Ryan Driller Plays Congressman in Wicked's 'DNA'
LOS ANGELES — Ryan Driller plays a congressman in Wicked Pictures' new sci-fi-themed adult feature, “DNA.”
Directed by Brad Armstrong, “DNA” is described as “a futuristic tale of a company that has the ability to bring back loved ones who have passed away — the bereaved get closure by reuniting with their loved ones via cloning.”
In the film’s plot, the congressman Driller portrays is working with a company called Iterum Industries — which specializes in cloning. Armstrong plays the company’s CEO, Malcolm Moore, and jessica drake plays the character Lidia Kline.
“Working for Wicked is always amazing,” Driller said. “With all the amazing talent, a creative script, and Brad’s incomparable directing, ‘DNA’ will definitely be a hit with the fans and critics and more than likely, take home some major awards. I’m honored to have been part of this incredible project.”
“DNA” also features Asa Akira, Small Hands, Abigail Mac, India Summer, Vanessa Veracruz, Chanel Preston, Abella Danger, Courtney Taylor, Scarlet Red, Christi Ann, Eric Masterson and Tommy Gunn.
To view a non-explicit trailer for “DNA,” visit this link.
Driller will be part of Team Wicked for AIDS Walk Los Angeles on Sunday, Oct. 23. He will be walking and raising funds to support AIDS Project Los Angeles and AIDS Walk L.A.
Driller is self-booking for film work and can be contacted directly by e-mail at email@example.com.
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