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Jason Ridge
Birthdate December 28, 1974 (1974-12-28) (age 35)
Height 5'11
Weight 200lbs
Eye colour Brown
Hair colour Brown
Ethnicity American Caucasian
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Jason Ridge (born on December 28, 1974) is a former American pornographic actor who appeared in gay and bisexual pornographic films and magazines.

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Biography

Ridges first adult movie was The Bombardier, co-starring Breck Stewart in 2003. He soon became the main star in several Red Devil Entertainment films before working for other studios, including Falcon Entertainment. He would later become a Hot House exclusive. He is a winner of two GayVN awards and two Grabby awards.

In 2007, Ridge launched his own production company called Ridgeline Films with veteran porn star Rob Romoni, producing and starring in A Rising Star. He verified on his blog in August 2009 that the company was no more.

After months of hints and direct statements that "Jason Ridge" was going to be on the back burner for awhile or gone from the industry completely, Ridge, whose writings often chronicled his rocky relationship with the industry and its inhabitants, wrote in his blog on October 1, 2009:

"Good bye for now! There are more pressing issues in my life that are more important than this silly lifestyle that I have created known as Jason Ridge."

The blog left a door open for Jason to return some day, but he ends the entry with, "It's time for me to grow up and take my life and responsibilities that have been handed to me and take them seriously." As of mid-October 2009 his blog has been deleted.

Selected videography

  • The Bombardier (2003)
  • Nasty Nasty (2003)
  • Dirty Little Sins (2005)
  • Gunnery Sgt. McCool (2006)
  • Paradise Found (2007)
  • A Rising Star (2007)

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