Ricky Martinez was very cute and sexy, and I keep asking myself why I didn’t work with him more,” says George Duroy. Ricky had a very difficult first episode (with Danny Saradon); he was struggling with a hard-on. “If there were no cameras around, he would have a hard-on. But when we turned on the cameras, it would go down! Even though he didn’t top, it was a very stressful shoot and as we had so many models at the time, I suppose I choose others who were less problematic.”
If there were no cameras around, he would have a hard-on. But when we turned on the cameras, it would go down.
Ricky had other opportunities to prove himself with Bel Ami, and he was successful. As George says, “He is a cover model.” That means he a performer whose face you would want to feature on the cover of a DVD to grab a customer’s attention. George considers Ricky “a missed opportunity” because he had the raw potential to be a star, but he required more attention than George was able to give him at that time in the company’s history.
As some of you may guess, this photoset come to us out of George’s archive. It was one of those special ones that we have been saving for a rainy day. Ricky is a stunning looking lad, beautifully proportioned with a great cheeky, smiling expression.