Bennett Anthony, Charlie Pattinson and Paul Canon are three popular porn stars who you might know from popular movies like ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ or ‘How to Make Love to a Woman’. Well, it turns out that behind the scenes of each of their films, they’re way more interesting than you’d think. And it’s not just about the sex – they each have fascinating stories that span beyond the industry.

Bennett Anthony

Bennett Anthony first rose to fame after starring in adult movies such as ‘The Weekend’. He has also starred in several straight-to-DVDs and is usually credited with discovering Kayden Kayne, who has starred in several of Bennett Anthony’s films. In fact, if you go through his IMDB profile, you’ll see that he has worked with many big-name stars. Some of his more notable works include ‘Squatting’ with Jon Snow and ‘Biker Babes From Hell’.

While he has worked steadily in the industry for over a decade, Anthony still hasn’t achieved mainstream success. However, he is known for his collaborations with popular female singer-songwriters, mainly featuring on their songs. These collaborations have often featured on his IMDB page, including his work with Carly Rae Jepsen and Florence + The Machine. He currently stars in the web series ‘Bennett’s Beasts’ alongside Riley Reid and Brooklyn Chase, which is an all-female take on the classic ‘Beauty And The Beast’ fairy tale. If you’d like to see what all the fuss is about, you can find Bennett Anthony’s websites here.

Charlie Pattinson

Charlie Pattinson began his porn career in 2008, before moving on to do various VR projects and short films. Since then, he has starred in some of the most popular VR pornos around, such as ‘Charlie Pattinson: Life In VR’ and ‘Charlie Pattinson: Complete POV Surrender’.

It was in one of his VR films that he first caught the eye of adult film fans. In ‘Charlie Pattinson: Complete POV Surrender’, he plays the part of an overbearing boss who makes one of his employees (played by Mia Khalifa) strip down and masturbate for his pleasure. Since then, Charlie Pattinson has mostly starred in VR porn flicks. He also did a solo episode of the popular podcast ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ to celebrate the film’s third anniversary. If you’re a fan of VR porn or just want to try it out, you can find Charlie Pattinson’s websites here.

Paul Canon

Like Bennett Anthony and Charlie Pattinson, Paul Canon is a VR porn star who began his career in 2008. He went on to star in various other adult movies before getting into VR, including 2010’s ‘The Year Of VR Porn’. Since then, he has mostly starred in VR flicks, with the occasional cameo in non-virtual reality productions. He has also appeared on the cover of several mainstream magazines, including FHM and Maxim.

Canon mostly does softcore work, which has enabled him to gain a large and dedicated fan base. He has often collaborated with fellow Aussie James Deen, and the pair have starred in numerous films together, such as 2009’s ‘Pornstar Baby Ruthless’. The pair have also starred in several ‘girl-on-girl’ flicks, with Ruthless playing the part of a dominant woman. It should come as no surprise that someone who stars in adult films would make a great romantic lead – he has been described as “a sensitive romantic” by one of his fan sites.

It’s clear that these three Australian stars have done a lot in the porn industry to become household names. Not only do they each have an impressive body of work, but they have all starred in some great films. It’s also apparent that they are confident, ambitious stars who aren’t afraid to give it their all. And that, my friends, is what makes them great leading men – they want it all, and they’ll go to extremes to get it. That, and the fact that they’re all hung like horses and love to pound the pussy.

It’s always great to discover new talents, and it’s even greater when they debut in the adult industry and show us something we’ve never seen before. The three Aussie stars above are definitely worth keeping an eye out for, and who knows, maybe one day they’ll all be doing a concert together down under. Who knows? Maybe one day…