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Casey Donovan (Adult Actor)
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Adult Actor
    (November 2, 1943-August 10, 1987)
    Born in East Bloomfield, New York
    Birth name was John Calvin Culver
    Male model and adult actor
    Appeared in the films ‘Boys in the Sand’ (1971), ‘Score’ (1974), ‘The Opening of Misty Beethoven’ (1976), ‘L.A. Tool & Die’ (1979) and ‘Boys in the Sand II’ (1986)
    Appeared on Broadway in ‘Brave’ (1970), ‘Captain Brassbound’s Conversion’ (1972) and ‘The Ritz’ (1983)
    Wrote the advice column ‘Ask Casey’ for ‘Stallion’ magazine
    Died from an AIDS-related pulmonary infection
    He was fired from teaching Latin at a private school after getting into an altercation with one of the students (according to rumor, the daughter of actor Eli Wallach.
    His attempts to parlay his adult film notoriety into a mainstream acting career failed.
    He lost modeling gigs as agencies realized that model Calvin Culver and adult actor Casey Donovan were the same person.
    He worked as a high-priced escort.
    He claimed to have conducted a two-month long affair with Christopher Reeve, who called it off after learning about Donovan’s career in porn.
    He earned $60 an hour as a Wilhelmina model.
    Ingrid Bergman, who appeared with him in ‘Captain Brassbound’s Conversion,’ said he had ‘the same kind and as much charisma as Robert Redford.’
    He was a popular celebrity guide on gay-themed tours.
    As early as 1982, he advised readers of his column to take steps to lower their risk of contracting AIDS, such as reducing their number of sex partners.

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