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Life and Career[edit | edit source]
Hudson works under the direction of Brian Mills, Joe Gage and Chi Chi La Rue and only starred in safe sex films performing as a bottom although in real life he classed himself as being versatile. He first entered the porn industry to be an advocate for Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF) to promote the use of condoms in the fight to reduce HIV infections amongst the gay community.
He appeared in his first film shoot in 2009 after appearing in the October 2009 issue of Men Magazine titled "Making His Mark" before experiencing medical problems. The actor was found by police and paramedics in his home in West Hollywood after suffering a grand mal seizure and rushed to Cedar Sinai Hospital in May 2010 where he was diagnosed with phycosis and irreversible schizophrenia.
Unlike the common misconception of porn actors and escorts Hudson is highly educated with a Marketing degree from London Metropolitan University and currently in the process of finishing a Juris Doctor at UNSW.
Award Nominations[edit | edit source]
Films[edit | edit source]
Adult[edit | edit source]
- 2009 - THR3 – The Hard Way, Produced by All Worlds Videos. C1R, Director Chi Chi LaRue.
- 2010 - Dust Devils, Produced by Titan Men, Director Brian Mills.
- 2010 - Scorched, Produced by Titan Men, Director Brian Mills.
- 2010 - Mohave Run, Produced by Titan Men, Director Joe Gage.
- 2011 - Get me Off, Produced by Falcon and Raging Stallion Studio, Director Mustang Studios.
- 2011 - Raising The Bar, Produced by All Worlds Videos, C1R, Director Chi Chi La Rue.
- 2013 - Hung, Produced by Titan Men, Director Brian Mills.
- 2013 - Steven Daigle Mega Stud, Produced by Channel 1 Releasing, Director Chi Chi LaRue.
- 2015 - Sunstroke, Produced by Titan Men, Director Brian Mills.
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