Former late-'90s Jocks/Falcon star Tyler Hill was signed to an exclusive contract by Falcon Studios last week, Falcon's publicity department announced in a press release.
Chris Steele, Falcon’s Director of Production became acquainted with Hill when he submitted photos to Falcon via its website in June. Steele said, “The minute I saw his pictures I was sold. As I read through his application and noticed he had already done films for Falcon, I immediately looked up his old photos. The transformation from ‘cute boy’ to ‘hot man’ is amazing! He has matured into the perfect Falcon man.”
Hill's first movies for the Falcon Family of Companies, Desert Hart (JVP-087) and In Deep — Miles to Go (FVP-123), were made in 1998 when he was 20 years old. He also appeared in Stock 1-2 (JVP-089/090) before retiring. Hill's newest Falcon movies are Up all Night (FVP-163) and the as-yet-untitled FVP-164.
“I’m really excited to be back at Falcon," Hill said. "I never considered working for any other studio since my past experiences were so amazing. I’m kind of having some deja vu; this feels like it was supposed to happen even though I didn’t plan on it at all. I’m looking forward to doing some great films over the course of my contract!”
Photo courtesy of FalconStudios.com.