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Robert Kerman
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Adult Actor
    (December 16, 1947- )
    Born in Brooklyn, New York
    As R. Bolla, appeared in over 100 adult films including ‘Anyone But My Husband’ (1975), ‘Blow Dry’ (1976), ‘Debbie Does Dallas’ (1978), ‘Inside Seka’ (1980), ‘Amanda By Night’ (1981), ‘Debbie Does Dallas Part II’ (1981), ‘The Devil in Miss Jones Part II’ (1982), ‘Liquid A$$ets’ (1984), ‘Hot Blooded’ (1985) and ‘Corporate Assets’ (1987)
    Under his own name, appeared in the films ‘The Goodbye Girl’ (1977), ‘The Concorde… Airport ‘79’ (1979), ‘Cannibal Holocaust’ (1980), ‘Eaten Alive!’ (1981), ‘Cannibal Ferox’ (1981), ‘Mission Hill’ (1982), ‘No Way Out’ (1987) and ‘Spider-Man’ (2002)
    Inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame (1988)
    He got his adult film screen name from a box of Bolla wine.
    His most prominent appearances in non-porn films were in a trio of Italian cannibal-themed exploitation movies.
    He regretted his porn career, saying ‘In retrospect I'm really sorry that I did it, because I probably ruined the best years of my life as an actor.’
    He snorted cocaine and heroin.
    He started doing adult films only after his mother died, since he felt it would have bothered her.
    He was the only actor in ‘Debbie Does Dallas’ to do Debbie.
    He tackled director Ruggero Deodato after discovering that the animal deaths in ‘Cannibal Holocaust’ were real.
    He was getting steady work as a character actor in movies and TV during the 80s until his agent dropped him because of his porn star past (1988), derailing his acting career for a decade.

Credit: C. Fishel


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