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Marcel Schlutt
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Birthdate: August 1, 1977 (1977-08-01) (age 32)
Birth location: Demmin, East Germany
Measurements: 7.5 in (18 cm)[1]
Height: 5 ft 9.4 in (1.76 m)[2]
Weight: 139 lb (63 kg)[1]
Eye color: Brown[2]
Hair color: Brown[2]
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Stage name(s): Marcel, Dennis, Ben Rogers, Ben Rodgers
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Marcel Schlutt (born 1 August 1977) is a German fashion model, photographer and columnist. He came to prominence as a television presenter and adult-film actor in gay pornography in the early 2000s.



Early life

Schlutt, the only child of a farrier, was born in the Demmin district of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, East Germany,[2] but spent most of his youth in Bielefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia after the German reunification in 1989.[3] Raised on a stud farm with about sixhundred horses, he became infatuated with equestrian sports at an early age of four, winning several prizes.[4] Following his O-level graduation, he moved to Münster where he started first training as a qualified horse groom.[2]

At the age of 18, Schlutt was asked to model for Cologne photographer TeeJott.[5] He appeared in a number of illustrated books, "even naked, with a hard-on, and took delight in [it]."[4] In 1998, Schlutt participated in a local modeling contest and finished first. As the new face of the So Dam Tuff agency, he was requested to live in London and Madrid, working as a professional model for fashion labels such as Paul Smith, The Face, Levis, New Yorker, and H&M.[2]


After his return home in 2001, Schlutt worked as a presenter on pay-TV network Premiere, hosting the shows and Backstage - Das Magazin on adult channel Beate Uhse TV between 2002 and 2004.[2] Having previously appeard in a few minor roles on BBC and RTL television, Schlutt started his acting career in porn film in 2003, becoming widely known for his appearance in several productions by German porn companies Cazzo Film and Wurstfilm, as well as Eurocreme and Michael Lucas' Lucas Entertainment. Performing in both top and bottom roles, he got especially noticed for his first leading role in Jörg Andreas' prison film Locked Up (2003) which was released as both, a softcore and a hardcore DVD edition.[2] In addition, Schlutt appeared on a number of internet pay site videos[6] and worked as an escort.[7] In parallel, he continued modeling for Berlin agencies such as VIVA and M4.[4]

In 2005, Schlutt started another mainstay in professional photography. Some of his first images appeared in the compilation book Skate! and in the gay magazine Du & Ich, for which he also used to write a semi-autobiographical column called Max in the City. In the meantime he also worked as a photo model for Berlin's fashion agency M4, among appearing the Russian Vogue magazine.

In 2007, he announced his retirement from porn business, resulting in a final appearance in Bruce LaBruce's softcore film Otto: or, Up with Dead People, playing one of the three leading parts, a zombie named Fritz.[2] However, he recently announced on his MySpace that he would soon start shooting a Wurstfilm-produced film version of his Max in the City column, which is said to involve pornographic content.[2]

In 2009, he starred as himself in Claude Pérès' film Unfaithful.

Personal life

Schlutt has been residing in Berlin since 2001.[2]

Select filmography

  • 2001 - Die Sitte (RTL, Germany, TV pilot, as one of the extras)
  • 2004 - Scum!
  • 2005 - Guilty Pleasures (Eingelocht)
  • 2005 - Sex Clinic (Sex Klinik)
  • 2005 - Fucking Different
  • 2005 - Druck im Schlauch (Pressure in the Bike Tire)
  • 2005 - Rainbow’s End (Galeria Alaska, Germany, cinema documentary, as Marcel Schlutt)
  • 2006 - Plain Hot (Echt Geil)
  • 2008 - Otto; or Up with Dead People
  • 2009 - Unfaithful (as himself)

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