|Born||Jeffrey Dion Bruton|
April 24, 1966
Falls Church, Virginia
|Other names||J. Steele|
Ty Fox (born Jeffrey Dion Bruton on April 24, 1966) is an American pornographic actor (porn star) who appears in gay and bisexual pornographic movies. He has also performed under the name J. Steele during his early film career. Bruton was a physical education teacher at Farmwell Middle School and high school football and wrestling coach at Park View High School in Sterling, Virginia. Upon discovery of his adult film career, Bruton was forced to resign his position and surrender his teaching credentials.
Awards and nominations[edit | edit source]
- 1994 Grabby Awards winner of Best Actor (tied with Zak Spears).
- 1996 Men in Video Awards (Probe) winner of Hottest Hardbody.
Partial videography[edit | edit source]
Gay[edit | edit source]
- The Best Of Ty Fox (Catalina Video, 1996)
- Come And Get It (Catalina Video, 1995)
- Down On It (Catalina Video)
- Muscle Men Moving Company 2 (Big Blue Productions)
- Hawaiian Illustrated/Hawaiian Lei (All Worlds Video)
- WhiteFire (All Worlds Video)
- Cream of the Crop (Catalina Video)
- Playing With Fire 1 (All Worlds Video)
Bisexual[edit | edit source]
- Best Bi Far #4
- Revenge of the Bi-Dolls
See also[edit | edit source]
- List of pornographic movie studios
- List of Grabby recipients
- List of male performers in gay porn films
References[edit | edit source]
- IAFD (2007-07-20). "Biography for Ty Fox". IAFD. Retrieved 2007-07-20.
- Benning, Victoria, Loudoun Coach Allegedly Starred in Sex Videos, Washington Post, 19 July 1996. Retrieved 9 August 2016.
- Krupat, Kitty and Patrick McCreery, Editors, Out at Work: Building a Gay-Labor Alliance, University of Minnesota Press (2001). ISBN 0-8166-3740-7.
- "1991-1997 Grabby Awards listings". Grabbys. Archived from the original on June 4, 2004.
- Doug Lawrence, ed. (November 1998). Adam Gay Video Directory 1999. Los Angeles, California: Knight Publishing Corp.
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