Eddie Stone

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Eddie Stone is a Canadian gay pornographic actor (porn star) from Montreal, Quebec. Stone was discovered while go-go dancing in a nightclub in Los Angeles, California. In 2003, after appearing on Chi Chi LaRue's internet sex site Live And Raw, Eddie signed an exclusive contract with her studio, Rascal Video.[1] He starred in fourteen movies for Rascal from 2003–2005, most notably When in Rome, Stone Fox, Eddie Stone's Private Screening, Set in Stone, Master of the House, and Little Big League 2: Second Inning, which he also wrote. A GayVN and Grabby nominated screenwriter, Stone also penned Sharp & Unknown: Ghost of a Chance for Rascal Video.[2]

During his time with Rascal, he appeared on the cover of several gay porn magazines: XXXShowcase, [2], the limited edition Rascal magazine, and Unzipped. He also appeared in the erotic coffeetable book Warning! [3]

In 2004, he embarked on a European tour to promote the Live And Raw book, visiting eight cities, including Berlin, Paris, Vienna, and Zurich. He has traveled coast to coast doing live appearances and has been interviewed in magazines, on Jason Sechrest's "The Young & the Curious" radio show, and on QTV. Eddie Stone's porn fame and good looks have led to mainstream modeling jobs for magazines such as GQ, i-D (London), and Paper (New York City).

A sensfirm dildo has been cast from Stone's penis. In 2005, he won the "Best Newcomer" award at the Adult Video News GAYVN Awards [4](March) and at the Grabby Awards (May). No longer with Rascal, but with no plans of retiring, Eddie Stone was, and still is, one of Chi Chi LaRue's most popular exclusive performers.

Eddie's real name is Patrick Marano.[5] He was previously the midday host on the world's first gay and lesbian commercial radio station, 103.9 Proud FM in Toronto, Ontario.

He is married to journalist Shaun Proulx.[5]

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Awards
Preceded by
Jason Ridge
GayVN Awards for Best Newcomer
2005
Succeeded by
Roman Heart

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