AVN Award for Best Actor
AVN award for contributions of actors to pornography
Tommy Pistol 2013.jpg
The 2022 Recipient: Tommy Pistol
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
Sponsored byAVN
LocationLas Vegas
CountryUSA
Presented byAVN Media Network
First awarded1984; 38 years ago (1984)
Last awarded2022
Most recent winnerTommy Pistol
Under the Veil (2022)
Highlights
Most awardsMike Horner, Randy Spears and Evan Stone
(5 awards)
Total awarded61
(38–for films,
23–for videos)
First winnerRichard Pacheco
Irresistible (1984)
Websiteavnawards.avn.com

The AVN Award for Best Actor is an award that has been given annually by sex industry company AVN since the award's inception in 1984.[1]

Till 2008, the award was awarded annually for two different categories–film and video. From year 2009, it is awarded annually for a single category.

First recipient of the award was Richard Pacheco, who was awarded at 1st AVN Awards in 1984 for his performance in Irresistible.[1] As of 2022, Mike Horner, Randy Spears and Evan Stone are the most honoured pornographic actors with five awards followed by Buck Adams, Steven St. Croix, Tom Byron and Tommy Pistol with four awards, Seth Gamble and Eric Edwards with three awards while five pornographic actors–Jon Dough, Dale DaBone, Brad Armstrong, Robert Bullock and James Bonn–have won the award two times. Steven St. Croix is the youngest recipient of the award at the age of 26. The most recent recipient is Tommy Pistol, who was honoured at the 39th AVN Awards in 2022 for his performance in Under the Veil.[2]

Winners and nominees

Mike Horner
Randy Spears
Evan Stone
Mike Horner (top), Randy Spears (middle) and Evan Stone (bottom) have been the most frequent winners of the award (five times).
Buck Adams
Steven St. Croix
Tom Byron
Tommy Pistol
From top to bottom: Buck Adams, Steven St. Croix, Tom Byron and Tommy Pistol have won the award four times each.
Eric Edwards
Seth Gamble
Eric Edwards (top) and Seth Gamble (bottom) have won the award three times each.
Jon Dough
Dale DaBone
Brad Armstrong
James Bonn
From top to bottom: Jon Dough, Dale DaBone, Brad Armstrong and James Bonn have won the award two times each.

NOTE: (f)ilm and (v)ideo were used as separate categories in most years prior to 2009.

1980s

Year Photo Winner Film/Video Nominees Ref(s)
1984
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Richard Pacheco Irresistible (f) [1]
1985
EricEdwards1978.jpg
Eric Edwards X Factor (f) [3]
1986
Harry Reems1.jpg
Harry Reems Trashy Lady (f) [4]
EricEdwards1978.jpg
Eric Edwards Dangerous Stuff (v)
1987
Mike Horner DSC 0004 cropped.JPG
Mike Horner Sexually Altered States (f) [5][6]
Buck Adams, February 2007.JPG
Buck Adams Rockey X (v)
1988
John Leslie 1999 AVN Awards.jpg
John Leslie Firestorm II (f) [7]
Robert Bullock Romeo and Juliet (v)
1989 Portrait of an Affair (f) [8][9]
Buck Adams, February 2007.JPG
Buck Adams Rockey X–The Final Round (v)

1990s

Year Photo Winner Film/Video Nominee(s) Ref(s)
1990 Jon Martin Cool Sheets (v) [10]
1991
Randy Spears DSC 0009 cropped.JPG
Randy Spears The Masseuse (f)
  • Jerry Butler, The Swap
  • Rick Savage, A Portrait of Christy
  • Wayne Summers, Radioactive
  • Randy West, Torrid Without a Cause 2
[11][12]
EricEdwards1978.jpg
Eric Edwards The Last X-Rated Movie, Part 1 (v)
1992
Buck Adams, February 2007.JPG
Buck Adams Roxy (f) [13]
Tom Byron DSC 0221 cropped.JPG
Tom Byron Sizzle (v) Joey Silvera, Indiscretions
1993
Mike Horner DSC 0004 cropped.JPG
Mike Horner The Seduction of Mary (f) Rocco Siffredi, Face Dance, Parts 1 & 2 [14][15][16][17]
Joey Silvera DSC 0517.JPG
Joey Silvera The Party (v) Tony Tedeschi, The Buttsizer
1994
Mike Horner DSC 0004 cropped.JPG
Mike Horner Justine: Noting To Hide 2 (f) [18][19][20][21]
Jonathan Morgan.JPG
Jonathan Morgan The Creasemaster (v)
1995
Buck Adams, February 2007.JPG
Buck Adams No Motive (f) [22][23][24]
Jasmine Byrne, Steven St. Croix at Corruption Party 2.crop.jpg
Steven St. Croix Chinatown (v)
1996
Mike Horner DSC 0004 cropped.JPG
Mike Horner Lessons in Love (f) [25][26][27]
Jon Dough 2005 AVN Expo.jpg
Jon Dough Latex (v)
1997
Jamie Gillis ces99121.jpg
Jamie Gillis Bobby Sox (f) [28][29][30][31]
Jon Dough 2005 AVN Expo.jpg
Jon Dough Shock (v)
1998
Jasmine Byrne, Steven St. Croix at Corruption Party 2.crop.jpg
Steven St. Croix Bad Wives (f) [32][33][34]
Tom Byron DSC 0221 cropped.JPG
Tom Byron Indigo Delta (v)
1999
James Bonn 1999 AVN Awards.crop.jpg
James Bonn Models (f) [35][36][37]
Michael J. Cox L.A. Uncovered (v)

2000s

Year Photo Winner Film/Video Nominees Ref(s)
2000
James Bonn 1999 AVN Awards.crop.jpg
James Bonn Chloe (f) [38][39][40]
Randy Spears DSC 0009 cropped.JPG
Randy Spears Double Feature! (v)
2001
Evan Stone, September 2006.JPG
Evan Stone Adrenaline (f) [41][42][43][44]
Unk, unk, Joel Lawrence at PSK 20070925 1.crop.jpg
Joel Lawrence Raw (v)
2002
Anthony Crane 2001.jpg
Anthony Crane Beast (f) [45][46][47][48]
Mike Horner DSC 0004 cropped.JPG
Mike Horner Euphoria (v)
2003
Brad Armstrong 2012.jpg
Brad Armstrong Falling From Grace (f) [49][50]
Dale DaBone 2010.jpg
Dale DaBone Betrayed By Beauty (v)
2004
Randy Spears DSC 0009 cropped.JPG
Randy Spears Heart of Darkness (f) [51][52]
Evan Stone, September 2006.JPG
Evan Stone Space Nuts (v)
2005
Jay Grdina at 2005 AEE Awards 1.jpg
Justin Sterling The Masseuse (f) [53][54][55]
Barrett Blade 2010.jpg
Barrett Blade Loaded (v)
2006
Randy Spears DSC 0009 cropped.JPG
Randy Spears Eternity (f) [56][57]
Evan Stone, September 2006.JPG
Evan Stone Pirates (v)
2007
Randy Spears DSC 0009 cropped.JPG
Randy Spears Manhunters (f) [58][59][60]
Evan Stone, September 2006.JPG
Evan Stone Sex Pix (v)
2008
Tom Byron DSC 0221 cropped.JPG
Tom Byron Layout (f) [61][62]
Brad Armstrong 2012.jpg
Brad Armstrong Coming Home (v)
2009
Evan Stone, September 2006.JPG
Evan Stone Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge [63][64]

2010s

Year Photo Winner Film Nominees Ref(s)
2010
Eric Swiss 2010.jpg
Eric Swiss Not Married With Children XXX [65][66]
2011
Tom Byron DSC 0221 cropped.JPG
Tom Byron The Big Lebowski: A XXX Parody
  • Brad Armstrong, 4Some
  • Paul Chaplin, BatfXXX: Dark Night Parody
  • Cheyne Collins, The Vampire Sex Diaries
  • Dane Cross, 3 Days in June
  • Dale DaBone, Batman XXX: A Porn Parody
  • Chad Diamond, This Ain't Glee XXX
  • Ben English, The Condemned
  • Tommy Gunn, Rawhide 2: Dirty Deeds
  • Jack Lawrence, Reno 911: A XXX Parody
  • Mr. Marcus, Savanna's Been Blackmaled 2
  • Tommy Pistol, Joanna's Angels 3
  • Rock: The Icon, Fatally Obsessed
[67][68]
2012
Dale DaBone 2010.jpg
Dale DaBone Elvis XXX: A Porn Parody
  • James Bartholet, Saw: A Hardcore Parody
  • Barrett Blade, Killer Bodies
  • Tom Byron, Runaway
  • Xander Corvus, Lost and Found
  • Ryan Driller, Superman XXX: A Porn Parody
  • Ben English, Official The Silence of the Lambs Parody
  • Seth Gamble, Saturday Night Fever XXX: An Exquisite Films Parody
  • Jack Lawrence, Anchorman: A XXX Parody
  • Ryan McLane, Official Psycho Parody
  • Tommy Pistol, Taxi Driver: A XXX Parody
  • Anthony Rosano, Rocky XXX: A Parody Thriller!
  • Randy Spears, The Orgasm
  • Evan Stone, This Ain’t Ghostbusters XXX 3D
  • Mac Turner, The Rocki Whore Picture Show: A Hardcore Parody
[69][70]
2013
Jasmine Byrne, Steven St. Croix at Corruption Party 2.crop.jpg
Steven St. Croix Torn [71][72]
2014
Tommy Pistol 2013.jpg
Tommy Pistol Evil Head [73][74]
2015
Jasmine Byrne, Steven St. Croix at Corruption Party 2.crop.jpg
Steven St. Croix Wetwork
  • Seth Gamble, Cinderella XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Billy Glide, Silhouette
  • Tommy Gunn, American Hustle XXX Porn Parody
  • Kurt Lockwood, 24 XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Brendon Miller, Thor XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Tyler Nixon, Aftermath
  • Logan Pierce, Shades of Kink 2
  • Tommy Pistol, Austin Powers XXX: A Porn Parody
  • Alan Stafford, These Things We Do
  • Jeremy Steele, The Manson Family XXX
  • Kyle Stone, Owner Gets Clipped
  • Michael Vegas, Switch
[75][76]
2016
Tommy Pistol 2013.jpg
Tommy Pistol Stryker
  • Richie Calhoun, The Submission of Emma Marx: Boundaries
  • Danny D, The Doctor
  • James Deen, Stockholm Syndrome
  • Ryan Driller, Marriage 2.0
  • Erik Everhard, Broken Vows
  • Giovanni Francesco, Batman v Superman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Seth Gamble, Brothers & Sisters
  • Danny Mountain, Lock and Load
  • Tyler Nixon, Housemates 2
  • Derrick Pierce, Magic Mike XXXL: A Hardcore Parody
  • Toni Ribas, Bullet to the Top
  • Ryan Ryder, Peter Pan XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Michael Vegas, Shades of Kink 4
  • Chad White, Waiting on Love
[77][78]
2017
Xander Corvus 2014.jpg
Xander Corvus The Preacher's Daughter
  • Richie Calhoun, The Submission of Emma Marx: Exposed
  • Danny D, Sherlock: A XXX Parody
  • Ryan Driller, True Detective: A XXX Parody
  • Steve Holmes, The One I Lust
  • Marcus London, Devil Inside
  • Ryan McLane, Win a Date With Sophia Blake
  • Tyler Nixon, This Ain’t Fallout XXX
  • Tommy Pistol, Suicide Squad XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Ryan Ryder, Storm of Kings: XXX Parody
  • Steven St. Croix, Color Blind
  • Evan Stone, The Donald
  • Nacho Vidal, Outland: Beyond the Far West
  • Chad White, The Marine
  • Aaron Wilcoxxx, Fragment of Love
[79][80]
2018
Tommy Pistol 2013.jpg
Tommy Pistol Ingenue [81][82]
2019
Seth Gamble 2012.jpg
Seth Gamble Deadpool XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Brad Armstrong, The Cursed XXX
  • Johnny Castle, The Finisher: A DP XXX Parody
  • Xander Corvus, Xander's World Tour
  • Danny D, NeverMore
  • James Deen, Starfucked
  • Ryan Driller, The Seduction of Heidi
  • Robby Echo, Hand Solo: A DP XXX Parody
  • Small Hands, A Trailer Park Taboo
  • Steve Holmes, Dirty Grandpa
  • Ryan McLane, Cursed
  • Derrick Pierce, Second First Date
  • Logan Pierce, Love in the Digital Age
  • Tommy Pistol, Anne: A Taboo Parody
  • Michael Vegas, How I Fucked Your Mother: A XXX Parody
[83][84]

2020s

Year Photo Winner Film Nominees Ref(s)
2020
Seth Gamble 2012.jpg
Seth Gamble Perspective
  • Danny D, Uninvited
  • Damon Dice, My Husband’s Boss: The Power Position
  • Tommy Gunn, What We Do for Money
  • Small Hands, Love Song
  • Keiran Lee, A Night of Reckoning
  • Ryan Mclane, Upon Further Reflection
  • Tyler Nixon, Honeymoon
  • Michael Vegas, Forbidden Affairs 10: My Fiancée’s Brother
  • Zac Wild, The Gentleman
[85][86]
2021 A Killer on the Loose
  • Nathan Bronson, My Sinful Valentine
  • Danny D, No Mercy for Mankind
  • Quinton James, The Seductress
  • Ryan Mclane, Pushing Boundaries
  • Tyler Nixon, Don't Say a Word
  • Derrick Pierce, Primary
  • Tommy Pistol, iLove
  • Michael Vegas, Out With a Bang
  • Chad White, Who's Your Daddy?
[87][88]
2022
Tommy Pistol 2013.jpg
Tommy Pistol Under the Veil
  • Mick Blue, Tell Her
  • Dante Colle, Casey: A True Story
  • Xander Corvus, Survive the Night
  • Duke Daybreak, Ink Motel 3
  • Quinton James, Toxic
  • Seth Gamble, Gods & Sinners
  • Small Hands, Succubus
  • Scott Nails, Kill Code 87
  • Derrick Pierce, Primary Season 2
[2][89]

Superlatives

Superlative Actor Record
Actor with most awards Mike Horner, Randy Spears and Evan Stone 5
Oldest winner Jamie Gillis 53
Youngest winner Steven St. Croix 26

Multiple winners

Wins Actor
5 Mike Horner
Randy Spears
Evan Stone
4 Buck Adams
Steven St. Croix
Tom Byron
Tommy Pistol
3 Eric Edwards
Seth Gamble
2 Jon Dough
Dale DaBone
Brad Armstrong
Robert Bullock
James Bonn

See also

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