Cousin Stevie Appears at Playboy Cancer Benefit

Bob Preston
LOS ANGELES — Adult producer, director and reality TV star Cousin Stevie recently donated some of his time to fight cancer.

Stevie put in an appearance at the Aqua Lounge in Beverly Hills, Calif., on June 28 for the Playboy Cancer Benefit.

Stevie spoke frankly about his feelings regarding cancer research.

"Listen to me, I'm being serious, and I try not to do that too much, but Cancer Research and Funding is very important. It's a cause that is near and dear to me," he said. "It's a devastating disease that has infiltrated almost every household I know. And I am passionate about helping to increase awareness and benefits whenever possible."

Stevie’s efforts against cancer include personal appearances and corporate donations, along with volunteer work and other time donated to the Skylar Neil Foundation and T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research.

At the 2008 Skylar Neil Golf Tournament, Stevie donated two "Pussy Party" that both sold went for $4,000 apiece at a charity auction.

For more information on the Skylar Neil Foundation, visit