Ricky Sinz a Lifetime Raging Stallion
The new deal covers “films, print media, and web markets, as well as the development of new projects aimed at the mainstream gay market,” the studio said.
Sinz’s initial one-year contract as a Raging Stallion exclusive recently expired. During that time he picked up multiple awards for his role as a drill sergeant in “Grunts.”
“We have enjoyed working with Ricky over the past year and his performance in ‘Grunts’ helped make the film a classic,” said “Grunts” director and company CEO Chris Ward.
“He has the energy that Raging Stallion was built on—real men having real sex,” Ward told XBIZ. “Also, he is a first-rate actor and as we move towards more scripted productions, we need real men who can act. Ricky is one of those rare guys that comes along only once every few years.”
Sinz knows a lifetime contract is rarely offered.
“I was honored when I was offered this opportunity,” he said. “I have never had a bad experience at Raging Stallion and they have treated me like family since the beginning. I have learned so much about this industry and about myself by taking this path in life. My only regret is that I didn’t do it sooner.”
Born and raised in Chicago, Sinz is a mixed martial arts specialist and an amateur boxer. He spent eight years in the U.S. Army as a Special Forces sergeant, First Class.
After his army service, Sinz co-founded straight porn company Hole and a Heartbeat Studios, where he worked as a producer, director and performer.
Similarly, Sinz has quietly developed a “male-focused, straight adult” line for Raging Stallion. Five scenes have already been shot.
“Ricky’s experience running a straight porn company had opened lots of doors for us in the non-gay market,” Ward said. “He does all the casting of the girls himself.”
“To the Last Man” is in post-production for a Thanksgiving weekend release.