Now he's the subject of his own documentary, Pornstar, wherein his secrets are revealed (including a CIA family, penny-pinching ways, and an obsession with his own publicity. Through a series of utterly hilarious interviews with publishers like Al Goldstein and Larry Flynt, porn starlets like Tabitha Stevens and Alisha Klass, and oddball friends like Al ("Grandpa Munster") Lewis, the truth about Ron Jeremy is revealed. Yes, it's about what you're expecting, but it is also wildly funny, one of the most sheerly entertaining documentaries since Crumb.
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Best known to mainstream audiences for being the semi-subject of Sting's "An Englishman in New York," Crisp was a writer, a British theater actor, and a bit part movie player on and off in his career, until, at the age of 73, he decided to leave his homeland and move to New York City, where he took up residence in a real shithole of an apartment.
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