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Eric Edwards

Eric Edwards

Known For: Acting

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Eric Edwards (born Robert Everett on November 30, 1945) is an American pornographic actor, photographer, and director. Everett started in mainstream theater and transitioned into porn, starting in the early 1970s. Everett had a long career in the adult entertainment industry – over 40 years, making him the only actor in the world to appear in porn films in every decade since the porn industry started in the 1960s. Everett starred in and directed many films and photo shoots, including co-starring in the iconic film Debbie Does Dallas. He is a member of both the AVN and XRCO Halls of Fame. Bill Margold called Everett "one of the legends of the business" and "the Babe Ruth of porn."

Early Life

Robert Everett was born in Michigan. He was raised near Waco, Texas. He was studying theater at Baylor University in 1965 when he and a group of friends auditioned in Dallas, Texas to win scholarships to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Everett performed a scene from The Taming of the Shrew. Out of 24,000 people, Everett received three callbacks and was one of sixteen people selected. He left Baylor and moved to New York City to attend the Academy, a decision which he says "changed my life."After relocating to New York, he lived in an apartment in the Upper West Side. He met Kathie Fitch, who was also attending the Academy, in a movement class. They started dating. Fitch left the Academy, and eventually moved in with Everett. Everett graduated from the Academy in 1967 and that same year, the couple married in 1967 in Norwalk, Connecticut, near where Fitch's family lived. They acted together, performing in low budget plays throughout the country. They also experimented with drugs, using acid and LSD regularly.Eventually, they relocated to Los Angeles, where Everett signed a three-year contract with the William Morris Agency, acting in commercials for Colgate, Gillette and Coleco. When the contract ended, he struggled to get work Los Angeles, and Everett and Fitch returned to low budget theater. They moved to Norwalk, Connecticut, in 1971. The couple struggled to remain sexually compatible without the aid of drugs and they started swinging, which Everett credits with helping their relationship. Everett and Fitch had roles in the comedy, Is There Sex After Death?. It was the first time Everett went by a pseudonym, Robb Everett. The following year, in 1972, Everett starred in Boeing-Boeing, using the pseudonym that would be his adult film stage name: Eric Edwards.He would act steadily in summer stock and touring theatrical productions until the late 70s before deciding to pursue a career in porn full-time.

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