Dean Phoenix, Doug Jeffries Reunite for ‘Forever Young’
The model returns to the studio after a seven-year absence — Phoenix began his career working for All Worlds Video when company President Rick Ford discovered him in 1998. His first scene was in All World’s “Time Tryers #9.”
He went on to appear in 16 All Worlds titles and, coincidentally, made his final appearance for them in Jeffries’ directorial debut for the studio, “Untamed,” in 2000.
Phoenix was persuaded to come out of retirement in 2005 by director Jerry Douglas, and went on to win several awards that year for his role as Kick Johnson in “Buckleroos Part 1” for COLT Studio Group.
Jeffries was enthusiastic about the opportunity to work with Phoenix after the model’s long absence.
“I was so excited when Dean agreed to come back to All Worlds to star in my latest movie,” Jeffries said. “It was a real pleasure working with him, not only because he starred in the first movie I ever directed, but also because he is one of the hottest and nicest stars in the business. Dean is a true star, a fantastic performer and an amazing friend. I hope we get to do it again very soon.”
“Forever Young” also stars All Worlds Video exclusive Cameron Marshall, and features Kai Ford, Lex Sabre, TJ Young, Trystan Sweet, Kyle Pierce and Jason Michaels.
The title is slated to be released in late spring.