Married With Porn

Brent Everett's life is straight out of a gay fantasy

Brent Everett
Brent Everett

“My mom is my biggest fan,” says porn star Brent Everett. He is only slightly exaggerating.

”My mom and dad were actually the first two parents to show up ever at a GAYVN Awards ceremony,” he says. ”I couldn’t have asked for better parents for sure.” Throw in an even more supportive spouse – who doubles as his manager – and you’ve got the makings of a life straight out of a gay fantasy.

Everett, 25, got into porn seven years ago, at the urging of his then-boyfriend. ”I wasn’t too interested at the time, but it was something he really wanted to do, so I tagged along,” he says. He’s not sure if his ex is still making porn – they fell out of contact years ago – but the boyish, well-hung Everett has become one of the industry’s most popular performers, a regular at award shows and repeatedly ranked at the top of online porn popularity contests. His five-year-old eponymous website is currently up for several Cybersocket Web Awards, winning last year for ”Best Live XXX Show.”

Asked how he balances his work with his relationship, Everett responds, ”It takes a lot of trust.” Together for over three years, the Canadian-born Everett and Steve Pena were married last fall in San Diego and Vancouver.

”[Steve] helps out with everything – he’s my manager and business partner,” says Everett. ”We’re a team. You might catch [his] hand or mouth on my website. He helps out sometimes for my [online] live shows.” But aside from a little fluffing, Pena doesn’t do porn – at least not yet. ”No, no. Not yet,” says Everett. ”He’s a lot more shy in front of the camera. But he’s a little freak behind the camera, that’s for sure.”

Pena goes wherever Everett goes, including a stop this Saturday, Nov. 14, at Town.

”I’m really looking forward to it,” says Everett, who plans to help celebrate the recent birthdays of both his husband as well as the night’s DJ, Jason Royce. ”Jason is a good friend of ours. It’s going to be lots of fun.”

Brent Everett appears Saturday, Nov. 14, at Town Danceboutique, 2009 8th St. NW. Doors at 9 p.m. Cover is $8 before 11 p.m., $12 after. Call 202-234-TOWN or visit towndc.com or brenteverett.com.

Doug Rule is a theater critic and contributing editor for Metro Weekly.

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