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Alexander DeVoe

Alexander Devoe
Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada on January 9, 2010

Alexander Devoe is an African-American adult film star who also produces and directs adult films. According to IAFD, he has directed 63 films. In fact, his career as a director is actually longer than his on-screen career as he began directing films in 1994. He only did 16 films as a performer between 2000 through 2003. One of which was My Baby Got Back, Vol. 26 where he did a scene with his ex and fellow porn star Diana Devoe.

Awards

  • 2008 Urban X Award – Best Director (Body of Work)[1]
  • 2009 Urban X Award – Director of the Year[2]

2009 AVN Awards.

Best Series Black- Black Ass Addiction

Best release Black Black Ass Addiction 2

2010 AVN Awards

Best Series Latin- Deep in Latin Cheeks

Best series Black- Black Ass Master

  • 2011 XBIZ Award - 'Ethnic Release of the Year' for Black Ass Master 4 [3]

References

External links

  • Alexander Devoe Website and Forum
  • Interview at LukeIsBack.com
  • Alexander Devoe IMDb Profile
  • Alexander DeVoe Celebrates Dynamic Booty Release – AVN.com
  • Jules Jordan Video Signs Director Alexander DeVoe – AVN.com
  • Alexander DeVoe Appearing on Playboy’s Night Calls – AVN.com


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