AVN Award for Best Supporting Actor
AVN award for contributions of supporting actors to pornography
The 2021 Recipient: Xander Corvus
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
Sponsored byAVN
LocationLas Vegas
CountryUSA
Presented byAVN Media Network
First awarded1984; 37 years ago (1984)
Last awarded2021
Most recent winnerXander Corvus
The Summoning (2021)
Highlights
Most awardsRandy Spears
(7 awards)
Total awarded57
(37–for films,
20–for videos)
First winnerRichard Pacheco
Nothing to Hide (1984)
Websiteavnawards.avn.com

The AVN Award for Best Supporting 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 Nothing to Hide.[1] As of 2021, Randy Spears is the most honoured pornographic actor with seven awards followed by Xander Corvus with four awards, while three pornographic actors–Steven St. Croix, Tony Tedeschi and Tom Byron with three awards and nine pornographic actors–Richard Pacheco, Ron Jeremy, Jamie Gillis, Mike Horner, Jon Dough, Michael J. Cox, Wilde Oscar, Joey Silvera and Rick Savage–have won the award two times. Xander Corvus is the youngest recipient of the award at the age of 23. The most recent recipient is Xander Corvus, who was honoured at the 38th AVN Awards in 2021 for his performance in The Summoning.[2]

Key

Symbol Meaning
dagger Indicates that the winner won the award for two performances in that year

Winners and nominees

Randy Spears has been the most frequent winner of the award (seven times).
Randy Spears has been the most frequent winner of the award (seven times).
Xander Corvus has been the second most frequent winner of the award (four times).
Xander Corvus has been the second most frequent winner of the award (four times).
From top to bottom: Steven St. Croix, Tony Tedeschi and Tom Byron have won the award three times each.
From top to bottom: Jon Dough, Richard Pacheco, Ron Jeremy, Jamie Gillis, Mike Horner and Joey Silvera 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
Richard Pacheco Nothing to Hide (f)
[1]
1985
John Leslie Firestorm (f) [3]
1986
Ron Jeremy Candy Stripers II (f) [4]
1987
Joey Silvera She's So Fine (f) [5][6][7]
1988 Michael Gaunt Firestorm II (f)
[8][9][10]
1989
Jamie Gillis Pretty Peaches II (f) [11][12][13]
Richard Pacheco Sensual Escape (v)
  • Randy Paul, The Horneymooners
  • Rick Savage, Black Widow
  • Randy Spears, Case of the Sensuous Sinners
  • Ray Victory, Cat Woman

1990s

Year Photo Winner Film/Video Nominee(s) Ref(s)
1990 dagger Rick Savage The Erotic Adventures of Berman & Throbbin (f)
[14][15]
The Erotic Adventures of Berman & Throbbin (v)
1991 Jon Martin Pretty Peaches 3 (f) [16][17][18][19][20]
Ron Jeremy Playin' Dirty (v)
1992
Jon Dough Brandy And Alexander (f) T. T. Boy, Lethal Passion [21][22][23][24]
Mike Horner Bite (v) Jon Dough, Maddams Family
1993
Joey Silvera Face Dance (Parts 1 & 2) (f) Randy Spears, The Secret Garden 1 & 2 [25][26][27][28][29]
Tony Tedeschi Smeers (v)
1994 Steve Drake Whispered Lies (f) [30][31][32]
Randy Spears Haunted Nights (v)
1995
Jon Dough Sex (f) [33][34][35]
Jonathan Morgan The Face (v)
1996
Steven St. Croix Forever Young (f)
[36][37][38]
Alex Sanders Dear Dirty (v)
1997 dagger
Tony Tedeschi The Show (f) [39][40][41][42]
Silver Screen Confidential (v)
1998 Wilde Oscar Doin' the Ritz (f) [43][44][45]
Dave Hardman Texas Dildo Masquerade (v)
1999 Michael J. Cox Models (f) [46][47][48]
Jamie Gillis Forever Night (v)

2000s

Year Photo Winner Film/Video Nominees Ref(s)
2000 Michael J. Cox Seven Deadly Sins (f)
  • James Bonn, Three
  • Tyce Buné, The Awakening
  • Chris Cannon, Chloe
  • David Perry, Talent Scout
  • Herschel Savage, The Trophy
  • Tony Tedeschi, Things Change 3
[49][50][51]
Tom Byron L.A. 399 (v)
2001
Randy Spears Watchers (f) [52][53][54][55]
Wilde Oscar West Side (v)

Anthony Crane by Goddaughter 5

2002
Herschel Savage Taken (f)
  • James Bonn, Mafioso
  • Dale DaBone, Limbo
  • Gino Greco, Free Sex On Earth
[56][57][58][59]
Mike Horner Wild Thing (v)
2003
Mr. Marcus Paradise Lost (f) [60][61]
Randy Spears Hercules (v)
2004
Steven St. Croix Looking In (f) [62][63]
Randy Spears Space Nuts (v)
2005
Rod Fontana The 8th Sin (f) [64][65][66]
Randy Spears Fluff and Fold (v)
2006 Dark Side (f) [67][68]
Tommy Gunn Pirates (v)
2007
Kurt Lockwood To Die For (f) [69][70][71]
Manuel Ferrara She Bangs (v)
2008
Randy Spears Flasher (f)
  • Tyce Bune, Layout
  • Chris Cannon, Sex & Violins:
  • Steven St. Croix, The Fashion Underground
  • Evan Stone, Debbie Does Dallas... Again
  • Trent Tesoro, Sex & Violins
[72][73][74]
Barrett Blade Coming Home (v)
2009
Ben English Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge [75][76]

2010s

Year Photo Winner Film Nominees Ref(s)
2010
Tom Byron Throat: A Cautionary Tale
  • Brad Armstrong, Hush
  • Dane Cross, The Office: A XXX Parody
  • Tony DeSergio, This Ain't Star Trek XXX
  • Shane Diesel, Scrubs: A XXX Parody
  • Tommy Gunn, This Ain't Happy Days XXX
  • Tyler Knight, The 8th Day
  • Marcus London, 2040
  • Jake Malone, Pure
  • Nick Manning, The Pinch
  • Pike Nelson, 70's Show: A XXX Parody
  • Herschel Savage, Heaven
  • Randy Spears, 2040
  • Evan Stone, Friends: A XXX Parody
  • Trent Treasure, Throat: A Cautionary Tale
[77][78]
2011
Evan Stone Batman XXX: A Porn Parody
  • Mikey Butders, Official Jersey Shore Parody
  • Tom Byron, The Devil in Miss Jones: The Resurrection
  • Dane Cross, Couples Camp
  • James Deen, Batman XXX: A Porn Parody
  • Spyder Jonez, Speed
  • Tyler Knight, The A-Team XXX: A Parody
  • Byron Long, This Ain't the Barber Shop: It's a XXX Parody
  • Scott Lyons, The A-Team XXX: A Parody
  • Nick Manning, BatfXXX: Dark Night
  • Mickey Mod, An Open Invitation: A Real Swinger's Party in San Francisco
  • Danny Mountain, Awakening to Love
  • Anthony Rosano, Entourage: A XXX Parody
  • Keni Styles, Malice in Lalaland
  • Prince Yahshua, Fatally Obsessed
[79][80]
2012
Xander Corvus Star Trek:The Next Generation - A XXX Parody
  • Chad Alva, Lost and Found
  • Lee Bang, Star Trek: The Next Generation - A XXX Parody
  • Otto Bauer, Beverly Hillbillies: A XXX Parody
  • Dick Delaware, Spider-Man XXX: A Porn Parody
  • Tommy Gunn, Fighters
  • Steve Holmes, Savanna Samson Is the Masseuse
  • Alec Knight, Elvis XXX: A Porn Parody
  • Mr. Marcus, Rocky XXX: A Parody Thriller!
  • Rocco Reed, Horizon
  • Anthony Rosano, The Flintstones: A XXX Parody
  • Randy Spears, The Rocki Whore Picture Show: A Hardcore Parody
  • Eric Swiss, Pervert
  • Michael Vegas, Dear Abby
  • Mark Wood, Official The Silence of the Lambs Parody
[81][82]
2013
Tom Byron Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody
  • Brad Armstrong, Men in Black
  • Xander Corvus, The Friend Zone
  • Dane Cross, Official The Hangover Parody
  • James Deen, Dallas XXX: A parody
  • Tony DeSergio, Spartacus MMXII: The beginning
  • Steve Holmes, Voracious
  • Nick Manning, Overnight
  • Brendon Miller, The Dark Knight XXX: A porn parody
  • Anthony Rosano, Romeo Juliet: A dreamzone parody:
  • Lexington Steele, The Avengers XXX: A porn parody
  • Evan Stone, Pee-Wee's XXX Adventure: A by parody
  • Michael Vegas, Godfather: A dreamzone parody
[83][84]
2014
Xander Corvus Underworld
  • Brad Armstrong, Sexpionage: The Drake Chronicles
  • Dick Chibbles, Not The Wizard of Oz XXX
  • Dane Cross, Not South Park XXX
  • Tommy Gunn, Meant to Be
  • Eric John, Barely Blue Velvet XXX: A XXX Parody
  • Marcus London, Divorcees
  • Ralph Long, Homecoming
  • Danny Mountain, Harvest Moon
  • Mr. Pete, The Stripper 2
  • Derrick Pierce, Underworld
  • Anthony Rosano, Not South Park XXX
  • D. Snoop, Devil on a Chain
  • Tee Reel, Love Boat XXX: A Parody
  • Nat Turnher, This Ain’t Homeland XXX
[85][86]
2015 Holly...Would
  • Richie Calhoun, Apocalypse X:
  • Dick Chibbles, Pornocopia
  • Jay Crew, Sleeping Beauty XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Chad Diamond, Not Jersey Boys XXX A Porn Musical
  • Ryan Driller, Lollipop
  • Eric John, Not Jersey Boys XXX A Porn Musical
  • Alec Knight, Cape Fear XXX
  • Scott Lyons, Proud Parents
  • Ryan McLane, American Hustle XXX Porn Parody
  • Derrick Pierce, Apocalypse X
  • Will Powers, Cinderella XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Anthony Rosano, The Pornographer
  • Evan Stone, Sweetness and Light
  • Chad White, Second Chances
[87][88]
2016
Steven St. Croix Peter Pan XXX: An Axel Braun Parody [89][90]
2017
Brad Armstrong The Preacher's Daughter
  • Dick Chibbles, This Ain’t Fallout XXX
  • Damon Dice, Dark Secrets
  • Manuel Ferrara, The One I Lust
  • Seth Gamble, Suicide Squad: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Small Hands, DNA
  • Jake Jace, Win a Date With Sophia Blake
  • Jessy Jones, Sugarbabies: A Cautionary Tale
  • Alec Knight, Sex Machine: A XXX Parody
  • Isiah Maxwell, Keep It in the Family
  • Sean Michaels, This Ain’t American Horror Story XXX
  • Derrick Pierce, Supergirl XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Logan Pierce, Forbidden Affairs 6: My Ex-Wife’s Daughter
  • Michael Vegas, Let It Ride
  • Van Wylde, The Submission of Emma Marx: Exposed
[91][92]
2018
Small Hands Half His Age: A Teenage Tragedy
  • Mick Blue, Forbidden Opportunity
  • Johnny Castle, Lay Her Down
  • Xander Corvus, My Wife's Hot Sister
  • Robby Echo, Karma
  • Alec Knight, Bad Babes Inc
  • Brad Knight, Angry Wives Unleashed: Make Up Sex
  • Ryan McLane, Fathers & Daughters
  • Mickey Mod, Darker Side of Desire
  • Tyler Nixon, Justice League XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Donnie Rock, Nouveau Riche
  • Jay Smooth, Spoiled
  • Michael Vegas, Unbridled
  • Van Wylde, The Submission of Emma Marx 4: Evolved
  • Prince Yahshua, Ethnicity
[93][94]
2019
Charles Dera Cartel Sex
  • Chad Alva, Paparazzi
  • Lucas Frost, Family Holiday
  • Ricky Johnson, Cheaters
  • Jessy Jones, How I Fucked Your Mother: A XXX Parody
  • Tyler Knight, Timing Is Everything
  • Marcus London, Infidelity 2
  • Logan Long, The Seduction of Heidi
  • Eric Masterson, The Seduction of Heidi
  • Isiah Maxwell, Hand Solo: A DP XXX Parody
  • Tyler Nixon, Making Ends Meet
  • Donnie Rock, Trashy Love Story
  • Jay Smooth, Tell Me Something Dirty
  • Evan Stone, Meet the Fuckers: A Digital Playground XXX Parody
  • Nacho Vidal, Fly Girls: Final Payload
[95][96]

2020s

Year Photo Winner Film Nominees Ref(s)
2020
Tommy Pistol The Gang Makes a Porno: A DP XXX Parody
  • Jake Adams, Love Emergency
  • Chad Alva, Doppelganger
  • Brad Armstrong, Love Emergency
  • Mick Blue, A Night of Reckoning
  • Nathan Bronson, Choice
  • Ryan Driller, Lost Love
  • Quinton James, Captain Marvel XXX: An Axel Braun Parody
  • Marcus London, Uninvited
  • Chad White, The Gentleman
[97][98]
2021
Xander Corvus The Summoning
  • Brad Armstrong, Finding Rebecca
  • Dante Colle, A Killer on the Loose
  • Stirling Cooper, Obsessed
  • Damon Dice, Stranger Than Fiction
  • Small Hands, Primary
  • Lance Hart, Some TS Like It Hot
  • Scott Nails, Exit 118
  • Brad Newman, Don't Say a Word
  • Zac Wild, Catfished 2
[2][99]
2022
  • AJ, Muse Season 2
  • Stirling Cooper, Survive the Night
  • Charles Dera, Casey: A True Story
  • Manuel Ferrara, Muse Season 2
  • Oliver Flynn, Psychosexual
  • Steve Holmes, Under the Veil
  • Ricky Johnson, Red Light Arena
  • Ryan Mclane, Toxic
  • Tommy Pistol, Casey: A True Story
  • Michael Vegas, Kill Code 87
[100]

Superlatives

Superlative Actor Record
Actor with most awards Randy Spears 7
Oldest winner Jamie Gillis 55
Youngest winner Xander Corvus 23

Multiple winners

Wins Actor
7 Randy Spears
4 Xander Corvus
3 Steven St. Croix
Tony Tedeschi
Tom Byron
2 Richard Pacheco
Ron Jeremy
Jamie Gillis
Mike Horner
Jon Dough
Michael J. Cox
Wilde Oscar
Joey Silvera
Rick Savage

See also

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