AVN Award for Male Foreign Performer of the Year

The AVN Award for Male Foreign Performer of the Year is an award that has been given annually by sex industry company AVN since the award's inception in 2003.[1][2]

AVN Award for Male Foreign Performer of the Year
AVN award for contributions of foreign male performers to pornography
Danny Dong (cropped).jpg
The 2020 Recipient: Danny D
Awarded forBest Performance by a Foreign Male Performer
Sponsored byAVN
LocationLas Vegas
CountryUSA
Presented byAVN Media Network
First awarded2003; 17 years ago (2003)
Last awarded2020
Most recent winnerDanny D
Highlights
Most awardsRocco Siffredi
(8 awards)
Most nominationsNacho Vidal
(9 nominations)
Total awarded18
First winnerRocco Siffredi
Websiteavnawards.avn.com
  USA (ineligible for competition)

First recipient of the award was Italian-born pornographic actor Rocco Siffredi who was awarded at 20th AVN Awards in 2003.[3] As of 2019, eight pornographic actors have been awarded who are of six different nationalities: Italian (eight), French (three), German and British (two), Spanish and Scottish (one each).

Italian pornographic actor Rocco Siffredi is the most honoured actor with eight awards followed by German pornographic actor Steve Holmes and British pornographic actor Danny D with two awards.[4][5] Most recent winner of the award is Danny D, who was awarded at 37th AVN Awards in 2020.[6]

OverviewEdit

Performer country of origin Title(s)
 Italy 8
 France 3
 Germany 2
 Spain 1
 United Kingdom 2
 Scotland 1

RecipientsEdit

 
Rocco Siffredi has been the most frequent winner of the award (eight times).
Steve Holmes (top) and Danny D (bottom) have won the award two times each.
Year Photo Name Nationality Ref(s)
2003   Rocco Siffredi Italian [3][7]
2004   Manuel Ferrara French [8][9][10][11][12]
2005   Steve Holmes German [4][13]
2006 [5][14][15]
2007 Jean Val Jean French [16][17]
2008 David Perry [18][19][20]
2009   Rocco Siffredi Italian [21]
2010   Toni Ribas Spanish [22][23]
2011   Rocco Siffredi Italian [24]
2012 [25][26]
2013 [27]
2014 [28]
2015 [29][30][31]
2016 [32][33][34]
2017   Danny D British [35][36]
2018 Ryan Ryder Scottish [37][38]
2019   Rocco Siffredi Italian [39][40]
2020   Danny D British [6]

NomineesEdit

Year Names Ref(s)
2003 Christoph Clark
Steve Holmes
Alberto Rey
Toni Ribas
Nacho Vidal
[1]
2004 Frank Gun
Steve Holmes
Denis Marti
Toni Ribas
Franco Roccaforte
Rocco Siffredi
Nacho Vidal
[41]
2005 Mick Blue
Chris Charming
Denis Marti
David Perry
Toni Ribas
Franco Roccaforte
Tristan Seagal
Rocco Siffredi
Nacho Vidal
[42]
2006 Marco Banderas
Mick Blue
Dillon
Marco Duato
Frank Gun
Kid Jamaica
Denis Marti
David Perry
Toni Ribas
Rocco Siffredi
[43]
2007 Mick Blue
Greg Centauro
Tony DeSergio
Jazz Duro
Omar Galanti
Steve Holmes
Denis Marti
David Perry
Zenza Raggi
Franco Roccaforte
Toni Ribas
Rocco Siffredi
George Uhl
Nacho Vidal
[44]
2008 Mick Blue
James Brossman
Greg Centauro
Jazz Duro
Omar Galanti
Steve Holmes
Kid Jamaica
Joachim Kessef
Frank Major
Zenza Raggi
Toni Ribas
Franco Roccaforte
Ian Scott
Nacho Vidal
[45]
2009 Mike Angelo
James Brossman
Jazz Duro
Omar Galanti
Lauro Giotto
Frank Gun
Steve Holmes
Nick Lang
Keiran Lee
David Perry
Zenza Raggi
Toni Ribas
Oliver Sanchez
George Uhl
[46]
2010 [47]
2011 [48]
2012 James Brossman
Danny D
Cristian Devil
Omar Galanti
Timo Hardy
Choky Ice
Nick Lang
David Perry
Tristan Segal
George Uhl
Pascal White
[49]
2013 Mike Angelo
James Brossman
Danny D
Cristian Devil
Leny Ewil
Omar Galanti
Timo Hardy
Choky Ice
Mugur
David Perry
Ian Scott
Kai Taylor
George Uhl
Pascal White
[50]
2014 Mike Angelo
James Brossman
Danny D
Omar Galanti
Lauro Giotto
Choky Ice
Kid Jamaica
Nick Lang
Mugur
Neeo
David Perry
Ian Scott
George Uhl
Nacho Vidal
[51]
2015 [52]
2016 Mike Angelo
James Brossman
Christian Clay
Danny D
Choky Ice
Mugur
Neeo
David Perry
Renato
Ryan Ryder
George Uhl
Marc Rose
Ian Scott
Nacho Vidal
[53]
2017 Mike Angelo
Christian Clay
Chris Diamond
Pablo Ferrari
Joss Lescaf
Mugur
Neeo
Mark Rose
Ryan Ryder
Sabby
Yanick Shaft
Rocco Siffredi
George Uhl
Nacho Vidal
[54]
2018 [55]
2019 Mike Angelo
Alberto Blanco
Kristof Cale
Christian Clay
Charlie Dean
Dorian del Isla
Erik Everhard
Anthony Gaultier
Joss Lescaf
Juan Lucho
Lutro
Ryan Ryder
Nacho Vidal
[56]
2020 Mike Angelo
Alberto Blanco
Kristof Cale
Vince Carter
Christian Clay
Charlie Dean
Dorian del Isla
Chris Diamond
Erik Everhard
Angelo Godshack
Joss Lescaf
Lutro
Neeo
Rocco Siffredi
[57]

SuperlativesEdit

Superlative Performer Record
Performer with most awards Rocco Siffredi 8
Performer with most nominations Nacho Vidal 9
Performer with most consecutive nominations Toni Ribas
(2003-08)
6
Performer with most nominations without ever winning Nacho Vidal 9
Oldest winner Steve Holmes 43
Youngest winner Danny D 29

Multiple winners and nomineesEdit

Multiple winnersEdit

Wins Performer
8 Rocco Siffredi
2 Steve Holmes
Danny D

Multiple nomineesEdit

Nominations Performer
9 Nacho Vidal
8 David Perry
7 George Uhl
Mike Angelo
6 Toni Ribas
Omar Galanti
James Brossman
5 Steve Holmes
Danny D
4 Denis Marti
Franco Roccaforte
Mick Blue
Ian Scott
Choky Ice
Mugur
Christian Clay
Neeo
Rocco Siffredi
3 Frank Gun
Denis Marti
Kid Jamaica
Jazz Duro
Zenna Raggi
Nick Lang
Ryan Ryder
Joss Lescaf
2 Tristan Segal
Greg Centauro
Lauro Giotto
Timo Hardy
Pascal White
Mark Rose
Alberto Blanco
Kristof Cale
Charlie Dean
Dorian del Isla
Chris Diamond
Erik Everhard
Lutro

See alsoEdit

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