Raging/Falcon Names Marconi, Conrad as Top Performers

Lyla Katz

SAN FRANCISCO — Raging Stallion/Falcon Studios announced today that Angelo Marconi has been named the 11th annual Raging Stallion Studios Man of the Year.

Performer Landon Conrad was also named the first-ever Falcon Studios Man Of the Year. Both actors have been studio exclusives for many years and have appeared in dozens of films.

"I have had the privilege of being able to work with the greatest porn stars of all time," said Chris Ward, Raging Stallion/Falcon Studios president.

"And these two men rank among the best of them. Angelo is arguably the best bottom working today, with an ass that makes men drool! He is a physical trainer and it is clear that his body is the result of many hours of hard work. He is simply stunning and his performances guarantee that his movies are smash hits."

Ward was also very excited about naming Landon Conrad the first-ever Falcon Man of the Year.

"To me, Landon is the perfect image of what it means to be a Falcon man. He has guy-next-door good looks, a very fine gymnast body, and a personality that makes you want to dump your husband! This is my first year leading Falcon Studios, and I am really honored to name Landon as our first Falcon Studios Man of the Year."

For years, the Raging Stallion Man of the Year Award has been the top prize in gay porn. Past winners include D.O., Shane Rollins and Ricky.

"I am very honored to be named as the first Falcon Studios Man of the Year,” Conrad said.

“The studio has been wonderful to me, and provided me so many amazing opportunities. This recognition is just icing on the cake. I'd like to thank Chris Ward and the Falcon Studios family for all their hard work and attention — with a special shout out to Adam Q. Robinson who has been there helping me from the very beginning of my career."

Marconi said he is  grateful to be acknowledged as the Raging Stallion Studios Man of the Year.

“I cannot thank Chris Ward enough for believing in me through the years and helping me achieve so much," Marconi  said.

"I also want to thank directors, Steve Cruz and Tony Dimarco for all their help, and of course all the fans."