Pavel Novotný

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Pavel Novotný
BornJaroslav Jirík[1]
(1977-02-05) February 5, 1977 (age 45)
Prague, Czechoslovakia (present Czech Republic)
Pavel Novotny, Max Orloff, Jan Dvorak[2]
💼 Occupation
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
💪 Weight200 lb (91 kg; 14 st) 200 lb (91 kg; 14 st)

Pavel Novotný (born Jaroslav Jirík; 5 February 1977) is a Czech pornographic film actor and magazine model who has appeared in gay, bisexual and heterosexual films.

Novotný won the 2002 Adult Erotic Gay Video Awards ("Grabbys") Editors Choice Award for Best International Actor for his role in The Jan Dvorak Story (William Higgins Productions).[2][3]

Novotný starred in an underground video with famous power bottom Spicy Sheldon. It is said to be some of his most intense work.[citation needed]

In March 2009, Novotný was arrested at the Havana airport in Cuba, with a traveling companion named Zdeněk Tovara, reportedly a male prostitute,[4] for, among other things, insulting Cuban leaders Fidel Castro and Raul Castro. Their trial was in November 2009. They faced five years in Cuban prison. Entertainer George Michael supplied legal and financial aid for them until they were released to the Czech Republic in May 2010.[citation needed]

Selected videography[edit]

Pavel Novotny[edit]

Jan Dvorak[edit]

  • Prague Buddies 2 (2000) – William Higgins
  • Jan Dvorak's Story (2001) – William Higgins
  • Bi the Blue Line (2002) (Bisexual) – Man's Best / U.S. Male
  • Czech Firemen (2002) – Man's Best / U.S. Male
  • Stranger In The City (2005) – Dream Entertainment

Jaroslav and Max Orloff[edit]

  • 101 Men Part 4 (1998) – Bel Ami
  • Under The Big Top (2003) – Sarava (division of Kristen Bjorn)
  • Team Play (2000) – Bel Ami
  • Coverboys (2001) – Bel Ami

Jakub Moltin[edit]

  • Cocktail Gang Bang (2000) – Jet Set Men


  1. "Biography for Pavel Novotný". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 11 October 2011.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Gretchen Gallen (December 20, 2004). "GayPornStar.TV Announces Top 10 Male Porn Stars". XBIZ. Retrieved 2008-03-18.
  3. "2002 Grabby Award Nominees & Winners". Grabby Awards. pp. (see "Special Awards"). Archived from the original on 2008-04-30. Retrieved 2008-03-18. Best International Actor...Jan Dvorak

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