Miguel (Miguel Banderas) and Johnny (Johnny Davis) arrive in New York City. Miguel wants to find a sugar daddy to show him the good life, but Johnny's just looking to have fun. They meet Mitch (Mitch Ryder), who tells them that he's applying to work for one of the city's best escort agencies and invites them to tag along...
We were fortunate enough to have discovered the many talents of Hassan Shariff â€” son of Omar Shariff â€” while casting the fourth Lucas Entertainment production, Love for Sale. In a display of valiant showmanship, Hassan demonstrated just us what a great top could do. If only Shariff had stopped showing up to the set wearing his father's old costumes and endlessly reciting dialogue from Dr. Zhivago during the lunch breaks, we may have cast him in more roles.
Marcello Touro lives in New York City and works as an escort. Sexually, Marcello is a top, so we'll wait until he's versatile before we'll cast him again.
This masculine American-Italian discovery came to us by way of Logan Reed. They were real-life boyfriends and they did a scene together in Love for Sale. Unfortunately, however, Mario decided not to complete the scene (you'll notice he's not in the end of it) because he got jealous of the partiality Logan was showing towards co-star Rick Allen.
Miguel Antonio is a cute Latin-Asian boy with a gorgeous body and a big dick. He refused to give up his ass for the movie, however, so we won't be working with him again until he agrees to.
Discovered by Michael Lucas in 1998, Mitch Ryder immediately proved to be a total sweetheart and great to work with on the set, so you'll likely be seeing this versatile performer again in future productions of ours. He's also a New York City local and is a manager of a restaurant here.