massage' services.
    Although he has claimed otherwise, he is not a licensed massage therapist.
    He cites his appearance in 'Bi Conflict' as proof that not all his adult film work was in gay porn; however, all his scenes in that film are man-on-man.
    The Marine Corps Times reported that he was being investigated for fraudulently soliciting funds from The United War Veteran's Council (April 1, 2007).
    A member of Columbia's International Socialist Organization reportedly called him a baby-killer.
    His days as a conservative icon were short-lived.
    Discussing 'Montreal Men,' he said he was the solution to Quebec's shortage of tops.
    He remained a student at Columbia.

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