Years Active: 1989-1990
Billy Dee was one of the first of the do-anything, do-anyone second-tier porno studs, a forerunner of the likes of David Hardman and Jake Steed. Billy was a smooth-talking light-skinned black hunk who was one of the coolest, most suave studs of his time. His easy-going nature could put his partners at ease before his prodigious sexual skills took over. Billy was a pretty decent actor as well as being a first-rate cocksman, turning in lots of good comic performances during his lengthy carnal career.
Billy first got into hardcore in 1978 with a small part in 'The Legend Of Lady Blue.' He eased his way into the porno scene, not becoming a full-fledged work-a-day stud for a few more years. By the middle of the 1980's video boom, though, Billy was one of the most in-demand studs around, cranking out steamy video by the yard. One of his best performances was in 1987's 'Chocolate C.H.I.P.S.,' a silly black-themed take-off of the mainstream TV series that really let his comic acting skills shine through. For pure sexual heat, check out Billy's work with Nikki Knights in 'Black Magic' or his torrid tussle with Taija Rae in 'Doin' The Harlem Shuffle,' both of which showcase his attentive and frenetic style.
Billy left the porno scene in early 1990, after appearing in more than 500 features. Rumor had it that he was leaving the business to become a born-again preacher. Recently, Billy's been spotted selling homemade quilts at Oregon county fairs -- quite a departure for one of the 80's most dependable studs.
From Billy Dee:
Hey Folks! Nice bio by the way -- As it happens, I did drop out of the biz and went to Bible College. I now have a theological degree, but never became an ordained minister. But I am a believer. That is why I am not in the biz anymore. However, I still do like checking in every now and then to see whats going on with some of my old compadres. Some of them are still hanging in there. (Literally).
While I do demonstrate various products for manufactures at various events I do not and have never sold quilts -- That was funny!
Whoever did the bio, thanks, nice job. Sounds like you must really know me.
PS. By the way, I started working in 1974 doing 16mm films. Mostly for Swedish Erotica, at one time Danish Films, now Caballero Film Corp. As my dear friend Johnny Wadd once said, "We were pioneers doing it in covered wagons". God bless him. Peace out!