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Nick Manning Re-Signs with LA Direct Models

Nick Manning Re-Signs with LA Direct Models

LOS ANGELES—Adult talent agency LA Direct Models has re-signed one of the biggest American male stars in the adult film industry, Nick Manning. LA Direct Models will be handling all of Manning’s representation.

Manning began his career in the adult industry in 1997, and has appeared in over 2,000 movies and hundreds of adult magazine layouts, and continues to be one of the biggest forces in adult cinema. In 2003, Manning took home the AVN Award for Best Male Newcomer, and his trademark line, "Droppin' loads," is used frequently on The Howard Stern Show. He also recently filmed his first starring role in a non-adult film, playing the strip club owner Ian Benedict in the indie film, Cherry Bomb, and he also has made appearances in the reality show Hogan Knows Best and the 2009 film, Crank: High Voltage.

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“I am excited to be working again,” said Manning who is returning to filming after a hiatus. "Having taken the necessary time to recover from nagging sports injuries, it feels great to be working again. I am fitter, stronger than ever, and I look forward to working with some of the most beautiful girls out there.”

“We are delighted to have Nick back on the roster," said Derek Hay, owner and founder of LA Direct Models. “In this day and age when acting and dialogue in so many productions is as necessary as the sexual performance, it certainly is a good time for Nick’s resurgence. A consummate gentleman and all around ‘good guy’, LADM is honored to continue as his representatives."

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