Peter North Returns With Fresh Content, Distro Deal
The partnership with Pure Play Media brings North’s company, North Pole Enterprises, the maximum exposure it’s been seeking, enabling the company to reach a wider audience through broadcast and DVD sales, while also extending its reach to European and Canadian customers.
The new deal also brings new content. Fans can expect to see North in the revival of classic North Pole series such as “Maximum Thrust,” “North Pole” and “Deep Throat This,” all shot in high definition.
New series include the debut of “Humper to Bumpher,” a reality series shot entirely in a limo.
But it’s not just Peter who’s glowing in the limelight. The company says that the talent shot at North Pole is carefully selected.
“I like girls who have energy and spunk and aren’t doing the scene just because they want a paycheck,” North said. “I like girls who…really enjoy what they’re doing…or have a strong following. The best scene, in my opinion, is when a girl does what comes naturally.”
North Pole Enterprises says it has thrived on shooting fresh-faced young girls, a simple directive that’s produced a loyal following. The company adds girls at North Pole often record their first-ever scenes, first interracial, or first blowjob.
In 2004, North structured a partnership with Canadian powerhouse Gamma Entertainment to establish his website, PeterNorth.com.
North was one of the leading founders of the FameDollars network followed by other notorious stars such as Rocco Siffredi, Tera Patrick, Sylvia Saint, Evan Seinfeld, and others. Further, he went on to initiate interests in BlazingBucks.com, another well-known affiliate program.
Originally from Canada, North moved to California in the early 80s where his porn career began. Equipped with an unbelievably explosive cumshot, North quickly gained a devoted following of amazed viewers. He went on to perform in more than 1800 scenes, winning multiple awards along the way.
And as for the secret to his cumshot, well, it’s still a secret. “It’s mostly genetics,” North admits, “but I do add something to the mix to enhance it.”